[Asian Games] Wushu Lee Yong-moon Wins Silver Medal in Men’s Namkwon and Namgon… Second Prize in a Row
His older brother Lee Yong-hyeon went on a medal hunt on the 27th…
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Lee Yong-moon (28, Chungnam Sports Council), the pride of Korean Wushu,
won a silver medal at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games and succeeded in winning the competition for the second time in a row. 온라인카지노사이트
As Lee Yong-moon ranked second in the Wushu Men’s Nanquan and Namgon held at the Xiaoshan Guari Gymnasium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China on the 26th with a total score of 19.472 points,
following Indonesia’s Harris Horace (19.506 points).
He recorded a total score of 9.736 points, including a perfect score of 5.0 for movement mass,
a perfect score of 2.0 for difficulty, and a perfect score of 2.736 for acting ability (a perfect score of 3.000) in the men’s men’s competition,
the first period this morning, ranking second after Horace.
Lee Yong-moon, who revealed his medal prospects,
also performed steadily in the men’s Namgon in the second period held in the afternoon.
He received perfect scores in movement mass and difficulty,
ranked third in acting ability, scoring 2.736 points.
In the total score of the first and second periods combined,
he took second place overall and won a silver medal.
This is the second time Lee Yong-moon has won a prize at the Asian Games,
following the bronze medal at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games.
With Lee Yong-moon winning the prize,
the possibility of receiving a ‘brother medal’ also increased.
His older brother Lee Yong-hyeon (29, Chungnam Sports Council)
will participate in the Wushu men’s martial arts and martial arts event
held at the same location on the 27th and aims to win a medal.
Lee Yong-hyun won a silver medal at the 2014 Incheon Asian Games.
The brothers have never won a prize together in the wushu event at the Asian Games.