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Woo Sang-hyuk, Second Win of the Season

Woo Sang-hyuk, Second Win of the Season… Ready to Win 2nd Consecutive World Indoor Championships

1st place over 2m30 at Czech indoor competition… Successfully completed three practical training sessions in February.

‘Smile Jumper’ Woo Sang-hyuk (27, Yongin City Hall) won his second international competition this year.

Woo Sang-hyuk, who has warmed up by winning two wins and one runner-up in three indoor competitions,

now sets out to challenge his ‘indoor season goal’ of winning the World Indoor Championships for the second time in a row. 카지노사이트킹

Woo Sang-hyuk surpassed 2m30 and reached the top in the men’s high jump competition at the 2024 World Association of Athletics Federations Indoor Tour Nehbizdi competition held in Nehbizdi, Czech Republic on the 21st (Korean time).

The match started from 2m04, but Woo Sang-hyuk skipped 2m04, 2m09, and 2m14 and made his first jump at 2m18.

Sanghyuk Woo cleared 2m18 in the first period.

2m25 touched the bar in the first and second periods, but succeeded in the third period.

The moment Woo Sang-hyuk surpassed 2m25,

he overtook Edgar Rivera (33, Mexico) and confirmed his victory.

Afterwards, Woo Sang-hyuk competed as if he were training for the World Indoor Championships.

Woo Sang-hyuk, who failed to clear 2m30 in the first and second periods,

started again after a brief conversation with Yongin City Hall coach Kim Do-gyun and crossed the bar in the third period.

Woo Sang-hyuk, who raised the bar to 2m 34, unfortunately touched the bar in the first and second periods and ended the match without attempting the third period.

Sang-hyuk also performed ‘fan service’ by giving high fives to audience members who held out their hands.

Woo Sang-hyuk competed in his first match of the season at the indoor high jump competition in Justopece, Czech Republic on February 11 and took second place with 2m33.

The record of Shelby McEwan (27, USA), who took first place at the time,

was 2m33, and the success time of 2m33 was also the same in the third period.

However, the rankings were divided as Woo Sang-hyuk succeeded in hitting 2m31 in the second period and McEwan succeeded in the first period.

On the 14th, he won his first win of the year by clearing 2m32 at the indoor high jump competition in Slovakia’s Barnes Cavistryca.

In his third competition of the year, Woo Sang-hyuk was not satisfied with his record,

but this time he also surpassed 2m30 and stood at the top of the podium.

As of the 21st, Woo Sang-hyuk is tied for first place (2m33) in the 2024 world indoor season record rankings.

This year, there are three jumpers who exceeded 2m33: McEwan, Daniil Lysenko (Russia), and Woo Sang-hyuk.

There is only one person, Woo Sang-hyuk, who has surpassed 2m30 more than three times.

Woo Sang-hyuk, who successfully completed three actual matches in February,

wears the ‘defending champion’ armband and heads to Glasgow, Scotland, England.

Sanghyuk Woo won the gold medal at the first major competition in Korean track and field history

by surpassing 2m34 at the 2022 World Indoor Championships held in Belgrade.

The 2024 World Indoor Championships will be held in Glasgow from March 1-3.

Woo Sang-hyuk will attempt to win his second consecutive title in the men’s high jump finals,

which begins at 8:50 pm on March 3rd, Korean time.

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