Short Track Speed Track Hwang Dae-heon Defeated Lin Xiaojun [sports]

Short track speed track Hwang Dae-heon defeated Lin Xiaojun, who returned after grinding his teeth

Winner of the 1,500m World Cup 1st competition

Korean men's short-track speed track Hwang Dae-heon (Gangwon Provincial Office) won a landslide victory against his former national teammate Lin Xiaojun (Chinese/Korean name Lim Hyo-jun), who became a naturalized Chinese citizen.

Dae-Heon Hwang won the gold medal by crossing the finish line first with a record of 2 minutes 23.666 seconds in the men's 1,500m final of the first competition of the 2023-2024 season International Skating Union (ISU) World Cup held in Montreal, Canada on the 22nd (Korean time).

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He beat Steindesmoot (Belgium, 2 minutes 23.789 seconds) by 0.123 seconds.

Hwang Dae-heon, who declared a break after the Beijing Winter Olympics last year and returned the Taegeuk mark for the 2022-2023 season, showed off his rust-free skills by running a 'golden run' from the first competition of his return to the World Cup series this season.

The biggest interest in the men's 1,500m event at this tournament was the confrontation between Hwang Dae-heon and Lin Xiaojun, who had a bad relationship while on the Korean national team.

The two wore the Taegeuk symbol and worked together on the national team, but their relationship soured after an unpleasant incident occurred during training in 2019.

Lin Xiaojun, who received a one-year suspension from the Korea Skating Federation, became a naturalized Chinese citizen and met Hwang Dae-heon at an international competition for the first time in four years.

Daeheon Hwang and Xiaojun Lin finally faced each other in the men's 1,500m semifinals that day.

In the semifinals, while Lin Xiaojun took the lead early in the race, Hwang Dae-heon looked for an opportunity at the back.

Daeheon Hwang quickly rose to second place with three laps left, pushing Lin Xiaojun to third, then immediately increased his speed and rose to the lead.

Hwang Dae-heon, who had accumulated enough strength, widened the gap comfortably and crossed the finish line in 1st place, while Lin Xiaojun lost 2nd place to Russell Felix (Canada) at the last corner and fell to 3rd place, failing to advance to the finals.

Hwang Dae-heon, who defeated Lin Xiaojun in an overwhelming race and advanced to the finals, marked his return to the World Cup series after a year with a gold medal.

In the women's 1,500m final, Kim Gil-li (Seongnam City Hall) crossed the finish line with a time of 2 minutes 28.012 seconds, 0.149 seconds behind Haner Desmut (Belgium, 2 minutes 27.863 seconds) and took the silver medal.

In the mixed relay finals, Korea, led by Kim Gil-li, Kim Geon-woo, Seo Yi-ra (Hwaseong City Hall).

And Shim Seok-hee (Seoul City Hall), had to be content with a silver medal after being pushed out by China, led by brothers Shandor Liu and Saoang Liu, who changed their nationality from Hungary to China. did.

Kim Gil-li won two silver medals, including the women's 1,500m and the mixed relay, while Lin Xiaojun played in the Chinese mixed relay team to the semifinals but missed the final race.
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Pain and Burden of Track and Field Genius Joel Jin [sports]

[National Sports Festival] The pain and burden of track and field genius Joel Jin... I washed while drawing

Mixed-race athlete Joel Jin sets new records in every competition he participates in.

“I’ve never been to an art academy, but… I made up my mind by drawing.”

It is common for people who are evaluated as 'prodigies' across all fields to stop growing and live ordinary lives.

This is especially true in the sports world.

Every year, many 'geniuses' break their own wings, unable to overcome the excessive expectations and attention from those around them. 스포츠토토

Even now, many promising players are failing to blossom and disappearing from people's minds.

Namadi Joel-Jin (17, Gimpo Jeil Technical High School), a promising Korean track and field sprinter, is also considered a genius.

Joel Jin entered track and field a bit late, when he was in the 5th grade of elementary school, but has recently shown explosive growth and is shaking up the Korean track and field world.

Joel Jin, who was an ordinary athlete just two years ago, surprised those around him by setting a new high school men's 100m record of 10.36 seconds last August.

Recently, at the 104th Jeonnam National Sports Festival held at Mokpo Stadium in Jeollanam-do, he swept the gold medals in the men's high school 100m (10.47) and 200m (21.04) races, beating his competitors by a long distance.

In particular, a new competition record was set in the 200.

The reason Joel Jin is receiving attention is not just because of his skills.

Born to a Korean mother and a Nigerian father, Joel Jin attracts the public's attention with his striking appearance and Western-style name.

Joel Jin, who was born and raised in Korea, was no different from her friends her age, but she also suffered from quite a bit of stress due to the attention of those around her.

The pressure and stress that Joel Jin feels is much greater than that experienced by other ‘genius players’.

Joel Jin, whom we met at Mokpo Stadium on the 16th, was cautious when asked about exposure to public opinion, saying, "It's difficult to tell you honestly."

However, Joel Jin is doing well to overcome the excessive expectations, attention, and gaze of those around him.

She manages her mental state by engaging in various hobbies to avoid becoming obsessed with records, numbers, and performance.

“She usually relieves stress by playing the guitar or drawing,” Joel Jin said.

“She enjoys doing variety shows and it’s fun.”

Joel Jin's drawing skills are top-notch.

They are no different from art major students preparing for entrance exams.

“She loved drawing since she was little,” he said.

“She never went to art school, but she continued to draw and her skills improved.”

Painting is Joel Jin's escape from pressure.

He added, “Whenever I feel stressed, I draw my mind by drawing world-class athletes like Usain Bolt, who I like.”

He added, “I feel pressure whenever an important competition approaches, but I try to overcome it on my own.”

Joel Jin, who is overcoming his battle with himself through his healthy hobbies, confidently said, “I will grow well in the future.”
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