Koo Bon-cheol won the jiu-jitsu men’s 77kg final with an advantage (4-1) victory over Bahrain’s Abdullah Munparedi in the finals of the competition held at the Xiaoshan Linfu Gymnasium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, on the 6th.
Koo Bon-cheol, who started the game with great spirit, took control of the game by putting pressure on his opponent from the top.
He gained 1 advantage point with 4 minutes and 31 seconds left in the game, and then added 2 advantage points with his sharp ground skills.
Koo Bon-cheol suffered a nosebleed due to his opponent’s rough play with 4 minutes and 8 seconds left in the game, but resumed the game after stopping the bleeding. 바카라사이트
The two players engaged in a power struggle, and exchanged one penalty 2 minutes and 30 seconds before the end of the game.
Koo Bon-cheol continued to lead the attack from the top, and Abdullah continued to focus on guard play.
Koo Bon-cheol gave his opponent 1 point of advantage, but gained the advantage again 1 minute and 37 seconds before the end of the game and took the lead.
The two players, who each received one more penalty, played fiercely at the end of the game.
Abdullah twisted his whole body to find loopholes in Koo Bon-cheol in an attempt to turn the game around, but Koo Bon-cheol, who held on at the top, never gave up a point.
Koo Bon-cheol, who overpowered Abdullah, expressed his joy by roaring after the final buzzer sounded.
This is the first time that a Korean jiu-jitsu athlete has won a gold medal in this competition.
Jiu-jitsu was adopted as an official event at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games, and at that time, Korea won one gold medal and one bronze medal.
In this competition, Joo Seong-hyeon won a bronze medal in the men’s 69kg class on the 5th, and Park Jeong-hye won a bronze medal in the women’s 52kg class on the 6th, defeating teammate Im Eon-ju (Korean Jiu-Jitsu Association), earning one gold medal and two bronze medals. harvested.
On the 7th, Ki-Ra Seong (Korea Jiu-Jitsu Association), a gold medalist at the Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang, aims to win her second consecutive title in the women’s 63kg class.