Dynamic MapReport

World News   East Asia   Korea   South Korea   Sports (39)
South Korea, Sports Timeline Wednesday, December 13 Bookmark and Share     Author
Search World News Atlas:
  Blind archer breaks Olympics' first world record  London: Legally blind South Korean Im Dong-hyun set the first world records of the London Olympics, breaking his own record in the 72-arrow mark Three climbers die on Mt Everest. Nepal Qatar's Al Sadd wins Asian title Vettel dominates in Korea Bolt leads Jamaica to new relay record Bolt storms to 200m gold in Daegu Bolt is disqualified in final   Defending champion Usain Bolt was disqualified for a false start in the men's 100m final at the world athletics championships in Daegu S. Korean to host 2018 Winter Olympics   The International Olympic Committee chose Pyeongchang to host the 2018 Winter Games. The other bid cities were Munich and Annecy Westwood edges Jimenez for 2nd straight   Uruguay advances over South Korea    South Africa: Uruguay is headed to the World Cup quarterfinals for the first time in 40 years after beating South Korea 2-1   Uruguay 2-1 South Korea    South Africa: Striker Luis Suarez scored a spectacular winner to earn Uruguay a place in the World Cup quarters-finals Korea's Kim skates to gold  Vancouver: Kim Yu-Na skated a flawless free skate to handily claim Olympic gold in the figure skating finals and earn the first figure skating medal for... Tight security at Seoul torch relay  Protesters promised to put police to the test as the Olympic torch began the 17th leg of its relay in South Korea's capital   UN chief to miss Olympics opening  Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will not attend the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics due to 'schedule issues'   Turkey tops Korea 3-2 for third place  Hakan Sukur hit the fastest goal in World Cup finals history after 11 seconds Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final
World News (12) World Sports (826) East Asia (1079) Korea (255) South Korea (217) Disasters (92) Politics (147) Crime (68) Business (62) War & Army (117) Sports (39)
Golf (4) Olympics (7) Soccer (Football) (20) Soccer (Football) National Team (22) Motor Sports (3) Sports Record (1) Track & Field (3)
2016 (1) 2015 (1) 2014 (5) 2013 (2) 2012 (5) 2011 (7) 2010 (3) 2008 (2) 2002 (12) 2001 (1)
Ban Ki moon (1)
South Korea Sports on Wikipedia South Korea Sports on Web
Chart
Asian Games (6)   2012 Summer Olympics (98)   Disqualified (6)   London Olympics (63)   Semi-final (19)

Soccer (Football) Main Event: North Koreans ...
South Korea on Google Map

B. 2016-03-12 Google's AlphaGo beats Go master Lee Se-dol Seoul, South Korea
C. 2015-07-22 Golfer loses S Korea military service appeal Daegu, South Korea
2014-10-03 North Koreans make surprise visit to South Incheon, South Korea
4. 2014-06-26 South Korea 0-1 Belgium Sao Paulo
5. 2014-06-22 Algeria downs South Korea in goal-filled match PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil
6. 2014-06-17 Russia 1-1 South Korea CUIABA, Amazon
H. 2014-02-22 S. Korea lodges Olympic figure skating protest Sochi
I. 2013-10-06 Tire fears as Vettel wins Yeongam, South Korea
9. 2013-06-18 Iran, South Korea and Australia qualify for World Cup Ulsan, South Korea

Legend  
 Soccer (Football)

