Korea sets Asian record in men’s 800m freestyle relay…first team gold in history

‘Hwang Sun-woo and the Golden Generation’ set an Asian record and gave Korean swimming its first ever team gold medal at an Asian Games.

The Korean men’s 800-meter freestyle relay team of Yang Jae-hoon (25-Gangwon Provincial Government), Lee Ho-joon (22-Daegu Metropolitan City), Kim Woo-min (22) and Hwang Sun-woo (20-Isangwon Provincial Government) were the first to touch the touchpad in 7:01.73 in the men’s 800-meter freestyle relay final at the Hangzhou Asian Games 2022 at the Hangzhou Olympic Center Swimming Pool in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on Friday.

The time of 7:01.73 is an Asian record, shaving 0.53 seconds off Japan’s record of 7:02.26 set at the 2009 World Championships in Rome, 14 years ago.

This was before regulations on the shape and material of the swimsuits that produced the record.

South Korea, which had previously won only four silver medals in the team event relay (women’s 400-meter freestyle relay in Beijing in 1990, men’s 800-meter freestyle relay in Hiroshima in 1994, men’s 400-meter medley relay in Guangzhou in 2010, and women’s 400-meter medley relay in Incheon in 2014), made history by winning gold in the men’s 800-meter freestyle relay in Hangzhou.

A new Asian record doubled the joy.

Hosts China (Wang Shun, New Guangsheng, Yang Haoyu, Fan Zhanle) were hoping to regain the top spot for the first time in 13 years since Guangzhou 2010, but finished second in 7:03.40, 1.67 seconds behind South Korea.

Despite fielding a strong team that included Fan Zhanle, who won the 100-meter freestyle the day before, Yang Haoyu, who finished second, and Wang Sun, 온라인카지노 who won gold in the 200-meter individual medley, the swimmers who have sparked a renaissance in Korean swimming were faster.

Japan finished third in 7:06.29.

Hwang Sun-woo, who had won bronze in the 100-meter freestyle the day before, struck gold for his second individual Asian Games medal, while Lee Ho-joon, Kim Woo-min and Yang Jae-hoon, as well as preliminaries Lee Yoo-yeon (Korea Gymnastics) and Kim Gun-woo (Dokdo Sports), also won their first Asian Games gold medals.

In the final, the first Korean runner, Yang Jae-hoon, finished the race in 1:46.83, just 0.87 seconds behind Wang Sun in 1:45.96.

After Yang’s smooth start, No. 2 Lee Ho-joon picked up the pace and passed the Chinese at the 300-meter mark. Lee clocked 1:45.36, 1.32 seconds faster than New Guangsheng (1:46.68).

South Korea widened the gap further as No. 3 Kim Woo-min clocked 1:44.50 to beat Yang Haowei (1:45.99).

The final Korean runner, Hwang Sun-woo (1:45.04), who entered the water 1.94 seconds ahead of China, held off the challenge of Pan Zhan-li (1:44.77) to reach the finish line where his teammates were waiting.

His teammates, including Kim Woo-min, who had been shouting “hurry up,” roared as he touched the touchpad.

Hwang, Lee, and the rest of the Korean men’s 800-meter freestyle relay team said, “All four members of the relay did so well in training that I thought, ‘Is this a Korean record?’ We’ve been training really hard,” said Hwang, adding, “In the 800-meter freestyle relay, we’re not only trying to break the Korean record (7:04.07) but also the Asian record.”

Armed with grueling training and trust in their teammates, the Korean relay team achieved both goals in the actual competition: an Asian record and a gold medal. 슬롯

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Oh Sang-wook stops Goo Bon-gil’s 4-game losing streak, “I’m nervous about losing five years ago”

Oh Sang-wook (Daejeon Metropolitan City Hall), who won gold in the men’s sabre individual competition at the Asian Games after defeating the reigning champion Koo Bon-gil (Korea National Sports Promotion Organization), admitted that he was nervous in the final moments of the match as he remembered his “one-point defeat” five years ago.

“I remember losing in the final at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games, so I was very nervous,” Oh said at a press conference after winning the men’s individual sabre event at the Hangzhou Asian Games 2022 at the Hangzhou University of Electronic Science and Technology Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China, on Friday. “I’m glad I was able to control my game in the second half.”

