The majority of the AG medalists competing in Hangzhou are divers.
Men’s diving standout Woo Haram (25, Korea National Sports Promotion Organization) is the most decorated Asian Games medalist among South Korean athletes competing at the Hangzhou Summer Asian Games, which kick off on Aug. 23.
According to the data released by the KFA on Wednesday, Woo has won eight medals at the Games, including a silver and three bronze medals at Incheon 2014 and a silver and two bronze medals at Jakarta-Palembang 2018.
In Hangzhou, Uharam will be looking to strike gold once again.
The most gold medals were won by Koo Bon-gil (34, Korea National Sports Promotion Organization), the face of Korean men’s fencing, and Na Na-rim (33, Samyang), a cyclist, with five each.
Koo is aiming to win his fourth consecutive men’s sabre individual title at the Hangzhou Asian Games.
A sweep of the individual and team titles would bring his Asian Games gold medal tally to seven, making him the most decorated Korean athlete of all time.
Nahm, who won four gold medals at the Jakarta-Palembang Games five years ago in the individual road, road solo, team pursuit and madison, will also be looking to add to her tally.
The most decorated athlete at the Asian Games is Lee Yun-chul (41, Eumseong County) in the men’s hammer throw, who is enjoying his sixth consecutive appearance at Asia’s sporting pinnacle since the 2002 Busan Games.
The oldest athlete is Im Hyun (73), who is competing in bridge, and the youngest is Kim Sarang (11), who is playing chess.
Hajimin (34-Haeundae Daegu City Hall) of the Korean baseball team and sailing will join Koo Bon-gil in attempting to win his fourth consecutive title.
Climbing coaches Seo Jong-guk and Seo Chae-hyun (19-North Face Climbing Team-Seoul City Hall) are father and daughter, while cyclist Shin Dong-in and Lee Joo-mi (husband and wife), softball coaches Bae Na-hye and Bae Yu-ga (sisters), diving’s Kim Young-nam and Kim Young-taek (brothers), 카지노사이트킴 and track and field’s Han Se-hyun and Han Hoo-hyun (twin brothers) will also be representing their families in Hangzhou.