Lee Je-hyeok (26, Seoul Sports Association for the Disabled), the ‘icon of youth and spirit’, showed off the face of the strongest snowboarder.
Lee Jae-hyeok participated in the men’s snowboard cross and giant slalom at the 20th Para Winter Games held in Gangwon-do on the 10th (Korean time), and took first place in both.
The main event, snowboard cross, was 35 seconds and 19 seconds, beating second place Kim Yun-ho (45 seconds and 63 seconds) of Incheon by more than 10 seconds. In the giant slalom held a while later, he finished first with a time of 1 minute and 29 seconds, winning two gold medals. 카지노
Lee Je-hyeok said after the game, “I’m glad I took the medal,” and said, “I was embarrassed because the board speed didn’t come out well because the temperature rose and the humidity was high, but I think I got on well. He will also perform well at the World Championships in March.”
He then added support to his colleagues from the Seoul Sports Association for the Disabled, saying, “Don’t be nervous and hope you do well as usual.”
He swallowed regret by failing to advance to the semifinals of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. However, last season, he won the 2022 Europa Cup in the Netherlands and Finland consecutively, demonstrating the appearance of a world class.
Lee Jae-hyeok will challenge the gold medal at the 2023 World Championships to be held in Spain next month by driving the momentum of winning two gold medals in the Para Winter Games.