Lee Ha-rim, Silver Medal in Men’s Judo 60kg Class… Couldn’t Overcome the ‘Difficult Enemy’
Lee Ha-rim (26, Korea Racing Authority) won Korea’s first medal in the judo event at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.
Lee Ha-rim (World No. 3) lost half of her points to Taiwan’s Yang Yong-wei (26, World No. 7)
in the men’s 60kg final held at Xiaoshan Linfu Gymnasium on the 24th and took second place.
He allowed a carry-over with 30 seconds left in the four-minute game.
Until this day, Lee Ha-rim fought Yang Yongwei four times in total and lost all of them. 바카라사이트
The two players won bronze medals together at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games.
Afterwards, Yang Yongwei took the lead by winning a silver medal at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
At the World Championships in Doha, Qatar, held last May,
Lee Ha-rim took third place, and Yang Yongwei was eliminated in the round of 16.
Ha-rim Lee ranked first in the world rankings announced by the International Judo Federation (IJF) last July.
Lee Ha-rim brought down Yang Yongwei, who was in first place at the time, to second place.
After passing the first round of the Asian Games with a bye,
Lee Ha-rim advanced to the finals by winning the round of 16, quarterfinals, and semifinals.
The quarterfinals and semifinals were won in overtime using the ‘golden score’ format.
Lee Ha-rim planned to take Yang Yong-wei to the tool and subdue him.
He defended against an opponent’s leg attack at the end of the regular game,
but was hit by a piggy back kick that came shortly afterwards.
The remaining 30 seconds were not enough to turn the game around.
Jeong Ye-rin (27, Incheon City Hall) defeated Kazakhstan’s Galya Tynbaeva (24)
by half her thigh hook in the bronze medal match in the women’s 52kg class.