Contest finishes with the highest score ever

Gangwon-do athletes won the highest score ever at the ’20th National Winter Sports Festival for the Disabled’ and won the overall 3rd place and the leap prize, ending the 4-day fierce competition.

The pilot team won a total of 10 medals, including 4 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze medals, at the closing ceremony of the tournament, which ended on the 13th at the Pyeongchang Hall of the Alpensia Resort Convention Center in Pyeongchang. took third place. Seoul ranked first with 30,743 points, and Gyeonggi ranked second with 23,481 points.On the 13th, the final day of the competition, the pilot team won as many as seven medals. In particular, gold veins burst in team events. Following the victory of the Provincial Para Ice Hockey Team (director Kim Jeong-ho), the ‘current 4-member national team’온라인바카라 Lee Hyeon-chul, Yang Hee-tae, Jang Jae-hyeok, Jo Eun-gun, and Min Young-nam (Lee Sang-do Sports Association, manager Park Kwon-il) competed in a mixed 4-member team at the Gangneung Curling Center that day. In the final, he defeated Jeonnam starters 4-3 and won the gold medal. In the wheelchair curling duo (mix double) final held on the 10th, Jo Eun-geon and Yang Hee-tae, who won a 9-8 come-from-behind victory over ‘current duo national team’ Jung Tae-young and Jo Min-kyung (Gyeongnam selection), won both events.In the individual event, Won Jong-woong (Gangwon General) won the silver medal in the men’s cross-country intellectual free 6km (IDD) with a record of 16:30:30, and Park Hye-bin (Chuncheon Gyeseong School) won the women’s cross-country intellectual free 6km (IDD). He added a bronze medal with a time of 29 minutes 37 seconds 7. In the men’s cross-country start free 6km, Park Do-hyeon (Gangwon General) and Gil Eun-soo came in third with a time of 23 minutes 46 seconds 40. In the alpine ski event, Go Won-chan (Gangwon Myungjin School) and Seo Sang-yeon won the silver medal in the men’s visual giant slalom (B) event with a time of 46.08 seconds, while Jeon Sang-hyun (Gangwon general) took 3rd place with a record of 53.19 seconds in the men’s sitting giant slalom event. occupied Kim Mi-sook, secretary general of the Provincial Disabled Sports Association, said, “I sincerely appreciate the enthusiasm of the athletes who worked hard to achieve the goal of 3rd overall, and I will try to pay more attention to sports for the disabled in the future.

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