Oh Sang-wook, the silver medalist in the individual event at the Jakarta Games, defeated Goo Bon-gil 15-7 in the final to win his first individual gold medal at the Asian Games.

Oh, who also reached the final five years ago in his Asian Games debut, but had to settle for runner-up honors after failing to overcome the senior Koo’s dominance at the time, won the ‘final return match’ in style to end Koo’s bid for a fourth straight individual title.

“I didn’t focus on records like (Koo’s) four straight losses. “I was relaxed because it was a Korean final and we had secured 1-2,” he said, adding, “I just wanted to win in this situation and win the gold medal rather than thinking about the last Asian Games.

For Oh, the gold medal in the individual event was even more meaningful as he was rushing to rehabilitate after undergoing surgery for an ankle injury last November.

“I didn’t have much time to recover from my injury,” he said, “but my teammates told me, ‘You’re good, you can do it,’ so I was able to find my confidence,” he added.

“It was a good opportunity to measure my ‘combat power’ ahead of the Paris Olympics, which is less than a year away,” he said, adding, “I was very nervous, but I don’t have many opportunities to play in such an environment, so I am more honored to win the gold medal.” 스포츠토토

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‘Golden day’ on opening day as swimming’s Hwang Sun-woo adds five more golds

South Korean athletes cruised to five gold medals on the opening day of the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games as they continued to dominate the early medal race.

The Koreans picked up golds in taekwondo, shooting and fencing, were strong in martial arts and bayoneting, and added two golds in swimming in the evening to take their tally to 10 after the opening two days.

First, the South Korean men’s 800-meter freestyle relay team of Yang Jae-hoon (Gangwon Provincial Office), Lee Ho-joon (Daegu City Hall), Kim Woo-min and Hwang Sun-woo (both Gangwon Provincial Office) finished the final in an Asian record time of 7:01.73 at the Olympic Center Pool in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, on Friday.

South Korea, which had previously won four silver medals in the team event, made history by winning gold in the relay for the first time at an Asian Games.

China’s team of Fan Zhanle, Wang Shun, New Guangsheng and Yang Haoyu finished second in 7:03.40.

After winning bronze in the 100-meter freestyle the previous day, Hwang Sun-woo (Korea Gymnastics Federation) won his second Asian Games medal in gold, while qualifiers Lee Yoo-yeon (Korea Gymnastics Federation) and Kim Gun-woo (Dokdo Sports Organization) also won gold.

Earlier in the day, Ji Yoo-chan (Daegu City Hall) won the men’s 50-meter freestyle in 21.72 seconds, becoming the first South Korean to win gold in this event in 21 years.

It was the first gold medal in the men’s 50-meter freestyle at an Asian Games for a South Korean athlete since Kim Min-seok at Busan 2002.

Ho Ian Yan-tou (HKR) finished second in 21.87, while Fan Zhan-liu, the 100-meter freestyle winner the previous day, took bronze in 21.92.

In taekwondo, Jang Jun (Korea Gas Corp.) won the men’s 58-kilogram final, defeating Mahmi Hajimosaeinapoti (Iran) by a round score of 2-0.

Following the gold medals won by Kang Wan-jin (Hongcheoncheong) and Cha Ye-eun (Kyung Hee University) in the Poomsae event on the first day of competition, the taekwondo dominance continued on the second day.

Jang Jun, the bronze medalist at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, won his first Asian Games title and showed why he is one of the world’s best in his weight class.

In shooting, the men’s 10-meter running target team of Jung Jeong-jin (Cheongju City Hall), Ha Kwang-cheol (Busan City Hall), and Kwak Yong-bin (Chungnam Sports Association) won gold with 1,668 points.

The Koreans had the same total score as North Korea, but won the 10-meter event with a 39-29 advantage in hits in the center of the 10-meter mark.

This is the first time South Korea has ever won gold in the 10-meter running target team event at an Asian Games.

In fencing, Korean athletes dominated the finals for the second day in a row.

