‘Snowfield Express’ Kim Min-young (Gyeonggi-do Disabled Ski Association) won three gold medals in biathlon and cross-country skiing at the 20th National Winter Sports Festival for the Disabled, and was about to win four gold medals for the second consecutive time.
Kim Min-young teamed up with guide Kwak Han-sol to record 11:13:30 in the cross-country skiing visually impaired 4km classic on the third day of the competition held at the Alpensia Cross-Country Stadium in Gangwon-do on the 12th, and beat Choi Bo-gyu (Seoul City, 12:20:70) lightly. run away and win
On the first day, the biathlon sprint 4.5km and the middle distance 7.5km on the second day, followed by three gold medals in the competition, and if the gold medal is added in the cross-country skiing 6km free on the final day, it will rise to four gold medals for the second consecutive time.
In addition, Ko Byeong-wook (Gyeonggi-do Ice Skating Federation for the Disabled) in the men’s 1,000m men’s ice skating team won first place with a time of 1:48:99, beating Choi Jae-won (Gyeonggi, 1:55:75), winning two gold medals following the previous day’s 500m. In the youth division of the same event, Park Si-woo (Uijeongbu High School), who won the 500m the previous day, also won in 1:48:23, joining the ranks of two gold medalists.
In the Alpine Ski Men’s Men’s Intellectual Disability Club Competition, Jeong Hyeon-sik (Gyeonggi-do Disabled Ski Association) took the top spot with a time of 1:56:65, and Yang Ji-hoon of the Physical Disability Athlete’s Rotation also took the hegemony with a time of 1:43:09.
Yu Ju-ho (Gyeonggi-do Disabled Ski Association) and Han Seung-wan (guide) in the men’s alpine skiing team for the visually impaired won the gold medal in 1:52.32, and the women’s mentally-impaired group’s slalom selection (Gyeonggi-do Disabled Ski Association) also won the gold medal in 2:16.83. won with In the men’s deaf 4km classic cross-country skiing, Jeon Jeon (Gyeonggi Provincial Disabled Ski Association) won the gold medal with a time of 11:00:70. 바카라
On the other hand, Gyeonggi-do, which has returned to the top for the first time in four years, scored 15,855 points with 13 gold medals, 13 silver medals, and 12 bronze medals as of the 12th, the day before the closing of the tournament, and Seoul City (16 gold, 16 silver, 14 bronze, 4 1 19,254 points), and it was difficult to win the overall championship. However, the team is determined to reap the beauty of the end by writing a human victory drama until the final day.
An official from the Gyeonggi Provincial Sports Association for the Disabled said, “There were many difficulties, such as ice hockey being unable to participate due to internal conflict ahead of this event and some skiing events being reduced to demonstration events due to the non-participation of competing cities. I will do my best until the end of the tournament with the players to finish beautifully.”
Incheon Metropolitan City scored 4,087 points with 3 silver medals and 1 bronze medal without a gold medal, and is running 9th in the overall ranking.