Heo Hoon, Who Played for 40 Minutes in a Row

연속 40분 뛴 허훈, 감기 걸려…프로농구 KCC는 맞춤 수비 준비

Heo Hoon, who played for 40 minutes in a row, caught a cold… Professional basketball KCC prepares customized defense

Professional basketball Suwon KT’s ace Heo Hoon is suffering from a cold after his outstanding performance, scoring 37 points against the ‘super team’ Busan KCC.

KT coach Song Young-jin said, “Heo Hoon has a cold ahead of the 4th game of the 2023-2024 Jeong Kwan-Jang Professional Basketball Championship (4 wins out of 7) held at Sajik Gymnasium in Busan on the 3rd.

He said, “I received treatment at the hospital in the morning, and came (to the court) after resting at the hotel.”

He added, I have a swollen neck, but I think it will be okay (to play), adding, “We’ll have to see if I can play 40 minutes again today.” 파워볼

Heo Hoon played 40 minutes in both the second and third games of the championship.

In particular, in the third game, he scored 37 points alone, leading to a close match with KCC, which had a large number of national team players.

However, despite Heo Hoon’s performance, KT lost 89-92 to KCC, taking their second loss (1 win) in the series.

In addition to the pain of defeat, Heo Hoon, who was also faced with the negative news of a cold, came out to the court early that day and devoted himself to shooting practice.

KCC coach Jeon Chang-jin is said to have prepared a ‘customized defense’ to suppress Heo Hoon’s performance.

Coach Jeon said, “Heo Hoon’s defense was prepared differently than usual,” and “For now, Lee Ho-hyun and Calvin Jeffrey Epistola will block, but in an emergency situation, we can leave it to Song Kyo-chang.”

At the same time, he said, “We will play defense that pushes towards the end line.

He added, “I don’t want to give more space to mid-range shots.”

The former coach believed that KCC’s win rate would increase as Heo Hoon focused on individual attacks rather than saving the team, but in the third game, Heo Hoon was hit hard by mid-range shots at every critical point, making him sweaty.

At the championship media day, he said, “I won’t stop Heo Hoon.

“He will tell me to score 50 points alone,” said the former manager, adding, “I hope you understand my thoughts.

“If Heo Hoon holds the ball for a long time, the ball doesn’t go to Paris Bass,” he said.

“In fact, Heo Hoon scored 37 points, but Bass’ score dropped.

He pointed out, “We need to suppress the scoring of both players to that level and reduce the scoring of the remaining domestic players as well.”

Bass, who was the top scorer in the regular league with an average of 25.4 points per game, scored only 20 points in the third game.

Coach Song said, “Sensitive “It’s only a small part, but Bass was annoyed that the referee’s decision was harsh to him and didn’t call him well, and he said his teammates didn’t do what he wanted,” he said.

It was resolved through conversation.

In any case, Bass needs to calm down,” he said.

Pole Jin Min-seop, Overcame a Fatal Injury and Soared

'치명적 부상 딛고 날아오른' 장대 진민섭 "악바리처럼 버텼다"

Pole Jin Min-seop, ‘overcame a fatal injury and soared’ said, “I held on like a bad boy”

Left patellar tendon rupture in October 2022… Won the national competition after 1 year and 6 months of rehabilitation

Jin Min-seop (31, Yeonje County Office), who had collapsed due to a ruptured knee patellar tendon, took off again.

Jin Min-seop won the men’s pole vault collegiate and general division finals at the 52nd KBS Korea Athletics Championships held at Yecheon Stadium in Gyeongsangbuk-do on the 3rd, surpassing 5m 40m and beating Han Doo-hyun (Daejeon Facilities Management Corporation) at 5m 30m.

Although he fell short of his own Korean record (5 m 80), ‘5 m 40’ was a number of hope for Jin Min-seop, who went through a long tunnel of rehabilitation. 카지노사이트

It has been two years since Jin Min-seop won the national competition hosted by the Korea Athletics Federation, since the National Unemployed Athletics Competition (5m 40) in May 2022.

Jin Min-seop exceeded 5m40 and roared with a playful expression.

Jin Min-seop, whom we met after the game, smiled and said, “I’ve been rehabilitating for 1 year and 6 months.

I didn’t give up, I didn’t get tired, and I’m really happy I came this far.”

Jin Min-seop underwent left knee surgery in late October 2022.

It was a fatal injury, as his patellar tendon ruptured.

Before his injury, Jin Min-seop was the unrivaled leader in men’s pole vault in Korea.

