Korean swimming star Hwang Sun-woo received the spotlight as a player to watch at this Asian Games.

Woo Sang-hyuk was also mentioned as Barshim’s rival.

Reporter Seo Bong-guk reports.

Olympic.com, the official website of the Olympic Games, included Hwang Sun-woo, the only Korean athlete, among the 10 players to watch at the Asian Games.

He introduced himself as a two-time consecutive medalist at the World Aquatics Championships and analyzed, “There will be an exciting match with China’s Fan Zhanle in the 100m and 200m freestyle.”

In the 100m, 19-year-old Fan Zhanle, who holds the Asian record with a time of 47.22 seconds, is ahead of the previous Asian record holder, Hwang Sun-woo.

[Hwang Sun-woo / National swimming team: In the 100m freestyle, Fan Zhanle is setting a very good record, and I am training hard to keep up.] Olympic.com reported that Hwang Sun-woo is 0.03 seconds behind

Sun Yang’s Asian record in the 200m, and this year’s Based on season records, we shed light on the rivalry between Hwang Sun-woo and Fan Zhanle.

[Chinese broadcast comment: The men’s 200m freestyle at the Asian Games, where the winner is decided in less than 1 minute and 45 seconds, is the most competitive event.]

In the high jump category, the weight was placed on Barsim, the current strongest.

“Barsim chose the World Championships and Asian Games as the most important competitions of the year,” he said.

In fact, Barsim won gold medals in both Asian Games except for the Jakarta Games, which he did not attend.

Olympic.com said, “Barshim’s rival is Woo Sang-hyuk,” and that the two players’ season records are only 1cm apart.

[Woo Sang-hyuk / National Athletics Team: I will do my best until the Asian Games and win. Thank you so much to those who always support me.]

The race between Hwang Sun-woo and Fan Zhanle, which starts on the 24th, and the golden match between Barshim and Woo Sang-hyeok on the 4th of next month are already attracting attention as the highlights of this year’s Hangzhou Games.메이저사이트

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