Im Dong-Hyun - Quotes

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Archery requires very sensitive muscles. ---->>>

Archery is not a sport for everyone. The equipment costs a lot, and it is not easy for everyone to find a place to play. It is perhaps similar to golf, but of course there are more golf courses than archery fields.

Archery is not a sport for everyone. The equipment costs a lot, and it is not easy for everyone to find a place to play. It is perhaps similar to golf, but of course there are more golf courses than archery fields.

If I couldn't see the colors, now that would be a problem. ---->>>

When I look down the range at the target all I can do is try to distinguish between the different colors. ---->>>

I used to play football at school, and I enjoyed really physical sports, but I now try to avoid any sports that might build up different muscles. That might have a negative impact on my archery. ---->>>

For me, seeing the target and not seeing the target doesn't make any difference. ---->>>

I had a strong desire to become an archer from the very first time I tried it. I forgot my other ambitions. I just wanted to compete in the Olympics. ---->>>

I try not to push myself too hard, but I also need to perform and earn the results. ---->>>

I've had some surgery and shoulder problems. ---->>>

Biography

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Nationality: South Korea
Born: 05-12, 1986
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Occupation: Athlete
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Im Dong-Hyun (Korean: 임동현; Korean pronunciation: [im.doŋ.ɦjʌn]; born 12 May 1986) is a South Korean archer. He competes for the South Korean national team and is a former world number one. He has 20/200 vision in his left eye and 20/100 vision in his right eye, meaning he needs to be 10 times closer to see objects clearly with his left eye, compared to someone with perfect vision (wikipedia)