Hwang Seon-woo, 5th place in the first backstroke 100m game ’56 seconds 08’… Lee Joo-ho won (overall 2 steps)

 ‘Korean swimmer’ Hwang Seon-woo (Gangwon Provincial Office) ranked 5th in the first ‘backstroke single event’ after registering as an athlete in 2015.

Hwang Seon-woo finished the race in 56.08 seconds in the men’s 100m backstroke final at the 18th Jeju Halla Cup National Swimming Championships held at the indoor swimming pool of Jeju Sports Complex in Jeju Island on the afternoon of the 15th and placed 5th.메이저사이트

Hwang Seon-woo, who finished 3rd in Group 1 with a time of 57.10 in the preliminaries this morning and 7th overall in the preliminaries with 14 players, reduced his record by 1.02 seconds in the finals.

For Hwang Seon-woo, a “world-class athlete” who won the silver medal in the men’s 200m freestyle at the 2022 World Swimming Championships, “fifth place in the domestic competition” is an unfamiliar report card.

To that extent, Bae Young is also unfamiliar to Hwang Seon-woo.

Hwang Seon-woo said through his agency All That Sports ahead of Halla Bae, “This is the first time I’ve played an official backstroke game after registering as a player.”

In fact, even if you look at the records of the Korea Swimming Federation and the World Swimming Federation, there is no record of Hwang Seon-woo’s participation in backstroke.

The Korea Swimming Federation has compiled all domestic records since May 2015, when Hwang Seon-woo was ‘registered as a player’. He has records for individual events such as freestyle, butterfly, individual medley, team events for relay and medley relay, but no record for backstroke.

When Hwang Seon-woo was a student at Seoul Physical Education High School, he participated in individual medley (butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle) 200m and split the water 50m with backstroke.

However, even in high school, she did not participate in a single backstroke event, and since last year when she joined the unemployment team, she has not competed in individual medley events.

Hwang Seon-woo, who had a ‘baestroke debut match’ in the Halla Bae Preliminaries, smiled after checking his record. Although he failed to win the prize, he showed off his talent as a ‘swimming genius’ by shortening his record to 56 seconds 08 in the finals.

For Hwang Seon-woo, who won the right to participate in the 2023 Fukuoka World Aquatics Championships in the 200m and 100m freestyle, the main event, participating in Hallabae has a strong ‘training’ nature.

In particular, Baekyoung is still close to a ‘hobby’ to Hwang Sun-woo.

Hwang Sun-woo shows interest in individual medley, but plans to focus on freestyle until 2024, when the Paris Olympics are held.

First of all, before Hwang began training for the Fukuoka World Championships in earnest, he refreshed himself by playing backstroke.

Lee Joo-ho, the strongest Korean backstroker, set a new record of 55.29 seconds in the 100m preliminaries (previous record of 55.84) and rose to first place.

Lee Ju-ho holds the Korean record for the 100m backstroke with a time of 53.32 seconds.

Kim Woo-min (Gangwon Provincial Office), whose main event is freestyle mid-long distance, came second in the 100m backstroke with a time of 54.93 seconds.

Through his agency All That Sports, Kim Woo-min said, “I am very happy to have placed second in the backstroke, which is not the main event. I am very satisfied with the record of 54 invitations, which is 1 second earlier than the preliminaries (55 seconds 93).” I will do my best to finish the 100m freestyle well and train hard for the rest of the time so that I can get better results in future international competitions.”

Kim Seo-yeong (Gyeongbuk Provincial Office), a Korean female swimmer, won the 100m butterfly with a time of 58.89 seconds.

Kim Seo-young said, “I was disappointed with the record (58 seconds 48) in the national team selection event last March, so I competed in the same event again. Through this competition, I was able to clearly know how to prepare in the future. I will prepare well for the competition,” he said.

Kim Seo-young will compete in her main event on the 17th, the 200m individual medley.

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