102nd National Sports Festival, Chungbuk National Team

The 102nd National Sports Festival Nam High School (under 19) rugby match between Chungbuk High School and Incheon Machinery Technical High School is being played at Daegu Gyeongsan Life Sports Park Rugby Stadium on the 10th. On that day, Chungbuk High School defeated Incheon Kigong 54-0 and advanced to the semifinals.

[Tongyang Ilbo Correspondent Lee Do-geun]At the 102nd National Sports Festival held in Gumi, Gyeongsangbuk-do, the Chungbuk team continues its promotion.

On the 11th, the 4th day of the competition, the representative team of the Chungbuk High School collected 40 medals, including 9 gold medals, 16 silver medals, and 15 bronze medals.

On this day, Chungju Yeseong Girls’ High School, a women’s soccer team, advanced to the final after 5 years. Yesung Girls’ High School defeated the home team Pohang Girls’ High School 3-2 in the semifinals of the girls’ high school in the heavy rain at the Yangdeok Sports Town Soccer Stadium in Pohang on the same day and secured at least a silver medal.

The three baseball advertisements advanced to the quarterfinals by winning the Busan Gyeongnam High School by lottery (5-4) by rain. The Chungbuk High School rugby team shut out Incheon Machinery High School 54-0, and the Ilshin Girls’ High School handball team also defeated Incheon Business High School 31-26 to secure the bronze medal and advance to the semifinals.

The South High School fencing EP team Youngjin Jeong, Jeongbeom Kim, Seungmin Kim, and Euijin Noh (Chungbuk Chego High School) and the sabre group Jaemo Lee, Jewoong Hwang, Jihoon Kim, and Minchan Jeong (Chungbuk Chego High School) each added two bronze medals.

Wushu Janggwon Almighty Kim Jeong-woo (Chungbuk Chego High School) and Santa 56 kg class Kang Hee-chan (Cheongju Technical High School) each won silver medals.

In the rowing where the final was canceled due to rain, Chungju Girls’ High School won the silver medal in the quadruple scull, and Seong-bae Jeon and Seung-gu Jeong (Kukwon High School) won the bronze medal in the double scull, respectively, according to the rules of the game.

The men’s and women’s roller speed 3000m relay was postponed to the 12th due to rain.

On the 12th, the Chungbuk team will continue hunting for gold in the Greco-Roman wrestling, boxing, and track and field events.

North Chungcheong Province sent golden news from the first day of the tournament.

Chungbuk’s first gold medal came in weightlifting. Kyung Da-eun (a sophomore at Chungbuk Physical Education High School) won the gold medal in the weightlifting competition held at Andong University Gymnasium in Gyeongsangbuk-do on the 8th, lifting 77 kg in the second time in the 59 kg class of high school girls.

From the 2nd day of the competition, gold veins exploded centered on filial events such as rollers.

In the Chungbuk Roller event, Minseo Kim (3rd year Cheongju Female Award) took the gold medal, and Kwon Yerim (Cheongju Female Award 2nd year) and Kim Jeong-woo (Jecheon High School sophomore) took the silver medal each at the E10,000m E10,000m held at Andong University Roller Stadium on the 9th. Ahn Jung-min (3rd year Jecheon High) added a bronze medal in the 500m sprinter. On the 10th, in the roller speed 100mO.R Hwang Gyu-yeon (Seowon High School) and 10,000 mEP (excluded points), Nam high school Kim Jeong-woo (Jecheon High School) and female high school Min-seo Kim (Cheongju Female Sangsang) won gold medals, respectively.

Shin Sol-yi (a sophomore in Chungbuk Cheung High School), a promising next-generation Korean women’s gymnast, harvested 2 golds and 3 silvers alone. Shin Sol-i took second place in the individual overall by winning gold medals in the vault and floor events of the high school girls’ mechanical gymnastics held at Mandang Gymnasium in Pohang on the 9th and 10th, respectively, and silver medals in the double parallel bar and balance beam.

Jeong Tae-kyung (Chungbuk Commercial Information High School, sophomore) from the South High School of Squash and Yuna Cheon, a certified poomsae from the Taekwondo Girls’ High School (Hi-Tech High School) added valuable bronze medals. Reporter Lee Do-geun [email protected]


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