“Goal for 2 consecutive wins in Winter Sports Festival!” Seoul Sports Association for the Disabled, 105 X athletes on the 10th to 13th of next month
Athletes from Seoul will challenge for the second straight victory in the National Para Winter Games.
The Seoul delegation will participate in all seven events including alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, biathlon, para-ice hockey, wheelchair curling, and ice skating (short track) at the 20th National Winter Sports Festival for the Disabled, which will be held in Gangwon-do from the 10th to the 13th of next month. 105 players will participate.
Seoul won a total of 40 medals (22 gold, 14 silver, 4 bronze) last year, and won the title of overall championship by beating its rival, Gyeonggi Province, five years after the 14th event in 2017. She won the gold medal in the group event of wheelchair curling in 5 years, and showed overwhelming performance thanks to the strong performance of snow sports such as cross country and snowboarding, as well as the three gold medals of ‘Shinseong, born in 2006’ Kim Yoon-ji. 토토사이트
I set the goal of winning 2 consecutive victories. The auditory curling men’s and women’s teams are strong favorites to win. The women’s team, which had three national team members who won the first bronze medal in the history of the 2019 Winter Deflympics, was unable to demonstrate their skills due to the cancellation of the match due to Corona last year. That is why I am determined to win a gold medal this year. Ace Seo Soon-seok of the quartet of wheelchair curling is unable to participate due to injury, and Kim Hye-min, a ‘young blood’, joins the team and injects energy into it.
Hwang Min-kyu, who won two gold medals in alpine skiing last year, and Kim Yoon-ji, who swept the New Athlete Award in Winter and Summer Sports Games, are expected to show a more mature appearance. Je-hyeok “Young Gun” Je-hyeok, who unfortunately missed the semi-finals in the Beijing Paralympic Snowboard event despite his spirited downhill, will also challenge for a gold medal.
Para Ice Hockey will be played by Hong Jae-hwa and Choi Hyuk-joon, along with “PyeongChang Hero” Han Min-soo, playing coach. Goalkeeper Kwon Oh-song joins the team and guards Seoul’s goal. In the ice (short track) event, Lee Jin-ho, who has recently won gold medals in various competitions, deserves attention.
Koh Man-gyu, vice-captain of the Seoul Sports Association for the Disabled (Senior Vice President of the Seoul Sports Association for the Disabled), said, “We will not betray our sweat and efforts. “He promised.