Weightlifting Olympic gold medalist Jang Mi-ran, second vice minister of culture, sports and tourism, visited the Jincheon National Training Center about a month before the opening of the ‘2022 Hangzhou Asian Games’ to encourage the national team and check the training situation.
On the 16th, Vice Minister Jang visited the Jincheon National Training Center in North Chungcheong Province and met the national team players in person and said, “The most important thing is to hold an injury-free event safely.”
“Our sports heroes have brought tears of emotion and hope of joy to the people whenever there is a big competition,” he asked for propaganda.토토사이트
Vice Minister Jang Mi-ran, who took a new step as a sports administrator last June, is the third elite sportsman to be named the second vice minister of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, following Vice Minister Park Jong-gil (shooting) of the Park Geun-hye government and Choi Yoon-hee (swimming) of the Moon Jae-in government. .
When he entered the training ground of the weightlifting team, cheers poured out with warm applause. Vice Minister Jang Mi-ran is a legend in Korean weightlifting who won 4 consecutive gold medals at the 2005-2009 World Weightlifting Championships (2005, 2006, 2007, 2009) and won gold medals (2008 Beijing), silver medals (2004 Athens), and bronze medals (2012 London) at the Olympics. .
Vice Minister Jang also inspected the training ground facilities, saying, “I think I should have brought some sportswear. There are more and more (training) equipment than we did before.”
He greeted and asked regards to his juniors, who often contacted and encouraged him.
Some players shouted, “Sister ~ you are beautiful!” 28) held out her weightlifting belt to Vice Minister Jang, saying, “Sister, please sign.” Vice Minister Jang refused twice, saying, “I have to train,” and then turned around and called back a younger colleague to sign the belt. He smiled brightly, saying, “
In addition to the weightlifting team, Vice Minister Jang also visited the swimming, taekwondo, and badminton teams. Following
Park Tae-hwan, Hwang Seon-woo, who emerged as the present and future of swimming in Korea, watched from afar his training. As expected, Vice Minister Jang was concerned about whether his visit would interfere with training.
Vice Minister Jang said, “To do our best, we must be careful of injuries above all else. Injuries always come unexpectedly, so I hope players will warm up well before and after exercise.”
Ahead of the World Championships, ‘World Ranking No. 1’ badminton Ahn Se-young clenched his fists after hearing the encouragement from the ‘great senior. ‘ The 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, which
opened next month, were scheduled to be held last year, but in the aftermath of the spread of Corona 19, from September 23 to October 8 this year, 12,500 players from 45 countries participated. It will be held in the middle of the event, and Korea dispatches 1,140 participants in 39 sports.