the ‘cabbage boy’, decorated his first medal of the season with a silver medal.
Lee Sang-ho won the runner-up in the 2022-2023 FIS Snowboard World Cup men’s parallel slalom final held in Blue Mountains, Ontario, Canada on the 27th (Korean time) and won a silver medal.
Lee Sang-ho, who was the men’s champion in the alpine category of the Snowboard World Cup last season, was runner-up to Benjamin Karl (Austria) in the final, but succeeded in getting his first medal this season.바카라사이트
Prior to this tournament, Lee Sang-ho’s best result this season was 9th in the opening match in Germany last December.
Lee Sang-ho recorded 1:16:94 in the preliminaries with 48 players that day, advancing to the round of 16 in first place.
Lee Sang-ho, who beat Jan Kosir (Slovenia) by 0.42 seconds in the round of 16, advanced to the semifinals by beating Alexander Fire (Austria) by only 0.10 seconds in the quarterfinals.
Lee Sang-ho, who advanced to the final by beating Oskar Kwiatkowski (Poland) by 0.47 seconds in the semi-finals, failed to finish in the final race and finished in second place.
It is the first time Lee Sang-ho has won a medal at the World Cup in 10 months since the bronze medal at the German tournament in March last year.
Lee Sang-ho, a silver medalist at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, has won one gold medal, five silver medals, and five bronze medals in his career at the FIS World Cup so far.
Lee Sang-ho, whose hometown is Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do, earned the nickname ‘cabbage boy’ from fans after an anecdote was revealed that he practiced snowboarding in a cabbage field in the highlands when it snowed because there was no suitable place to practice.
Together, Kim Sang-gyeom (34, High1), who participated, ranked 24th.
Lee Sang-ho and Kim Sang-gyeom are aiming for a prize by participating in another parallel competition held at the same place on the 28th.