[Asian Games] Lee Woo-seok and Lim Si-hyeon Win the Korea-Japan Match and First Gold Medal in Mixed Archery
‘Defending champion’ wins 6-0 against Japan… First win in archery competition
Lee Woo-seok, who won two silver medals in the men’s team event and individual event at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games, won his first Asian Games gold medal. 카지노사이트
Although Lee Woo-seok performed well in the selection competition to select players for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, he suffered the pain of not being able to go to Tokyo as the competition was postponed due to the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) pandemic.
Im Si-hyun, the youngest ace of the women’s national team who was selected for the national team for the first time this year, also won her first Asian Games gold medal.
Im Si-hyun aims for multiple wins in the women’s team event and the women’s individual event, which reached the finals.
Korean archery won its first mixed gold medal at the Asian Games.
At the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang competition, where this event was introduced, it failed to win a prize.
The country that won the mixed race in Jakarta was Japan.
Furukawa was the winning member at the time.
Korean archery, which reported its first gold medal in this competition, will continue its hunt for gold in the men’s and women’s team competition, which runs from the quarterfinals to the final on the 6th.
In the women’s individual finals, Ansan (Gwangju Women’s University) along with Im Si-hyun are in the finals, so Korea has reserved one gold medal and one silver medal.
In the men’s individual event, Lee Woo-seok is about to compete for the bronze medal.
The compound archery team, whose team Joo Jae-hoon (Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power) and So Chae-won (Hyundai Mobis) won the silver medal in the mixed event on the 4th, will challenge for both men’s and women’s team championships on the 5th.
So Chae-won is advancing to the finals of the compound women’s individual event held on the 7th.
Also, in the men’s individual bronze medal match, Joo Jae-hoon and Yang Jae-won (executive director) engage in a ‘family fight’.