[Asian Games] Wushu Seo Hee-joo, 4th Place in Women’s Swordsmanship… Aiming for a Comeback Medal in Spearmanship
“I got teary-eyed thinking about the Jakarta competition… I showed you what I had prepared.”
Seo Hee-joo (29, Jeonnam Wushu Association), the ‘all-rounder’ of the Wushu national team,
took fourth place in her first event at the Asian Games in nine years,
boosting her chances of winning a medal.
Its Seo Hee-joo ranked 4th in the Wushu Fighting Women’s Swordsmanship held at the Xiaoshan Guari Gymnasium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, on the 27th with a total score of 9.713 points,
including a perfect score of 5.0 for movement mass,
a perfect score of 2.0 for difficulty, and 2.713 points for acting ability (a perfect score of 3.000). 카지노사이트
Seo Hee-joo aims for her comeback medal in her spear competition, the second period this afternoon.
She is only 0.003 points behind Hong Kong’s Sam Hui Yu Lydia (9.716 points),
who is in third place, so she is well positioned to aim for an upset.
After finishing the game, Seo Hee-ju said,
“I thought about the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang and got emotional right before the game.
I am satisfied because I think I showed everything I have prepared.
I will perform well in javelin.”
Seo Hee-joo, the bronze medalist at the 2014 Incheon Games,
was unable to play as his left knee cruciate ligament ruptured during the final inspection with just five minutes left before the start of the 2018 Jakarta/Palembang Games.
Since then, Seo Hee-joo, who has been on the operating table twice,
postponed retirement and focused on training, and tried again for the Asian Games after five years.
In the Wushu Turo Men’s Jangkwon Dosul held on the same day,
As Lee Yong-hyeon (Chungnam Sports Council) ranked 9th with a total score of 9.386,
with movement mass of 4.90 points, difficulty score of 1.80 points, and acting ability of 2.686 points.
Lee Yong-hyeon, the 2014 Incheon Asian Games silver medalist,
made a big mistake in his second performance, wobbling on the landing.
Lee Yong-hyeon is the older brother of Lee Yong-moon (Chungnam Sports Council),
who won the silver medal in the men’s Namgwon and Namgon the day before.