Namadi Joel-jin Sets a New Record in the Men’s 100m High School Track and Field in Korea

Namadi Joel-jin sets a new record in the men’s 100m high school track and field in Korea… 10 seconds 36

A new high school record that pulled 0.02 seconds from 10 seconds 38 set by Shin Min-gyu in 2018

Namadi Joel-jin

Namadi Joel-jin (17, Gimpo Jeil Technical High School) changed the Korean track and field men’s high school 100m record in 5 years and 2 months.

As Namadhi Joel-jin won the men’s 100m final at the 44th National City and Province Athletics Competition organized by the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism held at Mokpo Sports Complex on the 19th with a time of 10.36 seconds.

Second place was Bae Geon-yul (Jeonnam Physical Education High School),

which ran in 10 seconds and 69 seconds.

New Records

On this day, Namadi Joeljin fought for records, not rankings. 바카라사이트

Namadi Joel-jin, who ran in the lead from the beginning of the race,

set a new Korean high school record by 0.02 seconds from 10 seconds 38 set by Shin Min-gyu at the Fuse sprint competition on June 3, 2018.

After the game, Namadi Joel-jin said through the Korea Association of Athletics Federations,

“I was in good shape today.

I raced with the thought of doing it like usual practice,

but I’m happy to set the men’s high school record.”

I will work even harder to become a player who challenges myself.”

Namadi Joelgin was born to a Korean mother and a Nigerian father.

My father is a track and field long jumper.

Namadi Joelgin’s parents got married in Nigeria, but soon settled in Korea and had a precious son.

Namadi Joel-jin, who appeared on TV as a child actor,

entered athletics in the 5th grade of elementary school and decided on his career early, saying, “I will become a national representative.”

Although he is not yet a complete player, showing weaknesses at the start, Namadi Joelgin is growing at a tremendous speed.

Its Namadi Joelgin’s 100m record rose to 11.64 in 2021 and 10.66 in 2022.

He shortened his record to 10 seconds 44 at the President’s Cup on July 16 of this year,

then increased his speed within a month to set a new high school record in Korea.

Kim Tae-hee

Kim Tae-hee (18, Irie High School), who was selected as the representative of the Hangzhou Asian Games,

rose to the top by setting a new record (previously 54m24) of 60m61 in the female high school hammer throw final.

Kim Tae-hee said, “It’s a pity that I couldn’t break my personal record (61m24, Korean record for women’s high school) in today’s game,

but I will do my best with the goal of ‘breaking the Korean record (63m80) and entering the medal table’ at the Asian Games in Hangzhou.”

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