Joo Jae-hoon And So Chae-won Lose To India
First medal in Korean archery competition… Second place in the compound mixed competition for the second time in a row
Joo Jae-hoon (Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power) and So Chae-won (Hyundai Mobis) won a silver medal in the compound archery mixed team event (mixed event) at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.
Joo Jae-hoon and So Chae-won lost 158-159 to India’s Oyas Praveen Deotale and Jyoti Surekha Bennam in the final of the compound archery mixed event held at the Fuyang Inhu Sports Center archery range in Hangzhou, China on the 4th.
As a result, Korean archery has won silver medals in this event for the second time in a row, following the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games, when mixed competition was first introduced. 먹튀검증가이드
This is the first medal won by Korean archery in this competition.
Joo Jae-hoon, a former archery enthusiast, won a silver medal at the Asian Games, his first event in his career.
After five attempts, Joo Jae-hoon entered the Asian Games stage wearing the Taegeuk symbol.
He is currently working as a police officer at Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Company, and came to Hangzhou on leave of absence from his company.
Joo Jae-hoon challenges for the gold medal in the men’s team event.
In the men’s individual event, he is in the bronze medal match.
So Chae-won, who won a gold medal in the team event and a silver medal in the mixed event at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games, had to be satisfied with a silver medal in the mixed event for the second time in a row.
So Chae-won is challenging for two gold medals in the women’s individual event and the women’s team event.
In the women’s individual event, they are in the finals.
The women’s team event will be held from the quarterfinals to the final on the 5th.
On this day, Korea gave up a one-point lead to India, where So Chae-won scored 9 points with her first shot in the first end and hit all 4 shots for 10 points.
Korea, which continued to chase without wavering, seemed to have a chance to turn the tables when Deotale scored 9 points with the first shot of the third end.
Joo Jae-hoon and So Chae-won scored 10 points on all four shots in the third end to tie the score at 119-119.
But the reversal did not occur.
In the 4th end, India shot all 10 points, and Korea’s So Chae-won scored 9 points with one shot.
In the third place match held earlier, Chinese Taipei defeated Kazakhstan with a score of 157-154 to win the bronze medal.