Park Ji-won (27, Seoul City Hall), the men’s short track team, stood tall at the top in the 6th short track World Cup competition.

Park Ji-won won the gold medal with a record of 1:25:359 in the second race of the men’s 1000m at the 6th event of the 2022-2023 International Skating Union (ISU) Short Track World Cup held in Dordrecht, the Netherlands on the 13th 카지노사이트(Korean time). Afterwards, he led the championship as the last runner in the men’s 5000m relay, showing off his appearance as an ace of the men’s national team. The day before, he won the men’s 1500m and won three gold medals in this event.

Park Ji-won, who scored 1068 points in the World Cup rankings, took first place in the individual overall World Cup in the 2022-2023 season. He won the ‘Crystal Globe’ given to the overall winner of the season, beating 2nd place Hong Gyeong-hwan (674 points, Goyang City Hall) and 3rd place Stephen Dubois (668 points, Canada) by a large margin. In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the World Cup this season, the ISU awarded the special trophy, the Crystal Globe, to the men and women who ranked first in overall results from the 1st to 6th World Cup competitions, and Park Ji-won became the first recipient.

Park Ji-won, who won 3 gold medals in the first World Cup competition, won 1 gold medal and 3 silver medals in the 2nd competition, and 2 gold medals and 1 silver medal in the 3rd competition. In the 4th and 5th competitions, she won three gold medals and two gold medals, respectively, and won three gold medals in the last World Cup competition this season, decorating the finale splendidly.

At the ceremony, Park Ji-won said, “I wanted to become a part of short track history by becoming the first Crystal Globe winner,” and “I am proud of myself for doing that.” “There were many times in the past few years when I couldn’t be selected for the national team,” he said. “So I wanted to show that I came back. The reason why I put all my energy into every moment.”

Meanwhile, in the men’s 500m final held earlier, Lim Yong-jin won the silver medal with a time of 40 seconds 851. The gold medal was won by Lin Xiaojun (Korean name Lim Hyo-jun). Xiaojun Lin won the men’s 500m in a row following his fifth World Cup event. Kim Gil-ri (Seo Hyeon-go), a rising star of the women’s national team, won the silver medal following Courtney Seo-ro (1:32:930, Canada) with a record of 1:33:037 in the women’s 1000m second race final. The overall championship in the women’s division was won by Schjaner Swielting (Netherlands) who scored 1062 points. Gilly Kim came in 4th with 700 points.

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