Hwang Seon-woo, 2nd Place in the 100m Freestyle Preliminary Round [sports]

[Asian Games] Hwang Seon-woo, 2nd place in the 100m freestyle preliminary round, and Lee Ho-jun 7th place, advanced to the finals

Asian record holder Fan Zhanle tied for third place with 48.66 seconds... First place in the preliminary round is Chinese rookie Wang Haoyu.

Hwang Seon-woo (20, Gangwon Provincial Office) advanced to the men's 100m freestyle finals by placing second in the preliminary round, following Wang Hao-yu (18, China).

Hwang Sun-woo finished the race in 48.54 seconds in the men's 100m freestyle preliminary group 6 match held at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center swimming pool on the 24th.

It was his first individual Asian Games match. 스포츠토토

Although he beat Fan Zhanle (48.66 seconds), who competed in the same group, he could not beat Wang Haoyu's record (48.13 seconds), who competed in group 4.

A total of 44 people participated in the preliminaries on this day, and the top 8 received tickets to the finals.

Hojun Lee also advanced to the finals in 3rd place in Group 6 and 7th overall with a time of 49.24 seconds.

Fan Zhanle and Katsuhiro Matsumoto (26, Japan) tied for third place with 48.66 seconds.

The men's 100m freestyle final will be held at 9:26 pm Korean time.

The preliminary round was an exploratory match.

The ‘real match’ unfolds in the finals.

Looking at the history and records, the number one candidate to win this event is Pan Zhanle.

Fan Zhanle set a new Asian record in the 100m freestyle with a time of 47.22 seconds at the Hangzhou Asian Games held in May.

The previous Asian record for the 100m freestyle was 47.56 seconds set by Sunwoo Hwang at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

At the 2023 Fukuoka World Championships held in July in the 100m freestyle, Fan Zhanle placed 4th (47.43 seconds), and Sunwoo Hwang placed 9th (48.08 seconds) in the semifinals, unfortunately failing to advance to the final stage.

However, Hwang Sun-woo acknowledged Pan Zhanle's superiority , but expressed his competitive spirit, saying,

"The records were good during training. If both me and Pan Zhanle do our best, we will both record good records."

Among Korean athletes, only one, Park Tae-hwan, has won a medal in the men's 100m freestyle at the Asian Games.

Tae-hwan Park won a silver medal in this event in Doha in 2006 and a gold medal in Guangzhou in 2010.

Hwang Sun-woo, who is active as a leading figure in Korean swimming management after Park Tae-hwan's retirement, will attempt to become the second Asian Games men's 100m freestyle winner after Park Tae-hwan later this afternoon.

Huang Sun-woo, whom we met after the preliminaries, said, "I am satisfied with my record in the preliminaries. I

was in the same group as Fan Zhanle, and I competed comfortably. Not only Fan Zhanle, but also Wang Haoyu is performing very well in the 100m freestyle, so I need to race harder in the finals." He said.

Hwang Sun-woo promised, “I will have a good lunch, rest well, and then play a good game in the finals.”
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K-League 1 Ulsan Drew, Pohang Won [sports]

Ulsan Drew, Pohang Won… K-League 1 1st and 2nd Place, Now ‘6 Points Difference’

Ulsan draws against Daejeon three times... Pohang completely defeated Suwon FC and went on an undefeated run in 9 games, while Gangwon caught Jeonbuk and escaped last place... Incheon defeats Jeju with Hernández’s ‘thick goal’

Ulsan Hyundai, the leading team in professional soccer K-League 1, failed to catch Daejeon Hana Citizen this time and allowed second place Pohang Steelers to catch up. 토토사이트

Ulsan drew 1-1 with Daejeon in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 30th round home game held at Munsu Soccer Stadium in Ulsan on the 16th.

Ulsan, which only added 1 point, recorded 62 points, narrowing the gap to 2nd place Pohang Steelers (56 points), who defeated Suwon FC 2-0 that day, to 6 points.

The competition for the lead, which had been dominated by Ulsan for a while, has now truly entered the fog.

Ulsan had only 2 draws and 1 loss in three meetings with Daejeon, who were promoted to K-League 1 this season.

Due to Daejeon, they are unable to overcome the threshold of victory against their former club.

Daejeon continued its strong performance against Ulsan, but maintained 8th place with 38 points amid 4 consecutive games without a win (2 draws and 2 losses).

