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KGC coach Kim Sang-sik reflects on the Jones Cup

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시리즈 뒤집은 김상식 감독 “후반전에 수비 좋아졌다” [KBL]

Head coach Kim Sang-sik expressed his satisfaction after the Jones Cup.

Anyang KGC lost 64-92 against Chinese Taipei A in the final game of the 42nd William Jones Cup on Tuesday at Heping Gymnasium in Taipei, Taiwan. Ko Chan-hyuk (14 points, 2 three-pointers, 2 rebounds) was the lone bright spot in the loss, but the team's tight schedule revealed physical problems.

After the game, KGC head coach Kim Sang-sik said, "We've participated in the Jones Cup a lot, and it's always a tight schedule. We checked the players' condition in the morning before the final game, but they were not in good shape due to the hard work, so we had no choice but to play the starters in the first half and then rotate them evenly in the second half. The players were really tired, but they did their best."

KGC was without Duvon Maxwell, who played well throughout the tournament, due to a sore knee. Another foreign player, Brian Griffin, played just three and a half minutes. Their absence was all the more disappointing as the team struggled to control Taiwanese naturalized player William Artino (30 points, 12 rebounds).

"I'm sure the players were disappointed and I'm disappointed. But they weren't feeling well either, so we can't do anything about it. We'll have to work on the things that didn't go well today when we get back to Korea. We will play better basketball through this tournament." Coach Kim Sang-sik said.

With a record of 6-2, KGC finished the tournament in third 토토사이트 place behind the USA's UC Irvine (8-0) and Chinese Taipei A (7-1). Despite the difficulties, the team was able to see the potential of young players such as Ko Chan-hyuk and Kim Kyung-won.

"We were able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the players who didn't play much last season, and it was also a chance for them to work with the existing starters. I think it was a good opportunity for them and a good learning experience for all of us," said coach Kim Sang-sik. As I said before, we'll do our best to improve on the things we learned from this tournament and do even better in the new season."

Korea archery wins four gold medals in team and men's individual events at World Cup in Paris

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한국 양궁, 파리 월드컵서 단체전과 남자 개인전까지 금 4개 획득(종합) - 파이낸셜뉴스

Korea's recurve archery team returned to winning ways with four gold medals at the Hyundai Archery World Cup Paris 2023.

Kang Chae-young (Hyundai Mobis), An An (Gwangju Women's University), and Lim Im-hyun (Korea Gymnastics University) of the Korean women's archery team defeated Chinese Taipei 6-2 (55-56 58-57 57-51 58 -54) in the women's team final on the final day of competition at Parc des Invalides in Paris, France, on Tuesday.

With the gold medal, the women's team recovered from the shock of being eliminated in the first round of the team event at the Berlin 2023 World Archery Championships earlier this month.

In the men's team final, Kim Woo-jin (Cheongju City Hall), Lee Woo-seok (Kolon), and Kim Jeduk (Yecheon County Hall) hit the golden bull's-eye with a 6-0 (59-53 59-53 57-56) sweep of Taiwan.

Continuing the upward trend, South Korea won two gold medals in the mixed team event, with Lee Im-hyun and Lee Woo-seok teaming up to defeat Chinese Taipei 5-3 (39-39 39-36 38-39 39-36) in the end.

The team swept the three gold medals up for grabs in the team competition.

In the men's individual final, Kim Woo-jin defeated Lee Woo-seok 6-0 (29-28 30-29 29-28) to win the men's individual and team titles.

Woojin Kim, who has been struggling 토토사이트 this year with no individual podium finishes at international tournaments, turned things around and raised expectations for the upcoming Hangzhou Asian Games.

In the women's individual event, Choi Mi-sun (Gwangju Bank) won the bronze medal with a 7-3 (28-29 28-27 28-28 29-27 29-28) victory over Hai Ligan of China in the third place match.

Choi, who lost to American Casey Coffold 4-6 in the semifinals, bounced back with a win in the third-place match to claim the bronze.

Meanwhile, the Korean recurve team, one of the strongest in the world, had to settle for two gold medals (mixed and men's team) at the World Archery Championships in Berlin earlier this month.

Korea's worst performances came in the women's team event and the men's and women's individual events, where they failed to win any medals, but they redeemed themselves with four gold, one silver, and one bronze.

Ice Rinks Forget Heatwave...Training Rinks Are Popular

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회장배 스피드대회, 김민석-정재우 남자고등부 2관왕 < 윈터스포츠 < 스포츠 < 기사본문 - MHN스포츠

Ulsan National University of Science and Technology's ice rink has been attracting attention as a training venue for ice hockey teams from across the country, including the Seoul metropolitan area.

We caught up with the players as they sweated it out on the ice.

Reporter Park Young-ha contributed to this report.

Student ice hockey players are engaged in a rough-and-tumble battle for the puck.

The offense pushes the puck past the defense, while the goalie stops a loose puck.

Middle school students in the Seoul metropolitan area are practicing on the ice at Ulsan National University of Science and Technology.

