‘Six-time champion’ MVP Yoon Ji-won “I’m sorry for my colleagues”

Yoon Ji-won (16, 190 cm) led Samseonjung to a sixth title.

Samseonjoong won the 53rd Autumn National Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball Federation Game at Woosul Gymnasium in Haenam-gun, Jeollanam-do on Nov. 21.
South Central Final against Whimunjung, 76-59, at Woosul Gymnasium in Haenam-gun, Jeollanam-do, South Korea.

Samsunjung suffered a power leak ahead of the tournament as leading scorer Yoon Ji-hoon was called up to the U16 Asian Championships. 스포츠토토 But in the end, it didn’t matter.

Led by Yoon’s twin brother, Yoon Ji-won, every player on the court, including Song Young-hoon, Jung Woo-jin, Kim Jung-won, and Hwang Dong-hyun, played their part. This, coupled with the leadership of Coach Han Kyu-hyun, helped Samsunjung rise to the top of the South Central Region once again.

After winning the 2023 Spring League, the Association Championships, the National Youth Sports Championships, the National Championships, and the Weekend League Wangjungwang, Samseonjoong has now won the Autumn League, completing a remarkable feat of winning six titles in a season.

On the other hand, Huh Moon-joong, who finished as the runner-up in the last tournament, vowed to take revenge in the Fall League, but once again failed to overcome Samseon-joong’s barrier.

The Most Valuable Player was Yoon Ji-won, who averaged 19 points, 13.1 rebounds, 5.7 assists and 1.8 steals in seven games. Yoon Ji-won was especially strong on offense, leading the team in scoring from the qualifiers to the first game of the finals.

After the game, Yoon Ji-won said, “I didn’t expect to win, and it’s even better that we won together as a team. I hope my sophomore siblings will work hard next year and win many championships.”

As mentioned earlier, Yoon Ji-won was named the South Central MVP for his consistent performance from the start to the end of the tournament. However, in an interview with us, she was the first to admit that she felt sorry for her teammates.

“There were many of my teammates who performed better than me in every game. I feel very sorry for the other third-year players.”

One of the opponents Samseonjoong faced in the final was twin brothers Park Bum-yoon and Park Bum-jin. Their double post combination was seemingly unstoppable. Their combined size and attack radius was not limited to the painted area, making them very difficult to defend.

However, Yoon Ji-won taught them a lesson in the final, especially with her soft footwork, which allowed her to attack the basket and score in succession. On the other hand, the fierce twin brothers left a lot to be desired with their hasty finishing.

Yoon Ji-won said, “They are still one grade below me. I think I had the edge in experience, so it went well. I believe they will both do better next year,” Yoon praised the two players.

From the middle of the second quarter, Samsunjung showed a solid perimeter defense centered on Yoon Ji-won. The Whimunjung players were unable to get into the paint and relied on three-pointers, which have a relatively low success rate.

Yoon Ji-won said, “I think (Song) Young-hoon and I did a good job defending under the basket. Coach also emphasized the up-front defense by telling us to protect ourselves. I think my sophomore brothers did a good job with their quick feet on the outside.”

Due to the intense physicality, Yoon Ji-won was unable to stay on the court until the end of the game. She got into foul trouble early on and was eventually ejected for five fouls.

“I was worried because I got into foul trouble early, but the players on the court did a great job. I’m grateful to them.”

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Lee ‘finally’ joins Hwang as he watches from the stands to reach the round of 16

Hwang Sun-hong has been waiting for Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain) to join him.

Lee touched down in the Land of the Rising Sun at Hangzhou International Airport in China on the afternoon of June 21 to participate in the 카지노사이트 Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games.

He was escorted by a member of the Korean Football Association (KFA) staff to the city of Jinhua in Zhejiang province, where the national team is staying.

Lee made his return from injury the day before, playing 17 minutes as a substitute in the first leg of the group stage of the 2023-2024 UEFA Champions League against Dortmund (Germany).

