‘Deaf table tennis prodigy’ Kim Min-chan (11, Gwangju Songjeong Elementary School 5) achieved three consecutive men’s singles titles.
Kim Min-chan beat Choi Hyun-seok (Gyeonggi) with a game score of 3-0 (11-5, 11-8, 11-4) and won the championship. Kim Min-chan, who received a scholarship from Sports Toto Korea Co., Ltd. after two consecutive losses last year, showed off his unchanging skills. Kim Min-chan competed with non-disabled players at the 48th National Elementary School Table Tennis Competition last year and caused a stir by coming in third place in the 4th grade, and since 2021, he has swept first place in the disabled students sports competition for the third year.
Kim Ha-ram and Yeo Min-seo (from left) won the gold medal in the table tennis class 11 high school women’s doubles at the 17th National Disabled Students Sports Festival held at Dongchun Gymnasium in Ulsan on May 18 Photo courtesy of Korea Paralympic Games
Jang Si-eun and Jeong Si-eun (from left) who won the gold medal in the table tennis class 11 elementary and middle school women’s doubles at the 17th National Disabled Students Sports Festival held at Dongchun Gymnasium in Ulsan on May 18 Photo courtesy of the Korea Disabled Sports Association
In the CLASS11 elementary and middle school men’s doubles finals held on this day, Ulsan Yeo Tae-jin and Lee Seong-anjo defeated Sejong Kim Hyung-min and Park Gyeong-junjo 3-1 to win the gold medal. and rose to number 1. In the high school men’s doubles, Gyeongnam Lee Chang-yeop and Han Seung-myeong won the Chungnam Kim Tae-bin and Lee Jeong-seop team 3-0, and in the women’s doubles, Gyeonggi-do Kim Ha-ram and Yeomin-seo team defeated Incheon Kang Eun-bi and Park Hyun-ji 3-2 to win the title.
The 17th National Sports Festival for Students with Disabilities held at Ulsan Sports Complex on May 18, men’s 200m T20 (high school) final match. Photo courtesy of Korea Sports Association for the Disabled
On May 18, the 17th National Disabled Students Sports Festival held at Ulsan Sports Complex, men’s 200m T20 (elementary school) final match. Photo courtesy of Korea Sports Association for the Disabled
Meanwhile, on the third day of the National Disabled Students Sports Festival, all 17 events were held, and a total of 134 gold medalists were covered. Jeonnam Jang Ju-il (17, Deoksu School) won the gold medal in the men’s 200m T20 (high school) at the Ulsan Sports Complex with a record of 26 seconds and 46 seconds. In the middle school category, Daejeon Park Geon-woo (15, Shintan Central Middle School) won the gold medal with a time of 27.18 seconds, and in the elementary school category, Kim Do-hyeon (12) of Chungcheongnam-do ranked first with a record of 32.77 seconds. In the women’s 200m T20 (high school), Gyeongbuk Seo Ji-suk (17, Pohang Myeongdo School) was 29.59 seconds, in the middle school 토스카지노Sejong Yoon Tae-yeong (14, Sejong Para Athletics Team) was 35.53 seconds, and Chungnam Yun Na-young (12) was 37.44 seconds in the elementary school category. reached number one with a record of
The 17th National Disabled Students Sports Festival Basketball Mixed (Intellectual Developmental Disability) High School Division Ceremony held at Ulsan Auto Valley Welfare Center on May 18 Photo courtesy of Korea Sports Association for the Disabled
In the basketball mixed (intellectual developmental disability) high school finals held at the Auto Valley Welfare Center, Gyeonggi-do won the championship by beating Gangwon 52-33. Gyeonggi-do won an overwhelming 84-16 victory over Gyeongbuk in the semifinals, and in the match against Gangwon, it showed a fierce aspect in the beginning, but from the middle, it dominated the offense and defense, and relaxed the game.
On May 18, at the 17th National Disabled Students Sports Festival disc golf event held at Munsu International Archery Field in Ulsan, Chungnam players competed.
At the Munsu International Archery Field, disc golf, one of the popular events in the event, was held. In the disc golf mixed putting open grade elementary, middle, and high school finals, Chungnam won the gold medal by beating Sejong 30 to 19. Disc golf is an event similar to golf in terms of game method and terminology. It is an event in which a discatcher (goal hole) is placed at a certain point, and a flying disc is thrown and moved, and how few times a player can score a goal at the dispatcher (goal hole) while moving.
On the 19th, the last day of the tournament, 57 events in 13 sports, including goalball and basketball, will be held. Match schedule and results can be found on the official website of the tournament.