Athlete Profile - LIM Hyojun

LIM Hyojun
Birth Date:  29 May 1996
Age:  21
Gender:   Men
Height (cm):  168
Weight (Kg):  64


LIM Hyojun - Records
OR   Men's 1,500m
10 February, 2018   Men's 1,500m Final A
PyeongChang (KOR)   Mark: 2:10.485

LIM Hyojun - Schedule

Start Time Event Status
Sat, 10 Feb 19:12EST
Men's 1,500m Heat 4
Sat, 10 Feb 20:29EST
Men's 1,500m Semifinal 3
Sat, 10 Feb 21:26EST
Men's 1,500m Final A
Tue, 13 Feb 19:29EST
Men's 1,000m Heat 2
Tue, 13 Feb 20:40EST
Men's 5,000m Relay Heat 2
Sat, 17 Feb 19:44
Men's 1,000m Quarterfinal 1
Sat, 17 Feb 20:43
Men's 1,000m Semifinal 1
Sat, 17 Feb 21:24EST
Men's 1,000m Final A
Tue, 20 Feb 19:51EST
Men's 500m Heat 4
Thu, 22 Feb 21:00EST
Men's 5,000m Relay Final A


EST: Estimated Start Time
OR: Olympic Record

Biographical Information

Highlights Winter Youth Olympic Games
YearLocation500m1,000mRelay X
2012Innsbruck, AUT214

World Cup Rankings overview - All rankings from 2014/2015, top three for earlier seasons

World Cup overview - Best rank per season and event since 2014/2015
2017/20181 x 2nd1 x 1st1 x 1st1 x 1st

World Cup - Ten best performances in current season
12017/20181,000mBudapest, HUN
12017/20181,500mBudapest, HUN
12017/20185,000m RelaySeoul, KOR
22017/2018500mBudapest, HUN
42017/20185,000m RelayBudapest, HUN
62017/2018500mSeoul, KOR
72017/20181,500mSeoul, KOR
192017/20181,000mSeoul, KOR

DNF - Did Not Finish, DNS - Did Not Start, PEN - Penalty
Occupation Student
Education Physical Education - Korea National Sport University, Seoul, KOR
Languages spoken Korean
Coach Kim Sun-Tae [national], KOR (, 12 Jan 2018;, 11 Oct 2017)
Injuries He was affected by a back problem during the 2017/18 season and was unable to compete at the World Cup events in Dordrecht, Netherlands, and Shanghai, People's Republic of China. (, 03 Nov 2017;, 04 Oct 2017)

He injured his waist area and fractured his wrist at a competition while he was a high school student. He also tore ligaments and fractured his right ankle in high school. (, 01 Jan 2018;, 18 Sep 2016)

He fractured his right shinbone in year seven at middle school and was sidelined for 18 months. (, 01 Jan 2018)
Start He took up the sport in his second year of primary school. (, 01 Jan 2018)
Reason His parents wanted him to become a swimmer, but he was unable to pursue the sport after he injured his eardrum while playing with a cotton bud. His house was near an ice rink so he decided to join the skating team at primary school. (, 01 Jan 2018;, 11 Apr 2017)
Training He trains for four hours a day. (, 26 Dec 2017)
Hero Russian short track skater Victor An. (, 09 Jan 2018)
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