Yang Se-young

Yang Se-young[1] (born May 23, 1977) is a South Korean male curler and curling coach.[2]

Yang Se-young
 
Born (1977-05-23) May 23, 1977 (age 44)
Team
Curling clubGangwon Docheong, Chuncheon
Career
Member Association South Korea
World Championship
appearances
1 (2007)
Pacific-Asia Championship
appearances
3 (2004, 2005, 2006)
Other appearancesAsian Winter Games: 1 (2007)

At the international level, he is a 2006 Pacific-Asia silver medallist and 2007 Asian Winter Games champion curler.

TeamsEdit

Season Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Coach Events
2004–05 Beak Jong-chul Lee Jae-ho Yang Se-young Park Kwon-il Kwon Young-il Jim Ursel,
Chung Young Sup
PCC 2004 (5th)
2005–06 Beak Jong-chul Lee Jae-ho Yang Se-young Kwon Young-il Park Kwon-il Yoo Kun Jick PCC 2005 (6th)
2006–07 Lee Jae-ho Beak Jong-chul Yang Se-young Park Kwon-il Kwon Young-il Yoo Kun Jick PCC 2006  
Lee Jae-ho Beak Jong-chul Yang Se-young Kwon Young-il Park Kwon-il Kang Yang-Won (AWG),
Yoo Kun Jick (AWG)
Bradley Burton (WCC)
AWG 2007  
WCC 2007 (12th)

Record as a coach of national teamsEdit

Year Tournament, event National team Place
2004 2004 World Wheelchair Curling Championship   South Korea (wheelchair)
11
2010 2010 Winter Paralympics   South Korea (wheelchair)
 
2013 2013 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships   South Korea (men)
 
2013 2013 Winter Olympics Qualification event   South Korea (men)
4
2014 2014 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships   South Korea (men)
 
2015 2015 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships   South Korea (men)
 
2016 2016 World Men's Curling Championship   South Korea (men)
11
2016 2016 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships   South Korea (men)
 
2017 2017 Asian Winter Games   South Korea (men)
 

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Other writings: Se-young Yang, Yang Se Young, Se Young Yang, Yang Seyoung, Seyoung Yang.
  2. ^ Yang Se-young on the World Curling Federation database  

External linksEdit