On the 7th, he finished second after the winner Shigeyuki Nakarai of Japan in the men’s dance sports breaking division at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held at Gongshunha Sports Park Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China.
Kim Hong-yeol is one of the representative b-boys of South Korea. She appeared at an international competition in 2001 when she was 16. He won the world-renowned B-boying competition “Red Bull BC One” in 2006 and 2013.
He is famous for his original moves. Although physical inferiority was cited as a disadvantage as he got older, he won the second place in the Asian Games with his experience and experience on the big stage several times.
From the quarterfinals, it was played in a one-on-one battle. Nine judges judge who performed well in each round to determine the winner. The player who wins two rounds advances to the next game.
Kim Hong-yeol defeated Amir Zakirov of Kazakhstan 2-0 in the quarterfinals and headed to the semifinals. His opponent is Ishin Hishikawa (Japan). The game was set at 3-0.
In the match against Shigeyuki Nakarai (Japan), who met him in the final, he gave up a 1-2 victory and had to be satisfied with the silver medal.
A total of four players, two from the men’s and two from the women’s, made it to the quarterfinals, but three except Kim Hong-yeol failed to advance to the semifinals.
“Wing” Kim Hyun-woo (36) failed to enter the medal table after losing 0-2 to Ishin Hishikawa of Japan in the quarterfinals. 온라인경마
Beagles ‘Fresh Bella’ Jeon Ji-ye (24) and ‘Stary’ Kwon Sung-hee (27) also suffered a setback. In the quarterfinals, the team lost 0-2 to “671” Liu Qingui of China and Ayumi Fukushima of Japan.
Breaking is a dance style that began in the Bronx, New York in the 1970s. It originated from hip-hop culture and features acrobatic movements.
Breaking was first introduced to the Asian Games. It will be adopted as an official event for the first time at next year’s Paris Olympics, drawing attention from breaking fans around the world.
Breaking events at the 2024 Paris Olympics will be held in two events: men’s and women’s. Sixteen b-boys and sixteen b-girls will play a solo battle.