The previous day, Choi In-jung and Song Sera met in the women’s epee final, with Choi winning gold, and today, Oh Sang-wook (Daejeon City Hall) and Goo Bon-gil (Korea Sports Promotion Organization) met in the men’s sabre final, with Oh winning gold and Goo sharing silver.

The pair met in the final at the previous Asian Games in Jakarta-Palembang, where Koo won 15-14 to claim his third consecutive Asian Games individual title, but this time Oh took the top spot on the podium.

In sailing, one gold medal was ‘booked’.

Competing in the men’s windsurfing RS:X class at the Ningbo Xiangshan Sailing Center, Cho Won-woo (Haeundae City Hall) had a penalty score of 13 after the 12th race, clinching the gold medal without the need for a result on the 26th.

Wonwoo Cho will take home the gold medal even if he does not compete on the 26th. However, the gold medal will be awarded to Cho at a ceremony after the 26th race.

In judo, Lee Jun-hwan (Yongin University) made it to the final in the men’s 81-kilogram category, but lost to Somon Makhmedbekov (Tajikistan) by half a thigh reverse.

For the second day in a row, a silver medal came from judo, following Lee Hae-rim (KOR) in the men’s 60kg category the day before.

In the semifinals of the table tennis team event, the Korean men’s and women’s teams had mixed fortunes.

The men defeated Iran 3-0 to reach the final, their 10th consecutive Asian Games team event final since Seoul 1986, and will face ‘Great Wall’ China in the final on Saturday.

The women’s team, on the other hand, lost 1-3 to Japan in the quarterfinals, marking their first appearance in an Asian Games team final in 33 years since their silver medal in Beijing in 1990.

In women’s soccer, Ji So-yeon (Suwon FC) reached the milestone of 150 A-match appearances and Son Hwa-yeon (Hyundai Steel) scored a hat-trick as South Korea beat the Philippines 5-1 for their second straight win and a spot in the quarterfinals.

North Korea, which had won one bronze medal the previous day, won silver in the women’s 70-kilogram judo and men’s 10-meter running target team events and complemented its bronze in the women’s gymnastics team event.

South Korea is second in the medal standings with 10 gold, 10 silver and 13 bronze medals through 25 days of competition.

China leads the way with 39 gold medals, followed by Japan with five golds, 14 silvers and 12 bronzes.

North Korea is 13th with two silver and two bronze medals. 파워볼분석

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Koo Bon-gil stops short of fourth straight win “I’ll aim for Korea’s biggest gold in Nagoya”

After missing out on a fourth consecutive Asian Games fencing title in the men’s sabre individual event by a single shot, Koo Bon-gil (Korea Sports Promotion Organization) showed more “emotion” as he congratulated his junior Oh Sang-wook (Daejeon Metropolitan City Hall) for beating him to the title.

After the men’s sabre individual final at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games at the Hangzhou University of Electronic Science and Technology Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China, on Friday, Koo said, “I’m not disappointed that I didn’t win four consecutive titles because it wasn’t as easy as it sounds. I’m just as happy that Oh Sang-wook won the gold medal as I am that he won four in a row.”

Koo Bon-gil, who won the men’s individual sabre title at the 2010 Guangzhou, 2014 Incheon and 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games, attempted to win his fourth consecutive gold medal at the event.

Coincidentally, he met his final opponent from Jakarta, Oh Sang-wook, in the final again this year, but after winning his third straight title with a one-point victory five years ago, Koo lost 7-15 to the younger Korean.

“Before the match, we were ‘fighting’ to have a nice, hard, and good-natured competition,” said Koo, who blamed his loss on the fact that “I became very urgent in the second half, and Sang-wook had no time to spare.”

“When we met in the final in Jakarta, I felt uncomfortable even though I won because of Sang-wook’s military service, but today’s silver medal is better than the gold,” he said, “I’m happy that I played my best and had no regrets.”

“Sang-wook came back from an injury (ankle ligament surgery in November last year), and I think he’s back to where he was before the injury,” he said, adding, “I think he’ll be fine for the Paris Olympics next year.”

He was the flag bearer for the Korean team at the opening ceremony of the Games and was considered by the organizers to be one of the most exciting athletes to watch in fencing, and although he lost in the final, he was still one of the best in Asia.

