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In addition to Fassi, University of Arkansas golfers Alana Uriell and Regina Plasencia will compete in the tournament’s Monday qualifier event
The 10th annual Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G announced Freshman Maria Fassi as the recipient of its 2016 Sponsor’s Exemption as part of the annual Road to the #NWAChampionship partnership. With only one semester of college golf under her belt, Fassi earned the exemption with a 72.56 Scoring Average, making her the top ranked player on the Razorback Women’s Golf Team and the 15th ranked player in America. Alana Uriell and Regina Plasencia rounded out the season with the second and third best scoring averages, giving them the opportunity to play in the tournament’s Monday qualifier event.
“It will be an amazing experience playing with the top players in the world at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G, and I’m excited to learn from them,” said Fassi. “I am really thankful for this opportunity and look forward to making memories at the tournament.”
Fassi is the newest and youngest member of the Razorback golf team, joining the team in January. At the beginning of the semester, tournament officials and Razorback Golf Coach Shauna Estes-Taylor evaluated that Fassi would become eligible for the Road to the #NWAChampionship after she completed 16 rounds of competition and therefore becoming ranked on the official Golfstat player rankings.
The 18-year-old golfer hails from Pachuca, Mexico and joined the team in January 2016 after finishing high school last December. In her first collegiate tournament experience at just 17 years old, Fassi won the Lady Puerto Rico Classic shooting a low round 67 and three-round total 208. She has remained consistent all season carding four top-10 finishes in the first five events of her collegiate career. In 2015, Fassi won the Mexican Amateur and qualified to play in the U.S. Women’s Open.
“I couldn’t be more proud of each of these ladies for their hard work and performance on and off the course this spring,” Razorback Women’s Golf Coach Shauna Estes explains. “This is especially exciting for Maria with this being her freshman year and first semester of college golf. She has proven herself these past few months and I look forward to seeing her represent the University of Arkansas at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G.”
Razorback Sophomore Alana Uriell closed out the season with a 73.46 scoring average and Senior Regina Plasencia finished with an average of 73.93. Both golfers will compete in the tournament’s qualifier round on Monday, June 20 for a chance to claim each of the two final spots available in the official tournament field. Plasencia competed in the 2014 and 2015 tournament qualifier, while this is Uriell’s first year to compete.
This marks the second year of the Road to the #NWAChampionship partnership between the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G and the University of Arkansas Women’s Golf Team. The partnership guarantees one Razorback student-athlete a Sponsor’s Exemption into the tournament and two student-athletes the chance to Monday qualify for the full field LPGA event. Past exemptions have included Stacy Lewis, Emily Tubert and Gaby Lopez, who finished T29 at the 2015 event.
To find out more about the Road to #NWAChampionship or the LPGA tournament, please visit www.nwachampionship.com.
"Fight Song" singer, Rachel Platten will headline the 2016 Community Concert presented by Walmart!
Saturday, June 25 at the Walmart AMP
Tickets: $5 and $10
Growing up in Boston, Rachel Platten recalls harmonizing with her family to finely crafted pop songs – from Sam Cooke to The Beatles – that dominated her parents’ vinyl collection. As a teenager, Rachel gravitated towards, and began to become affected by, hip-hop and female singer-songwriters. “My CD collection was Tori Amos and Patti Griffin but then A Tribe Called Quest and Nas.” The commonality between the two seemingly different genres: confessional and vulnerable songwriting.
As a kid, Rachel dreamt about music as a career but never really thought it could happen in real life. “I grew up playing classical piano and I knew I could sing but I had no model to follow creatively. The idea of growing up to be an artist seemed impossible.” However, the electricity she felt on stage while studying abroad in college, performing in front of 80,000 at the International Soca Monarch Finals in Trinidad, inspired Rachel to start chasing what she once thought was an impossible dream.
After finishing college, Rachel immediately set out for New York City where she took up residence in the very apartment building on MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village where Bob Dylan once lived. Naturally, she found a band on Craigslist and started performing in clubs around the city. Those years consisted of paying dues through a mix of temping during the day and getting fired a lot, gigging until 4am, and lugging an 80-pound keyboard to her fifth floor walk-up night after night. Despite the struggle and the setbacks, Rachel loved being on stage, even if at times nobody was listening.
