‘Ahn Jun-ho System’ First Win in Men’s Basketball

'안준호 체제' 남자농구 첫승…안방서 34점 차로 태국 완파

‘Ahn Jun-ho System’ First Win in Men’s Basketball… They Defeated Thailand by 34 Points at Home

96-62 win with overwhelming height and speed… Grabs 48 rebounds and causes 17 errors.

The Korean men’s basketball team, which started anew under coach Ahn Jun-ho, comfortably reported its first win by defeating Thailand by 34 points at home.

The national team led by Coach Ahn defeated Thailand 96-62 in the second round of Group A of the 2025 International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Asia Cup qualifiers held at the Wonju Sports Complex in Gangwon-do on the 25th.

Korea (1 win, 1 loss), who lost 71-85 in the away game against Australia on the 22nd, recorded its first win in the preliminary round with this game. 파워볼게임

The Korean men’s basketball team has never lost to Thailand since the 1966 Bangkok Asian Games.

In this preliminary round, which will determine the team that will advance to the FIBA Asia Cup finals to be held in Saudi Arabia in August 2025, 24 countries will be divided into 6 groups and compete in a home-and-away format until February next year.

The top two countries in each group will advance directly to the finals, and four of the six countries ranked third in each group will also advance to the finals.

Korea (51st in FIBA rankings) is competing in Group A along with Australia (4th), Indonesia (74th), and Thailand (91st).

Coach Ahn, who was appointed as the new head coach of the Korean men’s basketball team last month and returned to the field as an on-field leader after 12 years, experienced the joy of his first win.

Coach Ahn increased the intensity of pressure from the beginning of the game by sending out Byun Jun-hyung (Sangmu), Oh Jae-hyeon (SK), Yang Hong-seok (LG), Kang Sang-jae (DB), and La Geon-ah (KCC) as starters.

As Oh Jae-hyeon and Byun Jun-hyung, who possess all of the physique, strength, and speed among Korean guards, put pressure on them without stopping, Thailand struggled, making 4 errors in just 3 minutes of the game.

Thailand, which was outrebounded by 7 to 13 in rebounds, was outclassed in both height and speed and was down 15 to 28 from the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Korea’s pressure became even stronger.

Korea, with forwards Sang-jae Kang and Kyo-chang Song (KCC) adding to the pressure, increased the speed of the attack and scored 16 points through fast breaks in the first half alone.

In particular, the time taken to drive the ball to the opposing side right after the rebound was shortened as much as possible, creating the effect that the opponent was facing a fast break every time they attacked.

Guards such as Oh Jae-hyun, Byun Jun-hyung, and Lee Woo-seok (Hyundai Mobis) also showed concentration in defense, lowering the opponent’s main gun Frederick Risch’s field goal success rate to 25%.

Korea took the lead early with a gap of more than 20 points in the first half alone, and at the end of the third quarter, Ha Yoon-gi (KT) scored a refreshing dunk after Song Kyo-chang’s steal to run away with a 30-point lead, 72-42.

Naturalized player La Gun-ah, whose ‘four-party contract’ that includes not only the professional basketball team Busan KCC but also the national team and KBL expires in May, showed off her skills by playing only about 17 minutes and scoring 15 points.

If the parties do not agree on an extension contract, this could be Laguna’s last game wearing the national team uniform.

Ha Yoon-gi also showed off his score from behind the goal with 13 points and 14 rebounds.

The remaining forwards, including Kim Jong-gyu (14 points), Yang Hong-seok (13 points), and Kang Sang-jae (10 points), also played their part.

Women’s Volleyball GS Caltex Defeats IBK and Revives PS

여자배구 GS칼텍스, IBK 꺾고 PS 불씨 살려…남자부 OK 3위 탈환(종합)

Women’s Volleyball GS Caltex Defeats IBK and Revives PS… Men’s OK Regained 3rd Place

4th place GS Caltex escapes 4 consecutive losses, chasing 3rd place Cheong Kwan Jang by 5 points.

OK Financial Group easily overpowers last place KB Insurance.

GS Caltex revived the spark of hope to advance to the postseason. 카지노사이트

GS Caltex defeated IBK Industrial Bank with a set score of 3-0 (25-23 25-19 25-22) in the professional volleyball Dodram 2023-2024 V League women’s home game held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 25th.

4th place GS Caltex (48 points, 17 wins, 14 losses), which broke away from a 4-game losing streak and earned 3 valuable points, narrowed the gap to 5 points with 3rd place CheongKwanJang (53 points, 17 wins, 14 losses), which had a 4-game winning streak.

In the V-League, if the point difference between 3rd and 4th place is 3 or less, a semi-playoff is held.

