Lin Xiaojun (27, Korean name Lim Hyo-jun), a short-track athlete who was naturalized as a Chinese citizen, set foot on Korean soil after two years.

After arriving at Incheon International Airport with his Chinese teammates on the 4th, Lin Xiaojun briefly expressed his feelings, saying, “I think this tournament is the same as other tournaments,” and “I will prepare well as I prepare for other tournaments.” 온라인바카라

Xiaojun Lin entered Korea with her teammates from the Chinese national team to compete at the 2023 International Skating Union (ISU) Short Track World Championships, which will be held at the Mokdong Ice Rink in Seoul from the 10th.

It has been two years since Lin Xiaojun officially set foot on Korean soil in 2021, when he left for China. He was naturalized in 2020 and left for China the following year.

On this day, dozens of Chinese and Korean ice skating fans gathered at the arrival hall of Incheon International Airport. Fans sent messages of support to Lin Xiaojun and handed over prepared gifts.

Xiaojun Lin, who won the gold medal at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics as a signboard for the Korean short track speed skating team, was embroiled in a sexual harassment case in 2019 and suffered hardships. Although Lin Xiaojun was acquitted after a court battle, the one-year suspension from the Korea Skating Federation did not go away.

Eventually, he left Korea in 2020 and became a naturalized Chinese citizen. However, according to the Olympic Charter of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), ‘In order for an athlete to change nationality and compete in the Olympics, three years must pass after the international competition in which he participated in the previous nationality’, he was unable to participate in actual competitions for a long time, and it was not until this season I was able to play on the international stage wearing the Chinese national team uniform.

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