Daniel Biwesa Kasama (20, Ansan City Hall), the “hope of Korea’s short-distance athletics,” headed to the United States. This is because he decided that joint training with world-class players is necessary for the development of both himself and his team, Ansan City Hall, and his agency, Sema Sports Marketing.
On the 13th, Ansan City Cheongwa Sema Sports Marketing said, “Biwesa boarded a plane to the United States with his mother today. He will begin battery training for about two weeks in Florida, USA until the 24th.” Originally, Biwesa was scheduled to participate in the Ansan City Hall’s Jeju Island War Training, which will be held from this day, but he recently changed his destination to the United States. This training will be held at the US National Track and Field Training Center in Clermont, Florida. Biwesa trains with world-class athletes such as Noah Lyles카지노사이트 (26, USA) and Shaune Miller-Webo (29, Bahamas) under the guidance of sprint coach Evan Gregory (30, USA) of the US National Track and Field Training Center.
The resumes of the coaches and colleagues who will be with Biwesa are brilliant. Coach Gregory has been working as a coach for the US track and field team since April 2015, and Lyles is a world-class sprinter who has won eight gold medals in the World Championships and Diamond League, including the men’s 200m bronze medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Miller-Wibo also achieved two consecutive gold medals in the women’s 400m at the Tokyo Olympics, and is a world class player who won the World Championships, World Indoor Championships, and Diamond League.
Although the period is short, the experience gained this time is expected to be helpful to Biwesa for a long time. He is expected to be able to identify methods and training methods to close the gap with the world’s best players, and to give and receive feedback directly with coaches and players in terms of technology.
After graduating from Wongok High School in Ansan last year, Biwesa has been growing under coach Lee Young-sook (57) of Ansan City Hall, who holds the Korean record (11.49 seconds) in women’s 100m. In April of last year, she marked her personal best of 10 seconds 44 in the men’s 100m at the National Track and Field Championships, becoming the next generation sprinter to succeed Kim Kook-young (32, Gwangju Metropolitan City Office), the Korean record holder (10 seconds 07). He emerged as a signboard runner.