“I felt crazy sometimes that I still believed in myself when there were no signs that I should.” During this time, a conversation with her soon to be manager, Ben Singer, helped reignite her passion. “Ben helped me realize that I had to start my own fire and my songs would be the sparks.”
Rachel would find her first big spark with “Fight Song,” which took two years for the singer/songwriter to complete. She turned inward by telling her own story through the song. Turns out it was just the message people needed. “The reactions were honest, and intense. People have been sending me the most beautiful stories of how they refuse to give up,” she recalls. “Fight Song” is without a doubt the life-changing inspirational song of 2015, topping iTunes and radio charts, and selling more than 2 million downloads in the U.S. alone.
The fire that “Fight Song” ignited has connected not only with music fans but also Columbia Records. Rachel’s major label debut, “Wildfire,” will be released January 1st, 2016. The singer is touring the world, performing on countless television shows and being played on radio stations coast to coast. Rachel recently premiered the beautifully uplifting music video for her current single “Stand By You,” another emotionally empowering anthem from the songstress. But ask Rachel what she wants people to take away from her music and she says, “I’m in love with the idea of connecting people. Bringing people together is to me, the most important thing we can do in this life. I feel like that’s my mission with my music. I think that’s why I’m getting this chance right now.”
Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G
Over the last 10 years, the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G has become a premier stop on the LPGA Tour. June 20-26 the tournament will celebrate its 10th anniversary while 144 of the world’s best LPGA Professionals tee it up at Pinnacle Country Club. Players will vie for a $2,000,000 purse and a chance to be named Champion of the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G. Ticketholders can expect to see popular staples of the golf event return such as the Walmart Kids Center presented by Dove, Hallmark Autograph Alley and the Gatorade Loudest Hole on Tour (No. 17). To view a complete schedule of events for #NWAChampionship Week, click here.
General Admission Tickets:
Enjoy general grounds access to the #NWAChampionship! Kids 17 and under get in free with a ticketed adult. Military members and their families get in free with a valid military ID.
Daily tournament ticket: $10
Weekly tournament ticket: $25
Experience the #NWAChampionship like you never have before. The Club is an exclusive hospitality suite overlooking the 16th and 17th holes offering ticketholders an enhanced experience to watch the best female golfers in the world. Food and drinks included in ticket price.
Daily admission: $95
Weekly admission: $250
BITE NW Arkansas
The newly rebranded and expanded two-day food festival as part of #NWAChampionship Week returns June 23 & 24 to the Walmart AMP! Celebrating the region's best fares, ingredients, restaurants and chefs, BITE NW Arkansas aims to give attendees an unparalleled culinary experience in their own backyard.
Taste of NW Arkansas
Thursday, June 23
*tickets available at 10am CST March 1.
Mix, mingle and enjoy sample sized menu items prepared by restaurants from throughout the region at this grand tasting style event. Special guest chefs will host the evening, inclusive of cooking demonstrations and hands on interactions with guests. Click here to see a current list of participating restaurants.
Individual Ticket: $30
Couple’s Ticket (admits 2 people): $50
Youth Ticket (12-20 years of age): $20
Beer & Burger Fest
Friday, June 24
A traditional beer fest with a burger twist! Sample local and national brews paired with signature burgers prepared by select local restaurants. Click here to see a current list of participating breweries.
Individual Ticket: $30
Couple’s Ticket (admits 2 people): $50
Designated Driver Ticket (valid for food only): $15
*All ticket holders must be 21. IDs will be checked at the gates
5k @ the LPGA benefiting Mercy
The second annual 5k @ the LPGA benefiting Mercy will be held Saturday, June 25, starting and finishing at the Walmart AMP. The course winds through the streets of Pinnacle and down the famous Gatorade 17th hole, before exiting Pinnacle with a straight shot back to the Walmart AMP. After the race enjoy a free breakfast at the Walmart AMP. Find out more about the 5k by clicking here.
Early registration fee: $20
Rachel Platten Community Concert
Tickets to the Rachel Platten Community Concert presented by Walmart will be available at a later date. Please like us on Facebook to stay up to date with Community Concert news and announcements!
