Tokyo Olympics Archery Triple Gold Medalist Ansan

Tokyo Olympics Archery Triple Gold Medalist Ansan, Frustrated with Paris… Early Elimination from National Team Selection

Ansan (23, Gwangju Bank), who won three archery medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics,

will not be seen at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Ansan was eliminated after failing to place in the top 16 until the third round of the women’s division at the 2024 National Team 3rd Selection Tournament held at the Gwangju International Archery Range on the 11th.

As he was unable to play for the national team this year, his trip to Paris was also thwarted.


The third round of selection will be held for a total of 6 rounds,

and the top 16 players for both men and women by the 3rd round will advance to the 4th round,

at the end of the 6th round, 8 men and women will be selected based on their final scores. 온라인카지노

Ansan ranked 21st with a total score of 14.5 points in rounds 1 to 3 and did not advance to round 4.

Ansan, who started in the 3rd round of selection as a member of the 2023 national team,

ranked 8th in the first round and received 8.5 points,

but then only scored 5 and 1 point in the second and third rounds, respectively.

Im Si-hyeon (Korea National Sport University),

who won three gold medals at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held last year, ranked first until the third round.

Archery Team

Choi Mi-sun (11th place, Gwangju Bank) and Kang Chae-young (13th place, Hyundai Mobis),

who also participated in the Hangzhou Asian Games, also passed the first to third rounds.

In the men’s division, Kim Woo-jin (Cheongju City Hall),

Kim Je-deok (Yecheon County Office), and Oh Jin-hyuk (Hyundai Steel),

who teamed up to win the gold medal in the team event at the Tokyo Olympics,

passed the first, second, and third rounds, respectively, in first, second, and fourth places.

Lee Woo-seok (Kolon Xten Boys), two-time winner of the Hangzhou Asian Games,

also took 5th place and advanced to the next level.

In this third round of selection, which runs until the 14th,

20 male and female players selected through the first and second round of selection held at the end of last year,

as well as four male and female players who served as national team members in 2023, participated.

Eight men and eight women who pass this competition will qualify for the national archery team.

Then, three men and three women,

selected through two final evaluation matches in March and April, will participate in the Paris Olympics.

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