Korean team wins no medal on the second day Gain valuable experience and ‘grow up’
Short track speed track Joo Jae-hee ranks 4th in the men’s 1,000m final due to a foul by a Chinese athlete. Sports and cultural events are disrupted due to snowfall and cold waves in Gangwon-do
Jae-hee Jae-hee falls
Joo Jae-hee (58) falls in the final of the men’s 1000m short track speed track at the 2024 Gangwon Winter Youth Olympic Games held at the Ice Arena in Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do on the afternoon of the 21st.
Korean winter sports prospects gained valuable experience on the second day of the medal race at the 2024 Gangwon Winter Youth Olympic Games (hereinafter referred to as Gangwon 2024).
Although I wasn’t able to add any medals, I grew a step further through various experiences.
Short track star Joo Jae-hee (Han Gwanggo) ranked fourth after falling due to a foul by a Chinese athlete in the men’s 1,000m short track final held at the Gangneung Ice Arena in Gangwon-do on the 21st.
He aimed for a second gold medal in the competition following his victory in the men’s 1,500m the day before, but he swallowed his disappointment.
Joo Jae-hee fell due to the rough behavior of China’s Zhang Bohao with 5 laps left before the finish line, but finished the race to the end and finished in 4th place.
Zhang Bohao, who crossed the finish line in first place, was penalized and disqualified.Another Chinese athlete, Zhang Xinze, won the gold medal.
Kim Yu-seong (Hangwang High School), who participated in the same event, and Jeong Jae-hee (Hangang Middle School) and Kang Min-ji (Incheon Dongyang Middle School), who participated in the women’s 1,000m, all failed to advance to the finals.
Joo Jae-hee ‘It’s unfortunate, but I’m smiling’
Kim Bo-geun (Sangji Daegwallyeong High School), a promising Korean luge star, ranked 11th with a total time of 1 minute 35.046 seconds in the first and second periods in the men’s singles competition held at the Alpensia Sliding Center in Pyeongchang.
He ranked 11th overall with a time of 47.572 seconds in the first period, and improved to 47.474 seconds in the second period, but maintained his ranking.
In the biathlon mixed relay held at the Alpensia Biathlon Center in Pyeongchang, Jonathan (Ildong High School) and Kim Hye-won (Mujugo High School) placed 19th, and in the snowboard cross mixed team race, Kim Ye-bin (Youngseo High School) and Hwang Se-rim (Gaepo High School) placed 17th.
At Gangneung Curling Center, Kim Dae-hyun, Kwon Jun-i (Uiseong High School), Lee So-won, and Jang Yu-bin (Uiseong Girls’ High School) lost 5-6 against Italy in the mixed team preliminaries in Group B for the first time in this tournament.
The players defeated Brazil 17-1 in the first preliminary game the previous day, but were unable to continue their upward trend.
The women’s ice hockey 3-on-3 youth national team won 12-2 in the group preliminary match against Australia held at the Gangneung Hockey Center.
The national team, which lost to China the day before, won its first win in the tournament. 토토사이트