Management Youth National Team departs Japan for training and competitions

South Korea’s national youth management team has departed for Japan for training and competitions.The Korea Swimming Federation announced that 15 members of the 2023 Management Youth National Team, comprised of middle and high school students, departed for Tokyo, Japan, via Gimpo Airport in Seoul on July 7.They will participate in the Chiba Prefecture Junior Swimming Competition, which begins on Tuesday.A total of 15 members were dispatched, including Lee Yoo-woong, a dedicated swimming youth team leader, coaches Jung Hong-rak and Hwang Seo-jin, men’s Lee Ji-won (Gyeonggi Gymnasium), Kim Young-min (Busan Gymnasium), Shim Jung-woo (Jeonbuk Gymnasium), Kang Min-jae (Seoul Gymnasium), Kim Do-hyun (Gyeonggi Gymnasium) and Won Joon (Gyeongju Gymnasium), and women’s Moon Soo-ah, Hwang Na-hee (Sangsan Gymnasium), Seo Se-rim (Gyeongbuk Gymnasium), Yang Lian (Seoul Jeonong Middle), Kim Na-yeon (Jeonbuk Gymnasium) and Hwang Ji-yeon (Jinju

Jinmyeong Girls Middle). After arriving in the country on July 7, the team will compete in the tournament after three days of local acclimatization and training.”As this is a competition for junior athletes, we hope that the experience gained through competing with athletes of similar capabilities will serve as an opportunity to grow in larger competitions in the future,” said coach Yoo Sun-woong.Moon Soo-ah, who was selected for the adult national team through the national trials last month, said, “I’m happy to have the opportunity to go overseas again this year after the World Aquatics Championships in Budapest last year. I was the youngest then, 스포츠토토존 but this time I will do well as one of the oldest.”

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