In the quarterfinals, he came from behind to win 10-14 on a dubious decision against a Chinese fencer with the support of his home fans, and in the semifinals against Yousif Al-Shamlan (Kuwait), he overcame an early 1-5 deficit to reach the final.

“It was an honor in itself to challenge for four consecutive titles and I want to give myself a pat on the back,” said Koo, adding, “I will do my best to win gold in the team event (on Aug. 28).”

When asked if he dreams of facing Oh Sang-wook at the Paris Olympics, he smiled and said, “That’s just wishful thinking.”

However, Koo did not hide his desire to win the record for the most gold medals by a Korean athlete at a Summer Asian Games.

The record for most gold medals won by a South Korean athlete at an Asian Games is currently six, held by Park Tae-hwan in swimming and Nam Hyun-hee in fencing.

Koo Bon-gil, who has five gold medals, could move into sole possession of first place if he wins two gold medals at the Games, first in the individual events and then in the team events. He needs to make it seven, which is not enough.

“I told my teammates that if I don’t win gold this time, I will go to the Nagoya Asian Games (in 2026). Even if I can’t win the individual title, I will try my best to win the team title and write my name in history,” he said. 토토사이트

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Korea Table Tennis Association ‘scores’ at tricky Hangzhou Asian Championships

Korean table tennis has been lucky enough to pick up a few ‘items’ at the Asian Table Tennis Championships in Pyeongchang, South Korea, that will come in handy for the upcoming Asian Games in 2023.

The Asian Championships, which kicked off on September 9 at the Pyeongchang Dome in Gangwon Province, is a big feast for Asian table tennis every two years.

Unlike previous years, this year’s tournament has taken on a different character as a ‘precursor to the Asian Games’.

The 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, which were originally scheduled to be held last year, were delayed by one year due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and will open on March 23.

In the meantime, Korean athletes reportedly had difficulty adjusting to the table at the beginning of the Asian Championships.

A table made by China’s DHS was used as the official table for the tournament, but the bounce of the ping-pong ball was quite different from other tables.

According to the table tennis players, 바카라사이트 the ball tends to lose speed when it bounces and does not bounce well.

“The DHS table tends not to bounce well,” said Seo Hyo-won (36, Korea Horse Society), the ‘eldest sister’ of the national team. “Table tennis is a very delicate sport, and I couldn’t get used to it when I played my first game because the rotation was different.”

Seo and the rest of the national team quickly adapted to the DHS table.

However, the KTA also wanted to eliminate any small variables that could prove to be negative at the Asian Games.

As the Asian Championships progressed and the four tables in the center of the stadium became obsolete, the Table Tennis Association quickly contacted the Korean Sports Ministry.

At the request of the table tennis federation, the KTA agreed to purchase four used DHS tables and install them in the table tennis training center at the Jincheon Athletic Village.

The tables would be difficult to dispose of once the tournament was over. The sports organization reportedly purchased the DHS tables at a “reasonable price”.

Thanks to the quick administration of the table tennis association and the help of the sports ministry, the team had a chance to fully adapt to the DHS table in Jincheon before the Asian Games.

“As the DHS table is used in many international competitions, we decided to bring it to the athletes’ village and secure the table to improve the athletes’ adaptability,” said an official from the table tennis association. “We also considered the possibility that the DHS table could be used as an official table at the World Championships in Busan next year.” 슬롯

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Qatar makes it two wins in a row in AFC U-23 Asian Cup qualifying…

After defeating South Korea in qualifying for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-23 Asian Cup 2024, Qatar made it two wins in a row in group play.

Qatar defeated Myanmar 6-0 in the second match of Group B at the Changwon Football Center in Gyeongnam on Monday.

The tournament is the first gateway to next year’s AFC U-23 Asian Cup, the final Asian qualifier for the Paris Olympics.

The top two teams from each of the 11 qualifying groups, the top four teams from Group 2 and hosts Qatar will qualify for the U-23 Asian Cup in April/May 2024.

Qatar, who defeated South Korea 2-0 at the same venue on June 6, have been on fire, scoring eight goals in two matches.

Myanmar, who drew 1-1 with Kyrgyzstan in their Group B opener on the same day, were swept aside by Qatar’s six goals.

