Hwang Sun-woo, 100 Days Before the Olympics

Hwang Sun-woo, 100 days before the Olympics, “I lacked experience in Tokyo… Paris will be different.”

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100 days before the opening of the 2024 Paris Olympics, the leading stars of each sport showed their determination to raise the national flag on the podium.

Hwang Sun-woo (Gangwon Provincial Office), the mainstay of Korean swimming, met with reporters after attending the Paris Olympics D-100 national team encouragement event held at the Jincheon National Team Training Center in North Chungcheong Province on the 17th and said, “Swimming is receiving a lot of attention, and we need to do our best to bring out medals.”

“I will prepare,” he said with determination. 카지노사이트

Hwang Seon-woo is one of the most anticipated players among the Korean swimming team, which has recently experienced a ‘renaissance’.

At the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, he took 4th place in the semifinals of the 100m freestyle, becoming the first Korean athlete to reach the finals of the event, but finished in 5th place.

In the 200m freestyle, he ranked 1st overall in the preliminaries, but only 7th in the finals, which was disappointing.

“At Tokyo, it was my first time competing in such a big competition, so I over-paced and lacked management because I had no experience,” said Hwang Sun-woo, who emphasized, “Now that I have experience, I want to do well in the finals and get on the podium.”

He, who is planning to compete in four events at the Paris Olympics, said, “I am worried about the days when the games overlap, so I am doing a lot of weight training and high-intensity endurance training.

I am trying to strengthen my body after the World Championships, and my condition is not bad.” did.

Hwang Sun-woo then smiled and said, “I saw the Paris Olympic swimming stadium in a social media photo and it was pretty.

I want to stand on a pretty podium in a pretty stadium.”

Im Si-hyeon (Korea National Sports University), who won three gold medals at the Hangzhou Asian Games and stands as the ace of archery, a ‘heroic sport’, dreams of Korea’s 10th consecutive Olympic women’s team title.

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