Lee Si-hyun won her third gold medal with a set score of 6-0 (29-26, 29-26, 29-28) in the women’s individual final of the archery recurve at the Hangzhou Asian Games against her “national team mate” Ansan at the Archery Center in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on the 7th. Lee Si-hyun, who previously won gold medals in the women’s team event and mixed event, won three Asian Games archery medals for the first time in 37 years since the 1986 Seoul Games.
At the Seoul competition, current women’s national team coach Ahn Chang-hoon won four gold medals, and Kim Jin-ho and Park Jung-ah won three gold medals each. Lee achieved such a feat in his first competition at the age of his terms and conditions. Ansan also unfortunately suffered a setback in the individual event at the Asian Games, which he participated in for the first time. The competition ended with one gold medal (group competition) and one silver medal (individual competition).
Korean archery ‘house fight’ in Hangzhou. Lee Jung-hyun, who ranked first in the ranking round, was scared. In the first set, Lee took a 29-26 lead against Ansan, which failed to shoot 10 points out of three shots, shooting 10-9-10 points.
In the second set, Lee also led 29-26, the same score as in the first set. Ansan, which shot eight points once in the team event on the 6th, hit the first two of the three shots in the second set with eight points. He looked shaky. 스포츠토토
Ansan showed signs of survival by shooting 28 points in the third set, but lost 28-29 with Lee’s remarkable concentration of losing only one point. The game ended blandly than expected. Lee Jung-hyun won with a set score of 6-0, and Ansan congratulated his younger brother.