Jin Min-seop, who set his first personal Korean record with 5m64 at the Taiwan Open International Athletics Championships on May 28, 2013, flew 5m80 with a ‘borrowed pole’ at the Bankstown Pole Vault Competition held in New South Wales, Australia on March 1, 2020. Ola set a new Korean record for the 8th time.

He also qualified for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics with the record he set in Australia.

Jin Min-seop is also a bronze medalist at the 2014 Incheon Asian Games.

Deep down, Korean track and field hoped that Jin Min-seop would become an athlete who would reliably advance to the finals at the Olympics and World Championships.

Jin Min-seop, who was looking up, was attacked by an evil spirit.

He could not guarantee that he would continue his career as a player, let alone break the Korean record.

Jin Min-seop confessed, “Actually, I felt like giving up.”

However, people around him who cherished his talent led Jin Min-seop to a rehabilitation training center.

Jin Min-seop said, “The seniors I played sports with in middle and high school are working as rehabilitation experts.

With the help of those seniors, I was able to return to the field sooner than expected.”

During his long rehabilitation, I became someone who looked ‘to the side’ of Jin Min-seop.

He said, “Until I was preparing for the Tokyo Olympics, I was too obsessed with records.

I also became sensitive,” and “Now I look around and try to calmly climb up.”

Jin Min-seop said, “Today, I am satisfied with 5m 40, which would have been a disappointing record in the past.

My realistic goal is to consistently surpass 5m 50 this season,” and added, “I want to go up one level again as an athlete exceeding 5m 60 and 5m 70 next year.”

Having felt the thrill of breaking Korean records several times, he sometimes imagines breaking the record again.

Jin Min-seop said, “I will not rush.

However, if my skills recover to the point where I can consistently surpass 5m 70, I will try to break the record again, even if it means training abroad at my own expense.”

While recovering, I also had a new dream.

Jin Min-seop said, “If I retire without breaking the 5m 80 mark, I want the juniors I taught to be able to jump 5m 90m and 6m,” and added, “Just as Ernest John Obiena (Philippines) cleared 6m in the pole vault and Sanghyuk Woo in the high jump became a world-class vertical jumper, he added, “In the jumping event, our Korean athletes can compete on the world stage.

I want to work hard until the end of my career and become a leader to help my juniors take on the world stage in pole vaulting,” he said.

Of course, Jin Min-seop has not yet let go of his desire to become a player.

Jin Min-seop said, “My short-term goal is to win a medal by exceeding 5m 70m at the Asian Championships to be held in Gumi next year” and pledged “I will do my best to break my Korean record like Akbari, just as I trained like Akbari and returned to the field after the surgery.”

New ‘Fencing Avengers’ to Take Charge of Paris Olympics

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New ‘Fencing Avengers’ to take charge of Paris Olympics… Who are the remaining 2 seats?

Gu Bon-gil and Oh Sang-wook hold on to the saber… Do Gyeong-dong, Ha Han-sol, and Park Sang-won compete.

Korea Fencing Association discusses full-scale selection at the Performance Maintenance Committee on the 7th.

The men’s saber team is a hit product in Korean fencing.

The word ‘Appengers’ even appeared. 바카라사이트

It is a combination of fencing and the popular hero movie The Avengers, and was used to refer to Kim Jeong-hwan, Koo Bon-gil (National Sports Promotion Foundation), Oh Sang-wook (Daejeon Metropolitan City Hall), and Kim Jun-ho (Hwaseong City Hall).

This nickname was given to the four athletes after they won the gold medal in the men’s fencing saber team event at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in 2021, but this expression can no longer be used.

Two veterans who won gold medals in the team event at last year’s Hangzhou Asian Games also gave up their ‘Appengers’ status.

Following Kim Jun-ho, who officially announced his retirement from the national team earlier this year, Kim Jung-hwan will not participate in the Paris Olympics.

Koo Bon-gil, who became the ‘eldest brother’ of the national team, and Oh Sang-wook, who is famous for fencing, are alive and well.

While the two players are holding on, Ha Han-sol (Seongnam City Hall), Do Gyeong-dong (Armed Forces Athletic Corps), and Park Sang-won (Daejeon Metropolitan City Hall) have been competing for the remaining two spots in the team competition this year.

The Korea Fencing Association plans to hold a performance improvement committee (Kyunghyang Committee) meeting on the 7th to discuss in earnest who to select as the players for the team competition, including Oh Sang-wook and Koo Bon-gil.

With the Kyunghyang Committee meeting one day away, only the coaching staff’s final decision remains.

National team coach Won Woo-young, who met with reporters during the 2024 SK Telecom Fencing Grand Prix held at the SK Handball Stadium in Olympic Park, Songpa-gu, Seoul on the 6th said, “I’m really thinking about it a lot.”