The #NWAChampionship could not happen without the 750+ dedicated volunteers it takes to help put on the event. Volunteer opportunities exist throughout tournament week in over 20 different Volunteer Committees. Click here to view a complete list of available committees. Registration cost includes two tournament polos, tournament hat or visor, Volunteer parking, meals on scheduled days, four weekly tournament tickets and commemorative volunteer pin.
$45 per person
10th edition of event will take place June 20-26 and promises to be the biggest yet, with a week-long schedule of events for the whole community, including the newly rebranded food festival—BITE NW Arkansas
The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G will return June 20 – 26 to Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers, Ark. for its 10th anniversary event. Along with the golf tournament, event organizers announce today a week-long lineup of auxiliary events and activities for the whole community, including a 5k, community concert, and an expanded and rebranded two-day food festival.
“Our event has grown significantly in all respects these past 10 years, and is now considered by the LPGA tour as one of the best golf and community events on tour,” stated Event Chairman Jay Allen. “We're proud of that, particularly on behalf of our volunteers and sponsors, and likewise proud of the contribution we're making to the overall quality of life in Northwest Arkansas.”
Pantene Beautiful Lengths, a community driven hair donation ceremony, will open up #NWAChampionship Week at the Walmart AMP. Six days later events will draw to a close as the 2016 Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G Champion is crowned on Sunday during the 18th green ceremony where the tournament also plans to honor the volunteers who have been involved all 10 years of the event’s history.
#NWAChampionship Week will see popular staples of the golf event return such as the Walmart Kids Center presented by Dove, Hallmark Autograph Alley and the Gatorade Loudest Hole on Tour (No. 17), in addition to a number of events outside of the golf course. In partnership with the Walton Arts Center, the Walmart AMP will once again be home to events aimed at the broader community such as a two-day food festival, the 5K @ the LPGA benefitting Mercy and a Rachel Platten community concert courtesy of Walmart.
#NWAChampionship Week’s two-day food festival debuted in 2015 and will return under the new name of BITE NW Arkansas. The food festival will once again include Taste of NW Arkansas, a grand tasting style event featuring local restaurants and chefs, and the Beer & Burger Fest which aims to feature the best local and national brews paired with select restaurants’ burger offerings.
Ticket sales for events associated with #NWAChampionship Week as well as Volunteer Registration will begin on March 1. Click here to view the complete 2016 Schedule of Events.
The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G and the University of Arkansas Women’s Golf Team have again partnered on the Road to #NWAChampionship, an program which guarantees one Razorback student athlete an opportunity to play in the LPGA event this summer in Rogers, Ark. In addition, two spots in the tournament’s qualifying event held Monday of tournament week will also be reserved for the Razorback Women’s Golf Team. The Road to #NWAChampionship seeks to give female college athletes the chance to experience a professional level event while still in full-time education and also make the University of Arkansas a more desirable college to prospective recruits. In 2015, Gaby Lopez received the sponsor’s exemption and finished T29., Samantha Marks qualified for the event through the Monday qualifier and missed the cut.
The partnership, which began in 2015, includes specific criteria set for players to qualify. The criteria for selection include team rankings and academic standing for the golfers. The top ranked University of Arkansas player based on the Golfstat Cup Rankings as of May 10 will be eligible for the sponsor’s exemption. The qualified player must write an official letter requesting invitation and be in good academic standing with the University. The second and third best stroke averages from the team’s competitive season will have an opportunity to Monday qualify for the official LPGA event.
The tournament has partnered with KNWA & Fox 24 to keep fans updated on the Road to #NWAChampionship. Viewers can tune into Razorback Nation to find out who is leading the quest to compete at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G, which will be held June 20—26 at Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers, Ark.
Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G officials announce today the return of Pantene Beautiful Lengths to LPGA week in Northwest Arkansas. The annual Pantene Beautiful Lengths hair donation ceremony is planned for Monday, June 20 at the Walmart AMP. This year will mark the 10th annual event and organizers hope to help more cancer patients than ever before by aiming to collect hair from 1,000 donors in a special challenge between now and the June 20 event.
