Gangwon Provincial Office, led by Hwang Seon-woo, sets a new Korean record for men’s 400m medley relay

 The Gangwon Provincial Office team led by Hwang Seon-woo, the ‘hope of Korean swimming’, achieved a new Korean record in the men’s 400m medley relay.

The Gangwon Provincial Office, which had a team of Hwang Seon-woo, Kim Woo-min, Choi Dong-yeol, and Yang Jae-hoon, was the first to record a touch pad in the men’s medley relay 400m at the 18th Jeju Halla Cup National Swimming Championship held at the Jeju Sports Complex indoor swimming pool on the 18th with a record of 3:34:96. took

The record is a new Korean record, 0.3 seconds earlier than the record of 3 minutes 35 seconds 26 set by Hwang Seon-woo, Lee Ju-ho, Jo Sung-jae, and Moon Seung-woo in the 2021 National Team Selection Competition.

The 400m medley relay is a team event in which four swimmers each race 100m in the order of backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly and freestyle in relay format.

On this day, the Gangwon Provincial Office said Kim Woo-min, the first swimmer in the backstroke section, took the touchpad for the second time after Lee Joo-ho (29, Armed Forces Sports Corps), the current Korean record holder in the 100m backstroke, with a record of 54.95 seconds. 토스카지노

Korean record holder Choi Dong-yeol, who started breaststroke, was the first to finish the breaststroke section in 59.25 seconds, followed by Yang Jae-hoon in the butterfly section with 52.72 seconds.

Hwang Seon-woo, who started first among freestyle swimmers, finished the race with a section record of 48.04 seconds.

On the other hand, the Gangwon-do Provincial Office swim team was selected as a target for strengthening training for the 2023 management national team from the beginning of this year to last March, and is the de facto national team that digested winter training at the Jincheon National Training Center.