In the team event of the Men’s Saber World Cup held in Padua, Italy in early March, with star Oh Sang-wook missing due to injury, Koo Bon-gil, Ha Han-sol, Do Kyeong-dong, and Park Sang-won teamed up to win the gold medal.

Later that month, Oh Sang-wook returned and took second place at the Men’s Saber World Cup held in Budapest, Hungary, along with Koo Bon-gil, Park Sang-won, and Do Kyung-dong.

At this time, Ha Hansol was missing.

Unlike Koo Bon-gil and Oh Sang-wook, who have extensive experience in international competitions including the Olympics and Asian Games, Do Gyeong-dong (born in 1999) and Park Sang-won (born in 2000) are newcomers.

In this year’s Grand Prix men’s saber individual event held at home, all three failed to stand out.

Do Gyeong-dong and Ha Han-sol were eliminated in the round of 32, and Park Sang-won was eliminated in the round of 64.

Oh Sang-wook advanced to the quarterfinals, and Koo Bon-gil advanced to the round of 16.

Coach Won said, “Not everyone has completely recovered from their injuries.

They entered this competition with 70-80% physical condition.

We need to recover quickly and begin preparing for the Olympics in earnest.”

Koo Bon-gil also said, “As the eldest brother of this competition, I told the players that our goal is the Olympics, so they should play with less pressure.

They were young players, so they seemed inexperienced and nervous.

There are about two months left until the Olympics, so I will try to achieve good results. “he said.

Gu Bon-gil emphasized that the generational change in the Korean saber team is taking place in an ideal way.

He said, “We have to go to the Olympics to know (the results), but the best thing for us is that the generational change between veterans and newcomers did not occur at once like in other countries.

Two are medalists and two are rookies, so they can make up for each other’s shortcomings.”

“It can be done,” he pointed out.

He added, “It is a process that usually takes 4 to 8 years, but I think we have shortened it.”


Park Ji-soo Advances to Turkye League

Park Jisoo.

Korean women’s basketball ‘mainstay’ Park Ji-soo advances to Turkye League

‘Arbitrary termination’ with one year remaining in contract with KB… Transfer to Galatasaray.

Park Ji-soo, a ‘mainstay’ player in Korea’s women’s basketball, leaves the domestic stage and enters the Turkiye League. 카지노사이트

Cheongju KB, the women’s professional basketball team where Jisoo Park played until the 2023-2024 season, announced on the 3rd that Jisoo Park will join Turkye Galatasaray.

KB explained the circumstances of the transfer, saying, “On the 19th of last month, we heard about Galatasaray’s recruitment offer through Park Ji-soo.

After a subsequent meeting, we confirmed the player’s intention to advance overseas.”

Although KB had one year left on the contract, it decided to stop accompanying Park Ji-soo through voluntary termination and support Park Ji-soo’s challenge at the Mahayana level.

This refers to a state in which a player who is unable to continue his activities due to individual reasons during the contract period has agreed to temporarily terminate his contract with his club.

According to the Korean Women’s Basketball League (WKBL) regulations, players classified as voluntary termination can return to their original club only after one year from the date of announcement.

After three years, you can sign a contract not only with your own team but with all clubs in the WKBL.

However, the method of return is determined separately by the WKBL Board of Directors.

KB said, “Before going through the voluntary termination process, we had Park Ji-soo sign a contract with Galatasaray first,” and “After confirming that the two sides had coordinated detailed terms and reached a final agreement, we made an official announcement at the club level.”

He added, “I support Park Ji-soo’s dreams and challenges.

He added, “It will be a new motivating factor for all the players.”

Park Ji-soo said, “I am grateful to the club for making this difficult decision.

“I am sorry and regretful to my fans and colleagues for not being able to be with them next season, but I will take responsibility and do my best,” he said.

Park Ji-soo will leave for Turkiye in early September and join the new team.

Until then, he will play as an individual in Korea .

Park Ji-soo, who became the first player to win eight awards, including the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award at the 2023-2024 women’s professional basketball regular league awards ceremony, announced her intention to advance overseas early last

month . After finishing, “It was a season where my desire to play in overseas leagues grew, even if it wasn’t necessarily the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA),” and “Everyone in this league is smaller than me.”

Also, when I think about whether I have improved any better here compared to overseas players, I honestly think there is nothing.

Guard Park Ji-hyun, who is considered the future of Korean women’s basketball, also boldly gave up her free agent status last month and decided to challenge for the European league.

Park Ji-hyun also broke up with Asan Woori Bank through voluntary termination.