“Our goal for this 10th year in NW Arkansas is to create the largest community driven hair donation in Pantene Beautiful Lengths history,” shared Mindy Sherwood, Vice President at Procter & Gamble. “Northwest Arkansas is well known for its philanthropic and community spirit and with that in mind, we are aiming to unify salons, schools, companies and organizations, volunteers and those who have been affected by cancer behind our goal. To do so, we invite girls, boys, women and men of all ages to join us as we make the kindest cut of all for those that suffer from cancer right here in Northwest Arkansas.”
The Pantene Beautiful Lengths program collects eight inches of untreated hair used to make real-hair wigs given free of charge to those suffering from cancer. The first hair cutting ceremony held in conjunction with the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G took place in 2007 and included 10 donors. Each year since, the LPGA event has held a donation ceremony and last summer over 320 donors participated at the Walmart AMP. Throughout the year, P&G also collects donations at its Fayetteville office but has never surpassed the goal set this year of 1,000 donors.
To reach this goal, organizers have planned a community initiative encouraging hair salons and schools to get involved. Local salons are invited to become partner salons of the Pantene Beautiful Lengths program by recruiting hair donors to participate during their regular haircut appointments. Donors can cut their ponytails during their visit to a participating salon and have the salon mail them to Pantene Beautiful Lengths (1303 E. Joyce Blvd., Fayetteville, AR 72703) to be part of the 1,000 donor drive. Salons that recruit at least 10 donors will be recognized through a comprehensive marketing campaign as part of the initiative.
Stylists from partner salons will also be encouraged to donate their time at the 10th annual Pantene Beautiful Lengths event in June. In recognition of their contributions, event organizers have added an upgraded experience and complimentary ticket package for all stylists and hair donors, and plan to implement a comprehensive climate plan to maintain comfortable temperatures in the Walmart AMP.
In addition, hair cutting events will take place at participating local schools in each of the four major school districts during the week of May 9 – 13. Area schools volunteer to recruit students, teachers or family members to donate their hair during a cutting event typically held during an all-school assembly.
“Our local Pantene Beautiful Lengths event has seen tremendous success and growth over the last 10 years. We are proud that through this initiative enough hair has been collected to satisfy demand for wigs locally, meaning that a large amount of the donations stay right here in NW Arkansas,” said Jay Allen, tournament chairman. “This June we plan to welcome over 300 donors to the Walmart AMP cutting event, but our efforts will not stop there. In the months leading up to tournament week, we hope to rally the community of Northwest Arkansas to help us reach an unprecedented total of 1,000 donors by June 20.”
Through the 10th anniversary initiative, organizers hope to spread the message of the kindest cut of all to more than ever before. Individuals, businesses, salons and schools interested in getting involved can visit www.BeautifulLengthsNWA.com to find out more, or contact Natalie Wallace at Natalie.Wallace@octagon.com. Hair donations of over eight inches of untreated hair can be sent to Pantene Beautiful Lengths at 1303 E. Joyce Blvd., Fayetteville, AR 72703.
The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G was recognized by the LPGA’s Tournament Owners Association as having the best Overall Tournament Experience and best Player Engagement programs of the 2015 LPGA schedule. Octagon accepted 15 total awards for the three events managed by the company during the annual luncheon that honored excellence in event management and marketing across the entire LPGA schedule.
This is the first-time the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G has received the Overall Tournament Experience distinction. In addition to its top spots in Overall Tournament Experience and Player Engagement, the event received honorable mention for the Gold Driver – Dave Goff Series Award, which recognizes the entire body of work from a tournament and is considered the ultimate prize awarded by the LPGA and Tournament Owners Association (TOA).
“This is a stunning recognition of the work from the Octagon Events team in our Rogers office – combined with our other event offices nationwide – our team consistently creates and executes impeccable events that connect passionate fans with their sport, their players and their communities,” said Octagon Events Executive Vice President Chris Higgs. “These awards showcase our overall body of work across tournament experience, player engagement, marketing and sponsorship activation, and are a testament to our every experience matters philosophy.”
A complete list of 2015 Gold Driver Awards received by the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G is listed below.
