‘Tokyo Olympic gold medalist’ Kim Woo-jin wins two gold medals at the Archery Championships

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Kim Woo-jin, the gold medalist in the men’s team archery at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, took two gold medals in the overall championship.

Kim Woo-jin of Cheongju City Hall teamed up with Bae Jae-hyeon, Kim Joo-kyung, and Kang Sang-hoon in the final of the men’s recurve team event held at Jinho International Archery Center in Yecheon, Gyeongsangbuk-do, and defeated Kolon Xten Boys (Keon-Tae Choi, Seon-Woo Kim, Jae-Hoon Shin) 5-1 to win the championship.

In the mixed match, Kim Woo-jin also teamed up with Kim So-hee (Cheongju City Hall) and defeated Seok Jun-hee (Seoul City Hall)-Jang Hye-jin (LH) group 5-3 to win the championship.

Kim Woo-jin placed 3rd in the men’s individual event.

In the men’s individual event, Choi Geon-tae (Kolon Xten Boys), in the women’s individual event, Lee Eun-kyung (Suncheon City Hall) won the women’s individual event, and Hong Seong-guncheong (Park Jae-hee, Kim Se-yeon, Shim Min-ju) took the top spot in the women’s team event.

(Photo = Korea Archery Association Instagram capture, Yonhap News)

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