‘Hangzhou Triple Crown’ Kim Woo-Min Wins Four National Championships

Hwang Sun-woo attempts to become the third consecutive MVP of the tournament

Gangwon-do’s Kim Min-joon, Yang Jae-hoon, Kim Woo-min and Hwang Sun-woo (from left) celebrate

after winning the gold medal in the men’s 400-meter freestyle relay during the medal ceremony of the

men’s general category at the National Championships on Sunday. Kim Woo-min won his fourth gold

medal and Hwang Sun-woo his third.

Kim Woo-min, who was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the Korean team after winning three

swimming titles at the Hangzhou Asian Games, has won four medals at the National Games.

The Gangwon-do swimmer won the men’s 400-meter freestyle final in 3:46.7 on Sunday at the Mokpo

Indoor Swimming Pool in Mokpo, South Jeolla Province, before teaming up with Hwang Sun-woo to win

the 400-meter medley relay in 3:15.94. It was Kim’s fourth gold medal of the Games after winning the

1500m freestyle (15:15.75) on Thursday and the 800m freestyle relay (7:18.42) on Friday.

Despite a bout of food poisoning shortly before the start of the competition, Kim was able to keep her

form in check and continue her run of three Asian Games gold medals. Kim won gold in the 800-meter

freestyle, 400-meter freestyle, and 800-meter freestyle relay, and silver in the 1500-meter freestyle at the

Hangzhou Asian Games.

Hwang Sun-woo, who won two medals at the Asian Games, including a gold in the 800-meter freestyle

relay with Kim Woo-min, became a triple medalist in the 200-meter freestyle and 800-meter freestyle

relay. While Kim Woo-min is done, Hwang will be back in the hunt for gold in the 100-meter freestyle on

Aug. 18 and the 400-meter medley relay on Aug. 19. Hwang is attempting to become the first swimmer in

history to be named MVP of three consecutive national championships. 카지노사이트존

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