Results For Day 3 Of “2022 Idol Star Athletics Championships – Chuseok Special”
MBC’s “2022 Idol Star Athletics Championships – Chuseok Special” (ISAC) closed out its exciting competition with Day 3 on September 12!
During the final episode of the three-day special broadcast, idols competed in track, archery, and futsal.
60m Track – Girls
With a time of 9.55 seconds, Cherry Bullet’s May came out on top to win the gold medal, with her fellow member Jiwon coming in second and Na Go Eun coming in third.
60m Track – Boys
Wooyoung won the gold medal after completing the race in just 7.64 seconds. Taking silver was DKB’s D1 and bronze went to CIX’s Seunghoon.
400m Relay – Girls
Although they came in first in the preliminary round, Kep1er was unfortunately disqualified, leaving Brave Girls, NMIXX, Weeekly, and Rocket Punch to compete in the relay final.
Ultimately, Weeekly snagged the team gold medal, followed by Rocket Punch and NMIXX.
400m Relay – Boys
In the boys relay final, DKZ, VERIVERY, ATEEZ, and P1Harmony raced against one another.
Once ATEEZ’s first runner Wooyoung created significant distance from his competitors, ATEEZ maintained their speed to come out victorious! On top of his individual track medal, ATEEZ’s Wooyoung was also able to add a team medal to his collection.
Archery – Girls
The final round was between Brave Girls and the soloists, with Jo Yu Ri of the latter team coming out strong with a 10 for her first arrow. Brave Girls’ Yuna then responded with her own 10, followed by an impressive performance from her teammate Eunji. Last up for Brave Girls was Minyoung, who led her team to their very first ISAC gold medal after scoring a 10 with a near-perfect shot.
Futsal – Boys
For the first time in six years, ISAC welcomed back the futsal event.
The green team’s starting lineup included WOODZ (Cho Seung Youn), Jeong Sewoon, ONEUS’ Seoho, YOUNITE’s Hyunseung, and goalkeeper CIX’s Seunghoon while the white team’s starting lineup had Kim Jae Hwan, Ha Sung Woon, DKB’s D1, KINGDOM’s Louis, and TAN’s Taehoon.
Initially, green team carried the game but white team’s goalkeeping kept up well. Eventually, D1, Kim Jae Hwan, and WOODZ were able to score to put white team up 4-1 after the first half.
The game finished with team white on top, winning 10-4 and Kim Jae Hwan being chosen as the MVP.
Combining all wins over the three days of competition at the “2022 Idol Star Athletics Championships,” team white won 8 to 2 against team green!
Watch all three full episodes of the “2022 Idol Star Athletics Championships” with English subtitles below!