‘Second-year captain’ Park Jung-ah “Slowly, one by one…aiming for an Asian Games medal”

Park Jung-ah (Pepper Savings Bank), captain of the South Korean women’s volleyball team, is determined to bring the team back from the brink. The Korean women’s volleyball team has been sweating it out at the Jincheon Athletic Center gym since June 6, and on Sunday, the team released a training video to the media. Park and her teammates are preparing for the Asian Women’s Volleyball Championship, the Paris Olympic Qualifiers, and the Hangzhou Asian Games. The team is in need of a rebound in the upcoming three tournaments after suffering humiliating defeats in the Volleyball Nations League (VNL) for the second consecutive year. Park Jung-ah, in her second year as captain after inheriting the armband from ‘volleyball queen’ Kim Yeon-kyung (Heungkuk Life), has a heavier burden on her shoulders. “It’s true that it’s a demanding position, but I’m doing my best because my teammates help me a lot,” Park said. “I’m trying to listen to their opinions first. There are many young athletes, so I listen to their stories a lot. We talk a lot about life, not just sports. I am keeping my ears open,” she said, defining her leadership. The team rallied around Park did not perform as well as before, but the atmosphere was not as bad. “We had a meeting with the players, and we’re focused on making the top four at the first Asian Championships. We haven’t talked about the Asian Games (which will be the last) yet. I told them to take it one game at a time, starting with the one in front of them.” Park, however, has her own personal preparations for the Asian Games. 메이저놀이터 There have been many voices of disappointment and regret for the women’s volleyball team in recent years, and they need a medal. “Of course, my goal is to win a medal,” Park said. We have a big desire to achieve, so if we set our goals correctly and fulfill them one by one, we will have good results at the Asian Games. I will prepare to compete in the most perfect way possible,” she said.

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