Daniel Parantac Gets First Medal For PH, Wins Silver Medal In Wushu

Philippines is now part of the medal tally as Daniel Parantac gets the first medal in the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.

The 23-year old Baguio native bagged the silver in the wushu men’s taijiquan event Tuesday, September 23 who finished with a score of 9.68. China’s Zhouli Chen took home the gold with a score of 9.78.

Meanwhile, Myanmar’s Chan Ko Ko Nyein, took the bronze medal after registering a score of 9.65, just a small margin of difference from Parantac’s score.

Parantac settled for 8th place in the men’s taijijian or double-edged sword event with his score of 9.58.

Parantac is also a gold medalist for the Taijiquan and Taijijian All-Around events at the 2013 Southeast Asian Games.

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Written by Kaye

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