2015 Gold Driver Awards
· Honorable Mention – Gold Driver – Dave Goff Series Award
· Gold – Overall Tournament Experience
· Gold – Player Engagement
· Silver – Sponsorship Activation
· Bronze - Internet Advertising
· Bronze – Marketing Sales Material
· Bronze – Pairings Spectator Guide
· Bronze – Program
Whenever the favorite club question comes up, Na Yeon Choi’s answer is always the same – the 8-iron. She proved why Sunday, jarring her approach from 145 yards from the 16th fairway for eagle to storm into the lead at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&G. It proved a lead she would never relinquish, winning by two shots for her second win of 2015 and ninth of her career.
“Yeah, I hit 3 wood and I hit 8 iron to the pin, was like 145. Then I hit controlled 8 iron,” Choi said. “I mean, when I hold the finish, I thought it’s going to be good, but I didn’t expect like it go in. I knew it was going to be good. That was a good shot and then I knew it’s going to be good.”
Choi approached her tee shot in the middle of the 16th fairway with Stacy Lewis holding a one-shot lead and heading towards a short birdie putt at the 17th. It looked like Lewis’ to be had for the second straight year, but Choi flipped the script completely with her eagle while Lewis missed her putt to give Choi a one-shot lead.
She needed only one more swing to close the door, nearly jarring her shot at the par-3 17th before tapping it in for a two-shot lead and an easy walk up the 18th. That shot into the 17th also came with an 8-iron.
Choi’s total of 15-under 198 came on a day where she struggled with the flat stick en route with 33 putts. But when she needed it the most, she found it, playing the last three holes in 3-under-par with two consecutive twos on the scorecard for a 2-under 69 Sunday.
“I mean, today, especially my putting didn’t really work and but still I tried to keep focus my shot and swing, and then I kept hitting well and then after 16 I, after I hit the second shot, I knew this is going to be good,” Choi said. “I felt really good, you know, feeling after the impact. So when I holed the finish, I thought it’s going to be good, but I didn’t expect like go in. So I was very happy after that shot, but like unfortunately I couldn’t see the ball going in. I just heard a lot of screaming around the green.”
Mika Miyazato finished as the runner-up at 13-under-par after Lewis bogeyed the 18th. Azahara Munoz (66), Lewis (68) and Anna Nordqvist (70) each tied for third at 12-under-par.
|Tee #1||9:20AM||Katie Burnett||Brunswick, GA||69-71||140||-2|
|Group #1||Jacqui Concolino||Orlando, FL||67-73||140||-2|
|Tee #1||9:29AM||Pernilla Lindberg||Bollnas Sweden||69-71||140||-2|
|Group #2||Danielle Kang||Oak Park CA||69-71||140||-2|
|Rebecca Lee-Bentham||Toronto, Canada||69-71||140||-2|
|Tee #1||9:41AM||Laetitia Beck||Caesarea, Israel||70-70||140||-2|
|Group #3||Ilhee Lee||Seoul South Korea||70-70||140||-2|
|Beatriz Recari||Pamplona, Spain||70-70||140||-2|
|Tee #1||9:53AM||Haeji Kang||South Korea||71-69||140||-2|
|Group #4||Karlin Beck||Montgomery, AL||70-70||140||-2|
|Amelia Lewis||Jacksonville FL||70-70||140||-2|
|Tee #1||10:05AM||Candie Kung||Allen, Texas||72-68||140||-2|
|Group #5||Sei Young Kim||Seoul||72-68||140||-2|