GS Caltex’s realistic goal is to further narrow the gap with Cheong Kwan-Jang in the remaining five games and make the semi-playoffs.

5th place IBK Industrial Bank (44 points, 14 wins, 17 losses) was unable to add points, making the path to ‘Spring Volleyball’ narrower.

IBK Industrial Bank of Korea finished its match against GS Caltex this season with 2 wins, 4 losses, and an inferiority finish.

Giselle Silva (registered name Silva), the best striker in the V-League women’s division this season, played the role of GS Caltex’s main gun on this day, scoring 28 points with a high attack success rate of 60%.

Korean wing striker Kang So-hwi, who struggled in the 5th round, also helped Silva by scoring 12 points in the first game of the 6th round.

At the IBK Industrial Bank of Korea, Brittney Abercrombie (20 points) and Seungju Pyo (15 points) fought hard, but starting setter Ponpoon Gerpard (registered name Ponpoon) was replaced at the end of the first set due to hand pain and was unable to return to the court.

This has become monotonous.

GS Caltex, which took the lead in the first set thanks to Kang So-hwi’s performance, added one point at 20-18 with a quick open by new Asian quarter player Darin Pinsu-wan (registered name Darin), and made it 22-18 due to opponent Ponpoon’s double attack mistake. It came out.

When trailing again at 23-21, Kang So-hwi created a set point with a quick open, and at 24-23, Silva ended the set with an open attack.

GS Caltex, which easily won the second set, suffered a strong counterattack from IBK Industrial Bank of Korea in the third set.

However, at 16-15 in the third set, a double attack aimed at an empty spot by setter Ahn Hye-jin fell inside the court and took a breather.

Then, when the opponent Seo-young Yook’s hard hit hit Su-ji Han’s head and floated high, Su-jin Han quickly found the spot where the ball fell and saved the ball, and So-hwi Kang scored with an open attack to make it 18-15.

Silva scored a quick opener into the court at 24-22, putting the game on the line.

In the men’s division, OK Financial Group, led by main gun Leonardo Leyva Martinez (registered name Leo), easily defeated KB Insurance, which ranked last, and regained third place.

OK Financial Group won the home game held at Sangnoksu Gymnasium in Ansan with a set score of 3-0 (25-20 25-16 25-21) over KB Insurance.

OK Financial Group reduced Korea Electric Power Corporation (47 points, 16 wins, 15 losses) to 4th place by reaching 50 points (17 wins, 14 losses).

KB Insurance, ranked last (7th), suffered 9 consecutive losses.

This season’s men’s team shows mixed results.

The difference in points from 3rd place OK Financial Group to 6th place Hyundai Capital (44 points, 14 wins, 17 losses) is only 6 points.

The teams ranked 3rd to 6th all have 5 games left this season.

On this day, Leo led the attack with 22 points, the most for both teams, including 2 blocking points and 3 serve aces.

The attack success rate was 60.71%.

Bayard Saihan also played an active role with 11 points, including 4 blocking goals.

Shin Jin-seo Exceeds 600 Million Won in Two Months

두 달 만에 6억원 돌파 신진서, 연간 상금 얼마나 경신할까

Shin Jin-seo Exceeds 600 Million Won in Two Months, How Much will he Break the Annual Prize Money?

360 million won including winning the LG Cup in January… Nongshim pear expected to be worth KRW 278 million.

Expected to win multiple awards in Eungssi pear, Lanke pear, Samsung Fire pear, and Chunran pear

Shin Jin-seo (23), 9th dan, the world’s strongest baduk player in name and reality, is doing something unusual in the early part of Gapjin year.

Shin Jin-seo, born in March 2000, celebrated his year and surpassed 600 million won in prize money less than two months later.

According to the Korea Foundation, which announces prize money rankings every month, Shin Jin-seo earned 360,946,000 won in prize money in January alone. 바카라사이트

This amount is much more than twice that of the second-ranked 9-dan reimbursement (159,512,000 won).

The new 9-dan team achieved a high-flying record of 11 wins and 1 loss in the KB Baduk League and China Gapjo League, including defeating Byeon Sang-il in the LG Cup finals, a major world tournament held in January, and receiving 300 million won in prize money.

In February, the team is on an 8-game winning streak, including the Nongshim Shin Ramyun Cup, which led Korea to its 4th consecutive win with a ‘6-game winning streak’.

Although the Korea Football Association has not yet tallied the prize money for February, Shin Jin-seo is expected to receive a prize money equivalent to winning the LG Cup only in the Nongshim Cup.

The prize money for winning the Nongshim Cup, a team event, is divided according to the national team’s internal agreement, without disclosing the distribution method externally.

