‘Short distance next generation’ Lee Jae-seong, 100m domination… “Entry into 2nd generation in 10 seconds, record goal by division”

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Korean track and field sprint ‘next-generation토토사이트 signboard’ Lee Jae-seong (22, Korea National University of Physical Education) won the 100m race through thick raindrops.

Lee Jae-seong competed in the men’s university finals at the ’51st KBS Cup National Track and Field Championship’ held at Yecheon Stadium in Gyeongbuk on the afternoon of the 5th and crossed the finish line in first place, recording 10 seconds and 37 seconds.

On this day, Lee Jae-seong passed in 10.60 seconds in the preliminaries held in the morning and shortened it to 10.47 seconds in the semi-finals to reach the final.

In the final round, despite the pouring rain, a strong tailwind (wind speed of 1.9 m/s) blew, shortening his record by 0.10 seconds to win.

Lee Jae-sung received high expectations as a ‘high school ace’ during his time at Deokgye High School in Yangju. Lee Jae-sung, who maintained the winning record after entering Korea National University of Physical Education, set a new record in each category with a 100m personal best (PB) of 10.32 seconds at the National University Championships in May of last year.

After the game, Lee Jae-seong said, “I can’t feel it. I prepared hard. Last year’s Asian Games were postponed for a year, so I think it was good to prepare.” target,” he said.

Rival and best friend Simon Lee (22) came second with a time of 10 seconds and 39 seconds. Park Won-jin (Sokcho City Hall) took third place with a time of 10 seconds and 48 seconds.

Kim Guk-young (32, Gwangju Metropolitan City Hall), the ‘immovable ace’, suffered an injury during the 100m semi-final race and withdrew from the final.

In the women’s university general division, Kim Da-eun (20, Gapyeong-gun Office), who entered the second year of unemployment, won the championship with a new record of 11 seconds and 73 seconds.

Da-eun Kim finished her race beating her prominent competitors, including Yu Jeong-mi (29, Andong City Hall), Lee Min-jeong (32, Siheung City Hall), and Kang Da-seul (31, Gwangju Metropolitan City Office) in the finals.


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