Lee Jun-seo returns – Park Ji-won wins all WC gold medals… Korean male short track running continues

The run of the Korean men’s short track continues. Lee Jun-seo (23, Korea National Sport University), who returned, won her first gold medal in the individual event this season, and ace Park Ji-won (27, Seoul City Hall) won gold medals in all World Cup series competitions this season. 카지노

Lee Jun-seo won the 2022-2023 season International Skating Union (ISU) Short Track World Cup 5th Competition Men’s 1500m 1st race final with a record of 2 minutes 28 seconds 291 held at the Joy Next Arena in Dresden, Germany on the 5th (Korean time). Park Ji-won took first place in the men’s 1000m final with a time of 1:23:231.

Lee Jun-seo, who won the silver medal in the men’s 5000m relay at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, started off well this season by winning gold medals in the 2000m mixed relay and men’s 5000m relay at the first World Cup competition. After finishing the second competition with one silver medal (men’s 5000m relay), he missed the third and fourth competitions, but won his first gold medal in the individual event this season with an explosive race that day. Lim Yong-jin (26, Goyang City Hall), who competed with Lee Jun-seo, also won the bronze medal with a record of 2 minutes 28 seconds 773.

Park Ji-won, who won three gold medals in the 1st and 4th competitions, also continued her speedy run. Considered the strongest mid-to-long-distance runner in Korea, his rise this season is remarkable. Having already won nine gold medals in the 1st to 4th competitions, he showed the appearance of a strong player by steadily winning gold medals in the 1500m (1st, 3rd, 4th competitions) and 1000m (2nd, 4th, 5th competitions). He also ran an overwhelming race in the 1000m in this event. He also won gold medals in the 1000m and 1500m at the Four Continents Championships in January.

Choi Min-jeong (25, Seongnam City Hall) also built her pride with the first individual gold medal in the World Cup series this season. She was the first to cross the finish line with a time of 2 minutes 26 seconds 536 in the final round of the women’s 1500 m first race that day. With four laps to go, she moved up to the lead with her proprietary out-course sprint, and then perfectly defended the in-course, shaking off the pursuit of 2nd place Christine Santos-Griswald (USA, 2:26:570). Her momentum last month, when she won four Winter Universiade titles, continued into this event.

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