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Bobsleigh hopeful Jae-hwan Jae-hwan (17, Sangji Gwanryong-go) won the second gold medal for the Korean team at the Gangwon 2024 Winter Youth Olympic Games (Gangwon 2024). Jae-hwan finished first in the men’s monobob (one-seater) bobsled race at the Gangwon 2024 at the Alpensia Sliding Center in Pyeongchang, Gangwon Province, on Wednesday with a combined time of 1 minute, 48.63 seconds in the first and second runs .Jae-hwan, who won his first medal as a Korean sledder (bobsled, skeleton and luge) at the fourth Winter Youth Olympic Games, became the second gold medalist for Team Korea after Joo Jae-hee (Han AD) won the men’s short track 1,500 meters on Tuesday .A former track and field shot putter who switched to skeleton in his third year of junior high school, Jae-hwan has become the next big thing on the international scene with his combination of strength and speed .He has competed in the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) Youth Series eight times this season, winning five gold and three silver medals, and used the momentum on his “home track” to turn the track golden.

The silver medalist in this event, Jonatang Lourimi (Tunisia – 1:49.96), is a legacy athlete from the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics.Lourimi was first introduced to bobsled in 2020 as part of the Winter Sports Athlete Development Program for Underdeveloped and Developing Countries, organized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Gangwon Special Self-Governing Province and Pyeongchang County, and sponsored by the PyeongChang Memorial Foundation .Along with two female teammates, she became Tunisia’s first Winter Olympian to win a medal at Gangwon 2024.Thailand’s Campeol Agnes, who won silver in the women’s monobob the day before, is also an athlete from the Winter Sports for Underdeveloped and Developing Countries program, making the PyeongChang legend two days younger .There was more good news in the sled event. Shin Yeon-soo of Sangji Kwanryong High School won the bronze medal in the men’s skeleton with a time of 1 minute 46.05 seconds, behind Emils Indriksson (Latvia – 1:44.66) and Yaroslav Labreniuk (Ukraine – 1:45.67).The Korean luge relay team of Kim So-yoon (Shinmyung Girls’ High School), Kim Bo-geun, Bae Jae-sung (Sangjiji Gwanryong High School), and Kim Ha-yoon (Sariul Middle School) also finished in fourth place with a combined time of 2:32.910 at the PyeongChang Alpensia Sliding Center .Among the sled disciplines, luge has a shallow domestic presence, with no Korean athletes competing at the last three Winter Youth Olympic Games.

In the relay events, the women’s single, men’s single, and double events are run in the order of their combined times .Supported by Minho of the group SHINee, the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Olympic Friends, who are in charge of promoting Gangwon 2024, our athletes raised hopes with performances that exceeded expectations. On the fourth day of the Gangwon 2024 Games, which kicked off on March 19 and began the medal race in earnest on March 20, we had our first three winners .France’s Antoine Guy, 17, took the podium in the men’s 7.5-kilometer sprint at the Alpensia Biathlon Center in Pyeongchang .Guy, who had already won gold in the men’s individual 12.5-kilometer and individual mixed relay, capped off the Games with his first Gangwon 2024 triple .On ice, women’s long-distance hopeful Lim Ri-won (16, Uijeongbu High School) finished sixth in the women’s 1,500 meters at Gangneung Speedskating Center in a time of 2 minutes, 6.28 seconds .Sprint specialist Jung Hee-dan (16-Sunsago), who won a silver medal in the women’s 500 meters the day before, finished 13th in 2:10.60.In the men’s 1,500 meters, Heo Seok (16, Uijeonggo) finished 10th in 1:55.78, while Shin Shin-woong (16, Byeol-nago), who won bronze in the men’s 500 meters the day before, was 16th in 1:58.52.Italy topped the overall standings with 11 medals, including seven golds, while South Korea finished fifth with two golds, two silvers 카지노사이트킹 and four bronzes.

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