Limiting each athlete’s participation at the Southeast Asian Games (SEA) will form the basis for Carlos Yulo’s ability to hoard gymnastics gold in the 32nd edition of the event. case in Cambodia.
The Cambodian organizers of the May 5-17 sports festival limited Yulo’s expected achievement, completely negating the two-time world champion’s chance to repeat his achievement. at the SEA Games last year in Vietnam.
Gymnastics director Cynthia Carrion-Norton said: “He was only allowed to win three gold medals according to Cambodia.
The 4-foot-11 athlete who has won the most gold medals for the Philippines in Vietnam meets 2022, winning gold in the men’s all-around artistic gymnastics events, floor exercises, static loops, mallets and crossbar.
Yulo also won a silver medal in the parallel event and finished second in the team event.
“Even if he wipes out all his facts, they will only give him three [golds]. There should have been only two, but I complained to the organizers and they made three,” said Carrion, president of the Philippine Gymnastics Association.
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