‘Short Track Ace’ Park Ji-won won the 6th World Cup 1,500m￼
Park Ji-won (Seoul City Hall), the ‘Korean men’s short track speed skater’, won the 1,500m championship at the 6th round of the International Skating Union (ISU) World Cup.
Park Ji-won won the 1,500m final in Dordrecht, Netherlands on the 11th (local time) with a record of 2:17:200.
It is Park Ji-won who continued to rise. He reached the top five times in the World Cup 1,500m from the 1st, 3rd to 6th competitions this season.
Adding to the fact that she came in first place three times in the 1,000m event, Park Ji-won won eight gold medals in the individual event at the World Cup. 메이저놀이터
Park Ji-won climbed to first place on the outcourse with 9 laps to go. Jens Pant Bout of the Netherlands once took the lead, but Park Ji-won took the lead with five laps to go. After that, he crossed the finish line first with ease. Following Park Ji-won, Lee Dong-hyun won the first medal in the individual event in second place. Third place is Pant Bout.
Hong Gyeong-hwan, who raced together, finished 7th.
In the men’s 1,000m first race final, Kim Tae-seong (Dankook University) unfortunately failed to win a medal. He stayed in 4th place.
In the women’s 1,500m final held on the same day, Shim Suk-hee (Seoul City Hall) won her bronze medal. Gilli Kim (Seohyun High School) finished the race in 5th place, and Kim Gun-hee finished the race in 7th place in Final B.
In the first round of the women’s 1,000m race, Seo Hwi-min (Korea University) withdrew from the quarterfinals, and Lee So-yeon (Sports Toto) advanced to Final B and finished second.