However, the match against Qatar, the hosts of the 2024 AFC U-23 Asian Cup, is considered a friendly and will not be counted in the rankings.

Qatar opened the scoring in the 23rd minute when Mohammed Khaled Hassan trapped a cross from the back with his thigh in the penalty area before firing a right-footed outside kick into the top corner of the net.

In the seventh minute of the second half, Tamim Mansur Al Abdullah made no mistake with his right heel to slot home a ball that the Myanmar defense barely cleared before it crossed the goal line.

Then in the 15th minute, after breaking down the Myanmar defense on the right flank, Al Abdullah scored the third goal with a strong right-footed shot into the corner of the opposite goal.

In the 33rd minute, Ahmed Alawi, who rushed into the box, scored the fourth goal with a right-footed inside kick.

Myanmar had Htut Myat Kant sent off in the 34th minute for a direct challenge on an opponent’s calf, while Qatar scored a late consolation goal through Lotfi Madjer just before the end of the match against 10-man Myanmar.

The other match in Group B, between South Korea and Kyrgyzstan, will be played at the same venue at 8 p.m. today. 안전놀이터

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KIA Reverses LG in Game 1 of Double Header

After a nine-game winning streak, the Kia Tigers bounced back from a brief hiatus.

The Tigers rallied to beat the LG Twins 7-6 in the first game of a doubleheader in the Baseball World Series 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League at Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on Monday.

After taking a 5-2 lead only to see it slip away with four runs in the seventh inning, KIA rallied to win the game in the bottom of the eighth.

In the eighth inning, LG right-handed reliever Yoo Young-chan got the first batter, Socrates Brito, to ground out to second base.

However, Kim Sun-bin changed the momentum with a single to left-center field, and Lee Woo-sung followed with an infield hit that deflected off the first baseman’s mitt to put runners on first and second.

Ko Jong-wook, pinch-hitting, took advantage of a forked ball from Yoo Young-chan and lined a single to right to tie the game at 6-6.

Kim Tae-gun followed with a single to left field.

With runners on first and second in the eighth inning, LG manager Yeom Kyung-yeop brought in closer Go Woo-seok. It was Yeom’s move to prevent a comeback.

However, Yeom’s hopes were dashed as Park Chan-ho took a curveball from Go Woo-seok and hit a game-winning single to center field.

In the top of the ninth, LG’s leadoff hitter Hong Chang-ki walked and Shin Min-jae laid down a sacrifice bunt to put runners on first and second.

However, KIA closer Jung Hae-young struck out both Kim Hyun-soo and pinch-hitter Seo Gun-chang on infield grounders to preserve the win.

Both teams fought hard on this day.

It was KIA who took control of the game.

KIA opened the scoring in the third inning with a solo shot to left by Hwang Dae-in and scored on a double to right by Na Sung-beom.

In the top of the fourth inning, LG shortstop Oh Ji-hwan’s throwing error on Lee Woo-sung’s grounder to third led to a run.

After LG scored two runs in the fifth on back-to-back singles by Oh Ji-hwan, Park Dong-won and Moon Sung-joo, a sacrifice bunt and a sacrifice fly by Hong Chang-ki, KIA scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth on Lee Woo-sung’s double to left field, a stolen base, a walk by Hwang Dae-in, a single to right by Kim Tae-gun and a wild pitch by Jung Woo-young to extend the lead to 5-2.

Leader LG fought back hard.

In the top of the seventh inning, LG got one run back on Park Dong-won’s 20th home run of the season. Park became the first LG catcher to hit 20 homers in 13 years since Jo In-sung (28) in 2010.

After Moon Sung-ju drew a walk and Park Hae-min, who was ruled out on a foul tip, was overturned after video review, LG had runners on first and second.

Hong Chang-ki singled to right, and Park Hae-min, who had reached third, scored on a throwing error by the KIA infield as Song was heading for second base, tying the game at 5-5.

After Shin Min-jae was hit by a pitch and stole second and third, Kim Hyun-soo’s grounder to the second baseman brought home Hong Chang-ki to give LG a 6-5 lead.