As the competition is not organized by Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), his club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) is not obliged to recall him to the national team. However, after lengthy discussions with the federation, he was recalled after the Dortmund game.

Upon arriving in Jinhua, Lee was fitted for his jersey and accompanied the team to the Jinhua Sports Center Stadium for their Group E match against Thailand.

Despite the long distance, jet lag, and difficulty adjusting to the environment, Lee’s determination to win gold at the Asian Games was evident.

The coaching staff kept Lee off the roster to make sure he didn’t overexert himself.

With a 9-0 win over Kuwait in the first round, there was no reason to overuse him in the group stage.

The last time Lee played for the Hwangsuns was in the U-23 Asian Cup quarterfinals against Japan last June.

As he grew into an A-team regular, he was called up by coach Paulo Bento and went on to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

It’s no wonder Hwang has been waiting anxiously for Lee to join the national team.

Five years ago, at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games, Son Heung-min (Tottenham) spearheaded the Asian Games gold medal hunt, and it’s no exaggeration to say that Lee Kang-in holds the key to gold this time around.

Lee led South Korea to a runner-up finish at the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup and won the Golden Ball, which is awarded to the tournament’s Most Valuable Player (MVP). He also helped South Korea reach the round of 16 at the Qatar World Cup, and this summer he joined French club PSG.

After arriving at Hangzhou Airport, he ditched his soccer cleats for sneakers and took to the field with a brief statement of intent: “I will do my best to get a result with my fans, my friends, and my friends who are younger than me.”

Before the game, he sat on the bench with Hwang and chatted for about 10 minutes, sharing his thoughts on the future, while keeping an eye on his teammates as they warmed up.

Lee Kang-in, who was left off the roster, sat in the stands. When fans recognized him and greeted him by name, he responded with his trademark shy smile.

After kickoff, he focused on the game, reacting to his teammates’ plays and cheering them on with applause. When a goal was scored, he high-fived the staff and celebrated, and began to integrate into the team.

With two points from the 4-0 win over Thailand, South Korea secured a spot in the round of 16 as the top team in Group E, regardless of the outcome of their final match against Bahrain on Thursday.

Lee Kang-in could take the field for the final match against Bahrain as a fitness check.

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Ulsan signs ‘sponsorship agreement’ with Unicity Korea… 10 years in the making

Ulsan Hyundai (Ulsan) and University Korea held a sponsorship agreement ceremony at the Hana OneQ K League 1 30th Round home game against 현금홀덤사이트 Hana Citizen at Munsu Soccer Stadium on April 16.

This marks the 10th anniversary of the partnership, which began in 2014. Over the past 10 years, University Korea has sponsored various products such as ‘Bios Life E Energy’ to improve players’ performance and ‘Enjubinate’ to provide animal and vegetable proteins, in addition to donations for the club’s development.

As the time together has increased, the scope of cooperation has also deepened. Last year, Ulsan and University Korea held a charity auction to support a welfare center. The proceeds from the auction of autographed balls by Ulsan head coach Hong Myung-bo, Lee Cheong-yong and Seol-young, and Ulsan playing coach Park Joo-young’s AFC Champions League (ACL) jersey were used to renovate the accommodation of the Dongmyeong Child Welfare Center for war orphans. This year’s signing ceremony was held at a stadium for the first time in four years after COVID-19. More than 100 members from Ulsan and Gyeongnam regions attended, adding meaning to the event.

Jong-hyun Kim, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Uniqity Korea, said, “Ulsan is the oldest club with Uniqity Korea. They have shared glorious moments with us, such as winning the 2020 ACL and winning the K League title last year after 17 years. We will continue to support Ulsan as they write the history of Korean professional soccer.”

Kim Kwang-guk, CEO of Ulsan, said, “Unity Korea is one of our oldest partners (outside of the group). It is a reliable sponsor that has been communicating deeply with us for a long time. We consider our relationship to be more than a mutually beneficial one, and we will continue to work together.”

