Military shooter Cho Sun-ah: “If I win a gold medal, I want recognition and compensation leave.”
Bae Sang-hee, who developed his skills in the business department, said, “The goal is, of course, the gold medal.”
“If I win a gold medal… I want to receive commendation and compensation vacation,” said Cho Sun-ah (executive director), who is competing in the trap event at the Hangzhou Asian Games,
when meeting reporters at the national shooting media day held at the Changwon International Shooting Range in Gyeongsangnam-do on the 5th.
Cho Sun-ah is an active-duty soldier who entered the training center in January 2019 and was commissioned in May of the same year.
Its Cho Sun-ah, who is scheduled to be promoted to sergeant at the end of this year, said, “I liked the job of being a soldier even before I started shooting, after shooting a gun, I started dreaming of becoming a soldier.”
She added, “There was also a senior management team, so I wanted to join.” 카지노사이트원
Cho Seon-ah expressed that his skills have ‘become stronger’ since joining his managing director.
This is because, due to the nature of being inside a unit, the environment is well-equipped so that one can focus only on training.
Player support is also solid.
Cho Sun-ah said, “In Sangmu, we can use live ammunition as leisurely as the business team,” and added,
“Other business team players share a shooting range, but Sangmu players use the Mungyeong Shooting Range in Gyeongbuk as ‘our own shooting range,’
so they not only have shooting records but also good mindset.
“It seems to be getting better,” he said.
Although he mainly focuses on exercising, he does not miss out on his work as a soldier.
Cho Seon-ah explained, “We do not do all-night guard duty like other units, but we attend all on-duty duty and monthly training, we also attend training held by front-line units.”
Cho Seon-ah, who went on a night march last winter carrying a 30kg military uniform and regularly trains to shoot a K2 rifle, said with an embarrassed smile, “As a shotgun shooter, rifles don’t suit me well.”
It was Cho Sun-ah, who achieved both her dreams of being a soldier and a shooting athlete, said, “I want to continue my military service as an ordinary soldier even after I finish my career as an athlete.”
The shooting trap event involves hitting a disc flying forward with a shotgun.
Cho Sun-ah explained, “The charm of trap is the tension that comes from an unpredictable situation
where you don’t know whether the disc will fly forward to the left or forward to the right.”
He continued, “Trap is not something you should think about too much.
As the name ‘trap’ suggests, if you think too much, it seems like trapping is a sport in which you end up getting caught in the trap of those thoughts.
Rather, there are times when you are completely immersed and instinctively shoot.
“The record is good,” he added.
Cho Sun-ah said that although she is excited about the Asian Games, which is about three weeks away, the pressure is greater.
Cho Sun-ah, who expressed concern that “in the team event, unfortunately,
may be frustrated on the brink of a medal because of me,” said, “It’s good if we all shoot well, but if we make a mistake, we can’t help but feel very sorry.”
Cho Sun-ah said, “There is no special preparation for the Asian Games.
I think that if I do something more just because it is a big competition, it may be difficult for me.”
She said, “I will think of it as a regular match and prepare by training hard as usual.”
He smiled brightly and said, “If I win a gold medal at the Asian Games,
I want to receive recognition and compensation vacation.”
‘Sergeant’ Bae Sang-hee is also an active-duty soldier who joined Sangmu 10 years ago.
This is because the facilities for shooting athletes are fully equipped and the fact that they can learn professionally
from high-quality managers and coaches is an advantage.
Bae Sang-hee said, “After joining Sangmu, his record improved significantly,” “After focusing on training at Sangmu for about four years,
he began to be selected for the national team.”
The three rifle positions are shooting while standing in a stationary position,
kneeling and kneeling, and lying on one’s stomach and shooting 20 rounds each to score points.
Bae Sang-hee said, “The charm of the three rifle positions is that your score fluctuates depending on your posture.”
He added, “Your biological rhythm may change slightly depending on the time,
but now I am confident about joining the company and copying.”
Bae Sang-hee, who placed 6th in the finals of the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games,
confidently said, “As I have more experience in international competitions than before,
I am naturally aiming for a gold medal in this competition.”