Lee Jung-min (J2-Pyeongtaek City Hall) won a gold medal in judo at the Hangzhou 2022 Para Asian Games, marking his final competition with the national team.
Lee won gold in the men’s J2 (low vision) 90-kilogram final of the judo competition at the Xiaoshan Linfu Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China, on Friday afternoon, defeating Kazakhstan’s Amanzol Zhanbota in a tightly contested bout with 57 seconds left in the match.
Lee, who won gold in the 81-kilogram category in 2018, moved up a weight class and won his second consecutive gold medal, marking the end of his national team career. He said he will now focus on competing in domestic tournaments and training juniors.토토사이트
Meanwhile, Para table tennis ‘goddess’ Yun Jiyu (Sport Class 3 – Shengnam City Hall) also enjoyed the thrill of reaching the top of the podium in her maiden Asian Games appearance after defeating Xu Jian (CHN) 3-1 (11-9 7-11 12-10 11-5) in the women’s singles Class 3 final at the Hangzhou Archer Canal Sports Center on the same day.
Yun Jiyu was down 1-5 in the first set but fought back to take the first set. She then dropped the second set, but fought back from a 10-10 deuce deficit in the third set to take the set and then used her momentum to win the fourth set 11-5.
“At the last Paralympic Games in Tokyo, I lost at 10-10 deuce, so I’m happy that I didn’t turn it around this time,” said Yun Jiyu, who was 2-7 against Xu Jian.