Gyeonggi Provincial Office ‘5G’ Kim Eun-ji “April Grand Slam win, world number one goal” 

Gyeonggi Provincial Government’s ‘5G’ skip Kim Eun-ji, who won the championship in the women’s curling quartet at the 104th Winter Sports Festival, expressed her aspirations to win the grand slam event to be held in April and become the world’s No. 1.

Gyeonggi Provincial Office ‘5G, consisting of coach Shin Dong-ho, skip Kim Eun-ji, third Kim Min-ji, second Kim Su-ji, lead Seol Ye-eun, and pips Seol Ye-ji, competed in the Gyeongbuk Curling Federation (Coach Lee Seul-bi) at the 104th Winter Sports Festival women’s final held at the Uijeongbu Curling Center in Gyeonggi-do on the 12th. , skip Kim Soo-hyun, third Jung Min-jae, second Ahn Jung-hyeon, lead Kang Min-hyo) by a score슬롯사이트 of 10-2, and a thrilling gold medal was hung around his neck. 

As a result, the Gyeonggi Provincial Office returned to the top position in women’s curling in 4 years after losing the 99th Winter Sports Festival in 2018 and the 100th Winter Sports Festival in 2019 in a row. 

Gyeonggi Provincial Office skip Kim Eun-ji said in an interview with the championship, “It was the first time I won a domestic competition after the team was reorganized.” said.

He continued, “(With the win at the Winter Sports Festival), I think I need to work harder and become stronger. I think I am growing step by step, little by little, but I will try to grow more for the upcoming Olympics.” 

Regarding future plans, he said, “My goal is to win the Grand Slam in April. We’ve always had good results, but we haven’t been able to win.” grand slam,

Third Kim Min-ji, who completed the dream team from Songhyeon High School by joining Gyeonggi Provincial Government’s ‘5G’ this season, left a brief but strong impression, saying, “I really want to play for the national team. I can’t miss it this time. I want to win the national team for the first time in four years.”

Meanwhile, ‘5G’ of the Gyeonggi Provincial Government has achieved the feat of advancing to the playoffs, including winning three championships in 13 international competitions it has participated in so far this season. 

‘5G’ started by winning the ‘Alberta Series’ held in Edmonton, Canada in August of last year, won the Calgary Autumn Gold Curling Classic, which is the largest and most historic in the world tour, in October, and won the Nissan Classic in December, winning three crowns in the season. went up

In particular, he advanced to the finals of the Grand Slam Canadian Open held last month and defeated Tirinzoni (Switzerland), the champion of the 2022 World Championship last season, in the Champions Cup last season and finished runner-up.

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