South Korea secured two bronze medals in shooting at the Hangzhou Asian Games.
The Republic of Korea has won two bronze medals in shooting on the fourth day of competition at the Hangzhou Asian Games.
The shooting team of Lee Eun-seo, Lee Kye-rim, and Bae Sang-hee won the bronze medal in the women’s 50-meter rifle three-position team event at the Fuyang Throat Sports Center in Hangzhou with a total score of 1,756, good for third place behind China (1,073) and India (1,764).
The Korean team of Shim Eun-ji, Yang Ji-jin, and Kim Ran-ah also won the bronze medal in the women’s 25-meter pistol team event with 1,742 points, behind India (1,759) and China (1,756).
Swimming’s Hwang Sun-woo, bidding for a second gold medal at the Games, qualified for the men’s 200-meter freestyle final by finishing first overall in his heat.
Hwang Sun-woo finished first overall in the men’s 200m freestyle preliminaries at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center pool in 1:47.08, while his teammate Lee Ho-joon qualified third overall in 1:48.13.
Chinese rival Fan Zhanler joined him in the final in fourth place.
Hwang will go for his second gold medal of the Games tonight at 8:48pm in the final of his main event, 카지노사이트킴 the 200m freestyle.