Ki Bo-bae (35, Gwangju City Hall), who won two gold medals in women’s archery at the 2012 London Olympics, wore the Taegeuk mark again after six years.

Ki Bo-bae ranked 8th in the overall ranking with a total score of 37.5 points and an average record of 28.17 points in the recurve women’s division of the 2023 archery national team 3rd selection event, which ended at the Gwangju International Archery Field on the 24th, and was the last of the 8 national team members to be named. 온라인바카라

Ki Bo-bae won two gold medals in the individual and team events at the London Olympics, and she won a gold medal in the team event at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

The Korea Archery Association has held three national team selections since October of last year and selected 8 male and female Taegeuk archers.

In the women’s division, Kang Chae-young (Hyundai Mobis) once again took first place overall following her second selection with an overall score of 61 points and an average record of 28.34 points. Im Si-hyeon (Korea National University of Sport) and Ansan (Gwangju Women’s University), who won three gold medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, passed the selection round in second and third place.

In the men’s division, Lee Woo-seok (Kolon) took first place with an overall score of 64.5 points and an average record of 28.81 points. Kim Jae-deok (Yecheon-gun Office) and Seo Min-gi (Kyemyung University) took second and third place, while Kim Woo-jin (Cheongju City Hall) and Oh Jin-hyeok (Hyundai Steel) passed in fourth and seventh place, respectively.

In the compound event held as an official event at the Asian Games, Kim Jong-ho (Hyundai Steel) and Oh Yu-hyeon (Jeonbuk Provincial Office) ranked first in the men’s and women’s divisions with 67 points and 70 points, respectively. In the men’s division, Yang Jae-won (Sangmu) placed second and Choi Yong-hee (Hyundai Steel) ranked third, while So Chae-won and Jo Soo-ah (above Hyundai Mobis) finished second and third in the women’s division.

Recurve and compound teams, which selected 8 men and 8 players each, will move to Jincheon National Training Center on the 28th and start training. Through two final evaluation matches next month, the list will be recompressed to major international competitions such as the 2023 World Championships and Hangzhou Asian Games.

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