Ulsan, which had only 1 win (2 draws, 2 losses) in the last 5 games, had an unconventional lineup that day, excluding key goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo and players who had been on the national team's European tour from the starting lineup, and starting players who had not received many opportunities until now. came out

Prior to this game, veteran center back Kim Ki-hee was appointed as captain and key striker Joo Min-gyu was appointed as vice-captain, reinforcing the will to renew the atmosphere.

Daejeon had a good start.

About 1 minute and 20 seconds into the game, Kim In-gyun received a pass given by Massa after running through the midfield and shot with his left foot to avoid goalkeeper Jo Soo-hyuk, who came forward from the left side of the penalty area.

Ulsan balanced the score with a penalty kick in the 29th minute of the first half.

Daejeon defender Kim Hyun-woo grabbed Joo Min-gyu and knocked him down inside the penalty area, resulting in a penalty kick. Joo Min-gyu, who took the kick, scored with his right foot and scored the tying goal.

Joo Min-gyu is the sole leading scorer in the league this season with 14 goals.

Ulsan, who used replacement cards such as Rubikson, Lee Chung-yong, Kim Young-kwon, and Bako in the second half, cheered when Bako's wonderful volley shot from the right side of the penalty arc in the 38th minute of the second half.

However, the referee judged through an on-field review that Lim Jong-eun had obstructed Daejeon goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun's view during the shooting situation, and the score was cancelled.

In the extra time of the second half, Lee Chung-yong's shot from the right side of the penalty area resulted in a penalty kick due to Daejeon's Oh Jae-seok's handball foul, and Ulsan had another golden opportunity to make a come-from-behind goal, but this time Joo Min-gyu's shot was blocked by Lee Chang-geun, who threw his body, and hit the ground.

Pohang defeated Suwon FC 2-0 at the home Steel Yard thanks to Zeka's multiple goals and put pressure on Ulsan with an undefeated record in 9 games (5 wins, 4 draws).

Zeka was responsible for both goals and shone as a major contributor to the victory.

In the 22nd minute of the first half, Zeka scored the first goal by pushing in Wandelsson's cross from the left side, and in the 44th minute of the first half, he dribbled down the right side from near the halfway line and scored an additional goal with a right-footed shot.

By adding two goals that day, Zeka surpassed his 10th goal in the league this season.

On this day, Pohang fired 12 shots, including 9 effective shots, while Suwon FC had only one shot in total, but was unable to add more points in the second half.

Suwon FC, who lost all three matches against Pohang this season, remained in 10th place with 29 points.

Gangwon FC succeeded in escaping from last place by catching Jeonbuk Hyundai in enemy territory.

Gangwon, which broke away from the last 3 games without a win (1 draw, 2 losses), accumulated 24 points and jumped to 11th place, pushing Suwon Samsung (22 points), which will play the 30th round on the 17th, to the bottom.

Jeonbuk maintained 5th place (43 points, 35 points, goal difference 7), but went winless in 5 games (3 draws, 2 losses).

Jeonbuk took the lead with a penalty kick 5 minutes into the game.

Han Kyo-won, who was breaking through the left side of the penalty area, was tripped by Gangwon defender Lee Ji-sol and a penalty kick was declared, and kicker Gustavo kicked with his right foot.

However, Gangwon's counterattack led by Gabriel and Yago was fierce, and in the extra time of the first half, Gabriel and Gallego scored consecutive goals, turning the situation around for Gangwon.

Gabriel scored a goal in his K League debut.

Heavy rain poured down past the middle of the second half, filling the ground with water and causing the ball to not roll well, which emerged as a variable in the game.

Gangwon Kim Dae-won scored an additional goal in the 30th minute of the second half.

At Incheon Soccer Stadium, Incheon United defeated Jeju United 2-1.

Incheon's Lee Myung-joo's first goal in the 29th minute of the first half and Jeju's Kim Seung-seop's equalizing goal in the 22nd minute of the second half kept the game in balance, but in the extra time of the second half, Incheon's Hernández scored a mid-range shot from the left corner of the penalty area to decide the game.

Incheon went up one place to 6th place (43 points, 35 points, -1 goal difference), and Jeju, whose recent winless streak extended to 4 games (1 draw, 3 losses), was ranked 9th (35 points).
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Klinsmann's First Win Against Saudi Arabia on the 13th [sports]

Klinsmann's First Win Against Saudi Arabia on the 13th... 'What if I Can't Win Again?'

