Seong Seong-ra (Seoul Jiu-jitsu Association), a leading figure in Korean jiu-jitsu, advanced to the finals of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games jiu-jitsu women’s under 63 kg division and cruised to her second consecutive victory in the competition.
Sung Ki-ra defeated Marian Udabayeva (Kazakhstan) 9-2 in the women’s under-63kg semifinals at the Hangzhou Xiaoshan Linfu Gymnasium on the 7th to advance to the finals.
She will compete for her gold medal against Shama Alqalbani (UAE) in the final, which begins at 4pm. 카지노사이트
Seong Seong-ra won the gold medal in the women’s under-62kg class at the 2018 Jakarta Palembang Games, where jiu-jitsu was first adopted as an official event, and is now just one step away from winning gold in two consecutive competitions.
Kim Hee-seung (Korean Jiu-Jitsu Association) in the men’s 85kg and under category also advanced to the finals by drawing 2-2 against Said Al-Qubaisi (UAE) in the semifinals and then winning 2-1 in the advantage.
Kim Hee-seung will compete for the gold medal with the winner of the other semifinal match between Omar Tariq (Saudi Arabia) and Ruslan Islailov (Kazakhstan).
The Korean Jiu-Jitsu national team won one gold medal and one bronze medal in the last competition, but in this competition, they already achieved their best ever performance with one gold medal and two bronze medals, and reserved at least two more medals.
Choi Hee-joo, who competed in the women’s under-63kg class along with Sung Ki-ra, lost 0-6 to Alkalbani in the semifinals and was pushed to the bronze medal match. Heejoo Choi teams up with Royce Lao (Philippines).