Kim Seo-yeong

Anteprime Mondiali Di Nuoto Doha 2024: I 200/400 Misti Femminili

Immergiamoci nell’atmosfera dei Campionati Mondiali di Doha 2024 con le nostre consuete anteprime: I 200/400 metri misti femminili

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2024 Worlds Preview: Douglass Looks to Repeat in 2 IM; 4 IM Promises All New Medalists.

American Kate Douglass will look it make it two golds in a row in the 200 IM, while the 400 IM will crown all new medalists.


Kim Woomin & Kim Seo-Yeong Hit Doha-Worthy Times At Korean National Meet

Korean freestyle ace Kim Woomin topped the men’s 800m free podium at the national team selection meet in Gimcheon, a World Championships-qualifying meet.


South Korea’s Han Dakyung, Ryu Jiwon Smash National Record in Women’s 800 Free

Both women were 11-plus seconds under the previous national record, set by Jo Hyun-Ju in 2015. Han ultimately came out on top in 8:24.06.

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2020 Olympic Previews: Youth Hunting Hosszu in Women’s 200 IM

Katinka Hosszu, the reigning Olympic Champion in the 200 IM, will have to hold off a young field to top the podium for the second-straight Olympics.


2018 Swammy Awards: Female Breakout Swimmer of the Year Wang Jianjiahe

At just 16, with 2018 being her coming out year, Wang could have much more in store in the years to come.

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Corea: Park In Cerca Della Forma- Seo Yeong Prima Al Mondo nei 200 Mx

CAMPIONATI COREANI 2018 27 aprile – 30 aprile Gwangju Stadium, Gwangju, Corea del Sud Anteprima SwimSwam Risultati Ancora prima di…

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Park Sweeps Freestyle, Seo Yeong Blasts World #1 200 IM

In his bid for a 4th Asian Games, Olympian Park Tae Hwan won 4 golds in Gwangju at the Korean Nationals this past weekend. Kim Seo Yeong wowed with a new world #1 200m IM time.


Sjostrom Continues World Cup Momentum In Beijing

Sarah Sjostrom continues to set herself apart from the women’s field to nab a potential World Cup title. Tonight, we also saw junior swimmers Michael Andrew of America and Wang Jianjiahe crush World Junior Records


Park Tae Hwan Takes 5 Gold, An Se Hyeon Flies At Korean Festival

Read up on the last half of the 2017 Korean Sports Festival, which included notable swims by Park Tae Hwan and An Se Hyeong.


Current South Korean Olympic Squad Composed Of 5 Females, 0 Males

Although he won 4 events at his nation’s Olympic Trials, South Korean swimmer Park Tae-Hwan is unable to compete at the 2016 Olympic Games due to a punitive ban enforced by the Korean Swimming Federation.