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GS Caltex Seoul Kixx Volleyball Team
GS Caltex Seoul Kixx, Korea's premier volleyball team, has played a pivotal role in the history of women's sports in the country since its establishment in 1970. In the 1990s, the team recorded nine consecutive years of titles in the Super League as well as a 92-game winning streak. It also captured the 2007 KOVO Cup and the 2007-2008 V-league championships, launching a new era of dominance for the team followed by a second-place finish in the 2012-2013 V-league and a championship in the 2013-2014 V-league. GS Caltex Seoul Kixx is committed to staying in touch with fans and making them happy with their electrifying style of play.
GS Caltex Maekyung Open Golf Championship
GS Caltex hosts the annual GS Caltex Maekyung Open Golf Championship in May to drive the development of golf culture. Called the Masters of Korea, the tournament has gained the respect and interest of golf enthusiasts, breaking the records for gallery attendance each year. It joined the OneAsia tour in 2010, and welcomed the Asian Tour, one of the most competitive international golf tours, as a co-host in 2018. The GS Caltex Maekyung Open is now broadcast on sports channels worldwide and firmly entrenched as a renowned international competition.
GS Caltex Professional Baduk Competition
GS Caltex has been sponsoring the GS Caltex Professional Baduk Competition since 1995 as part of its initiative to promote the continuation and progress of baduk (board game also known as go). With participation from all professional players in Korea during the preliminary rounds and offering the highest prize money among domestic tournaments, the GS Caltex tournament has become the premier event in baduk and a proud bearer of the tradition of the noble game in Korea.
Korea Baduk League/Kixx Team
GS Caltex has been helping to popularize baduk as a team-based sport through its participation in the Korean Baduk League. Since adapting aspects of sports to the classic baduk game and launching the only team competition in 2004, the League has successfully introduced new formats that incorporate regional competitions, coaches, and draft systems to win over many baduk fans. GS Caltex's Kixx team began participating in 2006 and is now one of the League's most storied and successful teams, helping to write the history of Korean baduk.