Kim Woo-min, 3rd place after Winnington and Short in men’s 400m freestyle at Australian Open

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Kim Woo-min playing the role

Kim Woo-min (Gangwon Provincial Office), who has emerged as a medal candidate at the Paris Olympics, received a ‘vaccination shot’ at the Australian Open Championships.

Kim Woo-min took third place with a time of 3 minutes 45.12 seconds in the men’s 400m freestyle final at the 2024 Australian Open Championships held at the Gold Coast Aquatic Center in Queensland, Australia on the 17th.

Eliza Winnington (Australia) took first place with 3 minutes 41.41 seconds, and Samuel Short (Australia) took second place with 3 minutes 41.64 seconds.

In the morning preliminaries, Kim Woo-min took first place overall with a time of 3 minutes and 44.75 seconds, but his record dropped sharply in the finals, and Winnington and Short increased their speed to 3 minutes and 41 seconds. 메이저사이트

At the 2024 Doha World Championships last February, Kim Woo-min became the men’s 400m freestyle champion, setting a personal best of 3 minutes 42.71 seconds.

At that time, Winnington took second place with a time of 3 minutes 42.86 seconds, 0.15 seconds slower than Kim Woo-min.

In the rematch that took place two months later, Kim Woo-min lost to Winnington.

Short became the champion of this event with a time of 3 minutes 40.68 seconds at the Fukuoka World Championships in July 2023, and did not participate in the Doha competition.

‘Men’s 400m freestyle world championship medalists’ Kim Woo-min, Winnington, and Short had a close battle from the beginning.

Kim Woo-min led the race until the 100m, but slumped after 200m, and after that, Winnington and Short engaged in a two-way battle.

Winnington overtook Short in the last 50m and won.

Kim Woo-min was selected as a ‘special strategy training player for the Paris Olympics’ and went on an overseas training trip to Queensland, Australia, along with Joo-ho Lee (Seogwipo City Hall) and Yu-chan Ji (Daegu Metropolitan City Hall) on the 1st.

Kim Woo-min, who trained jointly with the University of the Sunshine Coast’s swimming team for two weeks and was coached by coach Michael Palferry, chose the Australian Open Championships as a practical stage to check the results of his training.

First of all, in this competition, we were given the task of race management. 온라인 슬롯

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