A new Korean record in the 400m mixed relay run by Hwang Seon-woo… The final is unsuccessful
Enter 2022.06.24 (17:29)
The 400m mixed relay team led by Hwang Seon-woo (Gangwon Provincial Government) also broke the Korean record at the World Aquatics Championships.
The Korean national team swept the water in the order of Hwang Seon-woo, Lee Yoo-yeon (Korea National University), Jeong So-eun (Ulsan City Hall), and Heo Yeon-kyung (Bangsan High School) in the mixed relay 400m preliminaries of the 2022 International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Championships held at Doona Arena in Budapest, Hungary on the 24th. and set a new Korean record of 3:29.35.
At the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, Yang Jae-Hoon, Lee Geun-Ah, Jung So-Eun, and Park Seon-Kwan formed the national team and reduced the previous record (3 minutes 31 seconds 20) by 1 second 85 in three years.
The 400m mixed relay is a team event in which two men and two men form a team and swim 100m each to determine the winner.
The order of the race can be decided by the team, so you can see players of different sexes competing.
On this day, in Korea, two male athletes ran 100m each first, and two female athletes continued the race.
The new Korean record in this competition is the men’s relay 400m (3:15.68) and Hwang Seon-woo’s men’s freestyle 200m (1:44.47). , Hwang Seon-woo-Kim Woo-min (Gangwon Provincial Government)-Lee Yu-yeon-Lee Ho-jun (Daegu City Hall) followed the men’s 800m relay (2nd inning, 7:08.49 in the preliminary round, 7:06.93 in the final), followed by the fifth 400m mixed relay that day. All.
Hwang Seon-woo was named on the list of five new record writers in Korea.
However, despite breaking the Korean record, the national team placed 11th out of 26 countries and did not advance to the final, where eight countries compete.
[사진 출처 : AFP=연합뉴스]