Agatha Wong Bags Gold Medal Anew In SEA Games 2019 Wushu Event
SEA GAMES – Philippines’ bet Agatha Wong successfully defended her SEA Games wushu title.
The Philippines hosted the 30th Southeast Asian Games. It is the biggest SEA Games in history with 530 sporting events. There are about 9,000 athletes and officials from 11 nations in the region will participate in the biennial meet.
Filipinos took the early top spot in the regional meet medal tally on December 1. Among them is the Philippines bet for the wushu event, Agatha Wong.
Based on a report from ABS-CBN, Agatha Wong showed an impressive display to defend her title in the taolu taijiquan even of wushu on Sunday at the World Trade Center. She bested 9 other athletes and garnered a score of 9.67.
The 21-year-old athlete revealed her gold medal was the outcome of her nonstop training. “I just really trained like all year round. Wala kaming holiday or anything,” she said.
According to the report, Agatha Wong said she was very relieved she’s done with her first event. She admitted that she is really tired and had bad cramps.
“Kaya, lahat kami, we’re very fatigued right now, we’re very tired.” “Tapos ako, I have really bad cramps pa tapos ang sakit ng katawan ko,” added Wong. “Kaya nga kanina, naiyak ako when I hugged my dad, kasi I was really, really relieved na I’m finally finished with my first event…”
“Personally, my routine, I just did my best, and I hope that’s enough for Team Philippines,” she added.
Based on the report, the local wushu heroine will also compete in the women’s taijijian this coming December 3.
Watch her performance below:
Lots of netizens commended Agatha Wong’s performance in SEA Games 2019. Here are some of their comments on the post:
@Ivelou Vallente: “It’s like I’m watching Mulan”
@ALEXANDER GAMER: “Beautiful performance by a beautiful Filipina.”
@Dreams Management: “Very smooth…Very pretty…spectacular!”
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