Men's 400m Medley Relay, New Korean Record, 2nd Place

from Oct 23, 2023 hours 02:23 (UTC +09:00)
to Oct 23, 2025 hours 02:23 (UTC +09:00)


from Oct 23, 2023 hours 02:23 (UTC +09:00)
to Oct 23, 2025 hours 02:23 (UTC +09:00)


[Asian Games] Men's 400m Medley Relay, New Korean Record, 2nd Place... Hwang Seon-woo, Gold, Silver, and Bronze Harvest

After two months, the Korean record for the men's 400m medley relay was broken again... Won the competition for second place against Japan

The Korean men's 400m medley relay team won a silver medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games, setting a new Korean record.

In the final of the men's 400m medley relay at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held at the Hangzhou Olympic Center swimming pool in Zhejiang, China on the 26th, Korea won 
바카라사이트 backstroke Lee Joo-ho (28, Seogwipo City Hall), breaststroke Choi Dong-yeol (24, Gangwon Provincial Office), butterfly Kim Young-beom (17, Gangwon Physical Education High School), and freestyle Hwang Seon-woo. (20, Gangwon Provincial Office) competed in that order and took second place, setting a new Korean record of 3 minutes 32.05 seconds.

In Asia, China, which has no rivals, took first place with a new Asian record of 3 minutes 27.01 seconds (previously 3 minutes 29.00 seconds), and Japan took third place with 3 minutes 32.52 seconds.

China's medley relay team consisted of Xu Jiayu, Qin Haiyang, Wang Changhao, and 
Fan Zhanle.

Japan jumped into the water in that order: Ryosuke Irie, Yuya Hinomoto, Katsuhiro Matsumoto, and Katsumi Nakamura.

‘Luxury Army’ China took the lead early on.

Korea and Japan fought fiercely for second place until the very end.

The winner was decided at the last minute.

Korea's last runner, Hwang Seon-woo, who started 0.08 seconds later than Japan, set a 100m record of 47.63 seconds.

Nakamura, the last Japanese runner, recorded a section record of 48.16 seconds.

Confirming his silver medal win and breaking the Korean record, Hwang Sun-woo raised his arms and roared.

It has been 13 years since Korea won a medal in the men's medley relay at the Asian Games since the 2010 Guangzhou Games, where it took second place.

At that time, Korea's Park Seon-gwan, Choi Gyu-woong, Jeong Doo-hee, and 
Park Tae-hwan led the race, and finished the race third in 3 minutes 38.30 seconds, following China (3:34.01) and Japan (3:34.10), but China was disqualified. He was promoted to second place that year.

He was disqualified in Incheon in 2014, and finished fifth in the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang.

This time, Korea took second place with a 'record' without anyone being disqualified.

Joo-ho Lee, Dong-yeol Choi, Young-beom Kim, and Sun-woo Hwang reduced the Korean record of 3:34.25 set at the 2023 Fukuoka World Championships on July 30 by 2.20 seconds in two months.

Sunwoo Hwang added a silver medal on this day and collected one gold (men's 800m relay), silver, and bronze (100m freestyle) medals at this competition before starting the main event, the 200m.

Breaststroke Cho Sung-jae (22, Goyang City Hall), butterfly Kim Ji-hoon (23, Daejeon Metropolitan City Sports Council), and freestyle Lee Ho-jun (22, Daegu Metropolitan City Hall), who participated in the preliminaries, also receive silver medals.

Sun-woo Hwang and Hojun Lee will compete side by side in the 200m freestyle on the 27th.

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