Seoul Metropolitan City (Mayor Oh Se-hoon) won its second consecutive victory at the 20th National Winter Sports Festival for the Disabled. Seoul won the overall championship with a total of 48 medals (23 gold, 19 silver, 6 bronze) and a total of 30,743 points at the Paralympic Winter Games held in Gangwon-do from the 10th to the 13th. Seoul, which regained the championship title last year for the first time in five years, succeeded in securing first place by producing eight multiple crowns. Gyeonggi-do (23,481 points, 17 gold, 18 silver, 17 bronze) ranked second overall, followed by Gangwon in third place (18,876 points, 4 gold, 2 silver, 4 bronze). 온라인카지노

Seoul made a pleasant start with gold medals in the men’s and women’s deaf curling in the pre-game, then won a silver medal in ice hockey in which the heroes of the Pyeongchang Paralympic Games competed, and a bronze medal in the 8th end of the wheelchair curling quartet, and did well in the team event. Lee Jae-hyeok, who drew attention as ‘the hope of Korean disabled snowboarders’, also showed off his strongest side by winning two gold medals in the men’s snowboard cross and giant slalom.

On the other hand, on the 13th, the last day of the competition, Shin Eui-hyeon in the men’s sitting 4.5km, Kim Yun-ji in the women’s sitting 4.5km, and Kim Min-yeong and Kwak Han-sol (guide) in the men’s 6km visual event won gold medals in cross-country skiing on the 13th, winning four gold medals side by side. In particular, ‘Rising Star’ Kim Yun-ji won four gold medals with overwhelming races in women’s biathlon and cross-country skiing, and was also honored with the first MVP voted by the reporters following last year’s Dong-Summer Rookie of the Year competition. In the wheelchair curling final held at the Gangneung Curling Center, Gangwon won 4-3 in the Jeonnam-Gangwon match. In the mixed ice hockey finals held at the Gangneung Hockey Center, Gangwon defeated Seoul 9-0 to claim the gold medal. In the 3rd and 4th place matches, Chungnam defeated Chungbuk 12-0 and won the bronze medal.

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