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[e][h] TheWinD
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Park Sang-ik
(1982-08-06) August 6, 1982 (age 39)
Alternate IDs:
TheWinD_LeGenD, oGsTheWinD
Total Earnings:
Military Service:
Years Active:
2010 - 2011

Park "TheWinD" Sang-ik (born August 6, 1982) is a retired Korean Zerg player.


TheWinD is an ex-Brood War player from team SOUL (later became STX) where he participated in both individual and team leagues as a key Zerg player for the team. He retired to perform his military service. Upon his discharge he joined team oGs to resume his pro gaming career.[1]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

TheWinD was among one of the earlier ex-Brood War players alongside FruitDealer, Tester, and RainBOw who were part of the formation of oGs. Since then, TheWinD has remained on the team and has been able to qualify for all 3 of the GOMTV Global Starcraft II League open season events. Doing so has qualified him as an S-Class player despite never being able to reach the quarterfinals.

TheWinD has also participated in other GOMTV events such as the Brainbox StarCraft II Team Invitational where the team placed first. As one of the 16 invitees to the GOM TV All-Stars Invitational 2010, TheWind defeated RainBOw and Maka to reach the semifinals where he would lose to Kyrix.

In November 2010, it was announced that TheWinD would be taking over the head coach duties for oGs with help from oGsGon. Spunky formerly held this role but would be moving on to a more managerial position. Although Gon would announce his discontinue of play as a result of coaching, TheWinD remains both a player and a coach.[2]

Code S[edit]

TheWinD would play in his first Code S tournament in GSL January where he would end up 4th in his group after dropping sets to BoxeR and HongUn. He would survive the up/down by taking out Polt cleanly. In GSL March, TheWinD would advance through the group stage, securing his continued Code S status. He ultimately fell 1-2 to San in a close series at the Round of 16.

TheWinD would go 0-2 in his group in GSL May. He would fall to Code A after losing to Kyrix 1-2 in the Up/Down matches.

Code A[edit]

TheWinD was knocked out of the GSL after losing to TAiLS in the first round of GSL July Code A.


  • RainBOw has stated in an interview that TheWinD is one of the hardest players for him to beat.
  • He was the third player to be featured in GomTV's "GSL Players: Behind the Booth" special mini-documentary, which dealt with his experiences as both a player and a coach.[3]
  • He was featured as a coach on YellOw's Project A.


In A1Premier tournaments
2011-03-059 - 16th2011 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Global StarCraft II League March: Code SOld GenerationsOld Generations1 : 2 San$1,780
2010-10-299 - 16th2010 Sony Ericsson StarCraft II Open Season 2Old GenerationsOld Generations0 : 2 NesTea$1,780
In A2Major tournaments
2010-11-214thGOM TV All-Stars Invitational 2010Old GenerationsOld Generations1 : 2 Tester$0
Complete Results in any Tournament

To see TheWinD's full GSL standings, see Old Generations GSL Results

Matches & VODs[edit]

First Person View Match VODS[edit]


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Matchup Statistics

 vs vs vs Total
as 11 - 1444 %8 - 561.5 %4 - 1225 %23 - 3142.6 %

Earnings Statistics