Woo Sang-hyuk Challenges to Win the High Jump Title

Woo Sang-hyuk Challenges to Win the High Jump Title for the Third Time in a Row at the World Indoor Championships

On March 3rd at 8:50 PM Korean time, we take a leap forward towards our second consecutive victory in Glasgow.

‘Smile Jumper’ Woo Sang-hyuk (27, Yongin City Hall)

is attempting to win the men’s high jump title at the World Indoor Athletics Championships for the third time in a row.

The organizing committee of the 2024 Glasgow World Indoor Athletics Championships

released the final entries for the competition on the 26th (Korean time). 카지노사이트

This tournament will be held from March 1st to 3rd local time at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland, England.

561 athletes from 133 countries will compete in 18 sports.

Woo Sang-hyuk

There is only one athlete competing from Korea, Woo Sang-hyuk of the men’s high jump.

Although he feels a little lonely, Woo Sang-hyuk will participate in the Glasgow competition

wearing the armband of the ‘defending champion’ and being welcomed by the organizers.

Sanghyuk Woo won the gold medal in the first major competition in Korean track and field history

by exceeding 2m34 at the World Indoor Championships in Belgrade, Serbia in March 2022.

He is considered the strongest candidate to win the Glasgow competition.

A total of 13 athletes, including Woo Sang-hyuk, will participate in the men’s high jump finals,

which will begin at 8:50 pm on March 3rd Korean time.

Current top jumper Mutaz Essa Barsim (Qatar) and 2023 Outdoor World Championship champion Gianmarco Tamberg (Italy) will not participate in this competition.

The first person to threaten Woo Sang-hyuk in Glasgow is Shelby McEwan (USA).

McEwan won the indoor high jump competition in Justopece, Czech Republic,

beating Sanghyuk Woo on the 11th.

At the time, McEwan and Woo Sang-hyuk’s final record was 2m33,

and the success time of 2m33 was also the same in the third period.

However, the rankings were divided as Woo Sang-hyuk succeeded in hitting 2m31 in the second period and McEwan succeeded in the first period.

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