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Wed, September 28, 2022 | 05:09
Yu-na’s future still up in the air
Despite the applications to compete in this year's Grand Prix tournaments submitted, it still remains to be seen if Kim Yu-na, the Vancouver gold medalist figure skater, will continue her competitive career.
Pak leaps in golf rankings
Following her first title in three years, Pak Se-ri jumped 26 places in the world rankings for female golfers.
Lee Dong-gook dilemma
In spite of the best-ever talent pool for the upcoming World Cup, South Korean manager Huh Jung-moo is likely to have a daunting task in forming his squad following the unexpected injury of its key striker.
Top southpaws’ clash in sight
While this season's Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) league is panning out to be friendlier to batters, fans of a genuine duel between hurling aces will see the league's two biggest star pitchers face each other this week.
Kim Tae-kyun slams out 2 more homers
Kim Tae-kyun of the Chiba Lotte Marines slugged it out again Sunday, hitting his 11th and 12th home runs of the season as his side played the Yomiuri Giants, where Kim's fellow Korean Lee Seung-yeop played in the starting lineup, in an inter-league match at the Tokyo Dome.
AS Monaco planning to visit Korea
To Chelsea, Barcelona and LA Galaxy it was a visit for a friendly game, and to Manchester United it was part of its Asian tour. Now, AS Monaco of France is rumored to be set to come to South Korea for a couple of exhibition games as part of its marketing scheme.
All Vancouver winners but Yu-na in Hyundai show
Local figure skating fans will soon be able to feast their eyes on star athletes on the ice, including the trio of male single skaters who claimed the top spot on the podium at the last three Olympic Games.
Coach retorts gender suspicion on comeback female football prodigy
Park Eun-sun, a standout striker who came back to the pitch after a five-year-break, was ruled out from the South Korean female football team squad for the upcoming Asian Cup tournament due to poor physical condition.
Giants cleanup hitters staying explosive in KBO
Every club in the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) league has its own legendary cleanup hitters. The Doosan Bears boasted Tyrone Woods, Kim Dong-joo and Shim Chong-soo back in 2000, and fans of the Samsung Lions remember the 2002 season in excitement, when the trio of Lee Seung-yeop, Yang Joon-hyuk and Ma Hae-young blasted off.
S. Korea ranked 21st in power rankings
Huh Jung-moo's squad placed 21st out of the 32 World Cup finalists in a weekly rankings list by Eurosport.
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