the Korean national cycling representative, won the silver medal. I missed the gold medal by just one inch.
Na Areum competed in the women’s individual road race at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held on the road course at the Jiesou Sports Center in Chunan, Zhejiang Province, China on the 4th.
She passed the 139.7km section in 3 hours, 36 minutes and 07 seconds, placing her in second place out of 33 competitors. .
The gold medal was won by Yang Chen-yu (Hong Kong).
Although her and Na Areum’s times were the same down to the second, Yang Chenyu crossed the finish line faster and took first place.
Na-reum jumped to the lead with about 13km left before the finish line.
He went back and forth with Yang Qianyu, widening the distance from the other players.
The battle for the lead was fierce until the very end. . 카지노사이트
The two athletes entered the sprint section ahead of the finish line.
Yang Qianyu crossed the finish line first by a narrow margin.
Na-reum won a gold medal in the road solo, a bronze medal in the omnium, and a silver medal in the team pursuit at the 2014 Incheon Asian Games.
At the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games, he competed in both track and road and swept four gold medals in madison, team pursuit (track), road solo, and individual road (road).
I aimed for my second consecutive individual road victory in this competition, but had to be satisfied with a silver medal.
Also, in the previously held road solo, he ranked 5th out of 14 people.
I swallowed my disappointment by not only winning the competition three times in a row but also failing to win the prize.
Na-reum teamed up with Lee Joo-mi in the Madison track event and won a bronze medal.
In the track team pursuit she placed 4th.
If they win gold medals in this competition, they will be archery Yang Chang-hoon (53), equestrian Seo Jeong-gyun (61), swimming Park Tae-hwan (34), fencing Nam Hyun-hee (42), bowling Ryu Seo-yeon (35), and fencing Koo Bon-gil (34), the most gold medals among Korean athletes at the Asian Games.
It was possible to record a tie (6), but it was lost.
Na-reum, 32, participated in this tournament considering it to be her last Asian Games.
Although he did not win gold in ‘The Last Dance’, he left with valuable silver and bronze medals.
Na-reum said in an interview with Yonhap News after completing the personal road, “I tried not to rush…
I thought I would really regret it if I got caught at the end like this, so I hurried and tried to sprint early.
The regret remains.
It was really hard the whole time, so I’m very grateful (the silver medal),” he said.
Na-reum, who missed the gold medal in the ‘last Asian Games’ right before her eyes, said, “It’s disappointing.
I have a lot of regrets,” but said, “Still, this was the best I could do.
It’s better than ending without being able to do anything,” and said she would no longer participate in the Asian Games.