‘Cycling Empress’ Na-reum, end of athlete career “I left when we were applauding.”

Korea’s cycling legend Na-reum, called the ‘Cycling Empress’, has put an end to her career as an athlete.Na-reum said in a phone call with Yonhap News on the 5th, “I have finished my active career. Last month, I received an offer to coach from the Daegu City Hall cycling team, and I accepted.”He said, “I was thinking about retiring because I had been suffering from injuries for a long time and accidents occurred during training and games. I have been pedaling as a player for over 20 years, but now I am starting as a coach.”Na-reum has been a leading figure in women’s cycling for over 10 years. He made his name known by shortening the Korean record by 4 seconds with a time of 3 minutes 39.518 seconds in the 3km individual pursuit event at the World Track Championships held in Denmark in March 2010.He was twenty at that time.

The following year, she became the first Korean athlete to win a gold medal in the women’s points event at the first Track World Cup of the International Cycling Union (UCI).In 2014, he participated in the Incheon Asian Games and won the road solo race, winning a precious gold medal for Korean cycling.With her momentum rising, Na-reum achieved the feat of winning four gold medals at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games.At the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held last year, he participated in the individual road event and passed the 139.7 km section in 3 hours, 36 minutes and 07 seconds, but narrowly won the silver medal.At the 104th National Sports Festival held shortly after, he showed off his skills by winning four gold medals.Although she is still the best athlete, Na-reum gave up her right to participate in the Paris Olympics in 슬롯게이밍 July and got off her bicycle.

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