Ice Skating Federation ‘Team Kill Controversy’ Short track speed track Hwang Dae-heon did not collide intentionally.

Hwang Dae-heon “I will meet Park Ji-won in person and apologize”

The Korea Skating Federation concluded that “there was no intention” regarding the ‘team kill controversy’ involving Hwang Dae-heon (Gangwon Provincial Office) that occurred at the 2024 International Skating Union (ISU) Short Track World Championships.

The Ice Skating Federation said, “We conducted an investigation into whether the collision between national team members Park Ji-won (Seoul City Hall) and Hwang Dae-heon, which occurred at the 2024 ISU Short Track World Championships held on the 16th and 17th, was intentional and a team kill,” adding, “There was no intentionality at all. “We confirmed that there was absolutely no intention to team kill,” he announced.

Dae-heon Hwang and Ji-won Park clashed in the men’s 1500m final and 1000m final at the World Championships. This all happened while Dae-heon Hwang was trying to overtake Park Ji-won, who was ahead, and Dae-heon Hwang was eliminated after receiving a penalty. 안전놀이터

Dae-heon Hwang previously committed a foul by pushing Ji-won Park in the final of the second 1000m race of the first World Cup in October last year.

Controversy over intentionality arose when fouls against a specific player occurred three times in one season.

However, the federation said, “It is very unfortunate that a collision between our athletes, who possess world-class skills, is inevitable, but due to the nature of the sport, where competition for rankings between individuals rather than records is inevitable, collisions between athletes are a factor that can occur accidentally.” “We concluded that this conflict was also an extension of that,” he explained. 메이저사이트

Hwang Dae-heon expressed his intention to apologize to Park Ji-won during the investigation. He said, “It was not intentional, but I am truly sorry that my play caused damage and injured a fellow player. After the 1500m race, I immediately went to Jiwon Lee and apologized. “I didn’t have a chance to visit him during the 1000m, and I feel really sorry,” he said. “Jiwon is currently in Japan, so I plan to meet him and talk to him as soon as he returns.” He continued, “It really wasn’t intentional, and I think it was my lack of skill without any excuse.” He continued, “I will work hard to improve my play style so that I can show an even better side of myself as a member of the Korean short track national team in the future.” “I am truly sorry for causing concern,” he added. 토토사이트 추천

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