Hwang Seon-woo (19, Gangwon-do Office), the signboard of Korean swimming, pledged to win the 200m freestyle at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Short Course (25m) World Swimming Championships for the second consecutive time.

Hwang Seon-woo said in an interview with the Korea Swimming Federation on the 15th, “I finished the 100m freestyle in the semifinals. I will focus on the remaining 800m relay and 200m freestyle.”

On the 14th, Hwang Sun-woo recorded 46.41 seconds in the men’s 100m freestyle semifinal held at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Center in Australia, ranking ninth out of 16 athletes. As a result, the top 8 players participating in the finals were frustrated. 스포츠토토

In the preliminaries, Hwang Seon-woo recorded a good time of 46.36 seconds, placing 6th out of 84 contestants, advancing to the semi-finals with 16 players competing. However, in the semi-finals, they performed poorly than in the preliminaries, and unfortunately missed the ticket to the finals.

Hwang Seon-woo said, “The local weather is cold and we are playing in an unfamiliar outdoor swimming pool. It is very difficult to manage our physical condition.”

In a difficult environment, Hwang Sun-woo will compete in the men’s 800m freestyle qualifiers on the 16th and the men’s 200m freestyle qualifiers on the 18th.

“In the 800m relay race, my goal is to advance to the finals and achieve good results by raising individual skills to the maximum,” said Hwang. I made up my mind.

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