Kim Hee-jin and Joo Jeong-hoon, Taking the Lead with the Taegeukgi

Taking the Lead with the Taegeukgi… Kim Hee-jin and Joo Jeong-hoon Became Each Other’s Hands and Eyes

Joint flag bearer for the Disabled AG opening ceremony.

“A glorious experience.

“I will do well in this game as well.”

Kim Hee-jin held the flagpole with both hands, and Joo Jeong-hoon straightened the Taegeukgi with one hand.

Two players of the same age, born in 1994, became each other’s hands and eyes and moved forward brilliantly. 온라인카지노

Korean goalball at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Para Games National team captain Kim Hee-jin (Sports Class B2,

Seoul Sports Association for the Disabled) and Taekwondo signboard Joo Jeong-hoon (Sports Class K44, SK Eco Plant)

competed at the competition held at the Olympic Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou,

the capital of Zhejiang Province, China, on the 22nd at 8:30 pm (Korean time).

He led the Korean athletes from the front as a co-flag bearer at the opening ceremony.

3,020 athletes from 44 countries according to the order of the English alphabet abbreviations of the National Olympic Committees (NOCs) belonging to the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA).

2,101 executives and a total of 5,121 participants were introduced one by one, and the Korean team appeared in the 15th order of the day.

At the head of the team, dressed in navy blue uniforms and red ties,

Kim Hee-jin, who is visually impaired, and Joo Jeong-hoon,

who has no right hand, held up a large Taegeukgi together.

Kim Hee-jin, who was selected as the flag bearer, held the opening ceremony.

Prior to this, he expressed his feelings, saying, “I am honored to have been entrusted with such an important role.”

Joo Jeong-hoon also expressed his excitement, saying, “I am very nervous because it is a burdensome position,

but I want to walk well representing Korea.” and expectations at the same time.

As they had decided, the two players stood at the front of the team and said ‘cool’ They walked.

The two players, holding the large Taegeukgi,

walked toward the center of the stadium without wavering, and when Korea was called,

they waved the Taegeukgi together and applauded.

Kim Hee-jin He held on to the flagpole with both hands, and Joo Jeong-hoon held the tip of the national flag and stretched it out.

Kim Hee-jin, who completed her duties as flag bearer, said, “I felt a new emotion.

My heart was full when I appeared representing my country as a flag bearer.

I looked back on that day and said, “I felt like I had to do better in the game.”

Joo Jeong-hoon said, “My heart felt big.

I will definitely compete in the next competition as well.

“I thought I wanted to participate,” she said.

Kim Hee-jin, captain of the women’s goalball team, is participating in the Asian Para Games for the third time, but has not yet won a medal.

At last year’s World Championships, they advanced to the finals by defeating Japan,

known as ‘the world’s strongest,’ and then finished as runners-up and qualified for the 2024 Paris Paralympic Games.

As they are riding a good trend in recent international competitions,

they are expected to win a medal in this competition.

My hope of being able to compete has grown.

At the team selection ceremony held at the Icheon Athletes’ Village in Gyeonggi Province on the 13th

Kim Hee-jin said, “There are many formidable opponents in this tournament,

such as China and Japan, but I will not give up and do my best until the end.”

He expressed his determination going into the competition, saying, “As always, I will break my body and block it.”

The women’s goalball team will begin its medal journey starting with the match against Iran on the 23rd.

2020 Tokyo Paralympics bronze medalist Joo Jeong-hoon will participate in his first Para Asian Games.

Taekwondo was adopted as an official sport for the first time in this competition.

Joo Jeong-hoon said, “I didn’t want medals (in sports for the disabled) to look easy,

so I gritted my teeth and trained harder.”

Eun expressed his determination, saying, “I will go into the competition with the mindset that it is no use unless I get a gold medal.”

Joo Jeong-hoon said, “I have competed against players ranked 1st to 4th in the world in international competitions, but I can’t win.