According to the Korea Football Association, last year, 70% of the Nongshim Cup winning prize money was distributed equally among the participating players, 20% was paid as a winning allowance, and 10% was paid as a winning decision allowance.

In other words, 350 million won, which is 70% of the championship prize money of 500 million won, is divided equally among the five players as participation allowances, and Shin Jin-seo, who won 6 consecutive wins alone, 8th dan Seol Hyun-jun, who did not have a single win, and 9th dan Byeon Sang-il, Won Seong-jin, and Park Jeong-hwan are equally 7-dan.

Each receives 10 million won.

The winning allowance, which is 20% of the total prize money, is 100 million won, but since Shin Jin-seo is the only player to win this tournament, he will take it alone.

The 10% winning decision allowance of 50 million won also belongs to Shin Jin-seo.

It is known that this method has been agreed upon again this year, and Shin Jin-seo is expected to receive 220 million won out of the total prize money of 500 million won in the Nongshim Cup.

In addition, Nongshim Cup pays match fees and winning streak prize money to individual players separately from the winning prize money.

The match fee is 3 million won per game, and the prize money for consecutive wins is 10 million won for three consecutive wins, with an additional 10 million won paid for each additional win thereafter.

Shin Jin-seo, who won six games in a row at this Nongshim Cup, will receive 18 million won in match fees and 40 million won in prize money for consecutive wins.

Accordingly, Shin Jin-seo’s total income from Nongshim Pear will be 278 million won.

Shin Jin-seo, who has an incredible winning percentage of 19 wins and 1 loss this year, will already exceed 600 million won just by adding the Nongshim Cup prize money to his January prize money.

Since 2020, when Shin Jin-seo established himself as the number one player in Korean baduk, he has surpassed 1 billion won in prize money every year and has been crowned the prize money king for four consecutive years.

The highest annual prize money in KEPCO history is 1.4796 billion won, recorded by Shin Jin-seo last year.

Last year, Shin Jin-seo received $400,000 (approximately 530 million won) for winning the Eungssi Cup, known as the ‘Olympics of Baduk’, and received 140 million won for participating in the Nongshim Cup only for Choi Jong-guk.

Although he did not win any other world tournaments, he won over 1.4 billion won in prize money through six domestic tournament titles and the KB Baduk League and China Gapjorig.

This year, there is a growing possibility that the annual prize money will exceed 1.5 billion won for the first time in Korea.

Considering Shin Jin-seo’s skills that have reached their peak, it is predicted that he will win multiple titles in the remaining world events this year, such as the Eungssi Cup, Lanke Cup, Samsung Fire & Marine Cup, and Chunran Cup.

Shin Jin-seo, who returned to Korea on the 24th after leading the miraculous comeback win of the Nongshim Cup in Shanghai, China, said at an airport press conference, “This year, I want to show that I always win at the world championships.”

Fans are expecting Shin Jin-seo, who is full of confidence as well as his skills to be the ‘world’s strongest’, to reach his most spectacular peak in the ‘Year of the Dragon’ in which he was born.

OK Financial Group Easily Defeats KB Insurance

프로배구 OK금융그룹, 최하위 KB손보 가볍게 꺾고 3위 탈환

Professional Volleyball OK Financial Group Easily Defeats Last Place KB Insurance and Regains Third Place

Men’s professional volleyball OK Financial Group, led by main gun Leonardo Leyva Martinez (registered name Leo), easily defeated the lowest ranked KB Insurance and rose back to third place.

OK Financial Group defeated KB Insurance with a set score of 3-0 (25-20 25-16 25-21) in the 2023-2024 V-League men’s home game held at Sangnoksu Gymnasium in Ansan, Gyeonggi-do on the 25th.

OK Financial Group reduced Korea Electric Power Corporation (47 points, 16 wins, 15 losses) to 4th place by reaching 50 points (17 wins, 14 losses). 카지노사이트

KB Insurance, the lowest ranked company, suffered its 9th consecutive loss.

This season, the men’s professional volleyball team is showing mixed signs.

The difference in points from 3rd place OK Financial Group to 6th place Hyundai Capital (44 points, 14 wins, 17 losses) is only 6 points.

The teams ranked 3rd to 6th all have 5 games left this season.

Up to 3rd place is confirmed to advance to the postseason, and if 4th place reduces the point gap with 3rd place to 3 or less, a semi-playoff will be held.

The game that day was cool.

OK Financial Group showed superior skills from the first set.

The solution was Leo.

He recorded a serve ace at 21-19, and then broke the opposing team’s receiving line with a cannonball serve.

OK Financial Group succeeded in scoring three consecutive points during Leo’s turn to serve.

At 24-20, the opposing team’s Andres Vijena (registered name Viena) made an offensive error.

The second set was ahead from the beginning.

