Shin Jeong-hwi (22, Korea Sports Promotion Foundation) and Kim Na-hyeon (20, Gangwon Provincial Office) ranked 6th in the diving mixed synchro 10m platform at the 2024 World Aquatics Championships.
The pair of Shin Jeong-hwi and Kim Na-hyeon earned a total of 262.80 points from the first to fifth periods in the mixed synchro 10m platform final at the competition held at the Hamad Aquatic Center in Doha, Qatar on the 3rd, placing 6th out of 9 teams. 바카라사이트
North Korea, participating in the World Aquatics Championships for the first time in seven years, won a silver medal that day.
The North Korea, paired with Lim Young-myeong and Cho Jin-mi,
scored 303.96 points and took second place, following the pair of Huang Jianjie and Zhang Zhi (China) with 353.82 points.
North Korea participated in the World Aquatics Championships for the first time in seven years since the 2017 Budapest Games.
North Korea refused to participate in the 2019 competition held in Gwangju, South Korea.
The North Korea closed its borders in early 2020 when the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) began to spread,
and boycotted the 2020 Tokyo Olympics held in 2021,
preventing it from participating in international competitions until 2022 from the International Olympic Committee (IOC). received disciplinary action
Due to regulations, he was unable to participate in the 2022 Budapest competition.
The ban from international competitions was lifted in 2023,
but North Korean swimmers did not participate in the 2023 Fukuoka Games.
North Korea only sent a team to the Doha competition for diving,
and successfully won a medal in the early stages of the competition, showing off its status as a ‘diving powerhouse’.
Until this day, all five medals (one gold, two silver, two bronze) won by North Korea at the World Aquatics Championships came from diving.