Seo Chae-hyeon (20, North Face, Seoul City Hall), a female sports climbing national representative, won a medal at the 2023 International Sports Climbing Federation (IFSC) Sports Climbing World Championships.
Seo Chae-hyun recorded 47+ in the women’s lead final of the tournament held in Bern, Switzerland on the 7th (Korean time), ranking third after Mori Ai (Japan) and Yanja Garnbret (Slovenia).
With this, Seo Chae-hyun, who won the gold medal in the lead event at the 2021 World Championships in Moscow, climbed to the podium for the second consecutive time토토사이트. Seo Chae-hyun also won her first individual silver medal in her bouldering at the ‘2023 IFSC Italy Brixen Sports Climbing World Cup’ last June.
After the match, Seo Chae-hyun said through her management company All That Sports, “In this tournament, the most important task was to forget and overcome the big mistakes that have been made in this year’s game, and I am really happy that the game ended well as I aimed. I will do my best until the remaining combine matches. I will show you a good image,” he said.
Meanwhile, Kim Ja-in, who competed together, failed to advance to the final, finishing 32+ and tied for 13th in the semifinals. From the 9th, the semi-finals and finals of the combine (boulder lead) with the right to participate in the ‘2024 Paris Olympics’ will be held. If you rank 1st to 3rd in the combine, you can get a ticket to the ‘2024 Paris Olympics’. In addition, from the 10th, the men’s and women’s speed preliminary and finals will be held.
From the 18th to the 27th, the ‘2023 IFSC Seoul Sports Climbing Youth World Championships’ will be held at the Seoul Mountaineering Culture Experience Center with 800 athletes from 45 countries participating.