[Kim Jin-yu, 3rd grade, Gyeongseong Middle School, Seoul: "The ice quality is better than other venues, and the icing time is well timed, so I don't think there are any problems with training."]

Including this school, six teams have booked Ulsan National University of Science and Technology's ice rink for training this summer vacation, and the athletes say that Ulsan National University of Science and Technology is the best place to train because it has a variety of facilities, including dormitories and sports fields.

[Park Sang-jin/Seoul Gyeonggi Sungjung Ice Hockey Team Head Coach: "I think it's the best place to train. There's a rink, there's a track, there's a mountain.... The kids can live in the dormitory, so there's not a lot of traveling...."]

For these reasons and more, the National Ice Hockey Tournament for elementary school students will be held here from the 19th to the 22nd of next month.

The ice rink at Ulsan National University of Science and Technology, where the French figure team trained ahead of the last Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, is also popular as a place for students to experience learning.

[Kwon Yong-hyun/Ulsan Science University Sports Center Operation 메이저토토사이트 Team Leader: "Since March this year, more than 2,200 students from 32 schools have visited the ice rink for experiential learning, and more than 5,000 students from more than 100 schools enjoy skating at the ice rink every year."]

The ice rink at Ulsan National University of Science and Technology is also open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays for a fee of 7,000 won for students and 8,000 won for adults.

'Kim's Gold Heist' Sotnikova: "No one can take what's mine!"

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Adelina Sotnikova (RUS), who has been dogged by 'doping allegations', has made no secret of her determination to win gold. The Russian skater, who won the gold medal in the women's singles figure skating event at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics over Kim Yeon-ah, addressed the recent reignited doping scandal. "Throughout the past week, I, my team, and those around me have received a huge amount of calls and messages asking for our views on the suddenly inflated media reports," Sotnikova said on her personal channel on Wednesday (December 12). "I understand that this information will always be quoted and get a lot of views. But the media has already said that I used banned substances. Guys, you can't do that," he said.

Already Sotnikova recently appeared on a Russian YouTube channel and said, "I tested positive for doping in 2014. I had to go to trial, but the second sample did not reveal any problems," she said. She was speaking about the pressure of competing in the Olympics as a Russian athlete when she revealed her positive doping test. Sotnikova has been in the 토토사이트 news for taking banned substances several times, most notably in 2016 when she was accused of doping. The video was taken down the day of the controversy. The video was removed the day of the controversy.

Now that the issue of Stonykova's declaration of conscience has been brought back into the spotlight, the Korean Sports Federation (KSF) is working with the Korea Anti-Doping Agency (KADA) to compile relevant data. Based on past cases, it is expected to request the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to reopen the case against Sotnikova.

However, Sotnikova changed her position. "In 2014, they said I should go to trial (after testing positive for doping), but then they decided there was no problem," Sotnikova said. There are a number of realistic options behind the phrase 'found positive for doping'. From a confirmed dirty sample, to a damaged tube, to problems with the transportation and storage of the sample by the doping officer," she wrote. Sotnikova also wrote: "Information can be distorted to somehow blame the Russian athlete. Neither then nor now, the international doping system has no questions for me."

Sotnikova's comments crossed the line. "No one can take away the most important thing from me (a gold medal)," Sotnikova said. Sochi 2014, the time spent on the podium, the Russian anthem, the eyes of the fans, and the incredible feeling. The feeling that I did something worthwhile for my country."


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Capoeira is an exciting and dynamic Afro-Brazilian art-form that combines elements of martial arts, music and dance. Capoeira is a dialog between players - a conversation through movement which can take on many shades of meaning. Through the movements, music, language and dance you will learn about many aspects of Brazilian culture. As a martial art, Capoeira uses primarily kicks, elbows and knees, headbutts, sweeps and takedowns in a style that places emphasis on deception, flexibility and fluidity. As a game, the action is continuous, exciting and beautiful as both players strive to outmaneuver each other. The creativity expressed in this freestyle allows one to develop both the physical and mental aspects inherent in conflict and acts as form of developing our reactions to it. It is unique to other martial arts in its fluid movements. The infectious musical rhythm to which capoeira is practiced injects a fluidity and grace to this powerful art.

Capoeira is a very sociable sport, also will improve some strength, flexibility and stamina, thus improving overall fitness. It is a total body, mind, and emotional expression which instills a sense of pride and confidence. Music is integral to capoeira. It sets the tempo and style of game that is to be played within the roda. The music is composed of instruments and song. Capoeiristas sing about a wide variety of subjects. Some songs are about history or stories of famous capoeiristas. Capoeiristas change their playing style significantly as the songs or rhythm from the berimbau commands. In this manner, it is truly the music that drives capoeira. Music is as equally important to the game as the movements. Playing Capoeira without the music would be like playing a hockey game without the fans.

This martial art is more than a martial art. It is an 토토 art form that exercises the mind as well as the body. Capoeira encourages men to be graceful and fluid, and women to be strong, powerful and confident. In modern times, Capoeira has evolved into a unique and powerful martial art that is practiced all over the world.

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