KB Insurance was shaken to the extent that Viyena’s second set attack success rate was only 22.22%, and OK Financial Group did not miss this.

All players participated in the attack, easily making the set score 2-0, with Leo scoring 5 points and Asia Quarter player Bayarsaihan Batsu (registered name Bayarsaihan) scoring 4 points with 2 blocking.

The third set was also immediately focused on OK Financial Group.

OK Financial Group widened the score gap at 8-7 by scoring three consecutive goals through an attack error by the opposing team’s Hwang Kyung-min, a blocking by Park Chang-seong, and an attacking error by the opposing team’s Viena.

Leo succeeded with a strong parry attack at 22-20, and then tied the knot by recording a serve ace.

Leo led the attack with 22 points, the most for both teams, including 2 blocking points and 3 serve aces.

The attack success rate was 60.71%.

Bayard Saihan also played an active role with 11 points, including 4 blocking goals.

Lee Na-hyeon Sets a World Record in Ice Skating

혜성처럼 나타나 세계기록까지…빙속 이나현 "부모님 덕분"

Appears Like a Comet and Even Sets a World Record… Lee Na-hyeon in Ice “Thanks to my Parents”

Junior women’s 500m broke the Korean record and then the world record.

Competing with adult athletes, she ranked 12th in the World Cup rankings… “We will rise step by step”

The Korean ice skating community, which cheered the explosive growth of Kim Min-seon (24, Uijeongbu City Hall) last season, is smiling broadly at this player’s appearance this year. 온라인카지노

This is Lee Na-hyeon, a sprinter born in 2005 (planned to enter Korea National Sport University).

Lee Na-hyun is rewriting junior stage history this year.

He set a new junior Korean record of 37.48 seconds in the women’s 500m at the 2023-2024 International Skating Union (ISU) Four Continents Speed Skating Championships held at the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA on January 21, and a week later, on the 28th, he set a new junior Korean record.

In the women’s 500m at the 5th World Cup, she crossed the finish line in 37.34 seconds, breaking the junior world record.

This is the first time a Korean athlete has set a junior world record in this event since Sang-Hwa Lee (2007) and Min-Seon Kim (2017).

It’s not just this.

Lee Na-hyun competed against the world’s best adult players in this season’s World Cup series and ranked 12th in the World Cup rankings.

Considering that Na-Hyun Lee is a promising player who has not even entered college, this is a great result.

The ice skating world is confident that Lee Na-hyun will grow into the next generation, following in the footsteps of Lee Sang-hwa and Kim Min-seon.

Lee Na-hyun first learned to skate when she was in the first grade of elementary school.

She started it as a hobby after watching her older cousin ride short track.

I didn’t set out to become a player from the beginning.

Lee Na-hyun began her full-fledged athlete career in the sixth grade of elementary school after studying abroad in Australia for academic reasons.

Lee Na-hyun met with Yonhap News at the Taereung Ice Rink in Seoul on the 23rd and said, “I skated as a hobby at first, but then I fell in love with it.

I begged my parents to pursue a career as an athlete, and they didn’t object too much” did.

He said, “However, once you start, my mother told me not to give up for at least three years.

When three years passed, she said she would exercise more and my mother told me not to give up for another three years.”

By the time his second engagement with his mother was over, Ina-Hyun Lee had become a world-class athlete.

Lee Na-hyun said, “My parents wanted me to lead a leading life,” and “I think I enjoyed my career as an athlete because they believed in me and didn’t force me.”

Lee Na-hyun also inherited an optimal body from her parents.

Unlike other Korean players, he has a Western body type.

Lee Na-hyeon, who is 170cm tall and has a solid constitution, said, “I have been training hard with weights since my second year of high school, and my physique has changed to suit me for sprint events.”

She added, “Improved technique and improved physique are the reasons for my good results this season.”

“It’s the same,” he explained.

“Her mother is tall and was a track and field athlete for a short time when she was young,” he said with a laugh, adding, “I owe a lot to my mother in many ways.”

Thanks to his parents giving him a healthy body, he never had any major injuries.

Lee Na-hyun said, “I had a brief backache when I was a freshman in high school, but it got better quickly.

Other than the knee and back pain that all speed skaters have, I’ve never had much pain.

I’m also thankful to my parents for this.”

Lee Na-hyun, who achieved results beyond expectations by setting a junior world record this season, is determined to grow slowly and calmly.

He said, “There are still a few things that need to be improved, such as starting technique and skating in the second half of the race,” and added, “For now, I will work my way up step by step while faithfully completing basic training.”

He continued, “My first goal is to participate in the 2026 Milan/Cortina d’Ampezzo Winter Olympics to confirm my potential, and then I want to become the best athlete in the world.”