Women’s 3X3 Basketball Dynamo Hansol qualifies for Philippine International for second consecutive year

Women’s 3X3 national basketball team Dynamo Man Hansol will compete in the second season of Manila Hustle 3X3, which will be held in Manila, Philippines from 바카라사이트 March 3 to 4.

Bounce Entertainment said on the 1st, “Dynamo Man Hansol has been competing in domestic competitions since its inception four years ago, and has been competing in international competitions since last year. Since last year, the Manila Hustle 3X3 tournament has been inviting 3X3 teams from various countries around the world to compete in order to develop women’s 3X3 basketball. Last year, Dynoman Hansol was invited to represent Korea. The team was led by WKBL players Lee So-jung, Park Si-eun, Kim Doo-narang, and Yongin University’s Park Eun-seo, and finished third out of 12 teams. Doona Rang Kim was also selected as one of the best three. This year, the tournament was expanded to 16 teams, with participation from various countries including the Philippines, Singapore, Japan, India, and Australia. Lee So-jung and Park Eun-seo, who were the mainstays of the team, will not be competing this time around due to their clubs. Instead, the team was joined by former WKBL player Lee Issa-bin and Jo Eun-jeong, a former college MVP and current national team manager. The tournament will be broadcast on YouTube’s Puso Pilipinas.”

Finally, Bounce Entertainment said, “Dynamo Man Hansol will play a total of three games in the qualifiers, starting with the first game against the Australian Royals Basketball at 5:20 p.m. KST on March 3.”

WKBL Signs Educational Cooperation Agreement with Korea Sports Career Education Association

WKBL and the Korea Sports Career Education Association held an educational cooperation business agreement (MOU) signing ceremony on the 11th at the 3rd floor of the Dongjak Gwanak Education Support Center in Seoul.

The WKBL 안전카지노사이트 said on the 11th, “The two organizations signed an agreement that outlines the training of human resources needed for sports career education, support for human resources, fostering student dreamers, and development and operation of training programs for retired athletes and coaches.”

“Through this agreement, we will spare no effort to cooperate and support the correct sports career education based on the unique capabilities of both organizations,” said Jeong Jin-kyung, Head of Game Operations at the WKBL, who attended the signing ceremony.

“We are grateful for WKBL’s participation in promoting career education through sports and cultivating the character of young people,” said Oh Jung-hoon, President of the Korea Sports Career Education Association. “We will strive to develop quality career education content and training programs.”