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Name JOO Hyunjung
NOC KOR - Korea, Republic of Korea, Republic of Date of Birth 03 MAY 1982
Residence Gender Female
Height 165 cm Weight 63 kg
Discipline Archery

Archery

Result
Date Time Event Results
Result Record
23 SEP 2014 10:00 Recurve Women's Individual Ranking Round 1324 (rank 13)
23 SEP 2014 10:00 Recurve Women's Team Ranking Round 4081 (rank 1)

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Asian Games
1Recurve Team2010Guangzhou, CHN
Olympic Games
1Recurve Team2008Beijing, CHN
7Recurve Individual2008Beijing, CHN
World Championships
1Recurve Individual2009Ulsan, KOR
1Recurve Team2009Ulsan, KOR
World Cup Final
6Recurve Individual2013Paris, FRA
World Cup
3Recurve Individual2013Shanghai, CHN
4Recurve Individual2014Antalya, TUR
4Recurve Individual2014Medellin, COL
4Recurve Individual2013Wroclaw, POL
4Recurve Individual2013Antalya, TUR
Asian Championships
1Recurve Team2013Taipei, TPE
1Recurve Individual2009Bali, INA
4Recurve Individual2013Taipei, TPE
World Ranking
8Recurve Individual2014

Detailed Information

Biography
Hobbies Extreme sports including bungee jumping. (blog.hyundai.co.kr, 17 Jun 2014)
Occupation Athlete
Higher education Yong In University , Korea
Spouse & Children Husband and a son
Languages Spoken Korean
Club Hyundai Mobis , Korea
Coach Ryu Soo Jung [national]; Yang Chang-Hoon [club] (archery.or.kr, 15 Jul 2014)
Sporting / famous Relatives His husband Kye Dong-Hyun is also an archer. (people.search.naver.com, 19 May 2014)
Additional Information Member of national team since
2007 (mobis.co.kr, 27 Nov 2010)

Start of sporting career
She began archery at age 11. (blog.hyundai.co.kr, 17 Jun 2014)

Ambitions
To win two gold medals at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, Korea. (blog.hyundai.co.kr, 17 Jun 2014)

Most influential person in career
Her mother, husband and son. (blog.hyundai.co.kr, 17 Jun 2014)

Awards
At the Korean Athletic Awards Ceremony in 2014 she was awarded the Cheongryong Medal, the highest Order of Merit for sport in Korea. (people.search.naver.com, 19 May 2014)

She was given the Best Player Award by the Korean Archery Association in 2009. (people.search.naver.com, 19 May 2014)


General
SNAKES ALIVE
To prepare for the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, she used the daunting experience of handling snakes as part of her training regime. "We do have special training to enhance bravery," her then-coach Cho Eun-Sin said. (Asiad Daily, 22 Nov 2010)

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