Make it double for Agatha Wong as she claimed her second tiara after topping the women's taolu taijijian in the wushu competitions of the 30th Southeast Asian Games on Tuesday at World Trade Center in Pasay City.


She was just on a level of her own, scoring 9.65 to rule the event after settling for silver two years back.

Wong surely checked every expectation of her after conquering the women's taijiquan event last Sunday.

Vietnam's Thi Minh Huyen Tran got the silver with her score of 9.63, as Brunei's Basma Lachkar could only wound up for bronze with her 9.62.

"I'm still trying to think na nanalo ba talaga ako?" said the 21-year-old Wong.

"I've been through so much and I'm very grateful to get this opportunity talaga," she said.

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