Wushu bet Daniel Parantac gives PH first medal in Asian Games | Inquirer Sports

Wushu bet Daniel Parantac gives PH first medal in Asian Games

By: - Reporter / @MarkGiongcoINQ
/ 03:35 PM September 23, 2014

Daniel Parantac of the Philippines competes in the men's Wushu Taijijian category during the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou on November 16, 2010.        AFP PHOTO / LAURENT FIEVET

Daniel Parantac  competes in the men’s Wushu Taijijian category. AFP FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines finally barged into the medal tally of the 17th Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea with wushu bet Daniel Parantac bagging the silver medal in the men’s tajiquan event Tuesday.

Parantac, a Southeast Asian gold medalist in the same event, wound up with a score of 9.68 — a close second to Zhouli Chen of China, who registered a 9.78.

Parantac also edged Myanmar’s Chan Ko Ko Nyein, who ended up with a bronze medal after posting a 9.65.

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