Korea Judo, no medal in the World Championships team event… 2-4 loss to Japan

 The Korean judo team failed to win a medal in the mixed team event at the 2023 International Judo Federation (IJF) World Championships.

On the 15th (Korean time), the national team was eliminated after losing 2-4 to their first opponent, Japan, at the ABHA Arena in Doha, Qatar.

After passing the first round with a bye, Korea faced the world’s strongest Japan in the second round.

Kim Ha-yoon (Ansan City Hall), who competed in the first match, over 70kg, defeated Sega and Maya of Japan by foul play after a close match in overtime (golden score).

Then, in the men’s 90kg or higher class, Kim Min-jong (Yangpyeong-gun Office) defeated Kageura Kokoro, the winner of the 2021 World Championship, with a half-push win in overtime.

After winning two matches, Korea lost all of the remaining four weight division matches and packed their bags.

Heo Mi-mi (Gyeongbuk Sports Association) in the women’s 57kg class was defeated by Tamaoki Momo, and Kang Heon-cheol (Yongin City Hall) in the men’s 73kg class was defeated by Goga Hayato, respectively. ) all withdrew to one round.

After defeating Korea, Japan advanced to the final and defeated France 4-3 to win its sixth consecutive championship.메이저사이트

The mixed team event at the World Championships is a national competition that competes in a total of 6 weight classes, including 3 weight classes (57kg, 70kg, and 70kg or more for women) and 3 weight classes (73kg, 90kg, and 90kg or more for men). was performed from

Japan has never missed a gold medal since becoming the first champion in 2017.

The national team, which won two bronze medals in the individual event at the World Championships, will arrive at Incheon International Airport at 4:55 p.m.

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