Lee Yong-moon wins the 100m national track and field championship ‘10.22’ tied for 4th place in Korean history

‘Twin sprinters’ Kim So-eun won the women’s general division

Yongmun Lee sprinting (center)

Lee Yong-moon (25, Seocheon County Office) rose to the top of the National Athletics Championships, tying for 4th place in the Korean men’s 100m track and field history based on athlete standards.

Lee Yong-moon crossed the finish line in 10.22 seconds in the men’s 100m final at the 53rd National Athletics Championships held at Mokpo Sports Complex on the 13th.

Lee Yong-moon, whose personal best record before this day was 10.29 seconds, set a personal record of 10.29 seconds in the semifinals of this competition, and shortened the record to 10.22 seconds in the finals. 안전놀이터

Second place went to Joo Ji-myung (Gyeongju City Hall) with 10.31 seconds, and third place went to Lee Simon (Anyang City Hall) with 10.33 seconds.

In athletics, records are managed by dividing them into ‘overall’ and ‘player-based’.

Lee Yong-moon is tied for 4th place in Korean men’s 100m history on an athlete basis, following Kim Kuk-young (10.07 seconds), Kim Tae-hyo (10.17 seconds, Gwangju Metropolitan City Hall), and Lee Jun-hyuk (10.18 seconds, Armed Forces Athletic Corps). Lee Jae-ha (Seocheon County Office)’s personal best record is 10.22 seconds, the same as Lee Yong-moon’s.

Looking at the Korean men’s 100m ‘overall record’, Kim Kook-young holds the first to sixth place records (10.07 to 10.16 seconds).

Kim Kook-young stood at the starting line in the finals that day, but withdrew to focus on the men’s 400m relay held on the 14th and 15th.

In the women’s 100m final, Kim So-eun (Gapyeong-gun Office) won with a time of 11.80 seconds.

Kim Da-jeong (Andong City Hall) took second place with 11.95 seconds, and Kang Da-seul (Gwangju Metropolitan City Hall) took third place with 11.98 seconds. 슬롯사이트

Last year, the best Korean female sprinter was Kim Da-eun (Gapyeong County Office).

This season, when Kim Da-eun was slow, her twin sister, Kim So-eun, won the KBS Cup 200m on May 6 (24.59 seconds), and is now at the top of the 100m at this year’s national championships, looking to become the ‘active Korean best.’

Namadi Joel Jin (Gimpo Science and Technology High School) took first place in the men’s high school 100m final with a time of 10.47 seconds.

However, Joel Jin, the Korean men’s high school record holder (10.36 seconds), frowned and expressed his disappointment about the record.

In the women’s high school 100m race, Eunbin Lee (Jeonnam Physical Education High School) won with a time of 11.98 seconds. 토토사이트 추천

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