Korean short track ace Choi Min-jung wins 4 gold medals in the Winter U competition

Choi Min-jeong, the leader of the Korean short track speed skating team, won four gold medals at the 31st Winter Universiade.

Choi Min-jung took first place with a record of 1 minute 38 seconds 107 in the short track women’s 1000m final at the Olympic Center 1932 Rink in Lake Placid, New York, USA on the 22nd (Korean time).

Choi Min-jeong, she moved out to first place midway through the race and held her lead until the end. Seo Hwi-min, who competed with her, took the bronze medal with a time of 1:38:252.

Choi Min-jeong also took the top spot on her podium in the women’s 3000m relay. The national team, which participated with Kim Kun-hee, Park Ji-yoon and Seo Hwi-min, won the championship with a record of 4 minutes 12 seconds 557, beating China, the United States and Canada.

With this, Choi Min-jeong won four gold medals in the event, including the women’s 1500m and 500m events held before her. 메이저사이트

The men’s short track team also held a golden race. The national team, which featured Jang Seong-woo, Jeong Won-sik, Kim Tae-seong, and Lee Jun-seo, won the men’s 5000m relay, and in the men’s 1000m event, Jang Seong-wu, Lee Jung-min, and Kim Tae-seong swept gold, silver, and bronze medals side by side.

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