This is my first national team… A breaking team adaptation for Jincheon Athletes’ Village

The training sold out despite the postponement of the Hangzhou Asian Games… Seoul World Championship Sortie October

“When I first entered the Jincheon Athletes’ Village, it took me two months to adjust.


Coach Seong-guk Cho, who leads the Korean cutting team, said this at the WDSF World Cutting Championship Media Day held at CGV Cheongdam Cine City in Gangnam-gu, Seoul on the morning of the 19th.

Coach Jo Seong-guk said, “The national team went to the village in April and November and trained to adapt to the lifestyle of the athletes’ village until June.

It took me a while to get used to it because it was the first time I got up and trained systematically on time every day.”

Starting the day with gymnastics at 6 am every morning and following a regular training schedule was unfamiliar to those who had been training freely.

Coach Cho said, “Although morning gymnastics should be mandatory, breakers do not participate in hill canter training.

We are working hard to apply a training system that matches the characteristics of the breaking event in the athletes’ village.”

The Korean national team, consisting of B-boy Kim Jong-ho (Leon) and Choi Seung-bin (Heady), big girl Ye-ri (Yell), and Jeon Ji-ye (Freshbella), are sweating’ n hard on the Jincheon Athletes Village in North Chungcheong Province.

They wore Taegeuk’s mark in the ‘K Break Finals’ held in November last year, which was also Korea’s first selection match for the national team.

This is my first national team... A breaking team adaptation for Jincheon Athletes' Village

As breaking becomes an official event at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games and 2024 Paris Olympics, the Korea Dance Sports Federation (KFD) introduced the national team selection competition for the first time last year.

The Hangzhou Asian Games, in which the national team was originally scheduled to take part this year, has been postponed to next year, but the national team will continue to take part in the 2022 World Dance Sports Federation (WDSF) World Break Championships ) to be maintained. at the SK Handball Stadium in the Olympic Park in Seoul from the 21st to the 22nd of next month have been training

After adjusting to some extent, the village life of an athlete helps a lot.

Choi Seung-bin said, “I used to break while working, but after entering the village, I was able to train systematically,” said Choi.

In the Athletes’ Village, they eat three meals a day.

Also, if you don’t exercise at the same time, there is a high risk of injury, but I think I became healthier by receiving various training in the athletes’ village.”

Jeon Ji-ye said, “I made friends with the national Wushu team.

A person who had been on the national team for a long time always came to look after me, and that had helped me a lot.

This is my first national team... A breaking team adaptation for Jincheon Athletes' Village

At the upcoming World Championships, the ranking points needed to qualify for the Paris 2024 Olympics are at stake.

The players will shake off the Asian Games regrets and focus on winning the World Championships.

Kim Jong-ho said, “I am preparing so hard that I have never worked so hard.

Since the Asian Games have been postponed, I will improve and show a better image.”

Kim Ye-ri and Jeon Ji-ye not only showed their will for this World Championship, but also for the Asian Games and the Paris Olympics.

Kim Ye-ri, who was determined to achieve good results at the World Championships, said, “Not only will I represent the national team this year, but I will also compete next year and in 2024, so I was not feels heartbroken over the postponement of the Asian Games.

I will continue to work hard regardless of the postponement of the tournament because I have a desire to serve as a national team next year and the year after that.”

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