[Asian Games] Even if you are not first place… ‘Silver Run’ female roller “I poured it out without regrets”
Korean women’s roller skating speed has never seen gold.
The women’s national team, consisting of Lee Seul (31, Daegu City Hall), Park Min-jung (28, Andong City Hall), and Lee Ye-rim (21, Cheongju City Hall),
finished in second place in the 3,000m relay held at the Qiantang Roller Sports Center in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, on the 2nd.
The women’s national team, which finished 3rd and 4th in both individual events,
attempted to win the gold medal in the team event,
but failed to surpass the ‘strongest’ Chinese Taipei.
On this day, Korea narrowly outpaced India, Iran, and Thailand, creating a two-way match with Taiwan,
but it was not enough to take the lead. 카지노사이트위키
Even in individual competitions, Taiwan’s walls were high.
Yoo Garam (28, Anyang City Hall) and Lee Seul took 3rd (14 points) and 4th place, respectively,
behind Taiwan’s Shibeiyou (21 points) and Yang Ho-jeon (18 points) in the 10,000m + points (EP) excluding this competition. (10 points) was recorded.
They seemed to be satisfied with the results achieved despite the difficulties of playing an unpopular sport,
were preparing early for an opportunity that would come again someday.
Because roller skating speed has a small presence on the Asian Games stage,
it is always uncertain whether it will be adopted in the next competition.
‘Eldest sister’ Lee Seul said, “Roller doesn’t get much attention for some reason,” and added, “But I’m so happy and heartbroken that I prepared so hard and achieved good results.”
He expressed his relief, saying, “I poured everything I had prepared for over four years into the stadium.
Of course, I have some regrets, but I will prepare harder next time.”
Min-Jeong Park said, “I came here expecting first place, but I still won the silver medal, so I have no regrets. I’m happy.”
Youngest member Lee Ye-rim said, “I am grateful that I was able to finish without getting hurt with my sisters,” and expressed her ambition, saying, “If we are in the next Asian Games, we will prepare better and do our best to win the gold medal.”