Park Ji-won won the Short Track World Cup… Inaugural Crystal Globe Award

Korean male short track ace Park Ji-won (27, Seoul City Hall) has risen to the top of the world.

Park Ji-won crossed the finish line in 1:25:359 in the men’s 1000m 2nd race final of the 6th competition of the ‘2022-2023 International Skating Union (ISU)’ Short Track World Cup held in Dordrecht, the Netherlands on the 13th (Korean time) and won 1 occupied the top

Park Ji-won온라인바카라, who was in 3rd place with 1 lap left to go to the finish line, increased her speed on the last lap, rose to 1st place at once, and crossed the finish line.

In the men’s 5,000m relay, the Korean team also added a gold medal.

The Korean national team, which included Park Ji-won (Seoul City Hall), Lim Yong-jin (Goyang City Hall), Lee Dong-hyeon (Uijeongbu Guangdong High School), and Kim Tae-seong (Dankook University), crossed the finish line in first place with a time of 6:47:048 and won the gold medal.

Park Ji-won, who also won the men’s 1,500m event, finished the tournament by winning three gold medals in the last World Cup event this season.

Park Ji-won, who scored a total of 1,068 World Cup ranking points, took first place in the individual overall rankings in the men’s ISU World Cup this season and won the ‘Crystal Globe’, which is awarded to the overall winner of the season.

In the six World Cup events held this season, Korea has won 14 gold medals and 4 silver medals.

Park Ji-won was honored to be the first recipient of the ‘Crystal Globe’, which is awarded to the overall winner of the ISU World Cup.

Starting this season, in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the World Cup, the ISU is awarding the ‘Crystal Globe’ trophy to the male and female overall winners based on the results of the 1st to 6th World Cup competitions.

Park Ji-won said through the Korea Ice Skating Federation, “I’ve been aiming for the overall championship since the beginning of the season, and I’m so happy to have achieved it.”

Meanwhile, in the men’s 500m final held on the same day, Lim Yong-jin crossed the finish line in second place with a time of 40.851 seconds, earning a silver medal.

In the final of the women’s 1,000m second race, Kim Gil-ri (Seo Hyeon-go) won the silver medal with a time of 1:33:037.

The Korean national team will return home via Incheon International Airport on the 14th.

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