Silver Medal in ‘First Time’ Taekwondo Mixed Team Event

[Asian Games] Silver Medal in ‘First Time’ Taekwondo Mixed Team Event… Close Loss to Host Country China

Unfortunately, we lost in the third round with a total score of 77-84

Chinese spectators cheer their country passionately

In the finals of the Taekwondo sparring mixed team event,

which debuted at the Hangzhou Asian Games, Korea lost a close match to the host country,

China, and won a silver medal.

Mixed Team Event

Korea, consisting of Park Woo-hyuk, Seo Geon-woo (Korea National Sport University),

Lee Da-bin, and Kim Jan-di (Samsung S-1),

defeated the Chinese team (Chui Yang, Song Zhaoxiang, Song Jie, Zhou Zeqi) lost with a total score of 77-84 in the third round.

The mixed team event, which was introduced for the first time in the Asian Games, involves four people,

two men and two women, forming a team and competing in a one-on-one format.

Entry criteria are based on body weight.

The combined weight of two men must not exceed 160 kg,

the combined weight of two women must not exceed 135 kg.

The first round lasted 4 minutes, and the second and third rounds lasted three minutes each. 온라인카지노

In the first round, four players change for one minute each,

in the second and third rounds, players can be changed at any time.

National Team

However, only players of the same gender compete against each other.

The national team, which led 30-21 in the first round,

was pushed back to 22-28 in the second round,

perhaps influenced by the Chinese spectators cheering for their country in the stadium.

The national team, which started the third round trailing 57-60,

tied the score at 66-66 1 minute and 37 seconds before the end of the game,

but gave up 6 points 1 minute and 19 seconds before the end,

widening the score gap to 70-77 and resulting in defeat.

It got darker.

From 15 seconds before the end of the game, which was tied at 77-79,

they attempted to turn the tables by actively targeting head attacks,

but in the end, they were unable to turn the game around and had to accept a loss by 7 points.

When China’s victory was confirmed, the audience simultaneously cheered and expressed their joy at defeating Korea, the ‘homeland’ of taekwondo.

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