  South Korea 0-1 Belgium  Sao Paulo: Ten-man Belgium beat South Korea to top their World Cup group and set up a last-16 tie against the United States   Algeria downs South Korea in goal-filled match    Brazil: First half strikes by Islam Slimani and Rafik Halliche helped Algeria to beat South Korea 4-2 on Sunday   Russia 1-1 South Korea   Amazon: Former England coach Fabio Capello saw his Russia side come from behind to draw with South Korea in Group H thanks to a goal by Aleksandr Ke... S. Korea lodges Olympic figure skating protest  Sochi: The South Korean Olympic Committee has protested the results of the women's figure skating competition Tire fears as Vettel wins Iran, South Korea and Australia qualify for World Cup Vettel takes F1 championship lead Jiyai Shin wins Women's British Open by 9 shots. Northern England   Olympic badminton players disqualified
Google's AlphaGo beats Go master Lee Se-dol   A computer program has beaten Lee Se-dol 3-0 in a best-of-five competition, in what is seen as a landmark moment for artificial intelligence Golfer loses S Korea military service appeal   2-time PGA Tour winner Bae Sang-moon has lost his attempt to delay his military service. Bae is currently ranked 107 globally North Koreans make surprise visit to South Map of Incheon South Korea


year 2016 Top ^

Mar.12


year 2015 Top ^

Jul.22


year 2014 Top ^

Oct.3
  3 senior North officials are in South Korea for the closing ceremony of the Asian Games - a visit seen as a rare opportunity for high-level talks
Jun.26  
Jun.22  
Jun.17  
Feb.22


year 2013 Top ^

Oct.6
Jun.18


year 2012 Top ^

Oct.14
Sep.16
Aug.1
  London: 8 players have been disqualified from the women's doubles competition after being accused of 'not using one's best efforts to win'. Two pairs from S. Korea

Jul.27
May.21


year 2011 Top ^

Nov.5
Oct.16
Sep.4
Sep.3
Aug.28  
Jul.6
May.1


year 2010 Top ^

Jun.26  
 
Feb.25


year 2008 Top ^

Apr.26
Apr.10


year 2002 Top ^

Jun.29  
Jun.25  
  Second-half strike by Ballack condemned Hiddink's men to defeat. 7m Koreans watched their heroes make their exit
Jun.22   Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals  The co-hosts won it 5-3 after the match finished goalless after 120 minutes to become the first Asian team to reach the last 4 Jun.21   Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal  Midfielder Michael Ballack scored on a header. Americans proved they are no longer the pushovers of U.S. teams past Jun.18     South Korea beat Italy
  Ahn Jung-hwan headed a golden goal winner to put co-hosts into the quarter-finals of the World Cup
Jun.17   US 2-0 over Mexico, reach quarterfinals  Brian McBride and Landon Donovan scored on counterattacks. Bush calls Arena before Mexico clash. Jun.16 Spain win 3-2 on penalties over Ireland Jun.14 U.S. advances despite defeat by Poland Co-host sends home nine-man Portugal Jun.11 Denmark 2-0 France Jun.4 South Korea 2-0 Poland May.31     France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening
  Senegal was playing their first ever match in the World Cup finals. Pape Bouba Diop's goal on 30 minutes handed victory


year 2001 Top ^

Dec.1 World Cup draw



    
    

Add a favorite (file a bookmark) to South Korea, Sports Timeline

Please send feedback to: support@mapreport.com

Advertise on South Korea, Sports Page

XML



Bolt leads Jamaica to new relay record Bolt storms to 200m gold in Daegu Bolt is disqualified in final   Defending champion Usain Bolt was disqualified for a false start in the men's 100m final at the world athletics championships in Daegu   South Korea 0-1 Belgium  Sao Paulo: Ten-man Belgium beat South Korea to top their World Cup group and set up a last-16 tie against the United States   Algeria downs South Korea in goal-filled match    Brazil: First half strikes by Islam Slimani and Rafik Halliche helped Algeria to beat South Korea 4-2 on Sunday   Russia 1-1 South Korea   Amazon: Former England coach Fabio Capello saw his Russia side come from behind to draw with South Korea in Group H thanks to a goal by Aleksandr Ke... Iran, South Korea and Australia qualify for World Cup Qatar's Al Sadd wins Asian title   Uruguay advances over South Korea    South Africa: Uruguay is headed to the World Cup quarterfinals for the first time in 40 years after beating South Korea 2-1   Uruguay 2-1 South Korea    South Africa: Striker Luis Suarez scored a spectacular winner to earn Uruguay a place in the World Cup quarters-finals   Turkey tops Korea 3-2 for third place  Hakan Sukur hit the fastest goal in World Cup finals history after 11 seconds Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final




