[Asian Games] Woo Ha-ram, The Most Medalist, Takes Part in the Diving 3m Springboard
The 30th is the day with the second fewest medals during the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.
There were 3 medals awarded on October 8th, when the closing ceremony was held,
25 medals awarded on the last day of September.
If the Asian Games are divided into the first half and the second half,
240 medals, or half of the total medals (481) in the first half,
including 25 medals on the 30th, will go to their owners. 카지노사이트탑
Korea, which held a gold medal parade without hesitation at the opening of the competition,
will take a break and continue its march toward more medals.
The leader is Woo Ha-ram (Korea Sports Promotion Foundation), a living legend in Korean diving.
Woo Ha-ram collected a silver medal and three bronze medals at the 2014 Incheon Games,
two silver and bronze medals each at the 2018 Jakarta and Palembang Games, for a total of eight medals.
This is the record for the most medals collected by a Korean player at the Asian Games.
What is disappointing is that there is no gold medal.
Woo Ha-ram, who suffered a long slump for over a year and a half due to a back injury,
is making a comeback starting with the men’s synchronized 3m springboard event held at the swimming pool of the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center in China on the 30th.
The women’s national soccer team, which is challenging for the championship,
will play North Korea in the quarterfinals in Wenzhou at 5:30 p.m.
The Korean Shuttlecocks, who suffered the humiliation of no medals at the 2018 Jakarta/Palembang Games,
will compete in the men’s and women’s team semifinals,
while men’s hockey and men’s and women’s 3-on-3 basketball will play in the group stage and quarterfinals, respectively.
Men’s hammer thrower Lee Yun-cheol (Eumseong-gun Office),
who has participated six times in a row since the 2002 Busan Games and is the largest participant in the Asian Games among Korean athletes,
will compete with Asian athletes at the Hangzhou Olympic Center Stadium at 8 p.m.
Yun-cheol Lee ranked 4th, his highest, at the 2006 Doha Games,
5th at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games.
He is maintaining his skills steadily in Asia even at the age of 41,
including taking 5th place in this year’s Asian Championships.