World Championships Management Begins on the 11th

World Championships Management Begins on the 11th… Swimming Media “Korea Expected 3 Medals”

Swimswap predicts ‘Hwang Seon-woo 1st place in 200m freestyle, 3rd place in 100m freestyle, 2nd place in men’s 800m relay’

Swimming media outlet Swimswam predicted that Korea will win three medals in the management event at the 2024 World Aquatics Championships.

If SwimSwam’s prediction is correct, Korean swimming will receive the brightest report card in the history of the World Championships. 카지노사이트위키

The 2024 World Aquatics Championships, currently underway in Doha, Qatar,

are expected to heat up starting on the 11th.

Management, a popular event at the World Aquatics Championships,

opens on the afternoon of the 11th in Korean time and runs until the morning of the 19th.

SwimSwam predicted that Korea would win one gold medal, one silver medal, and one bronze medal in this competition.

Ace Hwang Seon-woo (Gangwon Provincial Office) won the 200m freestyle and took third place in the 100m, and along with Hwang Sun-woo, Kim Woo-min (Gangwon Provincial Office),

Lee Ho-jun (Jeju City Hall), and Lee Yu-yeon (Goyang City Hall),

who opened a renaissance in Korean swimming, won the men’s 800m freestyle relay.

Swimswam’s prediction is that it will take second place.

At previous world championships, Korean swimming won two gold medals, one silver medal, and three bronze medals.

Management Park Tae-hwan ranked first in the 400m freestyle and third in the 200m at the 2007 Melbourne Games, and won the gold medal in the 400m freestyle in Shanghai in 2011.

In Gwangju in 2019, diving Kim Su-ji (Ulsan Metropolitan City Hall) won a bronze medal in the women’s springboard 1m.

Hwang Seon-woo (Gangwon Provincial Office) ranked second in the men’s 200m freestyle in Budapest in 2022 and third in Fukuoka in 2023.

There have yet to be multiple Korean athletes on the podium in a single competition.

Winning more than three medals is something I never dreamed of.

However, this time, the prospect of ‘three medals’ came out in foreign media, not in Korea, which excited Korean swimming.

Men’s freestyle powerhouses such as David Popovich (Romania) and Kyle Chalmers (Australia) did not participate in this competition, and Matthew Richards and Tom Dean (Great Britain),

who took first and second place in the men’s 200m freestyle at the Fukuoka World Championships last year, participated in the 200m freestyle. I gave up.

Living Legend’ Katie Ledecky (USA), 5-gold winner Molly O’Callaghan (Australia) at the 2023 Fukuoka Games, 4-gold winner Qin Haiyang (China),

3-gold winner Kaylee McCum (Australia), and 2-gold winner Summer McIntosh (Canada).

Not only the multiple winners of the competition,

but also international stars such as Ariane Titmus (Australia),

Caleb Dressel (USA), and Zhang Yufei (China) did not come to Doha.

Although the absence of many stars had a negative impact on box office success,

Korean swimming had the opportunity to achieve its best performance ever.

Sunwoo Hwang is considered a strong candidate to win the 200m freestyle.

Swimswap predicted that Hwang Sun-woo would become the 200m freestyle champion,

beating rivals Pan Zhanle (China) and Luke Hobson (USA).

For the men’s 200m freestyle, the preliminary round will be held on the afternoon of the 12th,

the semifinals will be held on the morning of the 13th, and the winner of the medal will be decided on the morning of the 14th.

In the 100m freestyle, which has yet to reach the finals of the World Championships,

Hwang Sun-woo was mentioned as a ‘medal candidate’.

SwimSwam predicted that first to third place in the 100m freestyle would be Pan Zanler, Alessandro Miresi (Italy), and Hwang Sun-woo.

Britain, Australia, and the United States, who won the men’s 800m relay medal at last year’s Fukuoka Games and secured qualification for the Paris Olympics,

lost their power in the relay event at this event, and the ‘strongest in Asia’ men’s 800m relay team won the first team medal at the World Championships in Korean swimming history.

The likelihood of success has also increased.

SwimSwam predicted that Korea would take second place after Great Britain in the men’s 800m relay.

The Korean men’s 800m relay team will hold preliminaries on the afternoon of the 16th and compete for a medal on the morning of the 17th.

Kim Woo-min, who was ranked 5th in the predicted rankings by SwimSwam,

is also aiming for a medal in the men’s 400m freestyle.

In the 400m freestyle, only gold medalist Samuel Short (Australia),

who ranked 1st to 4th at last year’s Fukuoka Games, will not participate.

If Kim Woo-min wins against Ahmed Hafnaoui (Tunisia),

2nd place in the last competition and Tokyo Olympic champion,

Lucas Martens (Germany), 3rd place in Fukuoka, and Guilhermi Costa (Brazil),

4th place, he will become 13th since Park Tae-hwan at the 2011 Shanghai Games. 파워볼사이트

He becomes the first Korean athlete to reach the podium in this event in 20 years.

The men’s 400m freestyle preliminaries will be held on the afternoon of the 11th,

Korean time, and the finals will be held on the morning of the 12th.

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