Asian Games: Quadruple-double day for South Korea

September 23, 2014

Kim Jae-bum, Jung Jin-sun, Lee Ra-jin, Hwang Young-shik all win second gold medal

South korea's Kim Jae-bum celebrates his victory over Kazakhstan's Aziz Kalkamanuly during the men's Judo team contest for gold medal at the 17th Asian Games Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014 in Incheon, South Korea. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)

South korea’s Kim Jae-bum celebrates his victory over Kazakhstan’s Aziz Kalkamanuly during the men’s Judo team contest for gold medal at the 17th Asian Games Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014 in Incheon, South Korea. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)

On the fourth day of the Incheon Asian Games, four South Korean athletes became double gold medal winners.

Judo’s Kim Jae-bum, the winner of the men’s 81㎏ weight class, was the first to wear two gold medals around his neck on Tuesday, thanks to the first-ever team competition in Judo.

South Korea defeated Kazakhstan 4-1 in the final to win the team gold, and that made Kim the first-ever double gold medalist in Judo.

In fencing, Jung Jin-sun and Lee Ra-jin each earned the team gold, in addition to their individual gold, as the South Korean Men’s epee team and the women’s sabre team both proved their dominance once again.

In equestrian, Hwang Young-shik became South Korea’s first two-time double gold medal winner.

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