Rio de Janeiro, Aug 8: In a major upset, South Korea's archer and two-time World Champion Kim Woo-jin suffered a shocking exit. Woo-jin he lost his second match at the hands of world number 29 in 2016 Olympic Games here on Monday (Aug 8).
Indonesia's Riau Ega Agatha dispatched the world number one, Woo-jin, in four sets, 6-2.
After winning the first set Woo-jin lost three set consecutively, shooting an uncharacteristic seven and a run of three eights in the process.
"I prepared so much for this and I feel that everything is gone now," said Kim. "I'm in shock. I don't blame anything or anyone, I just regret not doing well today."
"The past four years I prepared a lot. I feel really great about getting the gold medal for the team event, but for the individual one I regret a lot because I prepared a lot and now it's all gone."
Earlier on Friday, Woo-jin set a world record in the Rio Olympics' qualification round at Brazil's historic Samba street.
Leading the qualification round Woo-jin shot 700 with 72 arrows in the men's individual ranking round at Sambodromo on the opening day of the XXXI Olympiad.