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.