Busan Jung-gu Office Baek In-cheol, 50m butterfly, another Korean record

Baek In-cheol, the strongest short-distance butterfly swimmer belonging to the Jung-gu Office in Busan, set a new Korean record in the 50m butterfly.

On the 28th, Baek In-cheol won the men’s 50m butterfly final at the KB Financial Korea Swimming Championship and 2023 Management National Team Selection held at the Gimcheon Indoor Swimming Pool in Gyeongbuk, with a record of 23.50 seconds온라인카지노. He also won the World Aquatics Championships this year and the Asian Games in Hangzhou.

The record Baek In-cheol won was a new Korean record, which was shortened by 0.17 seconds from the Korean record of 23 seconds 67, which he set when winning the national selection competition on November 5 last year. In the same place on the 13th, Baek In-cheol won the Gimcheon National Swimming Championships with a time of 23 seconds and 67 seconds, setting a Korean record.

In the preliminaries held the day before, Baek In-cheol beat Young-beom Kim (Gangwon Physical Education High School, 23.96 seconds) and Jae-seok Choi (Seogwipo City Hall, 23.98 seconds) and advanced to the final with a time of 23.87 seconds. In the final, starting from lane 4, he beat Kim Ji-hoon (Daejeon City Sports Association, 23.76 seconds) and Lim Seong-hyeok (Goyang City Hall, 23.88 seconds) and was the first to take a touchpad with a new Korean record. Kim Ji-hoon is a strong player who held the Korean record before Baek In-cheol.

By winning the new Korean record, Baek In-cheol passed the International Swimming Federation A record standard of 23.50 seconds and qualified for the World Swimming Championships to be held in Fukuoka, Japan in July this year. He was also selected as the national team for the Hangzhou Asian Games, which will start in September. This is the first time Baek In-cheol has participated in the World Championships and Asian Games.

Baek In-cheol, who joined the Jung-gu Office in Busan this year after graduating from Korea National University of Physical Education, began to stand out at the end of last year. He has recently been on the rise, achieving three Korean records (including a tie record) in four months.

After the game Baek In-cheol said through the Korea Swimming Federation, “The reason for training is only to shorten the record, and I am working every moment with the determination not to participate in the competition if I do not have the confidence to shorten the record.” Baek In-cheol also received a reward of 1 million won for a new record from the Korea Swimming Federation.

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