Women’s volleyball loses 2-3 upset to Colombia…fifth straight Paris Olympics qualifier

The South Korean women’s national volleyball team (ranked 35th in the world) fell to Colombia (ranked 22nd) in the Paris 2024 Olympic Qualification Tournament.

The team, led by head coach Cesar Hernández González, came from behind to lose the fifth match of the Paris Olympic Qualification Group C against Colombia by a set score of 2-3 (12-25 25-14 25-20 20-25 9-15) in Łódź, Poland, on Aug. 22 (KST).

The loss against Colombia was the fifth straight in the tournament for South Korea, which also lost to Italy (0-3), Poland (1-3), Germany (2-3) and the United States (1-3).

South Korea’s last loss to the United States effectively ended their chances of qualifying for the Paris Olympics, 바카라사이트 but they put up a tenacious fight against Colombia today.

After dropping the first set by a large margin, they seemed to have the momentum to take the second and third sets.

However, after dropping the fourth set, they collapsed in the fifth and final set.

Korea gave up back-to-back points at 7-9 in the fifth set and lost two more points at 8-12 due to a reception error by Kang So-hwi (GS Caltex) and an attack error by Lee Sun-woo (Jung Kwan-jang).

Kang So-hwi led the offense with 13 points and Park Jung-ah (Pepper Savings Bank) added 13 points, but it came to nothing.

The national team will look for its first win of the tournament against Thailand at 9:30 p.m. on Nov. 23. 카지노사이트

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