Dela Pisa Goes
Daniela Reggie Dela Pisa of the Philippines shows off the gold and bronze hardwares she obtained in three out of four rhythmic gymnastics individual apparatus finals of the 30th Southeast Asian Games
Dela Pisa Goes 3 Of 4 In RG Apparatus Finals
December 7, 2019
MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Philippines’ Daniela Reggie Dela Pisa secured medals in three out of four
individual apparatus finals of the rhythmic gymnastics competition of the 30th Southeast Asian Games
here at the Rizal Memorial Coliseun, this city.
The Cebuana gymnast pulled off an exceptional performance on her way to a gold medal finish in the hoop apparatus and third place finish in the ball and clubs finals, respectively.
Dela Pisa tallied a score of 17.750 as she bested eventual silver medalist Izzah Amzan of Malaysia with 16.500 points in the hoop apparatus finals. Another Malaysian, Amy Kwan Dict Weng placed third with a 15.900 score.
In the ball apparatus, Dela Pisa settled for the bronze medal finish with a score of 15.600 as she was outperformed by gold medalist Malaysia’s Izzah Amzan (17.800) and silver medalist Kulsanawong Nat of Thailand (16.300).
Dela Pisa placed third anew in the clubs apparatus finals with 16.100 points, bowing to eventual first placer Thai gymnast Limpanich Benjaporn who registered a 17.150 score and silver medalist Koi Sie Yan of Malaysia with 16.900 score.
Meanwhile, pinay gymnasts Shieldannah Sabio was 0.250 points shy of landing the third spot in the ribbon apparatus finals. Sabio tallied a score of 13.800 as she was outscored by bronze medalist Kulsanawong Nat of Thailand with 14.050 points. Malaysian gymnasts Koi Sie Yan and Izzah Amzan were declared co-gold medalists, each garnering a score of 15.200.
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