The swimming team participating in the 2022 International Swimming Federation (FINA) Short Course World Swimming Championships is writing a bunch of new records in Korea.

Yang Jae-hoon (25, Gangwon Provincial Office) set a new Korean record of 51.36 seconds in the men’s 100m butterfly qualifier held at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Center on the 17th.

Although he failed to advance to the semifinals by staying at 24th out of 55 players, he beat the previous Korean record (51.56 seconds) set by Jang Kyu-cheol at the 2013 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games by 0.2 seconds.

Following the men’s 50m freestyle event in this event, Yang Jae-hun, who helped the national team reach 4th place, the highest ever in the team event at the World Swimming Championships, by collaborating on a new Korean record consecutively in the men’s 800m relay preliminaries and finals the previous day, has already set a new Korean record for the fourth time. 토토

The Korean team also set a new Korean record in the women’s medley relay 200m preliminaries.

The national team, consisting of Kim San-ha (27, Anyang City Hall), Moon Soo-ah (15, Seoul Weightlifting), Kim Seo-young (29, Gyeongbuk Provincial Office), and Heo Yeon-gyeong (18, Bangsan High School), set a new Korean record of 1 minute 48 seconds 24.

Although it ranked 9th out of 14 countries and failed to advance to the final where the top 8 teams competed, the previous Korean record set by Kim Ji-hyeon, Kim Go-eun, Park Jin-young, and Hwang Seo-jin at the 4th Incheon Indoor and Martial Arts Asian Games in 2013 (1:50:17) shortened by 1 second 93 in 9 years.

In addition, Kim San-ha, who became the first swimmer in the 200m medley relay, set a new Korean record in the short course women’s 50m backstroke with a time of 26.67 seconds.