[Asian Games] China Won 28 Gold Medals in Swimming Competition Alone… Japan has 10 Cycle Trackers
At the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, which are approaching the turning point,
China and Japan’s sweep of gold medals in certain events is noticeable.
China literally swept away 28 medals, or 68% of the 41 gold medals,
in the swimming competition that ended on the 29th.
Hwang Sun-woo and Kim Woo-min
Korea, led by Hwang Sun-woo and Kim Woo-min (Gangwon Provincial Office),
beat Japan (5) with 6 gold medals and took second place in the swimming management category. 온라인카지노사이트
As a powerhouse in basic sports, China swept 8 of the 14 gold medals in men’s and women’s artistic gymnastics.
China is the only country in rowing to win double-digit gold medals (11),
has already surpassed the three-digit cumulative number of gold medals in this competition
thanks to its overwhelming performance in events with many medals.
Japan, which was in third place after losing second place to Korea after the opening of the competition,
rose to second place on the 29th thanks to winning a whopping 10 gold medals in the cycling track alone.
In judo, which Japan prides itself on as a leading country,
it won five gold medals and maintained first place despite sending out second-level players.
Korea, which is collecting gold medals in a variety of sports, stood out in fencing.
She won the men’s saber individual and team event, and the women’s epee individual and team event,
winning 6 gold medals, 3 silver medals, and 3 bronze medals,
achieving overall first place for the 4th consecutive Asian Games.
Unlike Judo, which felt boring due to excessive instruction, in Taekwondo,
which added excitement through fierce sparring,
Korea (2 Poomsae, 3 Gyeorugi) shared 5 gold medals each with China.
They won one more silver medal than China and finished first place overall.
Archery is a sport in which Korea, like China and Japan, is expected to make a clear sweep.
There are 10 gold medals in archery, where the strongest in Korea is the strongest in the world, and the race begins on October 1.