South Korean swimmer Hwang Seon-woo won the medal two days in a row at the World Cup where he first participated.

Today (23rd), I won a bronze medal in the main event, the 100m freestyle.

Seon-woo Hwang, who reached the final with 1st place in the preliminary round, raced in lane 4.

On the 25m short course, he passed the first 50m in 5th place, but then shows a terrible back.

It cuts through the current vigorously and sprints out to catch up.

Hwang Seon-woo came in third place behind world powers Chalmers of Australia and Morozov of Russia, who were gold medalists at the Rio Olympics and silver medalists at the Tokyo Olympics.

Yesterday, after finishing third in individual medley, which is not the main event, I won a bronze medal for two days in a row.