Kim Min-seok (30-Suwon City Hall), the top-ranked wrestler in the men’s Greco-Roman category, beamed as he said he would hang his bronze medal from the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games on his hospitalized father .”I think my father will be happy,” Kim said in the joint press area after defeating India’s Naveen 5-1 in the bronze medal match of the men’s Greco-Roman 130 kg wrestling event at the Lin’an Sports and Cultural Exhibition Center in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China, on Friday. “His health hasn’t been good lately, and I think I gave him a little joy .”As with most people, Kim’s father’s presence in his life was very important. His first sport was judo, and he switched to wrestling after middle school when he was scouted by the wrestling coach. Kim’s stage shifted from the judo ring to the wrestling mat, but his father was always in the stands cheering him on .Unfortunately, Kim’s father lost his health a few years ago and was no longer able to cheer him on from the sidelines. Kim prepared for the Hangzhou Asian Games with his dad in the hospital. “I actually wanted to win a gold medal at the Games so I could wear it around my neck,” he said, adding, “I was worried that I wouldn’t have a medal for him, but I’m glad I got a bronze.” “I will definitely bring a gold medal to Paris 2024 next year and give it to my father,” he vowed. Kim Min-seok narrowly missed out on gold on the day .After leading 1-0 against China’s Meng Lingjie in the semifinals, he conceded a point in the dying seconds of the match to miss out on a ticket to the final due to the head-to-head rule. “In every international tournament, there are many times when you fall short at the threshold of the final,” said Kim Min-seok, “and it was especially unfortunate for me to have a similar situation at this tournament. When I return to Korea, I will start preparing for the Paris Olympics 카지노사이트킹 with the intention of dying.

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