Hwang Seon-woo (Gangwon Provincial Office) placed 2nd and 5th respectively in the Halla Cup 50m freestyle and 100m backstroke, which she participated in as part of ‘speed training in preparation for the world championship’.
Hwang Seon-woo took second place in the men’s 50m freestyle final at the 18th Jeju Halla Cup National Swimming Championship held at the indoor swimming pool of the Jeju Sports Complex on the 14th, recording 22.45 seconds. It was 0.22 seconds slower than his personal best of 22 seconds 23 seconds. 1st place was Ji Yu-chan (Daegu Metropolitan City Hall), who broke the new competition record of 22 seconds and 32 seconds. Hwang Seon-woo’s record was also faster than the previous record, but he became second in the Halla Cup. 토토사이트
Hwang Seon-woo took 5th place in the 100m backstroke final held the following day with a time of 56.08. Hwang Seon-woo, who came 7th overall in the preliminary round with 14 players, cut his record by 1 second 02 in the final. Although he did not reach the podium, he achieved a significant result in that it was his first official backstroke competition. Kim Woo-min (Gangwon Provincial Office), who competed in the same event as Hwang Seon-woo, took second place with a time of 54 seconds and 93 seconds. This is 0 seconds 71 seconds faster than the personal record of 55 seconds 64 recorded as a backstroke runner in the 400m medley relay at the National Sports Festival last year.
Meanwhile, Choi Dong-yeol (Gangwon Provincial Office), who holds the Korean record for the 50m breaststroke, attempted to renew the Korean record at the event, but unfortunately failed. Choi Dong-yeol was the first to take the touchpad in 27 seconds and 10 seconds. This is 0 seconds 01 short of the Korean record of 27 seconds 09 he set in this competition in 2022. Kim Seong-ju, Kim Min-joon, Song Im-gyu, and Yang Jae-hoon (Gangwon Provincial Office), who competed in the 400m relay that day, took second place with a record of 3:22:14.