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“There is no satisfaction until you win a gold medal,” says Hwang Sun-hong, not smiling after ‘2G big win early round of 16’

Asian Games head coach Hwang Sun-hong has warned against complacency after his team booked an early berth in the round of 16 at the Asian Games.

The Asian Games soccer team, led by Hwang Sun-hong, defeated Thailand 4-0 with relay goals from Hong Hyun-seok (Ghent), Ahn Jae-joon (Bucheon), Uhm Won-sang (Ulsan) and Lee Jae-ik (Yiland) in the second match of Group E of the men’s soccer competition at 안전카지노사이트 Hangzhou Jinhua Stadium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China, at 8:30 p.m. (KST) on Aug. 21.

After a 9-0 win over Kuwait on Sept. 19, South Korea used a stunning 13-goal outburst in their two games to win both matches and earn six points to top the group and advance to the Round of 16 early. After two games, the standings in Group E are Korea (6 points), Bahrain (2 points), Thailand (1 point), and Kuwait (1 point).

“Reaching the final tournament is something to celebrate, but we won’t be satisfied until we win the gold medal,” said Hwang. We need to maintain our performance in our next game to prepare for the round of 16 tournament.”

After the last match against Kuwait, Hwang said, “This is the first of seven shots. You have to play it as if it doesn’t exist and forget about it,” Hwang said, “I was a little unhappy today because we scored a lot of goals in the first half, but we didn’t have that in the second half. We need to play with tension for the whole 90 minutes.”

“We have a lot of new players,” Hwang said of his team’s plans for the third leg against Bahrain on Thursday, when the pressure is off. There are players who are finding their form and we haven’t trained together as a whole. Regarding the combinations, the first and second combinations should also prepare for the third game in terms of the player pool. We plan to use it as a time to check. We will use the third game to prepare for the round of 16 tournament.”

Ahead of the match, Hwang was seen chatting with Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain), who arrived in Hangzhou this afternoon and joined the team shortly after, on the bench side by side for more than 15 minutes. “The end goal is clear. I shared my opinion with Lee Kang-in about what we need. I have my own ideas, but the players also have their own ideas. It’s important to be on the same page with Lee Kang-in and other players. There were many points of contact. We need to get stronger through communication with our teammates and coaching staff.”

As for how Lee Kang-in will be utilized in the future, he said, “We need to check his physical condition. It’s too early to say if Lee Kang-in will play. We will make a choice based on many factors.” Lee is expected to check his condition as early as the Bahrain match.

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San Diego’s Darvish contemplates out-of-season surgery for elbow injury

San Diego Padres Japanese starting pitcher Darvish Yu, 37, has been lost for the season with an elbow injury.Speaking to MLB.com and other local media ahead of the Padres’ 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, USA, on Wednesday (June 13), Darvish said, “After the injury, I dedicated myself to treatment and recovery, including receiving cortisone injections (to remove inflammation), but when I started playing catch recently, the pain in my elbow continued. At this point, we decided it was better to end the season early.””I am disappointed that the team did not perform well this season, and I feel responsible,” Daruvish added.Darvish was placed on the 15-day disabled list (IL) on March 29 with right elbow soreness after a poor outing against the Milwaukee Brewers on March 26 in which he allowed five runs in four innings.The elbow hasn’t gotten any better. Add to that the fact that his team, San Diego, is virtually eliminated from the postseason, and there’s no point in him returning.”Darvish plans to stay off the field for the next six weeks and focus on rehabilitation,” MLB.com reported, “and the decision to have surgery will be based on his progress.”Darvish already has a history of elbow surgery. In March 2015, he underwent elbow ligament splicing surgery (Tommy John surgery).He returned to the big leagues in May 2016 after a lengthy rehabilitation, and has since regained his form.If Darvish undergoes a second surgery later this year, he is expected to return for the 2025 season.That’s the worst-case scenario for his team, San Diego. The Dodgers signed Darvish to a six-year, $108 million extension in February.In his first year, Darvish went 8-10 with a 4.56 ERA in 24 appearances this year, and was lost to injury before the season was over.His quest to become the first Asian-American to win an MLB game was put on hold. With 103 wins (85 losses) so far this season, Darvish was on pace to break Chan Ho Park’s (retired) record for most wins by an Asian pitcher (124) in the next two to three years.However, the timing of the record challenge and breaking will be heavily influenced by his physical condition 안전놀이터 and whether or not he undergoes surgery in the future.

