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Swimmer Lee In-Kook ‘tied for first’ in ParaAG butterfly, identical by 100th of a second

It was the same to the hundredth of a second.Para swimmer Lee In-guk (Sport Class S14-Anshan Mayor’s Para Sports Association) won a ‘joint’ gold medal with a new Para Asian Games record.Lee was the first of eight athletes to touch the touchpad in the men’s 100-meter butterfly final with a time of 57.86 seconds at the Hangzhou 2022 Para Asian Games at the Olympic Sports Center Pool in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, on Thursday.Japan’s Anku Matsuda arrived at the finish line in the same time as Lee to seal the joint gold medal.Keichi Nakajima of Japan, who finished 0.66 seconds behind Lee, took home the bronze medal.

Their time of 57.86 seconds is a new Para Asian Games record.Teammate Cho Won-sang (Sport Class S14 – Suwon Mayor’s Sports Association) led the early race, reaching the 50-meter mark first.At 75 meters, five athletes were battling for the lead.While Cho Won-sang hesitated, Lee In-gook and Matsuda made a comeback and touched the touchpad at the same time.Lee, who narrowly missed out on silver by 0.8 seconds in the 100-meter backstroke on Sept. 24, completed the upset with a last-minute spurt to avenge his silver medal loss two days earlier.Lee won gold in the 100-meter backstroke at Incheon 2014 and gold at the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Paralympic Games, 온라인카지노 where he set a world and Asian record (59.82).This is the first time she has won a medal in the butterfly.

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