Yongin University showed off its strongest power and conquered the four rings.
Yongin University, led by coach Kim Joo-young, swept seven gold medals (4 silver medals, 6 bronze medals) in the 2023 National Boxing Championships, which ended at Cheongyang County Gymnasium in Chungcheongnam-do on the 22nd, and won overall supremacy.
Hong Seong-min of Yongin University won the gold medal in the 80kg class and was selected as the MVP of the college division. Jeon Je-hyeon in the 75kg class and Hyungyu Cho in the 92kg class also joined the ranks of the winners.
On the other hand, Lee Jong-heon (48kg), Cho Hyun-jae (60kg), Yoon Yeo-wook (67kg), and Choi In-ho (+92kg) lost in the finals and won the runner-up, Lim Ji-hong (54kg), Yoon Jeong-bin (60kg), Jung Hyun-woo (71kg), Park Jong-seong (86kg), and Lim Ji-hong (54kg). Shin Hyeong-jin and Shin Kook-young in the +92kg class lost in the quarterfinals and tied for third place. 토스카지노
Professor Kim Joo-young of Yongin University, who won the University Best Instructor Award, said, “I am grateful to the players for winning more than half of the 13 weight classes and winning medals for most of the participating players. I will focus on training more so that I can show good skills in future competitions.”