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Incheon Seo-gu wins the Gapyeong County Wanted National Youth Baseball Tournament

The Incheon Seo-gu Youth Baseball Team, led by head coach Kim Jong-cheol, won the Gapyeong County Supervised National Youth Baseball Tournament in Gapyeong County, Gyeonggi-do.

The Korea Youth Baseball Federation said on the 13th, “In the final of the tournament held on the 11th, Incheon Seogu Youth Baseball Team won the championship with a 7-1 victory over Bucheon City Youth Baseball Team.”

Cho Bae-sung (Hae-won-cho), who batted .637 as a hitter and posted a 0.69 ERA in four wins as a pitcher, was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player (MVP).

“My role model is Kim Kwang-hyun, and I like his fastball and changeup because they are really cool,” said Cho.

Coach Kim Jong-cheol, who received the manager’s award, said, “It is meaningful to win the first championship in the strongest league this year, the 10th 바카라사이트 anniversary of its founding.”

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Pitcher Seo Jun-won sentenced to 3 years in prison, 5 years probation for sexually exploiting minors

Former Lotte Giants pitcher Seo Jun-won, who went on trial for producing sexually explicit images of minors, has been sentenced to three years in prison and five years of probation.On the afternoon of the 13th, the Busan District Court Criminal Division 5 (Chief Judge Jang Ji-seok) sentenced Seo, who was charged with violating the Sexual Protection of Children and Adolescents Act (production and distribution of sexual exploitation materials), to three years in prison and five years of probation.The court also ordered 120 hours of community service, 40 hours of lectures on sexual assault treatment, and a five-year employment ban from organizations related to children, youth, and the disabled.”This is a case in which a child or adolescent victim was asked to send photos of her body in exchange for money and then threatened the victim, and the guilt is heavy given the method of the crime and the extent of the damage,” the court said.”Considering that the crime lasted only one day, that the defendant did not distribute the sexually explicit material, that he paid restitution to the victim’s mother and settled with the victim, and that he is a first-time offender,” the court said in its sentencing reasons.Seo met the victim on August 18, 2022, through a KakaoTalk open chat room created by the victim, who was a minor.He then lied to the victim, pretending to give her pocket money and demanding that she take and send nude photos of herself.Seo was found to have sent similar messages on 60 occasions, including sending sexually explicit messages to the victim on the same day even though he knew she was a minor.On seven occasions, he also sent the victim photos of her body to create sexual exploitation material.He also asked the victim to perform obscene acts over video calls, and when she refused, he threatened her by sending her the photos.After the trial, Seo told reporters, “I will continue to think deeply so that I will never do such things again, and I will continue to reflect and live my life and do my best to volunteer according to the judgment.”Seo, who was highly touted as a baseball prospect, joined the Lotte Giants in the first round of the 2019 draft.As a sophomore at Gyeongnam High School, he was already wearing the Taegeuk mark and won the Choi Dong-won Award, given to the best pitcher in high school.He throws a fastball that reaches up to 152-153 mph, which is rare for a sidearm pitcher.With the destructive power of a fastball that exceeds 150 kilometers and the rarity of a side arm, he was called “the future of Lotte” and received tremendous expectations and attention.However, the incident led to his release and expulsion from the 카지노사이트 Korean Baseball Organization. Choi Dong-won was also stripped of his award.

