Domestic students with disabilities who dream of winning a gold medal in the Paralympic Games showed off their skills to their heart’s content at the 17th National Sports Festival for Students with Disabilities.
Jeon Ju-young (Jumong School), the hopeful boccia player, defeated Jeon Jeon-hwan (Soongdeok School) 4-2 in the high school finals of the Mixed Individuals (BC3) competition held at Munsu Gymnasium in Ulsan on the 17th to win the championship.
With this, he achieved his second consecutive victory in this event following last year.
Jeon Joo-young started her boccia as a sport for life when she was in her third year of elementary school, and she is currently training as a rookie athlete of the Korean Disabled Sports Association.
Kim Tae-hee, a brightly smiling
disabled swimmer Tae-hee Kim, smiles broadly as she participates in the swimming event of the 17th National Disabled Students Sports Festival held at Munsu Swimming Pool in Ulsan on the 17th. [Provided by the Korean Disabled Sports Association. Redistribution and DB prohibited]
Kim Tae-hee (Ulsan Meari School) won the gold medal in the swimming women’s backstroke 50m deaf elementary and middle school finals with a record of 51.40 seconds.카지노사이트
She, Kim Tae-hee, won two silver medals in alpine skiing at the 19th National Winter Sports Festival for the Disabled held in February last year, and she also succeeded in her place in this competition.
Yeo Eun-byeol (Hoeryong Middle School), who won four gold medals in swimming at the 16th competition, swept all five gold medals in the S14 swimming event that day.
This competition opened on the 16th and will be held in Ulsan Metropolitan City until the 19th.