Even some of the biggest sports stars in the world were nervous as they competed to become candidates for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes’ Commission South Korean volleyball star Kim Yeon-kyung, 35, told reporters before her interview with the IOC Evaluation Commission for Athlete Candidates at the Olympic Parktel in Songpa-gu, Seoul, on Tuesday, “I’m very nervous. I’ve played a lot of competitions, but I don’t know if I’ve ever been this nervous,” she said, adding, “I’ve prepared and studied a lot, so I’ll do well The interview is part of the process to select one candidate to represent Korea in the IOC Athletes’ Commission selection process for next year’s Paris Olympics In addition to Kim, golf’s Park In-bee (35), taekwondo’s Lee Dae-hoon (31), shooting’s Jin Jong-oh (44) and badminton’s Kim So-young (31) are in the running The Athletes’ Commissioners serve as a bridge between the IOC and athletes and can contribute to sports diplomacy, with the same rights and responsibilities as IOC 카지노사이트 members “I had always vaguely dreamed of a career in sports administration or diplomacy, but as I was approaching the end of my career, I thought about what I could do for the sport and decided to become an IOC Athlete Commissioner,” Kim explained Veteran Jin Jong-oh, a second-time candidate, was equally nervous” I’m excited because it’s an interview to select someone to represent Korea, and I feel a different kind of nervousness than during the Olympics. “I’ve been playing for the national team for 20 years, half my life, and now I’m dreaming of a life supporting athletes,” he said During the selection process leading up to the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, Jin Jong-oh, who was in the final competition with current IOC Athlete Commissioner Yoo Seung-min (head of the Korean Table Tennis Association) but lost out, said, “I was able to prepare harder through that experience,” adding that he studied English for three hours a day and took private lessons Lee Dae-hoon, a representative of Korea’s dominant taekwondo sport, said, “I’m a little nervous because it’s my first official interview. It’s not as much as I thought, but it’s about the same as when I compete,” he said, adding, “I did my best to prepare “I studied a lot about English and the IOC,” he said, emphasizing that he prepared for the interview with image training. “I think I can do a good job in developing taekwondo, which is the flag of Korea, and contribute a little to the development of Korean sports.”

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