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Woo Sang-hyuk Win the Diamond League Finals [sport]

Woo Sang-hyuk Becomes the First Korean Athlete to Win the Diamond League Finals... 2m35

‘Smile Jumper’ Woo Sang-hyuk (27, Yongin City Hall) became the first Korean to win the World Association of Athletics Federations Diamond League Final. 카지노사이트원

Woo Sang-hyuk surpassed 2m35 and reached the top in the men's high jump competition at the 2023 World Association of Athletics Federations Diamond League Final held at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, USA on the 17th (Korean time).

The moment the win was confirmed, Woo Sang-hyuk smiled brightly while holding the diamond-shaped trophy.

Woo Sang-hyuk also won $30,000 (about 40 million won) in prize money for winning the Diamond League Final.

The record of 2nd place Norbert Kowielski (26, Poland) and 3rd place Juvon Harrison (24, USA) was 2m 33.

On this day, Woo Sang-hyuk cleared 2m 15, 2m 20, 2m 25, and 2m 29 all in the first period.

There were only two players, Woo Sang-hyuk and Harrison, who crossed the 2m29 bar without failing once.

Woo Sang-hyuk took the lead by crossing 2m33 in the first period.

Kobielski, who failed once at 2m 25 and 2m 29, also succeeded at 2m 33 in the first period.

Harrison exceeded 2m33 in the third period and put pressure on Woo Sang-hyuk.

However, the 2023 Diamond League Final Champion was Woo Sang-hyuk.

Woo Sang-hyuk roared by exceeding 2m35 in the third period, which is the same as the Korean outdoor record he set at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics (4th place) and the 2022 Eugene World Championships (2nd place).

The Korea Athletics Federation manages the men's high jump indoor and outdoor records by integrating them.

The Korean record for men's high jump is 2m36 (indoor), held by Woo Sang-hyuk.

As Kobielski and Harrison failed to surpass 2m33 in all three attempts, Sanghyuk Woo was confirmed to win.

Woo Sang-hyuk received congratulations from his competitors, including Harrison, and enjoyed the joy of holding the diamond-shaped trophy, saying, "I really want to have it."

Woo Sang-hyuk has also virtually confirmed his participation in the 2024 Paris Olympics.

The standard record for the Paris Olympics is 2m33, and the record recognition period is from July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024.

Woo Sang-hyuk passed the Paris Olympic standard record early on.

He became the first Korean player to win the Diamond League Final, where he competed, and passed the Paris Olympic standard record, doubling his joy.
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Novak Djokovic, Reached the Top of the US Open Tennis Tournament [sport]

Djokovic Wins US Open Tennis… Tied record for most wins in major singles

First 24 wins since the Open era... This year, he swept the Australian Open, French Open, and US Open.

Novak Djokovic (2nd place, Serbia) reached the top of the US Open tennis tournament (total prize money of 65 million dollars, approximately 85.76 billion won). 바카라사이트

Djokovic defeated Daniil Medvedev (3rd place, Russia) 3-0 (6-3 7-6) in 3 hours and 16 minutes in the men's singles final on the last day of the tournament held at the Billy Jean King National Tennis Center in New York, USA on the 10th (local time). <7-5> Defeated 6-3).

Djokovic, who returned to the top of the US Open five years after 2018, won his 24th major singles title.

With this, Djokovic matched the record for most singles wins in a major tournament set by Margaret Court (retired, Australia) among male and female players.

Djokovic and her court have won 24 times, followed by Serena Williams (retired, USA) with 23 times.

However, Djokovic is the only one to have won 24 times since 1968, when professional players were allowed to participate in major tournaments.

Court has won 11 major singles titles since 1968.

If we narrow the scope to men's singles, Rafael Nadal (Spain) is next to Djokovic, winning 22 times.

Djokovic swept the Australian Open, French Open, and US Open among the four major tournaments this year, and was only runner-up at Wimbledon.

The prize money for winning this US Open is $3 million (4.01 billion won).

This year marks the fourth time that Djokovic has swept three major tournaments in one year, following 2011, 2015, and 2021.

In particular, Djokovic built his pride by regaining supremacy this year at the Australian Open and US Open, where he was unable to participate last year because he did not receive the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) vaccine.

If Djokovic had participated in the Australian Open and US Open last year, it is possible that his number of major wins would have been greater than now.

Djokovic, born in May 1987, also set the record as the oldest winner of the US Open men's singles since 1968.

Since 1968, the oldest person to win the US Open men's singles title was Ken Rosewall (Australia), aged 35, in 1970.

Djokovic avenged his loss to Medvedev in the 2021 US Open final two years ago.

At the time, if Djokovic had won the US Open, he could have swept the four major tournaments that year, but was caught by Medvedev.

Djokovic, who had already confirmed his rise to first place in the world rankings to be announced on the 11th, celebrated his return to first place by winning the US Open.

Djokovic took the lead by breaking Medvedev's first serve game after the game started and took a 3-0 lead in the first set.

