Kim Jin-hyuk (43, CEO of Bobae F&B Co., Ltd.), head of the Korean team for the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Para Games (hereinafter referred to as Hangzhou APG), threw out the first pitch before the game between LG Twins and Lotte Giants held at Jamsil Baseball Stadium on the 10th.
Ahead of the Hangzhou APG, which opens on the 22nd, Manager Kim threw out the first pitch to publicize the competition and raise national interest. The Korea Sports Association for the Disabled proposed the first pitch to the LG Twins, and the LG Twins reached a consensus and the first pitch was thrown.토토사이트
Kim Jin-hyuk, head of the team, said, “I am grateful to the LG Twins team for providing an opportunity to publicize the competition and increase national interest through this first pitch.” He added, “Thanks to the energy of the LG Twins, who won the regular season for the first time in 29 years, our national disabled team representative “We ask for the public’s interest and support so that the players can perform at their best in the competition.”
At this year’s Hangzhou APG, 616 medal events in 22 sports will be held, and over 3,800 Asian disabled athletes from 45 countries will participate. Korea aims for 4th place overall with 345 players (208 players, 137 executives) participating in 21 sports excluding visual soccer.