However, KIA did not give up and scored two runs on four hits in the bottom of the eighth inning to tie the game again.

Fifth-ranked KIA, which had lost two straight games after winning nine in a row, added a valuable point. 파워볼게임

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Lee Ga-young closes in on KLPGA Tour major queen

Lee Ga-young (이가영) has a chance to win a major on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour.

Lee shot a 1-over-par 73 with two birdies and three bogeys in the third round of the KB Financial Star Championship, the fourth major of the season on the KLPGA Tour, at Blackstone Golf Club (Par 72) in Icheon, Gyeonggi Province, on Monday.

At 3-under-par 213, Lee maintained a one-stroke lead over second-place Ye Won Lee.

Despite shooting over par on the day, Lee maintained her lead after shooting under par in the first and second rounds for the only time in her career.

Icheon Blackstone is considered one of the toughest courses on the KLPGA Tour.

Only three players were under par in the third round, including third-ranked Park Ji-young Lee (1-under 215).

Lee got off to a strong start with birdies at the second (par-4) and seventh (par-3) holes without a bogey.

However, her second shot on the 10th, 12th, and 14th holes (all par-4s) failed to find the green, resulting in a pair of costly bogeys.

“When I recovered from the bogeys, I missed the green the most,” Lee said after the third round. “Tomorrow, I’m going to play to protect the green,”

she added.

“Unlike the first and second rounds, I felt a little distracted in the middle of the round, but tomorrow I will keep my focus until the end,” she said.

With a two-day lead, Lee was on track to win her second title since the Dongbu E&C-Korea Land Trust Championship in October last year.

Lee, who made her debut in 2019, won her first title in her 98th appearance last year, shaking off four years of runner-up finishes.

This year, she continued to knock on the door of two wins, including a third-place finish at the Mediheal-Korea Times Championship in April and a runner-up finish at the Haiwon Resort Women’s Open in August.

Lee, who has two wins on the season and leads the money list, made just two birdies without a bogey to trail Lee by one stroke.

“I was frustrated with my play at the beginning, but I made a chip-in birdie on the first hole of the back nine and (my play) started to come together,”


Park Ji-young, who shot her best score of the day (5-under 67) the day before, faltered with three birdies and four bogeys, dropping one spot to third.

“It was hard and sad that my game didn’t go very well today, but I managed to hang in there,” Park said, adding, “I will give it my all tomorrow.”

Seung-hee Noh carded six birdies on the day to shoot an even-par 216 and move into fourth place.

Seung-Hee Noh’s focus was unwavering, as he made six putts under three yards. He didn’t make a single three-putt.

“I wasn’t putting well in the first half, so before the Hanwha Classic (last month), I went to a pro who has been giving me putting lessons since I was a kid, and it’s been going well since then,” Noh said, “I’ve been working on the basics like ball position and power delivery.”

Defending champion Park Min-ji shot an even-par 72 for the second straight day and is tied for 10th (6-over-par 222) with Kim Min-byul, Lee Hyun-ju and seven others.

Jeon In-ji, playing in Korea for the first time in a year, shot a 2-over-par 74 to finish tied for 34th (10-over-par 226). 스포츠토토

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SSG Lander Kim Gwang-hyun, 7 Scoreless Innings

SSG Kim Gwang-hyun, 7 scoreless innings… ‘Samsung transfer’ Widener 6⅔innings 4 runs

SSG Landers

SSG Landers ended the week with a winning streak amidst ace Kim Gwang-hyun’s counterattack.

Taylor Widener, who joined the Samsung Lions after being released from the NC Dinos,

suffered a yoke of defeat in his first appearance after transferring.

SSG defeated Samsung 4-0 in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League home game

held at Incheon SSG Landers Field on the 13th.

SSG, who had a come-from-behind defeat to Samsung 4-5 on the 11th, won a 3-2 finish victory on the 12th,

also won a rare victory that day. 토토사이트

SSG starter Kim Kwang-hyun blocked 7 innings with 3 hits and no runs, and added a victory (7 wins, 4 losses)

in 4 games since the LG Twins on July 21st.

