Olympics raises “View Kunlawut” the world champion from Thailand. Worth watching in the Asian Games


The official website of the International Olympic Committee “IOC” has named “View” Kulwut Vitidsarn, a young and energetic badminton player from Thailand, as one of the 10 athletes to watch out for in the Asian Games in Hangzhou.

Before the Asian Sports Festival It was about to explode in Hangzhou. People’s Republic of China on September 23, IOC website or the International Olympic Committee has followed the situation and raised one Thai athlete, “View” Kulwut Wititsan, a 22-year-old male shuttler, as one of the 10 athletes worth watching in this competition.

By “View Kulwut comes to compete in the Asian Games this time with a bold form. The number 4 Thai shuttler in the world has had outstanding performance over the past 18 months. Including the most recent world championship win.”

“The latest world champion, aged 22 from Thailand, has mostly competed at the International Challenge level until 2019 and has been a player with impressive form since his youth. By winning the World Youth Championship three times in a row between 2017 and 2019, but having trouble reaching the senior division during the recent COVID-19 outbreak.”

“After finishing second in the World Tour Finals behind Victor Aselsen in 2021, he rose quickly. Especially 2022 is considered a golden year for Kunlawut. Both won the World Tour Super 300 German Open championship in March, followed by the SEA Games championship in Vietnam in May. Before winning 2 world tour championships this year, the latest was the past world championship title.”

As for other athletes that the IOC recommends to be worth watching in the Hangzhou Games, there are Hwang Seon-woo (South Korea – swimming), IK Rikako (Japan – swimming *used to have leukemia), Kusaki Hinano (Japanese-skateboard, 15 years old), Sun Yingsha (China, table tennis, women’s singles champion at the Olympics) are also included.



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