Son Ji-in, who won first place in the selection competition, won two gold medals in the Rhythmic Gymnastics Competition

Son Ji-in (Sejong High School), who proudly took first place in the national selection competition, finished her skills check by winning two gold medals in the National Rhythmic Gymnastics Competition.

From the 12th to the 14th, 「The 36th President Cup National Rhythmic Gymnastics Competition」 (Jecheon Gymnasium, Chungcheongbuk-do), Kim Joo-won (Sejong University), Son Ji-in-Jo Byeol-ah (private club, J-team), Kim Da-eun (Dongbu Middle School) , Kang Ye-seo (private club, Rhythm Sports Club) and Lee Joo-ah (Seoul Samneung Elementary School) rose to the top 카지노사이트.

The President’s Cup Rhythmic Gymnastics Competition is a rhythmic gymnastics competition with a history of 36 years, in which all players from all categories of rhythmic gymnastics, from elementary to general, can participate. The event was sponsored by Jecheon City and Jecheon City Council.

In particular, the 2021 Chengdu Summer World University Games (2023.7.28.-8.8.) and 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games (2023.9.23.-10.8.), etc., are dispatched representatives of various rhythmic gymnastics international competitions held in 2023 (Ji-in Son, Hasui, Jo Byeol-ah, and Kim Joo-won) checked their skills before the international competition.

The most intense confrontation was in high school. In the individual total-ribbon, Joe Byeol-ah and ball-club, Sohn Ji-in took first place, respectively, and two winners appeared. Hasui (Seoul Gymnastics Association) also took first place in hoop.

In the individual overall for the elementary school, 5th grade Kang Ye-seo (private club/total 82.200) and 6th grader Joo-ah Lee (Seoul Samneung Elementary School/total 85.850) took first place.

In the middle school division, Kim Da-eun (Dongbu Middle School) won four gold medals (individual all-around, ball, club, ribbon/first place each), and Park Seo-hyeon (Gimpo Girls’ Middle School) took first place in hoop.

In the university division, national representative Kim Joo-won (Sejong University) took first place in the individual all-around.

Meanwhile, the next domestic competition hosted by the association will be held in Hongcheon-gun, Gangwon-do (Hongcheon Gymnasium) from September 8 (Fri) to 10 (Sun) before the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games as the ’48th KBS Cup National Rhythmic Gymnastics Competition’. .