On the 29th, Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Aquatic Sports Arena in China. In the 400m women’s medley relay, the last event in Hangzhou Asian Games management, the relay team consisting of Lee Eun-ji (Bangsan High School), Koh Haru (Gangwon Weight), Kim Seo-young (Gyeongbuk Provincial Government) and Heo Yeon-kyung (Bangsan High School) won a silver medal, ending it splendidly.
It’s a new Korean record. They advanced the Korean record (4:03:38) set at the 2019 Gwangju World Championships by a whopping 3.25 seconds.
The silver medal is also the best-ever tie in the sport. Earlier, at the 2014 Incheon Games, Lee Da-rin, Yang Ji-won, Ahn Se-hyun, and Ko Mi-so collaborated for the silver medal.
In the men’s 400m freestyle earlier, Kim Woo-min won his third gold medal in the tournament, becoming the third “three-time Asian Games management gold medalist” in Korean swimming history.
In addition, Choi Dong-ryul won the bronze medal in the men’s 50-meter breaststroke for the first time in Korea, and at the same time broke Korean records in succession in the preliminary and final. Lee Ju-ho, who competed in the men’s 200m backstroke, also set a new Korean record of 1:56.54 and won the silver medal.
1 gold, 2 silver, and 1 bronze on the final day of management. Three new Korean records poured in at the same time. That’s the best finish.
Korean swimming made a new history in Hangzhou. 토토사이트
South Korea has won as many as 22 medals, including six gold, six silver, and 10 bronze, in the event’s management events. He also set a record of “all events medals” in the men’s freestyle event.
Six gold medals are the highest ever. At the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, Park Tae-hwan (triple gold medalist) and Jung Da-rae jointly won four gold medals. Notably, four skaters won five gold medals in individual competitions, with the largest number of skaters winning gold medals.
The total number of medals is also the highest ever. He won as many as six medals compared to the 2006 Doha Games, which yielded a total of 16 medals (3 gold, 2 silver, and 11 bronze medals). In addition, Kim Woo-min and Hwang Sun-woo won three gold medals and two official medals, respectively, setting a new milestone of “producing the first two swimming multi-award winners in a single Asian Games.”