LEE Hyejin

23 Jan 1992
29
Female
1.65/5'4''

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
CTR Cycling Track Women's Sprint 21
Women's Keirin 19

Schedule

Change
Start Time Location Event Status
Izu Velodrome
Finished
Izu Velodrome
Finished
Izu Velodrome
Finished
Izu Velodrome
Finished
Izu Velodrome
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights

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Olympic Games
YearLocationSprintKeirinTeam Sprint
2016Rio de Janeiro, BRA-8-
2012London, GBR13169

World Championships
YearLocationSprintKeirinTeam Sprint
2020Berlin, GER-213
2019Pruszkow, POL22911
2018Apeldoorn, NED20812
2017Hong Kong, CHN161210
2016London, GBR-6-
2015Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, FRA-9-
2012Melbourne, VIC, AUS10-13

Asian Games
YearLocationSprintKeirinTeam Sprint
2018Indonesia223

Asian Championships
YearLocationSprintKeirinTeam Sprint
2020Republic of Korea-32
2019Jakarta, INA362
2018Nilai, MAS322
2017New Delhi, IND321

World Cup (Ranking)
RankEventYear
2Keirin2019/2020
6Sprint2017/2018
6Keirin2017/2018
14Keirin2016/2017
19Keirin2018/2019
20Sprint2018/2019
33Sprint2016/2017

World Cup
YearLocationSprintKeirinTeam Sprint
2019/2020Brisbane, QLD, AUS--11
2019/2020Cambridge, NZL-110
2019/2020Hong Kong, CHN-111
2019/2020Glasgow, GBR-1312
2019/2020Minsk, BLR-211
2018/2019Hong Kong, CHN2137
2018/2019London, GBR14612
2018/2019Berlin, GER20811
2017/2018Minsk, BLR923
2017/2018Santiago, CHI373
2017/2018Milton, ON, CAN573
2016/2017Los Angeles, CA, USADNS93
2016/2017Cali, COL14109


Legend
IP - Individual Pursuit, TP - Team Pursuit, DNF - Did Not Finish, DNS - Did Not Start, DSQ - Disqualified
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Photography. (thebike.co.kr, 27 May 2020)
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Athlete
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Physical Education - University of Suwon, Republic of Korea
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English, Korean
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Busan Spo1 Corporation [Republic of Korea]
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Eom Yeong-Seop [club], KOR: Eum In-Young [national], KOR
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She began riding bikes at age nine. She took up the sport competitively in 2004 while she was in grade seven at Taepyung Middle School in Seongnam, Republic of Korea. (seoul.co.kr, 06 Mar 2020; news.joins.com, 03 Dec 2019; koreadaily.com, 18 Aug 2010)
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She was encouraged to take up the sport by coach Baek Seung-Yi. (koreajoongangdaily.joins.com, 10 Mar 2020; seoul.co.kr, 06 Mar 2020)
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To win gold at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (seoul.co.kr, 06 Mar 2020)
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Her training sessions last for up to six hours a day. (seoul.co.kr, 06 Mar 2020)
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Coach Andy Sparks. (seoul.co.kr, 06 Mar 2020)
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She was given the Best Player Award at the 2020 Women's Sports Awards in the Republic of Korea. (mbn.co.kr, 15 Dec 2020)

She was named Best Female Cyclist by the Korea Cycling Federation in 2010, 2013, 2014, and 2017. (joongboo.com, 31 Jan 2018; bike.moneyweek.co.kr, 02 Feb 2016; yonhapnews.co.kr, 23 Jan 2014; nocutnews.co.kr, 20 Jan 2011)

In 2010 she was given an Encouragement Award by the Korean Sport and Olympic Committee. (yonchon.org, 24 Feb 2011)

She received an Excellence Award at the 2010 Gyeonggi-do Athletics Awards in the Republic of Korea. (anewsa.com, 24 Dec 2010)
Legend
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Gold Medal Event
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Silver Medal Event
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Bronze Medal Event
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