Kim Gwang-hyun

Kim Gwang-hyun, who blocked the first inning with a tripartite throw, got a right-handed hit by Oh Jae-il in the second out, second base,

but right fielder Choi Ji-hoon caught Min-ho Kang, who was digging home with an accurate throw, and overcame the risk of conceding a run.

After that, he filled 7 innings without any crisis.

First Inning

After one out in the bottom of the first inning, SSG lost a chance to score when Choi Ji-hoon sent a ball to the right fielder,

ran to third base, and died sideways.

However, the veterans changed the mood.

With no runners out in the first inning, Kim Kang-min hit a double to the right fielder,

Choi Jeong made the first run with a right-handed hit at the right time.

Second Inning

In the second inning, Kim Seong-hyun and Hanyu-seom made the 1st and 3rd base safe with consecutive hits,

Kim Seong-hyun stepped on the groove and scored an extra point when Oh Tae-gon played a double hit in front of the shortstop.

SSG stole second base after Oh Tae-gon went on base with a right-handed hit in the 5th inning,

and added one point with Choo Shin-soo’s sacrifice fly to center fielder following Kim Min-shik’s sacrifice bunt.

7th Inning

In the 7th inning, Oh Tae-gon went to base with a left-handed hit and succeeded in stealing the base,

Choo Shin-soo hit right-handed at the right time at second base, making it 4-0.

On the other hand, Widener gave up 10 hits and allowed 4 runs in 6⅔ innings, and tasted bitterness in the ‘Samsung debut match’.

Including the results during NC, it is the third loss (four wins) of the season.

Samsung could not overcome the bad news that shortstop Lee Jae-hyun was replaced due to a dislocated shoulder

during defense in the bottom of the second inning, and the game ended without scoring.

Oh Jae-il was the 65th player in the history of the KBO League to reach 2,000 hits, but he couldn’t laugh at the team’s defeat.

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Kt Overcame NC with Peddy, Leading LG 5 Consecutive Wins

Kt overcame NC with Peddy, Leading LG wins 5 consecutive wins.. ‘Second half win rate of 0.800’

LG Completed Kiwoom with ‘3 home runs + 5 stolen bases’ and won 5 consecutive wins

SSG Kim Gwang-hyun 7 innings scoreless… Widener, who played Samsung debut, lost 4 runs in 6⅔ innings

Lotte defeated KIA and Hanwha defeated Doosan, presenting victory to home fans

Kt wiz

Kt wiz caught the NC Dinos with ‘Ace’ Eric Peddy as the 5th starting exclusion card.

‘First place in the second half’ kt defeated NC 4-0 in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League home game held at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on the 13th.

3rd place kt, who recorded 4 wins and 1 loss this week, including 2 wins and 1 loss against NC,

widened the gap with 4th place NC to 2 games.

As kt recording a high win rate of 0.800 (16 wins, 4 losses) in 20 games in the second half.

NC failed to break kt’s momentum even after putting forward Pedy,

who is considered the best pitcher in the 2023 season.

The exclusion of kt 5 starters gave up only 1 hit in 6 innings, but caused a crisis by overdoing 7 walks.

However, he suppressed the run and took the 6th win (6th loss) of the season.


The kt batting line did not shrink from Peddy and accumulated points for victory with confident hits. 카지노사이트

In the second inning, Anthony Alford stepped on second base with a hit to the right fielder and an error from the opponent after a run, and then stepped on the groove when Oh Yoon-seok’s double to the center fielder to score the first run.

The fourth inning, lead hitter Alford hit a one-run home run from Pedy, his 10th of the season.

In the 7th inning with no bases loaded, kt scored 1 point when Hwang Jae-gyun hit, running to 4-0 and consolidating the victory.

Peddy gave up 3 runs (1 earned) on 6 hits in 5 innings and took his 4th loss (15 wins) of the season.

The only team that does not need to be aware of kt’s blast is the ‘leading’ LG Twins.

LG, who arrived at the 60th win notice the previous day, poured out 18 hits,

including 3 home runs, at the home in Jamsil, beating the Kiwoom Heroes 17-8,

continuing the 5-game winning streak (61 wins, 35 losses, 2 draws).


On this day, Kiwoom selected Kim Dong-gyu, a ‘high school graduate pitcher’ recruited from LG on the 29th of last month, as the starter.

