Yunji Kim (17, Seoul City) won three gold medals in swimming at the 43rd National Sports Festival for the Disabled.
Yunji Kim won the women’s 100m freestyle (S5, S6 combined event) held at Seonghwang Sports Center Swimming Pool in Gwangyang, Jeollanam-do on the 7th with a time of 1 minute 28.68 seconds.
On the 4th, Yunji Kim reached the top by setting a new Korean record of 1 minute 54.70 seconds in the 100m backstroke (S6 and S7 combined),
on the same day, she won the women’s 400m relay 34 points by setting a new Korean record of 5 minutes 52.48 seconds.
Won his first gold medal. 카지노사이트탑
Yunji Kim, who skis in the winter and swims in the summer,
dominated the winter and summer rookie athlete awards for the first time in history at the 2022 National Sports Festival for the Disabled.
In February of this year, she won four gold medals in Nordic skiing at the National Paralympic Winter Games and was named Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the event.
Yunji Kim will also participate in the 200m 20 point mixed relay on the 8th,
and will challenge to win 4 gold medals and become the MVP of the Winter and Summer National Paralympic Games.
Yunji Kim said she was “happy to have shortened her personal record from last year” and that she “will do my best tomorrow as well to challenge for the 4th gold medal.”
In the men’s individual bowling competition (TPB5, TPB6 grade, club),
Park Chan-young (Ulsan Metropolitan City) took first place with 620 points,
beating Ryu Nam-gyu (Chungnam) with 601 points.
Park Chan-young said, “Unfortunately, I only got a silver medal in the last competition,
but I am happy that I won a gold medal this time,” and added, “I will train hard to achieve good results in the future.”
In the wheelchair fencing men’s epee team event (grades 1 to 3) quarterfinals,
Gwangju Metropolitan City, consisting of Choi Geon-woo, Seong-hwan Cho, and Ji-hwan Shin, defeated Seoul City 45-41 and advanced to the semifinals.
Gwangju Metropolitan City lost to Chungnam 45-31 in the semifinals and will compete with Jeonnam for the bronze medal on the 8th.
Choi Geon-woo, Seong-hwan Cho, and Ji-hwan Shin participated in the 12th National CPR Contest on June 24 and won the Minister of Health and Welfare Award (2nd place).
It was the first time in history that a disabled person participated in a CPR competition.
This fall, they are aiming for a medal on the piste.