Park Ji-won, who won the 1000m relay race, won three gold medals at the ISU Short Track World Cup 

 also won the men’s 1000m at the 4th World Cup and won three gold medals.

Park Ji-won took the lead with a record of 1:24:573 in the men’s 1000m final at the 4th event of the 2022-2023 International Skating Union (ISU) Short Track World Cup held in Almaty, Kazakhstan on the 18th (Korean time).

Park Ji-won, who also won the gold medal in the 1000m, won three gold medals in the men’s 1500m and mixed 2000m relay.

Park Ji-won stayed in the lower ranks at the beginning of the game, but showed a spurt at the end. He moved up to 5th place with 4 laps left to go to the finish line, and he got away with the last 3 laps.

Park Ji-won sped up and climbed to second place in a messy situation when Hong Kyung-hwan, who was running together, fell. 

In the last lap, Park Ji-won had a fierce in-course fight with Steven Dubois (Canada). Ultimately, he won three gold medals, beating even Dubois.

The women’s national team also competed in the 3000m relay and won the gold medal by defeating Canada.

The women’s national team, consisting of Shim Seok-hee (Seoul City Hall), Kim Gil-ri (Seohyun High School), Seo Hwi-min (Korea University), and Lee So-yeon (Sports Toto), recorded a time of 4 minutes 12 seconds 964.

Shim Suk-hee, the last runner, succeeded in reversing with two laps left before the finish line, and then crossed the finish line enduring a fierce battle.토토사이트

In addition, Seong-Woo Jang (Korea University) also won the silver medal in the men’s 500m second race final with a time of 41.910 seconds.

Even with key players such as Hwang Dae-heon (Gangwon Provincial Office) missing due to injury, Korea achieved the expected results by winning 4 gold medals, 1 silver medal, and 1 bronze medal in this World Cup.

Meanwhile, the 5th and 6th World Cup tournaments are scheduled to be held in February next year.