Exercise immersion from the age of 50… 1st place in the Sahara Desert and 1999 Gangwon-do competition
“If you act with strong conviction, it will come true”… Compare yourself to a ‘bumble bee’
A Malaysian player who overcame the age of 86 and demonstrated his old age at the ‘2023 Jeonbuk Asia-Pacific Masters Competition’, a festival for international athletes, is becoming a hot topic.
According to the organizers of the tournament on the 18th, Yee Sze Mun, a Malaysian national, showed off her strong stamina even at the age of 86 and competed in four track and field events and swimming.
And he won three gold medals (800m · 1500m in athletics, 200m breaststroke in swimming) and one bronze medal (100m in athletics) around his neck.
Although Moon is 152 cm tall and has a small physique, the Organizing Committee reported that Moon was the first person to be inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Ironman Championship in Malaysia.
At the age of 48, he was shocked by the doctor’s warning that “if you want to live even to the age of 60, you must get up from the couch and be active”, and started working out at the age of 50.
Since then, he has become more active than anyone else, competing in various international triathlons and reaching the finals 16 times.스포츠토토
At the age of 75, he covered 242 kilometers in the Sahara in six days.
Mr. Moon participated in the 8th Asian Triathlon Championships held in Sokcho, Gangwon-do in July 1999 at the age of 62 and won first place, and said he has good memories of Korea.
Accordingly, he continued his happy challenge by participating in this tournament held in Jeonbuk.
Mr. Moon compared himself to a bumble bee in his book ‘The bumble bee in me, living with the dream of an iron man’, emphasizing the greatness of his beliefs.
He wrote in his book, “Bumble bees, which fly 1,600 km a week, have small wings compared to their bodies and have a body structure that makes it impossible to float in the air, let alone fly. gone,” he wrote.
It is a content that emphasizes strong belief in oneself and hard work.
Mr. Moon said this to those around him after participating in the Jeonbuk Asia-Pacific Masters.
“If there is something you want to do, draw a picture in your mind and act as if it has already been done. Then it will definitely come true.”