Korean Women’s Archery is Just One Win Away
[Asian Games] Women’s archery, ‘challenge for 7th consecutive victory’, wins over India and secures silver medal in team event
Korean women’s archery is just one win away from its 7th consecutive team event at the Asian Games.
Korea, with a team of Im Si-hyun (Korea National Sport University), Ansan (Gwangju Women’s University), and Choi Mi-seon (Gwangju Bank), defeated India with a set score of 6-6 in the semifinals of the women’s archery team event at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held at the archery range at the Fuyang Inhu Sports Center in Hangzhou, China on the 6th.
He won by 2 (56-54 57-54 55-57 57-52). 스포츠토토
Korea, which has not missed a gold medal in this event since the 1998 Bangkok Games,
now needs one more win to achieve its seventh consecutive Asian Games title.
Korea will clash with the winner of the Vietnam-China game for the gold medal at 12:35 p.m. Korean time.
Im Si-hyeon, Ansan, and Choi Mi-sun all secured their first Asian Games women’s team event medal by advancing to the finals.
The three players participated in the Asian Games for the first time.
While India scored all 10 points in the first three shots of the first set,
Korea only scored 28 points and seemed to give up the lead.
However, Ankita Barkat scored India’s fourth goal for 7 runs.
The Korean players succeeded in taking the first set by shooting 9 to 10 points without wavering, and carried the momentum to take the second set.
India started to chase by winning the third set, but that was all.
Korea sealed the victory with three shots for 10 points in the fourth set.
In the quarterfinals held earlier, Korea won revenge against Indonesia with a set score of 6-0 (54-50 57-49 55-51).
Indonesia is the team that suffered a shocking defeat to Korea in the round of 16 of the 2023 Berlin World Championships held last August.