[Asian Games] Ji-Ah Kim and Seong-Min Cho Win Bronze Medal in Mixed Sailing 470 Class
The team of Kim Ji-ah and Jo Seong-min (Busan Metropolitan City Hall)
won the bronze medal in the 470 class yachting class at the Hangzhou Asian Games.
Kim Ji-ah and Jo Seong-min
The pair of Kim Ji-ah and Jo Seong-min crossed the finish line in 5th and 4th place, 카지노
respectively, in the 11th and 12th races of the 470 class sailing at the Hangzhou Asian Games held at the Xiangshan Sailing Center in Ningbo, Zhejiang, China,
on the afternoon of the 26th and took third place.
The two players accumulated a total of 40 penalty points in 11 races,
excluding the 4th race (7th place), which was the lowest ranking out of 12 races.
First place went to the Japanese team (Keise Okada and Miho Yoshioka),
who accumulated 14 points.
The Chinese team (Dong Wonju and Wang Jingsha) followed with 21 penalty points.
The penalty point difference between the 4th place (46 points)
Thai team (Navi Tamsuntorn and Piyaporn Khemkaew) and Korea was 6 points.
In the sailing event, penalty points are awarded according to ranking for each race.
Penalty points are accumulated by 1 point for 1st place, 2 points for 2nd place,
the lowest race can be deducted from the tally.
The fewer penalty points accumulated, the higher the final ranking.
Yachting is divided into categories depending on the shape of the boat or board used.
The 470 class is a sailing event using a two-person dinghy yacht,
will be held for both men and women starting from the Hangzhou Asian Games.
According to the Korea Yachting Association,
the awards ceremony will be held on the afternoon of the 27th when all events end.