‘AG medal challenge for the first time in 33 years’ men’s water polo team, special training for 3 weeks in Hungary

 The men’s water polo team is going through special hardening in Hungary, where water polo is the national sport, with the goal of winning a medal at the Asian Games (AG) for the first time in 33 years.

The 16 men’s national water polo team left for Hungary on the morning of the 18th for three weeks of overseas training.

The national team, led by Jin Man-geun and Kim Ki-woo and composed of 14 players including captain Kwon Dae-yong (Gyeonggi Provincial Office), trains together with professional teams in the local water polo league for one week in Hungary’s Tutterbanya and Cegled.

Afterwards, he plans to return to Korea on March 14 after completing a three-week schedule from Gödelö to special training with the Hungarian under-18 national team leader.

In the case of Chegled VSE, which has been joint training, it is a team that ranked 4th in the Hungarian water polo league in the 2022-2023온라인바카라, 카지노 season.

This year’s goal for the water polo team is to reach the podium at the Asian Games in Hangzhou, which opens in September, for the first time in 33 years.

The best performance of Korean water polo in the Asian Games was the silver medal won at the 1986 Seoul Games.

After that, he failed to reach the podium after winning the bronze medal at the Beijing Games in 1990.

The 1988 Seoul Olympics and the 2019 Gwangju World Aquatics Championships were the first and last respectively to participate in the Olympics and World Aquatics Championships as a host country.

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