I think there is.

He strengthened his resolve, saying, “I want to become the first gold medalist in this competition and become a player who opens the way for younger players.”

Joo Jeong-hoon will take on the golden kick in the men’s 80kg class on the 25th.


Hangzhou Disabled AG Opens ‘If Hearts Connect, The Future Opens’

Hangzhou Disabled AG Opens… ‘If Hearts Connect, The Future Opens’

The Korean team aims for 4th place overall.

Jang Mi-ran, Second Vice Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, gave encouragement with applause

Visually impaired girl walks toward her dreams using the scent of apricot-scented osmanthus flowers as a guide.

The 2022 Hangzhou Asian Para Games, which had been postponed for a year due to the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19), has begun in earnest. 카지노사이트

The Hangzhou Asian Para Games Organizing Committee will be held at 8 p.m. on the 22nd.

At 30:30 (Korean time), the opening ceremony of the competition was held in a grand manner at the Olympic Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China.

The theme of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Para Games is ‘Hearts Meet, Dreams Shine’.

‘Heart This slogan, ‘If we connect, the future opens’,

means that those who come together with dreams and competition for victory will create a brighter future together.

The organizing committee is a plant’ Osmanthus was presented as the symbol of the competition.

The osmanthus flower, recorded in ancient Chinese literature,

symbolizes the charm of Hangzhou, and the osmanthus tree symbolizes vitality and vitality.

The osmanthus flower crown symbolizes the arduous training.

It means an achievement achieved through enduring.

At the opening ceremony on this day, a visually impaired girl,

symbolizing a disabled athlete, appeared on stage.

Soon, the scent of osmanthus flowers spread throughout the Olympic Sports Center Stadium.

This girl bravely walked the path toward her dream, using the scent similar to apricots and peaches as a guide.

They set out to find it, and a huge osmanthus wreath,

symbolizing a happy meeting and victory, was drawn in the air.

The organizing committee explained that this was an image of disabled athletes coming together with genuine hearts and moving toward their dreams.

I did.

Next, a total of 5,121 participants, including 3,020 athletes and 2,101 executives from 44 countries,

lined up toward the center stage, in order of the English alphabet abbreviations of the 45 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) belonging to the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA).

After entering, we left and left.

Athletes from each country began to enter, led by Afghanistan, and Korea took the lead from 44 countries with Taekwondo Joo Jeong-hoon (Sports Class K44, SK Eco Plant) and Goalball Kim Hee-jin (Sports Class B2, Seoul Sports Association for the Disabled) as co-flagship bearers.

He was the 15th player to enter.

The team, led by team leader Kim Jin-hyuk, wore dark uniforms and red ties,

waving the Korean national flag in one hand while greeting the audience with the other.

Korea is a visual soccer team.

A total of 345 athletes, including 208 athletes and 137 executives,

were dispatched to 21 sports excluding, aiming for 4th place overall.

Second Vice Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Jang Mi-ran and Korea Sports Association for the Disabled President Jeong Jin-wan,

who attended the opening ceremony, responded by clapping their hands at the Korean athletes’ stance.

There was loud applause when the Palestinian team,

suffering from the war between Israel and Hamas, entered for the 28th time.

When the Chinese team entered last, the stadium was ready to leave.

It was covered with cheers.

Wang Hao, the Chinese governor of Zhejiang Province,

who was in charge of the organizing committee for the Hangzhou Asian Para Games, said,

“We will continue our passion for sports by starting the Asian Games together with the previously successfully concluded Asian Games.”

He said, “Chinese President Xi Jinping pays attention and consideration to people with disabilities.

I hope that athletes can realize their dreams and shine with dignity, confidence, and independence.”

Next, Chairman Cheng Kai of the China Association of the Disabled said, “We prepared for the Asian Para Games with strong support from President Xi Jinping and the Chinese government,” and added, “The dreams and hopes of disabled athletes with indomitable courage and perseverance will shine.”