Jeon Woong-tae (modern pentathlon), who is expected to compete alongside Hwang Sun-woo (swimming) for Korea’s first medal at the 19th Hangzhou Summer Asian Games, which kick off on the 23rd, has been confirmed to have been dropped from the organising committee’s broadcasting plan s .According to the Korea Olympic Committee on Monday, the Hangzhou organisers have decided not to produce a broadcast of the modern pentathlon final on the 24th, in which Jeon will compete. An official from a Korean broadcaster covering the Korean athletes in Hangzhou, China, confirmed the organisers’ decision, saying, “There is no video of the event from the organisers, so we will have to take a separate video of Jeon Woong-tae’s event with an ENG camera. “Unlike the Summer Olympics, which has a limited number of official sports, the Asian Games, with its large number of events, often does not have a broadcasting organiser .We are saddened that we will not be able to watch Jeon Woong-tae, who won bronze in the men’s individual event at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics, becoming the first Korean modern pentathlete to win an Olympic medal. After winning individual gold at Jakarta-Palembang 2018, Jeon will be looking to win back-to-back team titles and revive his country’s nine-year absence from the event .Jeon will begin the Asian Games with the fencing ranking round on 20 February, followed by the semi-finals on 22 February and the final on 24 February. Hwang Sun-woo, a prominent figure in Korean swimming management, will also start his bid 카지노사이트킹 for a triple crown in the 100 metres freestyle on the 24th.


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