PH wushu team hauls 11 medals from Asian tilt
MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine wushu team had a massive 11-medal haul from the 1st Asian Traditional Wushu (Kung Fu) Championships in Nanjing, China from November 28 to 30.
Agatha Wong, a bronze medalist in the 2018 Asian Games, and Johnzenth Gajo bagged two gold medals apiece as the Filipinos hauled a total of 7 golds, 1 silver, and 3 bronzes.
The lone Filipina medalist, Wong reigned supreme in the Group B women's taijijian and Group B women's taijiquan events while Gajo ruled the Group A men's changquan and Group A men's short weapon events.
Daniel Parantac, Thornley Quinley Sayan, and Jones Llabres Inso all won gold medals in Group B men's taijijian, Group B men's long weapon and Group B men's taijiquan, respectively.
Inso also struck silver in Group B of men's taijijian.
Parantac, Dave Degala, and Saundrex Gainsan pocketed a bronze each in the Group B men's taijiquan, Group B men's short weapon, and Group A men's changquan, respectively. – Rappler.com
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