World Champion Korean swimmer in London Olympics, 2012

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South Korea’s Olympic and world champion Park Tae-Hwan gestures after he competed in the men’s 400m freestyle heats swimming event at the London 2012 Olympic Games in London. (AFP Photo)
“I don’t know why I was disqualified, I will have to speak to my coach,” said Park, the first male swimmer to win four individual medals at an Asian Games in a single stroke, after the pool.
Park Tae-hwan (born September 27, 1989) is a South Korean swimmer. He is a member of the South Korean national swimming team, based in Taereung, Seoul. He won a gold medal in the 400 meter freestyle and a silver in the 200 meter freestyle events at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

South Korea’s Olympic and world champion Park Tae-Hwan gestures after he competed in the men’s 400m freestyle heats swimming event at the London 2012 Olympic Games in London. (AFP Photo)
“I don’t know why I was disqualified, I will have to speak to my coach,” said Park, the first male swimmer to win four individual medals at an Asian Games in a single stroke, after the pool.
Park Tae-hwan (born September 27, 1989) is a South Korean swimmer. He is a member of the South Korean national swimming team, based in Taereung, Seoul. He won a gold medal in the 400 meter freestyle and a silver in the 200 meter freestyle events at the 2008 Summer Olympics. He is the first Asian swimmer to win a gold medal in Men’s 400 metre freestyle event, and the first Korean to win a medal in swimming.
It was really surprising!



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