'Grateful' Carlos Yulo wants more after Asian meet success

‘Grateful’ Carlos Yulo wants more after Asian meet success

/ 06:47 PM May 21, 2024

Carlos Yulo Asian Championships

Carlos Yulo at the 2024 Artistic Gymnastics Asian Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.–Photo from Carlos Yulo’s Instagram

MANILA, Philippines—After collecting four gold medals at the 2024 Artistic Gymnastics Asian Championships, Carlos Yulo isn’t looking at slowing down any time soon.

In a post on Instagram, Yulo was nothing short of grateful after a successful stint at the Asian Championships.

“I am so grateful for this experience—the amount of hard work, dedication and support from the team PHI, coaches and loved ones has truly paid off. I couldn’t have done it without all of you cheering me on every step of the way,” wrote Yulo.


READ: Carlos Yulo hauls four golds at Asian Championships

“Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

Yulo completed a quadruple gold haul after conquering the vault and parallel bars events to cap off the meet on Sunday.

Yulo’s 14.883 points bested home bet Abdulaziz Mirvaliev (14.783) and Malaysia’s Muhammad Sharul Aimy (14.466) who captured silver and bronze, respectively.

READ: Carlos Yulo, now king of Asia, eyes Paris Olympics throne

Yulo also captured gold in the floor exercise and the all-around events.


The 24-year-old Yulo hopes his lastest triumph is just the start as he is set for a medal quest in the upcoming Paris Olympics.

“I am looking forward to continuing to work hard, push myself to new limits, and see how far more we can achieve. I am so blessed and thankful for this moment.”


“I can’t wait to see what other surprises the universe has for me. Thank you Lord God, always… Thank you again to everyone who has believed in me and helped me reach this amazing achievement.”

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