Sanghyuk Woo, Barsim you Prepared Hard

우상혁 "바르심, 열심히 준비하더라…9일 도하서 올림픽 탐색전"

Sanghyuk Woo, “Barsim, you prepared hard… Olympic exploration match in Doha on the 9th”

Participation in ‘What Gravity Challenge’, where only the top 12 contestants are invited by Barsim.

“I understand how Barsim prepared.”

Woo Sang-hyuk (28, Yongin City Hall) defined the ‘What Gravity Challenge’ held in Doha, Qatar, as an ‘exploration match’ in preparation for the Paris Olympics.

Woo Sang-hyuk, whom we met after playing the first outdoor game of the season in the men’s high jump collegiate and general division of the 52nd KBS National Athletics Championships held at Yecheon Stadium in Gyeongbuk on the 3rd, said, “Barsim is a player who refrains from competing at the beginning of the season, but this year. 온라인카지노

He said, “Of course he will want to win the competition he is hosting, having already played two outdoor competitions” and added “Barsim has prepared so hard, and only truly world-class players will participate, so it will be a really fun competition.”

Woo Sang-hyuk, who said “the record is disappointing” even after winning the KBS Cup with 2m25, leaves for Doha, Qatar late in the afternoon on the 5th.

In domestic competitions, Woo Sang-hyuk does not compete for rankings.

On this day, Woo Sang-hyuk succeeded at 2m19 in the first period, confirming his victory, and played the remaining matches as if he was training.

However, international competitions are different.

In particular, the What Gravity Challenge held in Qatar on May 9 stimulates Woo Sang-hyuk’s desire to win.

This competition was planned by Mutaz Essa Barsim (Qatar), the best active jumper, in partnership with the Qatar Athletics Federation.

Barsim, who won one gold and two silver medals at the Olympics and won three consecutive world championships, participated in major competitions with ‘What Gravity’ engraved on his hat.

This is a fitting phrase for Barshim, who jumps high as if defying gravity.

Barsim planned an international single event men’s high jump event with the Qatar Athletics Federation, and named the event ‘What Gravity Challenge’.

The World Association of Athletics Federations recognized this competition as ‘Continental Tour Silver Level’.

Barshim pledged, “I will create a competition where the world’s top 12 men’s high jumpers can jump,” and jumpers who command the world stage actually responded to Barsim’s invitation.

Woo Sang-hyuk is also a player that Barshim put a lot of effort into.

Last February, Woo Sang-hyuk and Barshim trained in Germany, and during this time, Barshim contacted Woo Sang-hyuk and politely asked him to participate in the competition.

Woo Sang-hyuk responded, “It is an honor to be invited to a competition where only world-class players participate.”

The list of participants in the What Gravity Challenge is so spectacular that it is comparable to the ‘Olympic Finals’.

Kim Do-gyun, the national team coach, explained, “At the Olympics, variables arise and sometimes the top candidates do not make it to the finals, so the list of participants for this year’s Doha Games is more spectacular than the Olympic finals.”

Barsim, Woo Sang-hyuk, Gianmarco Tamberg (Italy), and Juvon Harrison (USA), who are currently classified as the ‘big four’ in world track and field men’s high jump, will all participate in this competition.

Barshim is the strongest player on the force that needs no explanation.

Woo Sang-hyuk emerged as ‘Barshim’s rival’ by building a brilliant career, including winning the 2022 World Indoor Championships, second place at the Outdoor World Championships, and winning the 2023 Diamond League Final.

Tamberg tied for first place with Barshim at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics held in 2021.

He is also the 2023 Budapest World Championship champion.

Harrison took second place at the Budapest World Championships last year, becoming a world-class jumper.

In addition to the ‘Big 4’, top athletes who can be considered as doubles at the Paris Olympics will also participate, such as Hamish Kerr (New Zealand), who won this year’s World Indoor Championships, and Andriy Protsenko (Ukraine), who ranked third at the 2022 Eugene World Championships.

Rather, Bondarenko (Ukraine), Tobias Fortier (Germany), Naoto Tobe (Japan), Wang Zhen (China), and Luis Rivera (Puerto Rico) are also jumpers who frequently participated in major international competitions.

Woo Sang-hyuk said, “The athletes participating in the Doha competition are all top jumpers preparing for the Paris Olympics.

This will be an opportunity to check each other’s current status.”

If he wins in a place where top jumpers gather, Woo Sang-hyuk’s name can shine once again.

Woo Sang-hyuk, whose personal best record is 2m 36, said, “I plan to continue to challenge 2m 37, which is the height possible to win the Paris Olympics and is the new Korean record.

At the Doha Games, where you have to compete for rankings, you must enter the ‘championship zone’ to attempt 2m 37.”

He expressed his motivation, saying, “I definitely want to challenge 2m37 in Doha.”