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San Diego’s Kim takes 57th game off to recharge his batteries

After working tirelessly to help his team win, San Diego Padres pitcher Ha-Sung Kim (27) is taking a break.He missed the Padres’ 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, USA, on March 13.It was the first time he hadn’t played since July 9 against the New York Mets in the team’s 57th game.It was a rest day. “San Diego manager Bob Melvin informed Kim the day before that he was going to give him a day off,” said the San Diego Union-Tribune, a local newspaper, “which is not a bad decision, as Kim has been showing signs of fatigue lately.”As described by the media, Kim has been struggling lately.After batting .337 in July and .273 in August, he has struggled since September, batting .195 with a .267 on-base percentage and .195 slugging percentage in 10 games.The Dodgers were starting right-hander Lance Lynn, and Kim, who hits better against lefties than righties, cheered on his teammates from the dugout.Without Kim, San Diego was outscored 2-11 by the 스포츠토토존 Dodgers.Jurickson Profar, batting first in place of Kim, went 1-for-3 with a double and a walk.

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The U.S. national soccer team has lost their fifth game without a win under Klinsmann

The U.S. national soccer team has lost their fifth game without a win under Klinsmann, drawing 0-0 with Wales.

The Korean national soccer team drew 0-0 with Wales in an away exhibition match in Europe, failing to record its first win under Klinsmann.

The South Korean men’s national soccer team, led by head coach Klinsmann, drew 0-0 with Wales in an exhibition match at Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, on Aug. 8 (KST).

Coach Klinsmann predicted an attacking style of soccer with Son Heung-min and Cho Kyu-sung as the front two, but instead, the team conceded an early lead to Wales.

After the crisis, the team tried to fight back, but the offense was still not smooth, with several missed passes.

The team introduced Hwang Hee-chan and Lee Sun-min as substitutes in the second half to try and turn things around, but it didn’t have much of an effect and the game ended in a 0-0 draw.

It was Klinsmann’s fifth game in charge, and his inability to secure a win has put a question mark over his leadership.

The national team will play their second European 카지노사이트가이드 test of September against Saudi Arabia on Sept. 13.

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Hae-Ran Lee and Hye-Jin Choi secured a sixth place

Hae-Ran Lee and Hye-Jin Choi secured a sixth place finish on the first day of the LPGA Kroger Queen City Championship.

Rookie Hae Ran Lee and second-year player Hye Jin Choi are tied for sixth place after the first day of the Kroger Queen City Championship on the U.S. Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour ($2 million purse).

Ryu and Choi shot a combined 5-under 67 in the first round of the tournament on Monday (Aug. 8) at Kenwood CC in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

They are two strokes off the lead with Liu Ruixin (China) at 7-under 65.

She is one stroke behind tied for second place with Jen Bei-Yun (Chinese Taipei), Elizabeth Shokol (USA), Dottie Adina (Philippines) and Linea Strom (Sweden).

Hae-ran got off to a solid start with five birdies without a bogey on the day.

Hae-ran, who finished the Qualifying Series in first place overall last December, leads the Rookie of the Year standings this season with 598 points, ahead of Grace Kim (AUS – 512).

While she has yet to win a tournament, Hae-ran has five top-10 finishes in 18 events. Her best finish was a third-place finish at the Mizuho Americas Open in June.

Choi, in her second year on the LPGA Tour, is also looking for her second top-10 finish of the season after carding five birdies without a bogey.

After a solid year last year with 10 top-10 finishes in 10 events, Choi has cooled off a bit this year. A tie for eighth at the Meyer Classic in June is her only top-10 finish.

Park Sung-hyun and Shin Ji-eun are tied for 36th (2-under 70), Ju Soo-bin is tied for 49th (1-under 71), and An Na-lin is tied for 69th (even-par 72).

Lee Jeong-jeong, 27, who tied for fourth in this event last year, struggled to a tie for 88th (1-over par 73).

Rookie Hyo-Jun Jang, 먹튀검증토토사이트 who earned his first top-10 finish at the Portland Classic on April 4, also finished at 1-over par.

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