After “high school student” Kim Tae-hee (18, Erie Public High School) won bronze in the women’s hammer throw on the first day of athletics at the Hangzhou Asian Games (Sept. 29), South Korean athletics failed to add a medal on the third day .Despite medalists in eight events on Day 2, the Korean flag was never raised at the awards ceremony .Ko Seung-hwan (25-Gwangju Metropolitan Government) finished seventh in the men’s 200-meter final in 21.06 later in the day at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Main Stadium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China. His final time was slower than his time in the semifinals (20.87).Koki Ueyama (JPN) won the event in 20.60.In the men’s 110m hurdles final, Kim Kyung-tae (26, Ansan City Hall) ran a personal best of 13.73 (previous 13.84) to finish seventh. Yaqoub Al-Youha (Kuwait) and Sunya Takayama (Japan) were identical to the nearest thousandth of a second at 13.409. This is the first time there has been a joint gold medal in the men’s 110-meter hurdles at an Asian Games .Al-Youha became the first Kuwaiti athlete to win the men’s 110-meter hurdles at an Asian Games .In the women’s pole vault final, Shin Soo-soo (25-KANGWON Athletic Association) finished eighth with a height of 3.60 meters .Li Rong (CHN), who holds the Asian record of 4m72, won her third straight Asian Games title with a meet record of 4m63.Lee Hee-jin (24, Cheongyang-guncheong) finished ninth out of 15 in the women’s long jump final with a distance of 6m06, while Kim Il-hyun (29, Gyeongju-si), who competed in the men’s discus, finished 10th out of 11 with a distance of 48m62.There are some medal contenders on Day 3. The Korean relay team of Lee Jung-tae (27-Anyang City Hall), Kim Kook-young (32-Gwangju Metropolitan City Hall), Lee Jae-sung (22-Korea Gymnastics University) and Park Won-jin (20-Sokcho City Hall) finished second overall in the men’s 400-meter dash in 38.75 seconds in the morning preliminaries and 카지노사이트킹 will look to break the Korean record (38.74) and win a medal for the first time since 1986 in the afternoon final.

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