Coincidentally, veteran catcher Lee Ji-young was also excluded from the first-team entry due to symptoms of phlegm,

high school graduate catcher Kim Dong-heon formed a battery with Kim Dong-gyu.

At the end of the 2nd inning, 1st base runner Hong Chang-ki ran to 2nd base from 1st and 3rd base,

while Kim Dong-heon’s throwing ball headed to 2nd base, 3rd base runner Lee Jae-won succeeded in ‘double stealing’ by stepping on the groove, and Kiwoom’s high school graduate rookie battery was strengthened.

Shake constantly. Kim Dong-gyu suffered a defeat by allowing 4 hits, 3 walks and 5 runs in 2 innings in his first individual first-team start.


LG succeeded in stealing 5 bases in 2 innings with Kim Dong-gyu on the mound.

With Park Dong-won in the 2nd inning, Austin Dean in the 3rd, and Hong Chang-ki in the 8th inning, LG showed off both ‘strength’ and ‘strength’ and overpowered Kiwoom at the bottom.

Its Kiwoom fell into a 4-game losing streak.

2nd place SSG Landers also beat Samsung Lions 4-0 at home in Incheon.

SSG starter Kim Kwang-hyun blocked 7 innings with 3 hits and no runs, and added a victory (7 wins, 4 losses) in 4 games since the LG Twins on July 21st.

Kim Gwang-hyun

It was Kim Gwang-hyun, who blocked the first inning with a tripartite throw, got a right-handed hit by Oh Jae-il in the second out, second base, but right fielder Choi Ji-hoon caught Min-ho Kang,

who was digging home with an accurate throw, and overcame the risk of conceding a run.

After that, he filled 7 innings without any crisis.

Taylor Widener, who joined Samsung after being released from the NC Dinos

suffered bitterness in the ‘Samsung debut match’ with 6⅔ innings, 10 hits and 4 runs in his first appearance after transfer.

Including the results during NC, it is the 3rd loss (4th win) of the season.

Lotte Giants

The Lotte Giants defeated the KIA Tigers 6-1 at Sajik Stadium in Busan.

7th place Lotte, who finished 3 consecutive matches against Kiwoom during the week and 3 consecutive matches against KIA on the weekend with 2 wins and 1 loss, narrowed the gap with 6th place KIA to 1.5 games.

In the last game of this week, Lotte properly dug into KIA’s gaps.

At the end of the 3rd inning, where the score was 0-0, Lotte took a chance on 1st and 2nd base safely with Ahn Kwon-soo’s heavy hit and An Chi-hong’s walk.

Second Baseman

It is KIA second baseman Kim Gyu-seong passed the next hitter Lee Jung-hoon’s grounder, and Ahn Kwon-soo turned third base and stepped on the groove.

Its Lotte, who continued the chance to load the bases safely with Jeon Jun-woo’s heavy hit, Nico Gudrum struck out, but Park Seung-wook’s infield hit next to second baseman added one point.

With the bases loaded with 2 out, Roh Jin-hyeok attacked Mario Sanchez and hit the left fielder with 3 RBIs and a double, and ran away to 5-0.

The Lotte starter Charlie Barnes allowed no hits until the 5th inning with no-hit pitching, blocking 7 innings with 3 hits and 1 run (unlawful) and took his 9th win (6th loss) of the season.

In Daejeon, the home team Hanwha Eagles defeated the Doosan Bears 8-3.

End of 1st Inning

At the end of the first inning, Hanwha scored three runs first, with Chae Eun-seong’s left fielder’s double,

Kim Tae-yeon’s left-center hit, and Lee Jin-young’s left-handed hit in succession at the end of the first inning.

When Doosan caught up to 2-4 with Yang Seok-hwan’s solo shot, Hanwha defeated the opponent’s will to pursue by scoring 3 points again with Kim In-hwan’s 2-RBI double and Roh Si-hwan’s 1 RBI in the 4th inning with 2 outs 1st and 2nd base.

Noh Si-hwan, a young giant of Hanwha, failed to add a home run, but gained one RBI and led the game with 75 RBIs.

The home run (27) is also the sole first place.

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