[Asian Games] Will the Women’s Taekwondo Team Win their First Three Consecutive Games? Lee Da-bin, Secures +67kg of Silver
Defeating a Kazakh player to advance to the finals… A match against China’s Zhou Zechi for the gold medal
Lee Da-bin (Seoul City Hall), a leading figure in women’s sparring who is attempting to win her third consecutive tournament title at the Hangzhou Asian Games,
is just one win away from reaching the gold medal.
As Lee Da-bin defeated Kazakhstan’s Cancel Denis with a round score of 2-1 (13-2 13-13 16-3) in the semifinals of the women’s over-67 kg Taekwondo competition held at the Lin’an Sports and Culture Center in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, on the 28th.
Lee Da-bin, who dominated the first round, finished the second round with a score of 13-13 and had to decide the winner in the third round. 카지노사이트원
In the event of a tie, the second round was awarded according to the rules for determining the winner by counting rotation techniques, head and body attack attempts, etc.,
but in the third round, he actively kicked from the beginning and scored 9 points in a row to win.
With this, Lee Da-bin secured the silver medal.
His opponent in the finals is Zhou Zechi of China.
Lee Da-bin, winner of the 2014 Incheon (62kg class) and 2018 Jakarta-Palembang (over-67kg class) competitions,
is attempting to become the first woman to win three consecutive Asian Games in the women’s division since the 1998 Bangkok Games when the women’s individual sparring event was introduced.
The only person who holds the record of three consecutive wins in the Asian Games for both men and women is national team coach Lee Dae-hoon, who was a star in Korean Taekwondo.
Korea, the ‘country of origin’, won three gold medals in the Taekwondo sparring event until the day before.
On the 25th, the first day of sparring competition, Jang Jun (Korea Gas Corporation) stood at the top of the men’s 58kg class, and on the 26th, Park Hyejin (Goyang City Hall) won the women’s 53kg class.
On the 27th, Park Woo-hyuk (Samsung S-1) won a gold medal in the men’s 80kg class, establishing the pride of the heavyweight class.
The national team won two gold medals in the Poomsae event on the 24th, the first day of this competition.
If Lee Da-bin also wins, he will receive a gold medal in Taekwondo for five consecutive days.
Meanwhile, Lee Seon-ki (Suwon City Hall), who competed in the men’s over-80kg class, withdrew in the round of 16.
Seongi Lee lost to Afghanistan’s Ali Akbar Amiri with a round score of 0-2 (1-4 8-9).