|Lee-Anne Pace||South Africa||72-68||140||-2|
|Tee #1||10:17AM||Lizette Salas||Azusa CA||65-74||139||-3|
|Group #6||Cydney Clanton||Rockwell, NC||74-66||140||-2|
|Jane Park||Rancho Cucamonga CA||73-67||140||-2|
|Tee #1||10:29AM||Sandra Changkija||Orlando, FL||68-71||139||-3|
|Group #7||Joanna Klatten||France||68-71||139||-3|
|Sandra Gal||Cologne, Germany||67-72||139||-3|
|Tee #1||10:41AM||Karine Icher||France||69-70||139||-3|
|Group #8||Thidapa Suwannapura||Thailand||69-70||139||-3|
|Min Lee||Taoyuan County, Taiwan||69-70||139||-3|
|Tee #1||10:53AM||Christina Kim||San Jose CA||70-69||139||-3|
|Group #9||Ji Young Oh||South Korea||70-69||139||-3|
|Tee #1||11:05AM||Tiffany Joh||San Diego CA||70-69||139||-3|
|Group #10||Xi Yu Lin||China||70-69||139||-3|
|Wei-Ling Hsu||Chinese Taipei||70-69||139||-3|
|Tee #1||11:17AM||Lydia Ko||New Zealand||70-69||139||-3|
|Group #11||Jessica Korda||Bradenton FL||70-69||139||-3|
|Cheyenne Woods||Phoenix, AZ||70-69||139||-3|
|Tee #1||11:29AM||Hee Young Park||South Korea||73-66||139||-3|
|Group #12||Lexi Thompson||Coral Springs, FL||71-68||139||-3|
|Tee #1||11:41AM||Eun-Hee Ji||South Korea||69-69||138||-4|
|Group #13||Min Seo Kwak||Seoul, South Korea||68-70||138||-4|
|Mirim Lee||South Korea||66-72||138||-4|
|Tee #1||11:53AM||Meena Lee||South Korea||71-67||138||-4|
|Group #14||Karrie Webb||Ayr Queensland Australia||69-69||138||-4|
|Tee #1||12:05PM||Katherine Kirk||Sunrise Beach, Australia||67-70||137||-5|
|Group #15||So Yeon Ryu||South Korea||73-65||138||-4|
|*Gaby Lopez||Mexico City, Mexico||73-65||138||-4|
|Tee #1||12:17PM||Haru Nomura||Kanagawa, Japan||69-68||137||-5|
|Group #16||Jodi Ewart Shadoff||North Yorkshire, England||69-68||137||-5|
|Ashleigh Simon||South Africa||68-69||137||-5|
|Tee #1||12:29PM||Gerina Piller||Roswell NM||66-70||136||-6|
|Group #17||Suzann Pettersen||Norway||69-68||137||-5|
|Cristie Kerr||Miami FL||69-68||137||-5|
|Tee #1||12:41PM||Kelly W Shon||Port Washington, NY||68-68||136||-6|
|Group #18||Julieta Granada||Paraguay||68-68||136||-6|
|Paula Creamer||Pleasanton CA||67-69||136||-6|
|Tee #1||12:53PM||Mariajo Uribe||Bucaramanga Colombia||66-69||135||-7|
|Group #19||Azahara Munoz||Malaga Spain||65-70||135||-7|
|Jenny Shin||Torrence CA||68-68||136||-6|
|Tee #1||1:05PM||Jee Young Lee||South Korea||68-67||135||-7|
|Group #20||Jennifer Johnson||Carlsbad CA||67-68||135||-7|
|Marina Alex||Wayne, NJ||66-69||135||-7|
|Tee #1||1:17PM||Q Baek||South Korea||71-64||135||-7|
|Group #21||Alison Lee||Valencia, CA||70-65||135||-7|
|Mo Martin||Altadena CA||69-66||135||-7|
|Tee #1||1:29PM||Minjee Lee||Australia||68-66||134||-8|
|Group #22||Chie Arimura||Japan||67-67||134||-8|
|Paula Reto||Bloemfontein, South Africa||71-64||135||-7|
|Tee #1||1:41PM||Amy Yang||South Korea||65-68||133||-9|
|Group #23||Austin Ernst||Greenville, SC||69-65||134||-8|
|Angela Stanford||Saginaw, TX||68-66||134||-8|
|Tee #1||1:53PM||Stacy Lewis||The Woodlands TX||68-65||133||-9|
|Group #24||Mika Miyazato||Okinawa Japan||66-67||133||-9|
|Brittany Lincicome||Seminole FL||65-68||133||-9|
|Tee #1||2:05PM||Na Yeon Choi||South Korea||66-63||129||-13|
|Group #25||Anna Nordqvist||Eskilstuna Sweden||65-66||131||-11|
|Mi Jung Hur||South Korea||63-68||131||-11|