Park Ji-won (27, Seoul City Hall), the ace of the men’s short track speed skating team, stood tall in the world’s best position after a long period of endurance.
Park Ji-won won the gold medal in the men’s 1,000m second race at the 2022-2023 International Skating Union (ISU) Short Track World Cup 6th competition held in Dordrecht, the Netherlands on the 13th (Korean time) with a record of 1 minute 25 seconds 359, followed by a men’s gold medal. He also led the championship as the last runner in the 5,000m relay.
Park Ji-won, who won the men’s 1,500m on the 12th, won three gold medals in this competition, and marked a total of 1,068 points in the World Cup rankings, ranking first in the individual overall at the 2022-2023 World Cup.
He won the ‘Crystal Globe’ given to the overall winner of the season, beating Hong Kyung-hwan (674 points, Goyang City Hall) in second place and Stephen Dubois (668 points, Canada) in third place by a large margin.
Park Ji-won, who won 3 gold medals in the first World Cup competition, won 1 gold medal and 3 silver medals in the 2nd competition, and 2 gold medals and 1 silver medal in the 3rd competition.
Park Ji-won, who won three gold medals and two gold medals in the 4th and 5th competitions, respectively, won 3 gold medals in the last World Cup this season and decorated the finale splendidly.
Park Ji-won’s race on this day was amazing. In the early stages of the men’s 1,000m final, he could hardly find a way out.
Park Ji-won, who was running in 3rd place with 3 laps to go from the finish line, increased her speed to move up to the lead, but was blocked by the players in front and could not make room.
Park Ji-won gritted his teeth once again. He got out of the course and continued his sprint.
He overtook Pascal Dion (Canada) and Luca Spetsenhauser (Italy) at once on the last lap to rise to first place and then crossed the finish line intact.
Park Ji-won also performed exceptionally well in the men’s 5,000m relay final.
The Korean national team, featuring Park Ji-won, Lim Yong-jin (Goyang City Hall), Lee Dong-hyeon (Uijeongbu Guangdong High School), and Kim Tae-seong (Dankook University) competed against China, Japan and Kazakhstan.
The national team ran first throughout the race, and with two laps left at the finish line, the national team engaged in a second match with China.
Park Ji-won, the last runner from Korea, competed with Xiaojun Lin (Korean name Hyo-jun Lim) of China for the gold medal.
Park Ji-won, who kept first place, had a rough fight with Lin Shao-jun, who had been terrifyingly chasing him, on the last straight line, and cut the finish line first with a narrow gap.
South Korea won the gold medal with a time of 6:47:048, and China, with Lin Xiaojun at the fore, won the silver medal with a time of 6:47:090.
Park Ji-won’s overall victory is meaningful. Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the World Cup this season, the ISU awarded a special trophy, the Crystal Globe, to the men and women who ranked first in overall results from the 1st to 6th World Cup competitions. Park Ji-won became the first winner.
Park Ji-won has lived a long 카지노사이트unknown life. Park Ji-won, who wore the Taegeuk mark in the 2015-2016 season, failed to stand out as he was repeatedly pushed back by major players such as Lin Xiaojun and Hwang Dae-heon (Gangwon Provincial Office). The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics and the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics were eliminated from the national selection round and only watched from a distance.
After twists and turns, Park Ji-won, who wore the Taegeuk mark again this season, spent the best season as the ace of the men’s national team.
The short track men’s national team looked bleak this season due to ace Hwang Dae-heon’s injury, but Park Ji-won played a leading role and brilliantly filled the void.
Park Ji-won plans to decorate the finale of the 2022-2023 season through the World Championships held in Seoul next month.
Meanwhile, in the men’s 500m final held earlier, Lim Yong-jin won the silver medal with a time of 40 seconds 851. The gold medal went to Lin Xiaojun.
Xiaojun Lin won the men’s 500m in a row following his fifth World Cup event.
Kim Gil-ri (Seo Hyeon-go), the promising star of the women’s national team, won the silver medal in the women’s 1,000m second race final with a record of 1:33:037, following Courtney Seo-ro (1:32:930, Canada).
The overall championship in the women’s division was won by Shizaner Swielting (Netherlands) who scored 1,062 points. Gilly Kim came in 4th with 700 points.