World Championships Men's 200m Freestyle Semi-Final

World Championships Men's 200m Freestyle Semi-Final

World Championships Men's 200m Freestyle Semi-Final 6th Place Finalist

Hwang Seon-woo and accompanied to the finals… Lee Ho-joon "It's really good that I kept my promise with Seon-woo"

Lee Ho-jun (22, Daegu Metropolitan City) wrote a new 카지노사이트 history of Korean swimming together with Hwang Seon-woo (20, Gangwon-do).

Finally, Korean swimmers send two athletes to the starting line at the same time in the management finals of the World Championships.

Hwang Seon-woo's advance to the final was the result that many expected, but Lee Ho-joon's advancing to the final together exceeded expectations.

Lee Ho-jun won the final ticket with a record of 1:45:93 in the 2023 International Swimming Federation Fukuoka World Championships Men's 200m Freestyle Semifinal held at Marine Messe Fukuoka Hall in Fukuoka, Japan on the 24th, with a record of 1:45:93, placing third in two groups and sixth overall.

Previously, Hwang Seon-woo passed the semi-finals in Group 1 with a time of 1:45:07,

Third place overall, and Lee Ho-jun and Hwang Seon-woo will compete together in the 200m freestyle final to be held on the afternoon of the 25th.

This is the first time that a Korean player has advanced to the final in the management world championships.

After the match, Lee Ho-jun said, "Before the match, I promised to meet (Hwang) Seon-woo in the finals.

It's really nice to be able to keep my promise with my younger brother." do," he said.

On this day, Lee Ho-jun stayed in the 5th or 6th place until the middle of the game, then showed explosive acceleration in the last 50m section.

Even though he failed to break his own freestyle 200m record of 1:45.70, he made it to the final, saying,

"It's a pity in terms of record. Still, it's a difficult opportunity, so I want to achieve good results in the final."

Just imagining the scene of standing on the starting line with Hwang Seon-woo already makes my heart tremble.

Lee Ho-jun emphasized, "It's my first time, so I can't imagine.

Our personalities match well and we're getting along well as seniors and juniors, so I wonder if there will be a positive influence. We'll support each other and finish well."

Then, he was delighted, saying, "It seems that the two players have accomplished a difficult task in the finals of the individual event, so I hope that they will become an example to the juniors."

In the semifinals, Lee Ho-jun split the water with David Popovic (Romania), the strongest player in the men's 200m freestyle.

Popovich took first place overall in the semifinals with a time of 1:44.70.

Lee Ho-jun said, "I wanted to follow Popovich at a very fast pace, but I was still lacking, so I immediately focused on my race."

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