Shin Eui-hyun ended in 11th place in the sitting middle-distance race of the para biathlon event. His countryman Won Yoo-min finished in 17th place. Shin’s 34 minutes and 5.7 seconds were three minutes and twenty-eight seconds behind the first-place finisher.
According to Korean sportsbook sources, Won finished with 39 minutes and 57.7 seconds, which is eight minutes and 3.4 seconds slower than the leader. Also, Won was the only competitor without a single shooting penalty in the race.
After the middle-distance race, both Won and Shin improved their final positions. However, Shin was in 12th place during the sprint race, and Won was 20th. In the para biathlon, participants must shoot and ski simultaneously. Also, they need to complete sprint races with shooting ranges in between. Thus, they need to shoot while experiencing increased adrenaline and heart rate levels.
Shin Eui-hyun Ended in 11th Place
According to sports news coverage, there are three unique decoration challenges in each skiing occasion: Visually impeded, standing, and sitting. Inside every occasion, competitors are characterized considering their impedance, and the score considers these characterizations.
In standing occasions, there are nine characterizations, LW1 to LW9, while in staying there are three, LW10 to LW12, and in outwardly hindered occasions, there are three, B1 to B3. The numbers, or characterization factors, show how much a competitor’s impedance is relied upon to influence their capacity to contend in the game.
According to online sports betting experts, Shin contends in sport class LW-12 for sit-skiers with ordinary or just marginally diminished trunk capacity and leg impedances. Won competes in LW11.5 for sit-skiers with great capacities in their upper body. However, they have restricted control in their hips and lower trunk.