Swimming Jo Giseong, Paralympic Asian Games 100m Freestyle

Swimming Jo Giseong, Paralympic AG 100m Freestyle Silver Medal… 7th Medal in Total

Paralympic swimmer Jo Giseong (Sports Grade S4, Busan Sports Association for the Disabled) decorated his 7th career Asian Para Games medal in silver.

Jo Giseong hit the mark with a record of 1 minute 30.03 seconds in the men’s 100m freestyle swimming final at the 2022 Hangzhou Para Asian Games held at the Olympic Sports Center swimming pool in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on the 24th.

Jo Giseong, who finished the race 5.07 seconds behind first place Suzuki Takayuki (Japan, 1 minute 24.96 seconds), won the silver medal.

With this, Jo Giseong won the individual medal in the Asian Para Games.

He won his 7th medal in total.

Jo Giseong, who won one gold, silver, and bronze medal at the 2014 Incheon Games, won three silver medals at the 2018 Indonesia Games.

This competition got off to a good start by winning a silver medal from the first match. 카지노사이트 추천

After the match, Jo Giseong said, “I was aiming for a gold medal, but it’s disappointing.

However, I am satisfied with just beating my season’s best time of 1 minute and 31 seconds.

He continued, “Suzuki (who took first place) did really well.

I want to say congratulations,” and added, “I want to prepare hard for the remaining competitions and achieve good results.”

I expected that.

On this day, the final was held earlier in the morning due to the circumstances of the organizing committee.

Jo Giseong, who was notified of the schedule change the evening before, gave up on the 200m freestyle preliminaries held at the same time and focused on the 100m finals.

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