KEPCO Libero Ryohei IgaShakes Off Injury and Return

KEPCO Libero Ryohei Shakes Off Injury and Returns to Court After 26 Days

Men’s professional volleyball KEPCO’s libero Ryohei Iga (29, registered name Ryohei) returned to the court after 26 days.

KEPCO coach Kwon Young-min announced the news of Ryohei’s starting appearance ahead of the KB Insurance match held at Suwon Gymnasium in Gyeonggi-do on the 1st and said,

“I think he is in good shape after resting for a long time and receiving good treatment.” 카지노사이트탑

Ryohei Iga

Ryohei took a break after injuring his right hamstring (the muscle behind the thigh) in the OK Financial Group match on the 6th of last month.

He ranks first in defense this season (average of 5.182 per set), second in receiving efficiency (50.26%),

and second in digs (2.701 per set).

Although he was a sudden departure from the core of the defense,

KEPCO won all three remaining games of the fourth round and entered a pleasant All-Star break.

And ahead of the 5th and 6th rounds, where fierce ranking competition is expected, the reliable Ryohei has returned.

KEPCO

Korea Electric Power Corporation (5th place in the league) (37 points, 13 wins, 11 losses)

is only 2 points behind 4th place OK Financial Group and 3 points behind 3rd place Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance.

Coach Kwon Young-min set a goal of 5 wins and 1 loss in the 5th round and said, “We will see the match in the 5th round.”

“I hope the players will keep this in mind,” he said.

During the two-week break, “I rested for about three days and then trained focusing on physical strength.

“Afterwards, we practiced with a focus on blocking and tactics.”

Coach Hu In-jeong of KB Insurance (17 points, 4 wins, 20 losses), which is ranked last in the league,

believed that it is now realistically difficult to compete for rankings.

Coach Hu suggested 5 wins as the target number of wins for the remainder of the season, saying,

“We will try to give the rookie players as many opportunities as possible in the remaining 12 games.”

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Taekwondo Player Goes to Paris after Defeating ‘Natural Enemy’

Taekwondo Player Goes to Paris after Defeating ‘Natural Enemy’ “I Gained Courage by Watching Ahn Se-young”

Won the Olympic Trials after losing 6 out of 6 matches to ‘Taekwondo legend’ Jang Jun.

Taekwondo ‘supernova’ Park Tae-jun (Kyung Hee University), who defeated a ‘natural enemy’ who had never won before and won the right to participate in the 2024 Paris Olympics, expressed his feelings that he gained courage by watching badminton Ahn Se-young (Samsung Life Insurance), who won the gold medal at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.

Taejun Park defeated Jangjun (Korea Gas Corporation) 2-0 in the Paris Olympics Taekwondo Men’s 58kg Domestic Trials (2 wins out of 3) held at Halla Gymnasium in Jeju on the 1st,

and then said through the Korea Taekwondo Association, “When I was young, I was a member of the national team. 온라인카지노사이트

“It was my wish and I can’t believe I got to participate in the Olympics,” he said, and pledged,

“I will definitely win a gold medal at the Paris Olympics by improving my defensive skills and improving my stamina.”

On this day, Park Tae-jun had an unstoppable match against Taekwondo leader Jang Jun.

Taejun Park and Jun Jang met the requirements for participating in the Olympics by being ranked in the top 5 in the World Taekwondo Federation (WT) Olympic rankings,

but they competed in the domestic selection competition in accordance with the regulations that allow only one athlete from one country per weight class to participate.

Taejun Park’s chances of winning seemed small.

This is because their overall record was weak with 6 wins and 6 losses.

The matchup on this day showed a similar pattern in the beginning.

Taejun Park lost the first round of the first game.

However, Taejun Park did not give up and took the second and third rounds.

In the second game, after dropping the first round, he won the second and third rounds to secure a ticket to Paris.

Park Tae-jun said, “I gained great courage last year when I saw badminton Ahn Se-young defeat Chen Yu-fei (China),

who was called her natural enemy.”

Ahn Se-young was behind Chen Yu-fei with 1 win and 8 losses, but last year,

she met 8 times and won 6 times, becoming the world’s strongest player.

Taejun Park, who has overcome his natural enemies, now looks at Paris.

He said, “I will protect the pride of the suzerain nation.”

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Jumping Mistake’ Lee Hae-in, Figure Skater Ranked 11th

Jumping Mistake’ Lee Hae-in, Figure Skater Ranked 11th in Short at Four Continents Championships… 2 Consecutive Losses Clouds

Kim Chae-yeon takes second place in the short race and takes on the ‘golden challenge’… Sae Sung-mi ranked 6th.

Korean figure skating women’s single Lee Hae-in (18, Sehwa Girls’ High School)

made a series of jumping mistakes in the short program at the 2024 International Skating Union (ISU)

Four Continents Championships and was relegated to mid-ranking,

putting a cloud over her challenge to win her second consecutive title in the competition.

Defending champion’ Lee Hae-in scored 56.07 points, including technical score (TES) of 25.50,

artistic score (PCS) of 31.57, and deduction of 1, in the women’s single short program held in Shanghai, China on the 1st,

ranking 11th among 26 participating players.

It went up. 카지노사이트위키

Lee Hae-in, who was 15.03 points behind Chiba Monet (Japan, 71.10 points),

who was in the lead, took on the difficult challenge of getting into the medal zone by postponing the free skating on the 2nd.

Chiba Monet is the bronze medalist in the last competition.

At last year’s competition, Lee Hae-in ranked 6th in the short program,

but then performed a remarkable comeback in the free skating,

winning the gold medal for the first time in 14 years since ‘figure queen’ Kim Yu-na (2009),

raising expectations of a great comeback.

Lee Hae-in, who was the last performer among the 26 participants, got off to a good start by neatly performing her first jump task,

a double axel (base score 3.30 points), receiving a score of performance (GOE) of 0.80 points.

However, while attempting the triple lutz-triple toe loop combination jump, which was the second jump task,

Lee Hae-in was unable to connect the triple toe loop jump due to anxiety about the landing of the triple lutz, and his GOE was also deducted by 2.95 points.

Lee Hae-in, who caught his breath by performing the Flying Camel Spin at level 4, the highest level of difficulty,

hit his butt in the following triple flip jump and suffered a loss of 2.12 points in GOE along with a deduction of 1 point.

Lee Hae-in finished her performance with a sit spin (level 3) and a step sequence (level 4),

followed by a change foot combination spin (level 4), and then walked off the silver table with a confused expression.

Kim Chae-yeon (Suri High School), who also competed, received 69.77 points (TES 37.89 points, PCS 31.88 points)

in the short program, laying the foundation for a ‘comeback victory’ if she came in second place.

Her gap with leader Chiba is 1.33 points.

Kim Chae-yeon started her performance with a double axel, followed by a triple lutz-triple toe loop combination jump,

and then continued with a flying camel spin (level 4) without a mistake.

She landed the final jumping task, a triple flip, safely and was judged to be attention (caution of edge use), but GOE received 0.23 points.

Kim Chae-yeon finished her performance on a high note, finishing the rest of her acting assignments – sit spin, step sequence, and change foot combination spin – all with a level 4.

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