3 draws and 2 losses in 5 games since taking office... In case of loss, 'the theory of the manager's dismissal' will likely rise.

Saudi Arabia, which has recently lost five consecutive international matches, is also 'desperate for a win' 스포츠토토

Jürgen Klinsmann (Germany), the coach of the Korean national soccer team, is trying again to achieve his first win in his 6th game since taking office.

Korea, ranked 28th in the FIFA world rankings, will play a friendly match with Saudi Arabia (54th) at St. James Park in Newcastle, England, at 1:30 a.m. on the 13th (Korean time).

Coach Klinsmann, who took charge of the Korean national team in February of this year, has not won a single game with 3 draws and 2 losses in five games since then.

Since the Korea Football Association introduced the national team full-time coach system in 1992, Coach Klinsmann is the first coach to have not won five games since taking office.

Moreover, not only is Coach Klinsmann not receiving good reviews in terms of game content, but he does not live in Korea but mainly stays in the United States and frequently appears on foreign broadcasts, giving the impression that he is 'not devoted to Korean soccer.'

Recently, in contrast to Japan (20th place), anxiety about Coach Klinsmann has deepened.

Korea lost 0-1 to Peru, its international match opponent in June, and drew 1-1 with El Salvador, while Japan defeated Peru 4-1 and El Salvador 6-0 during the same period.

In the first leg of the international match this September, Korea recorded a 0-0 draw with Wales (35th place), while Japan defeated the 'tank corps' Germany (15th place) by a whopping 4-1.

Considering that Saudi Arabia, who will be playing on the 13th, lost 1-3 to Costa Rica (46th place) on the 9th, it is difficult for Coach Klinsmann to accept a result other than a 'victory' in this game.

“I would say it is a process now,” Klinsmann said in an interview after the 0-0 draw with Wales.

“It is a good opportunity to review the players for the World Cup qualifiers starting in November and the Asian Cup in early 2024.”

This means that the focus is on World Cup qualifiers and the Asian Cup rather than immediate victory.

However, if there is a draw or loss against Saudi Arabia, there is a possibility that the 'lightning theory' will be given considerable weight, although it is somewhat premature.

Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain) was unable to join the national team due to injury, and Hong Hyun-seok (Gent), who was a starter against Wales, moved to the Asian Games team under coach Hwang Sun-hong and missed the game against Saudi Arabia. It can be an ‘extenuating factor’.

Son Heung-min (Tottenham), who struggled against Wales, said, “Saudi Arabia is a good opponent who caused a huge upset in the last World Cup.”

He added, “In some ways, it seems like the coach is going through the process of selecting players rather than producing results.”

Saudi Arabia is the team that defeated the champion Argentina 2-1 in the group stage of last year's Qatar World Cup.

In terms of opponent record, Korea is inferior with 4 wins, 7 draws, and 6 losses so far.

Most recently, they drew 0-0 in a friendly match in December 2018.

Korea's most recent victory against Saudi Arabia was in a World Cup qualifying away game in South Africa (2-0) in November 2008.

Saudi Arabia recently appointed former Italian national team coach Roberto Mancini as the new national team head coach.

Coach Mancini, who led Italy to victory in the 2020 European Championship, made his debut as head coach of Saudi Arabia against Costa Rica.

Saudi Arabia, whose players are all playing in their own league, is in desperate need of a win against Korea as they have lost five consecutive international matches since the Gulf Cup in January of this year.

St James' Park, where the match will be held, is the home stadium of Newcastle, an English Premier League team owned by Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund.
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Shin Yu-bin, Jeon Ji-hee, Jang Woo-jin and Lim Jong-hoon [sports]

Shin Yu-bin - Jeon Ji-hee, Jang Woo-jin, Lim Jong-hoon, Advance to the Asian Table Tennis Men's and Women's Doubles Semifinals

Ahn Jae-hyun and Park Kang-hyun also... Everyone competed against the Chinese group to advance to the finals, and the men's and women's singles were 'annihilated' in the round of 16... Shin Yu-bin, shocking loss to 92nd ranked Thai player 토토사이트

The Korean men's and women's doubles team advanced to the semifinals of the 2023 Pyeongchang Asian Table Tennis Championships and secured a bronze medal.

