Lee Yeram (Cheonan Osungjung) broke the Korean middle school girls’ shot put record again.
Lee Yeram won the girls’ secondary school shot put (3 kg) final at the National Boys’ Championships at Ulsan Sports Complex on Sunday with a throw of 15 meters (86 feet).
Lee, who set the Korean record for girls메이저사이트‘ secondary schools with a throw of 15 meters (22 feet) on April 14 at the National Chuncheon Junior High School Championships, beating Kim Yoo-jin’s 15 meters (21 feet) by one centimeter in 2016, broke the record with a throw of 15 meters (53 feet) on the KBS boat on April 6, and then set another record 21 days later.
In her last three competitions, Lee has set the Korean record for middle school girls.
“I’m happy to set the Korean record for girls’ middle school for the third time in a row,” Lee said after the competition, “and I hope to break my own record in the next competition.”
Lee Sae-bom breaks Korean middle school girls’ javelin record
(SEOUL) Lee Sae-bom of South Korea performs a throw during the girls’ secondary school javelin final at the National Boys’ Championships at the Ulsan Sports Complex on Sunday. [Courtesy of the Korea Athletics Federation. Resale and DB prohibited][Courtesy of the Korea Athletics Federation. Resale and DB prohibited].
Lee Sae-bom (Injejoong) set a new school record in the girls’ secondary javelin final with a throw of 48.79 meters (47.47 meters).
Sprinting prospect Lee Da-in (Gyeongmyeong Girls’ Middle School) won the 100-meter hurdles final with a personal best of 14.48 seconds (14.64).
“My goal is to break the Korean record for girls in the 100-meter hurdles (14.10) this year,” said Lee.