Women’s medley relay 200m – Yang Jae-hoon’s men’s 100m butterfly, a new Korean record

 A new Korean record was set in the women’s medley relay 200m and men’s 100m butterfly.

The Korean women’s swimming team, consisting of Kim San-ha (Anyang City Hall), Moon Soo-ah (Seoul Body Weight), Kim Seo-yeong (Gyeongbuk Provincial Office), and Heo Yeon-kyung (Bangsan High School), held the 16th FINA World Swimming Championships in Melbourne, Australia on the 17th (Korean time). ‘ She recorded 1:48:24 in the women’s medley relay 200m heats.

Ranked 9th out of 14 countries, the top 8 teams did not advance to the finals. However, the time of 1:50:17 at the 4th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Incheon in 2013 was shortened by 1:93 in 9 years. 안전놀이터

In the 200m medley relay, each swimmer takes charge of 50m in the order of backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly and freestyle. Kim San-ha, who became the first swimmer, also rewrote the Korean record (26 seconds 67) in the short course women’s 50m backstroke.

Yang Jae-hun (Gangwon Provincial Office), who had already set Korean records the previous day, twice in the men’s 800m relay and three times in the men’s 50m freestyle, set another Korean record (51.36 seconds) in the men’s 100m butterfly preliminaries. He did not advance to the semifinals, ranking only 24 out of 55 contestants.