HANOI – Agatha Wong redeemed herself on Sunday when she displayed a figure fit for the three-time champion she holds while dominating women’s tai chi wushu at the 10th Southeast Asian Games. 31 come here.
23-year-old Filipinao demonstrated purity and balance when wielding a sword, an event she won in 2019. Her habit proved undeniable to the judges against the backdrop of the show. strong performance from two home betting teams, silver and bronze respectively.
Wong, who was only able to win a silver medal in Tai Chi, scored 9.71 points ahead of Huyan Tran Thi (9.70) and Trang Tran Thi (9.69).
It was the first gold medal for the Philippines in a sport that brought the traditional source of medals to the country.
Sanda (fighting) will compete later tomorrow afternoon with defending champion Divine Wally (48kg) leading the Philippines.
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