South Korea, Sports Track & Field Timeline ... See World Track & Field timeline Top ^
2011
Sep.4
Sep.3
Aug.28




South Korea, Sports Soccer (Football) Timeline ... See World Soccer (Football) timeline Top ^
2014
Jun.26
Jun.22
Jun.17
2013
Jun.18
2011
Nov.5
2010
Jun.26
Jun.26
2002
Jun.29
Jun.25
  Second-half strike by Ballack condemned Hiddink's men to defeat. 7m Koreans watched their heroes make their exit
Jun.22 Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals
  The co-hosts won it 5-3 after the match finished goalless after 120 minutes to become the first Asian team to reach the last 4 Jun.21 Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal  Midfielder Michael Ballack scored on a header. Americans proved they are no longer the pushovers of U.S. teams past Jun.18   South Korea beat Italy
  Ahn Jung-hwan headed a golden goal winner to put co-hosts into the quarter-finals of the World Cup
Jun.17 US 2-0 over Mexico, reach quarterfinals  Brian McBride and Landon Donovan scored on counterattacks. Bush calls Arena before Mexico clash. Jun.16 Spain win 3-2 on penalties over Ireland Jun.14 U.S. advances despite defeat by Poland Jun.14 Co-host sends home nine-man Portugal Jun.11 Denmark 2-0 France Jun.4 South Korea 2-0 Poland May.31   France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening
  Senegal was playing their first ever match in the World Cup finals. Pape Bouba Diop's goal on 30 minutes handed victory
2001 Dec.1 World Cup draw



South Korea, Sports Golf Timeline ... See World Golf timeline Top ^
2015 Jul.22 Golfer loses S Korea military service appeal   2-time PGA Tour winner Bae Sang-moon has lost his attempt to delay his military service. Bae is currently ranked 107 globally 2012 Sep.16 Jiyai Shin wins Women's British Open by 9 shots
. Northern England May.21 Three climbers die on Mt Everest. Nepal 2011 May.1 Westwood edges Jimenez for 2nd straight



South Korea, Sports Motor Sports Timeline ... See World Motor Sports timeline Top ^
2013 Oct.6 Tire fears as Vettel wins
2012 Oct.14 Vettel takes F1 championship lead 2011 Oct.16 Vettel dominates in Korea



South Korea, Sports Olympics Timeline ... See World Olympics timeline Top ^
2014 Oct.3 North Koreans make surprise visit to South
Map of Incheon South Korea
  3 senior North officials are in South Korea for the closing ceremony of the Asian Games - a visit seen as a rare opportunity for high-level talks
Feb.22 S. Korea lodges Olympic figure skating protest  Sochi: The South Korean Olympic Committee has protested the results of the women's figure skating competition 2012 Aug.1   Olympic badminton players disqualified
  London: 8 players have been disqualified from the women's doubles competition after being accused of 'not using one's best efforts to win'. Two pairs from S. Korea
2011 Jul.6 S. Korean to host 2018 Winter Olympics   The International Olympic Committee chose Pyeongchang to host the 2018 Winter Games. The other bid cities were Munich and Annecy 2010 Feb.25 Korea's Kim skates to gold  Vancouver: Kim Yu-Na skated a flawless free skate to handily claim Olympic gold in the figure skating finals and earn the first figure skating medal for... 2008 Apr.26 Tight security at Seoul torch relay  Protesters promised to put police to the test as the Olympic torch began the 17th leg of its relay in South Korea's capital Apr.10   UN chief to miss Olympics opening  Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will not attend the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics due to 'schedule issues'



South Korea, Sports Sports Record Timeline ... See World Sports Record timeline Top ^
2012 Jul.27   Blind archer breaks Olympics' first world record  London: Legally blind South Korean Im Dong-hyun set the first world records of the London Olympics, breaking his own record in the 72-arrow mark