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Kim Tae-hee, Park So-jin and Kim Jeong-hyun, in Asia Junior Athletics

Hammer Kim Tae-hee, Shot Put Park So-jin, hurdles Kim Jeong-hyun, 3rd place in Asia Junior Athletics

Kim Tae-hee (19, Iksan City Hall) won a bronze medal at the 2024 Asian Junior Athletics Championships (under 20 years old).

Kim Tae-hee threw 61m19 in the women’s hammer throw finals at the competition held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on the 26th (local time) and came in third place.

Zhang Jia Le, who threw 66m 79, failed to surpass Fang Ling (China), who threw 62m 35, but maintained third place. 카지노

Kim Tae-hee set a new Korean record of 64m14 in Hangzhou last September, making her the first Korean athlete to become an Asian Games women’s hammer throw medalist.

Kim Tae-hee, who placed third (59m 97) at the 2023 Asian Junior Athletics Championships held in Yecheon, South Korea in June last year, won a bronze medal at her second consecutive Asian Junior Championships.

After the game, Kim Tae-hee said through the Korea Athletics Federation, “The record was disappointing,” and “I will do my best to make up for my shortcomings through my experience at this competition and break the Korean record established at last year’s Asian Games at the World Junior Athletics Championships in August.”

Kim Jeong-hyeon (19, Pohang City Hall) took third place in the men’s 400m hurdles final with a time of 52.00 seconds.

Shota Fujigami (Japan) won with 49.97 seconds, and Tsai Yu-Chen (China) took second place with 51.88 seconds.

Kim Jeong-hyun, who ranked 6th in Yecheon last year with a time of 52.13 seconds, stood on the podium in Dubai this year.

Park So-jin (19, Korea National Sport University) also won a bronze medal in the women’s shot put finals, throwing 15m13.

China’s Ding Zhuhu (15m82) and Lin Xin (15m61) took first and second place.

As of today, Korean track and field has won 7 medals (2 silver and 5 bronze) in this competition.

On the 27th, the final day of the competition, men’s high jumper Choi Jin-woo (19, Yongin City Hall) will attempt to win the gold medal.

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