Track and Field High Jumper Woo Sang-hyuk Win [sports]

Track and Field High Jumper Woo Sang-hyuk Wins the Korea Sports Awards Competition Award

Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism awards medals to 33 people who have contributed to the development of sports and awards sports awards to 9 people

Woo Sang-hyuk (27, Yongin City Hall), the star of the high jump who became the first Korean athlete to win this year's Athletics Diamond League Final, where the world's best athletes compete, received the Korea Sports Award.

In commemoration of the 61st Sports Day (October 15), the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism held the 2023 Sports Development Merit Medal and the 61st Korea Sports Awards Awards Ceremony at The Plaza Hotel in Jung-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the 31st.

The government raised the status of sports in Korea and rewarded 42 people who contributed to the development of sports. 온라인카지노

There are 9 Cheongryong Medals, 7 Maengho Medals, 2 Geosang Medals, 8 White Horse Medals, 2 Kirin Medals, 5 Sports Medals, 6 Presidential Citations, and 3 Ministerial Citations.

Woo Sang-hyuk, who won the competition award, established a new Korean record for the first time in 25 years at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Standing tall as the world's top jumper, and continued to improve by taking first place at the World Indoor Athletics Championships and first place at the Diamond League Competition.

In particular, the government introduced Woo Sang-hyuk as enjoying the game with a bright and positive expression, earning him the nickname 'Smile Jumper', and conveying bright energy and sports spirit to the people.

At the Korea Sports Awards, which awards a presidential commendation and a commendation from the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism to those who have outstanding achievements in eight fields, including competition, coaching, and refereeing, the 'Disabled Sports Award' went to Nordic skier Eui-hyun Shin (Sejong).

Shin Shin-hyeon led the growth of disabled Nordic skiing, which had been a barren field, and contributed to expanding its base with his natural talent and outstanding athletic ability.

At the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Paralympics, Korea won the first gold medal in a winter event for the disabled, showing the growth potential of Nordic skiing for the disabled.

In particular, Changseong Construction, to which Shin Shin-hyeon belongs, established a disabled shooting team in 2023 based on the performance of the disabled Nordic ski team, leading to the evaluation that Shin Shin-hyeon's performance served as a catalyst for the creation of a disabled sports team.

The 'Athlete's Greatest Parent Award' goes to An Jeong-hyeon, the father of Ahn Se-young (Samsung Life Insurance)

Ahn Se-young impressed the entire nation by winning the women's singles gold medal in badminton after fighting through injuries with strong physical and mental strength at this year's Hangzhou Asian Games, and his ski family.

Heo Gil-nam, the godfather, receives it jointly.

After retiring from the national boxing team, Ahn Jeong-hyeon encountered badminton as a recreational athlete, and was recognized for his contribution in recognizing the talents of his daughter Ahn Se-young and son Ahn Yun-seong, who followed him through badminton club activities, and raising them into world-class players.

Ahn Se-young is taking the lead in the resurgence of Korean badminton by rewriting the legend of Korean badminton women's singles, including being ranked first in the world in badminton women's singles and ranked first in women's singles at the World Championships.

Heo Gil-nam was recognized for his dedication and contribution in raising his son Heo Seung-wook, daughter Heo Seung-eun, grandson Heo Do-hyeon, and grandson Jeong Min-sik to become national alpine skiers of the Republic of Korea.

Contribution to Sports Development' is the highest honor in the field of sports, given to athletes and leaders who have contributed to the development of sports in our country and to the improvement of national sports and national development.

It was established in 1973 and celebrates its 51st anniversary this year.

Kim Seong-il, coach of the Chungju City Hall Workplace Athletic Department boxing team, received the Maengho Medal of the Order of Sports Merit for his lifelong dedication to the development of boxing in Korea, including discovering and guiding numerous boxing prospects as a leader and contributing to winning medals at various domestic and international competitions.
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