Djokovic, who won the first set relatively easily 6-3, struggled somewhat with Medvedev's counterattack in the second set.

His second set game score was 5-6, and he allowed a set point once during his serve game, so he almost had to play a long game of four sets or more.

However, Novak Djokovic, who immediately escaped the crisis with a volley winner, eventually took the advantageous position by taking the second set after a tie break.

Medvedev, who had a close semifinal match with last year's winner of this tournament, Carlos Alcaras (No. 1, Spain) two days ago, wasted even more stamina, was unable to make a significant counterattack in the third set and eventually bowed out.
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Klinsmann Draws 0-0 With Wales

Klinsmann Draws 0-0 With Wales... First Debut in History With No Wins in 5 Games

Frustrating performance with ‘1 effective shot’ in the first away evaluation match… Only Son Heung-min has struggled and has not won in 5 games... For the first time since the introduction of the full-time supervisor system in 1992,

Klinsmann was unable to break the chain of no wins for five consecutive games since his debut, drawing in a friendly match with Wales.

The Korean men's soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany), drew 0-0 with Wales in a friendly match held at Cardiff City Stadium in Wales, England, on the 8th (Korean time).

As a result, Klinsmann recorded no wins, 3 draws, and 2 losses in his entire career. 온라인카지노

After coach Klinsmann took over, Korea failed to win against Colombia (2-2 draw) and Uruguay (1-2 loss) in the March A match, and lost to Peru (0-1 loss) in the June A match. Drawn with El Salvador (1-1 draw).

Since the Korea Football Association introduced the full-time coach system for the national team A in 1992, Coach Klinsmann is the first coach to have failed to win in five games.

Previously, coach Guus Hiddink achieved his first win in four games, and coaches Hong Myung-bo and Shin Tae-yong achieved their first win in five games.

In the FIFA rankings, Korea is ranked 28th and Wales is ranked 35th.

Korea moves to Newcastle, England, and attempts its first victory against Saudi Arabia (54th) at 1:30 a.m. on the 13th.

Saudi Arabia recently appointed former Italian national team coach Roberto Mancini (Italy) as head coach.

Coach Klinsmann, who was leading an away warm-up game for the first time, used the 'nail' strategy that Tottenham had a lot of fun with in the game against Burnley last weekend.

Son Heung-min and Cho Kyu-sung (Midtjylland), who scored a hat trick against Burnley, took on the top two, while Lee Jae-seong (Mainz) and Hong Hyun-seok (Gent) were deployed as left and right wings.

Hong Hyun-seok, who was first selected for the national team during the international match last July and appeared as a substitute in both games, appeared as a starter in the international match for the first time in his life.

The midfield was led by Park Yong-woo (Al-Ain) and Hwang In-beom (Zvezda).

The four-back defensive line, from the left, consisted of Lee Ki-je (Suwon), Kim Min-jae (Munich), Jeong Seung-hyeon, and Seol Young-woo (Ulsan), and the goalkeeper gloves were worn by Kim Seung-gyu (Al-Shabab).

In Wales, Son Heung-min's teammate Brennan Johnson took on the top two along with Nathan Broadhead (Ipswich Town).

Tottenham center back Ben Davis also stood in the final defensive line wearing the captain's armband.

In the 13th minute of the first half of the first half, Korea was unable to create a scene of note, but they allowed a shot to be made by Broadhead, who was penetrating, but Kim Seung-gyu's save saved the team from conceding a goal.

The Korean players were unable to stop the ball from reaching Broadhead in the midfield at all.

In the 19th minute of the first half, Son Heung-min recorded Korea's first shot from outside the penalty area, but it hit the defense.

Korea, who had difficulty attacking Wales' defense, created several threatening scenes at the end of the first half.

In the 37th minute of the first half, Lee Ki-je's sharp cross from the left failed to reach the heads or feet of Cho Kyu-seong and Hong Hyun-seok, who were rushing toward the goal.

In the 40th minute of the first half, Son Heung-min's right-footed curling shot from the left side of the penalty arc was caught by goalkeeper Danny Ward.

In the 16th minute of the second half, Korea changed its line by replacing Hwang In-beom and Hong Hyun-seok and replacing them with Lee Soon-min (Gwangju) and Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton).

However, the flow of the game did not change much after that, and a dangerous scene continued in the middle of the second half.

In the 20th minute of the second half, Kiefer Moore's header from Chris Mepham's cross from the right hit the right post.

A minute later, Broadhead's low mid-range shot hit the defense and passed the left side of the goal.

Even after several substitution cards were used at the end of the game, the trend of Korea being inferior continued.

In the 29th minute of the second half, Hwang Ui-jo (Norwich) replaced Cho Gyu-seong, and in the 39th minute of the second half, Yang Hyun-jun (Celtic) and Lee Dong-kyung (Ulsan) replaced Lee Jae-seong and Park Yong-woo.

Korea recorded 4 shots on this day (Wales 10).

Three of these were created by Son Heung-min.
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