The world's No. 1 women's doubles team, Jeon Ji-hee (Mirae Asset Securities) and Shin Yu-bin (Korean Air), defeated Taiwan's Jeon Zhi-yu and Hwang Yi-hwa (17th) 3-0 in the women's doubles quarterfinals on the 6th day of the tournament held at the Pyeongchang Dome in Gangwon-do on the 8th. (11-9 16-14 11-5) and advanced to the semifinals.

The semifinal opponent for the Jeon Ji-hee and Shin Yu-bin pair is China's Sun Ying-sha and Wang Yidi (no ranking).

Sun Yingsha and Wang Yidi are not in the doubles rankings because they do not work together often, but as they are top-level players ranked 1st and 3rd in the singles rankings, respectively, a difficult match is expected for Jeon Ji-hee and Shin Yu-bin.

The group of Sun Yingsha and Wang Yidi defeated the group of Miu Hirano and Miwa Harimoto (131st place, Japan) 3-0 (11-5 12-10 11-5) in the quarterfinals.

If the team of Jeon Ji-hee and Shin Yu-bin advance to the finals, they will face the winner of the match between Miyu Kihara and Miyu Nagasaki (8th place, Japan) and Man-yu Wang and Chen Meng (93rd place, China) for the title of champion.

The pair of Jeon Ji-hee and Shin Yu-bin, who won the women's doubles title at the 2021 Doha Tournament in which China did not participate, will attempt to win the tournament for the second straight time.

The women's doubles semifinals and finals will be held on the 10th.

In men's doubles, the world's No. 1 pair, Woojin Jang and Jonghoon Lim (Korea Exchange), and Jaehyun Ahn (KRX) and Kanghyun Park (Korea Water Resources Corporation) (no ranking) advanced to the semifinals and secured two bronze medals.

Both groups will face Chinese players in the semifinals.

The Korean national men's doubles pair, Jang Woo-jin and Lim Jong-hoon, will compete to advance to the finals against Ma Rong and Wang Chu-qin (no ranking), and Ahn Jae-hyeon and Park Kang-hyeon will compete against Pan Zhendong and Lin Gao-yuan (no ranking).

The Chinese men's doubles team also does not have a doubles ranking, but they are all top-level players, ranking in the top 8 in the singles rankings, so winning a gold medal for the Korean team appears to be a very difficult goal to achieve.

The men's doubles semifinals and finals will both be held on the 9th.

The team of Woojin Jang and Jonghoon Lim achieved a dramatic comeback victory over the Iranian team of Nima Alamian and Noshad Alamian (24th place, Iran) in the quarterfinals on this day, 3-2 (10-12 6-11 11-8 11-8 11-4). and advanced to the semifinals.

Jang Woo-jin and Lim Jong-hoon were helpless for up to two games due to the Alamian brothers' irregular attack.

Although the loss was deep as they were down 3-7 in 3 games, they belatedly adapted to the opponent's pitch and showed a great performance.

The pair of Jaehyun Ahn and Kanghyun Park defeated Japan's Hiroto Shinozuka and Yuta Tanaka (no ranking) 3-1 (11-8 5-11 13-11 11-8) and advanced to the semifinals.

In singles, the most important event, Korean players were 'annihilated' in the round of 16, raising concerns ahead of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.

Shin Yu-bin, who has the highest singles ranking among Korean female players at 9th, lost to 92nd-ranked Orawan Paranang (Thailand) 2-3 (9-11 12-10 6-11 11-3 9-11) in the round of 16 on this day. I was hit.

Early elimination is a shocking result for Shin Yu-bin, who was on the rise by winning the singles title twice on the World Table Tennis (WTT) stage this year.

Jeon Ji-hee (33rd), who leads the Korean women's table tennis team with Shin Yu-bin as a 'double horse', was defeated by Japanese powerhouse Mima Ito (8th) by a score of 0-3 (8-11 5-11 4-11) and failed to advance to the quarterfinals. did.

The situation was no different for male athletes.

Jang Woo-jin (9th) defeated Hong Kong veteran Wong Chun-ting (50th) 2-3 (11-9 19-17 2-11 9-11 10-12), and Lim Jong-hoon (17th) defeated Tanaka (73rd). We lost 1-3 (10-12 12-10 9-11 7-11).

Jaehyun Ahn (40th place) lost to Liang Jingkun (6th place) 0-3 (3-11 7-11 6-11).
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