Teen standout Hwang Sun-woo has been selected as one of South Korea’s flag-bearers for the 2020 opening ceremony that will take place on Friday, July 23.
La Corea del sud ha svelato il suo roster per i giochi olimpici che si svolgeranno tra 20 giorni a Tokyo. Sono 12 atleti, 7 donne e 5 uomini
World Junior Record holder Hwang Sunwoo is on the prowl for an Olympic medal in the men’s 200m freestyle in Tokyo, Japan later this month.
Tokyo will be the first time in history that an individual swimming event will see its last three Olympic champions competing on the Olympic stage.
Con i risultati dei 400 stile libero maschili ai Trials australiani Winnington è diventato il 9° performer all time sulla distanza
Buckle your swimming seatbelts as you read about teen Hwang Sun Woo’s monster sub-1:46 LCM 200 freestyle performance in Korea.
Yesterday Hwang Sun-Woo broke Olympic medalist Park Tae Hwan’s national record which left many readers wondering, “whatever happened to Park Tae Hwan?”
Faster than Caeleb Dressel and Michael Phelps at the same age, 17-year-old Hwang Sun Woo of Korea hit a 48.25 LCM 100 free.
17-year-old Hwang Sun Woo of Korea is now faster than American Olympian Caleb Dressel was in the 100 free for the age group.
The 2020 Asian Swimming Championships represents the latest international event to be postponed on the heels of the Olympic Games’ push to July 2021.
The Korean contingency for their own hosted World Championships contains several Asian Games medalists, giving them a good shot at potential finalists.
Korean medal hopeful An Sehyeon missed qualifying for this summer’s World Championships in both the 100m and 200m fly events, although her nation’s official roster for Gwangju won’t be released until next week.
Kim Seoyeong put up the world’s 12th fastest 400m IM time at Korean Nationals #2 to qualify for this summer’s World Championships on her home turf.
With the 2019 World Championships taking place this summer in Gwangju, Korea in just a handful of months, SwimSwam spoke with Gwangju Organizing Committee Secretary General, Dr. Cho Youngteck, on how the preparations are coming along.
” I am confident that those who visit Gwangju, Korea will love its nature, culture and food and I hope all the athletes, families and communities will enjoy the beautiful sceneries our region has to offer,” says Olympic champion Park Tae Hwan of the FINA World Championships coming to his home nation just over 2 months from now.