Korean Swimming Finishes with a Record High of 2 Gold, 1 Silver, and 2 Bronze Medals at the Doha World Championships

The men’s 400m individual medley and 400m men’s and women’s medley relay failed to pass the preliminaries, and the management team, including Hwang Sun-woo and Kim Woo-min, returned to Korea on the afternoon of the 19th.

Korean swimming finished the 2024 International Aquatics Federation World Championships in Doha, Qatar with its best results ever.

Korea completed all schedules for this competition with the women’s 400m medley relay preliminaries held at the Aspire Dome in Doha, Qatar, on the 18th.

The Korea, which included Song Jae-yoon (17, Seoul Physical Education High School), Moon Su-ah (15, Seoul Weight), Kim Seo-young (29, Gyeongbuk Provincial Office), and Heo Yeon-kyung (18, Seoul Bangsan High School), finished the race in 4 minutes 04.76 seconds, but was the last runner.

Heo Yeon-kyung was found to have had a false start and was disqualified. 카지노사이트

Kim Min-seop (19, Dokdo Sports Team), who participated in the men’s 400m individual medley preliminaries held earlier, touched the touch pad in 4 minutes 20.93 seconds and placed 14th out of 23 people, failing to get a ticket to the finals, which was given to only 8 people.

Lee Joo-ho (29, Seogwipo City Hall), Choi Dong-yeol (24), Yang Jae-hoon (25), and Hwang Seon-woo (20, Gangwon Provincial Office) teamed up to finish 11th out of 22 countries in the men’s medley relay 400m preliminaries with a time of 3 minutes 35.85 seconds.

This also failed to enter the top 8 to advance to the finals.

Korean swimming achieved the best performance ever in a long course (50m) World Championships held in an Olympic standard pool with two gold medals, one silver medal, and two bronze medals.

At the short course (25m) World Championships, Park Tae-hwan (34) alone won three gold medals at the 2016 Windsor/Ontario Games in Canada.

In this competition, Hwang Seon-woo and Kim Woo-min (22, Gangwon Provincial Office) won gold medals in the men’s 200m and 400m freestyle, respectively, achieving ‘multi-gold medals at the Long Course World Championships’ for the first time in Korean swimming history.

Hwang Sun-woo, Kim Woo-min, Lee Ho-jun (23, Jeju City Hall), Lee Yu-yeon (23, Goyang City Hall), and Yang Jae-hoon teamed up to win a silver medal in the men’s 800m relay, winning the first relay medal in the history of the World Championships.

In the diving event held prior to the management event, Kim Su-ji (25, Ulsan Metropolitan City Hall) won a bronze medal in the women’s 3m springboard, and then added a bronze medal in the mixed synchro 3m springboard in collaboration with Lee Jae-kyung (24, Incheon Metropolitan City Hall).

The Korean team, including Hwang Sun-woo and Kim Woo-min, are scheduled to return to Korea through Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of the 19th.

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