Korean diving concluded its Hangzhou campaign with six medals, the most ever at a single Asian Games.With six medals (two silver, four bronze) at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games, Korea surpassed the previous medal hauls of Jakarta-Palembang 2018 (two silver, three bronze) and Incheon 2014 (one silver, four bronze) to win the most medals at a single Asian Games.Kim Soo-ji (25-Ulsan Metropolitan City Hall) finished fourth in the women’s 3-meter springboard individual event with 288.85 points at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center in Zhejiang Province, China.Third-place finisher Sayaka Mikami (JPN) scored 304.65 points, 25.80 points higher than Kim.In the next event, the men’s 10-meter platform, Kim Young-taek (22-JEJU) finished seventh with 376.65 points and Lee Jae-kyung (24-Gwangju) finished ninth with 369.00 points.While the Korean flag was not raised during the final day’s ceremony, the diving team had a lot to be proud of. Korean diving won two silver medals in the men’s synchronized 3-meter springboard (Woo Haram and Lee Jae-kyung) and synchronized 10-meter platform (Kim Young-nam and Lee Jae-kyung), and four bronze medals in the women’s synchronized 3-meter springboard (Kim Soo-ji and Park Ha-rm), 1-meter springboard (Kim Soo-ji), men’s 1-meter springboard (Woo Haram) and 3-meter springboard (Lee Jae-kyung).First-time Asian Games competitor Lee Jae-kyung (24, Gwangju Metropolitan Sports Association) won three medals – two silver and one bronze – while diving standouts Woo Haram (25, Korea National Sports Promotion Organization) and Kim Soo-ji also collected two medals, one in the individual event and one in the synchronized event .Diving powerhouse China swept all 10 gold medals and added six silver Although far behind China (16 medals), South Korea 스포츠토토존 finished second in the medal standings. Malaysia was third on the medal standings with one silver and four bronze medals.

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