16-year-old snowboard ‘world champion’ Lee Chae-woon “My move is not the end!”

“I was especially happy to see comments saying that they were happy to see the name of a Korean player on the snowboard halfpipe, where only names such as Sean White and Chloe Kim (above) appeared.”

Lee Chae-woon (Surigo), who returned to Korea after completing the season schedule after reaching the top of the world championships for the first time as a Korean skier and snowboarder, reaffirmed his determination to never stop challenging himself toward the gold medal at the Winter Olympics and the International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup. .

Lee Chae-woon, who arrived at Incheon International Airport on the 30th and met reporters, said, “I can’t believe that I won the world championship at the time of course, but even now, I can’t believe I won the world championship.

Born in April 2006, 16-year-old Lee Chae-woon won the men’s halfpipe championship at the Snowboard World Championships held in Bakuriani, Georgia earlier this month.

Previously, Korean skiing and snowboarding had never even won a prize at the World Championships, and 4th place was the best, but high school student Lee Chae-woon decorated his first medal in gold. He also set a record as the youngest male champion in the history of the Snowboard World Championships.

Lee Chae-woon, the winner of last year’s Junior World Championships, continued to do well by finishing fourth in the World Cup twice this season, but failed to win a medal, but stood at the top of the podium at the first adult World Championships.

Lee Chae-woon said, “I aimed for a medal at the World Championships, but I never imagined that I would achieve it. It seems to have come closer,” he said.

He also found another meaning of the championship, saying, “Unlike the United States or Japan, halfpipe is not famous in Korea and there are many people who do not know the event itself, but I was happy to be able to inform it even a little.”

She performed ‘acting for life’, receiving a score of 93.5 at the World Championships, but Lee Chae-woon was not satisfied. 카지노사이트

He emphasized, “After performing the technique four times, there was a part that the height was low or that I did not like in the fifth technique.”

He continued, “I want to win gold medals at the Olympics and the World Cup, just like the world championships. I want to win a medal at the Gangwon Winter Youth Olympics next year in Korea.”

Lee Chae-woon, who returned to Korea after training in Switzerland after the World Championships, plans to take a break in Korea for a while and then go abroad again next month to continue training on snow to prepare for the next season.

Lee Chae-woon said, “This is not the end of my journey. It will continue at the next and next Olympics, so I hope you will continue to support me.”

“I haven’t made a special appointment yet, but I want to meet my friends and play football together first,” he happily greeted the break.