Gyeonggi Provincial Government 5G Curling Team advances to the finals of 6 consecutive Grand Slam events

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Gyeonggi Provincial Office’s 5G curling team was unfortunately defeated by World Championship champion Tim Tirinzoni in the semi-finals of the Players Championship, a Grand Slam tournament in which only 12 of the world’s strongest teams participated, but achieved the splendid feat of advancing to the finals of six Grand Slam events.

Gyeonggi Province 5G (Skip Kim Eun-ji, Third Kim Min-ji, Second Kim Su-ji, Lead Seol Ye-eun, Phips Seol Ye-ji) led by coach Shin Dong-ho won 34 consecutive victories at the World Championships in the semifinals of the Players Championship, the last major tournament of the season held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the morning of the 16th. They lost 3-6 to Team Tirinzoni, the Swiss national team, who won the world championship for 5 years in a row and 4 times in a row. 토스카지노

However, Gyeonggi Provincial Office 5G once again demonstrated that it is a world-class prestigious team by recording the first record in Korean curling history of advancing to the finals of six Grand Slam competitions in a row called the ‘War of the Stars’.

Gyeonggi Provincial Government 5G, which had a refreshing start by defeating Team Jennifer Jones of Canada 6-5 in the first match of the preliminary round, lost 5-6 to Tim Einarsen of Canada in the second match. advanced

Gyeonggi Provincial Office 5G defeated Sweden’s Team Hasselborg, the gold medal team of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, 6-5 in three preliminary rounds, followed by a 5-2 victory over Team Peterson of the United States and 7-4 victory over Team Grandi of Canada. 1 win, 1 loss, and 1st place among the 12 strongest teams in the world, achieving an overwhelming performance by going directly to the semi-finals. 

However, in the semifinals, he lost to Tirinzoni, the world’s strongest team, and had to postpone his first Grand Slam title and the goal of No. 1 in the tour rankings to the next opportunity. 

Previously, Gyeonggi Provincial Office 5G advanced to the finals of the Grand Slam Canadian Open held in January, defeating Team Tirinzoni (Switzerland) and winning runner-up, showing off its spirit by advancing to the finals of five consecutive Grand Slam tournaments.

Although the Gyeonggi Provincial Government’s goal of world No. 1 has been postponed, it is expected to show off its best power in the most prestigious Players Championship, where only the world’s strongest 12 teams participate in the Grand Slam competition, and look forward to success in the next season as well as the 2026 Milan-Cortina d’Ampezzo Winter Olympics. did it 

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