Naturalized marathon runner Joo-Han Oh reveals his determination for the Seoul Games in March

“I will break the Korean men’s marathon record held for 23 years”Cheongyang-gun Office of the affiliated team, ‘Operation Carrot’ with plenty of rewardsReturned temporarily on the 24th, registered as an athlete and went to Kenya on the 27th

Kenyan naturalized marathon runner Joo-Han Oh (35, Wilson Royanae Erupe) sets out to break the Korean men’s marathon record according to the ‘Carrot Operation’ of his team, Cheongyang-gun Office (Governor Kim Dong-gon). 토토사이트

Oh Joo-han, who is building her body in Kenya’s Kaptagat at an altitude of 2300m, temporarily returned to Korea on the 24th, went through registration procedures to participate in domestic competitions such as the Seoul International Marathon in March and the National Sports Festival in October, and returned to Kenya on the 27th.

Oh Joo-han, who joined the Cheongyang-gun Office Athletics Team in 2015, was naturalized as a Korean citizen in 2018 and extended his contract with the Cheongyang-gun Office for one year on January 5. Oh Joo-han won the Seoul International Marathon in April last year with a time of 2 hours 11 minutes and 16 seconds, placing first in the domestic division (11th in the international division) and winning the Ulsan National Sports Festival in October last year with a time of 2 hours 18 minutes and 07 seconds, but his record did not live up to expectations.

Moreover, he was disappointed by his withdrawal from the Tokyo Olympics held in August 2021 and the World Championships in Athletics in Eugene (USA) in July last year. It was the result of coach Oh Chang-seok, who discovered himself, naturalized himself, and raised him to the national team in May 2021, who died from suspected symptoms of an African endemic disease, and then did not train properly and only drank.

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