The Taijiquan Warriors make their final spurt to win gold at the Hangzhou Asian Games.
Leading the way is archery.
Starting at 10 a.m. on the final day of archery competition at the Fuyang Throat Sports Center Archery Range in Hangzhou, China, South Korea will go for two gold medals.
So Chae-won, who qualified for the women’s compound final, will face Jyoti Surekha Bennam (India) for gold at 10am.
The Korean archery compound standout will be looking to make up for missing out on gold in the mixed team and women’s team events.
The 2018 Jakarta-Palembang gold medalist in the women’s team event will win her second consecutive Asian Games gold medal if she wins the individual event. 온라인카지노
At 11:50 a.m., Korean archery will compete in the women’s recurve final with one gold medal up for grabs. The two athletes who will be competing in the final are Lim Im-hyun and An An.
They are teammates who shared the gold medal in the recurve women’s team event, but today they will meet as enemies who will do everything they can to beat each other.
The two will be especially eager to win this event as South Korea has not won an individual gold medal in archery recurve at an Asian Games since Incheon 2014.
Ahn Se-young, the world No. 1 in badminton, is aiming for her first Asian Games gold medal.
A win in the badminton women’s singles final at 3 p.m. at the Binjiang Gymnasium in Hangzhou would give her a sweep of this year’s World Championships and the Asian Games.
Weightlifting and sport climbing are also in contention for gold.
Park Hye-jung, known as the second Roseanne, is the favorite to win gold in the women’s heaviest weight class (over 87 kilograms).
With Li Wenyuan (China), one of the best weightlifters in the world, out of action due to injury, Park’s chances of winning are high.
South Korean sport climbing sensation Seo Chae-hyun (KOR) will challenge for the top spot in the women’s combined (lead and bouldering).
After a disappointing finish at the Tokyo Olympics, it will be interesting to see if Seo can bring home a gold medal here.
Golden Saturday will be highlighted by soccer.
The South Korean national team, led by Hwang Sun-hong, will take on Japan in the men’s soccer final at 9 p.m. at the Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou.
With a win, South Korea will complete the golden trifecta of three consecutive Asian Games titles.
Women’s hockey has a chance to win gold at the Asian Games for the first time in nine years. South Korea will play its final game at 7:30 p.m. against China.
There’s another reason why winning this tournament is so important.
The winner of the tournament will also qualify for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, so the Koreans will be looking to kill two birds with one stone against China.
In the new event of breaking, the Korean men’s team made it through to the quarterfinals with ease.
Kim Hong-ryul (Hong10-Dobong-gu Office) and Kim Heon-woo (Wing-Seoul City Hall) finished second in Group A and first in Group B, respectively, in the men’s breaking qualifier at the Gungsu Canal Sports Park Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China.
The final eight will now compete in the gold medal match on Sunday at 7pm.
After reaching the final in dramatic fashion, Korean baseball will look to win its fourth consecutive Asian Games gold medal.
After losing to Chinese Taipei in the first round of the group stage and looking like a long shot to reach the final, the Koreans swept Japan and China in the super round to secure a spot in the final.
South Korea will face Chinese Taipei at 7 p.m. for the Asian crown.