Agatha Chrystenzen F. Wong
DLSAA Lasallian Sports Achievement Awardee
for her athleticism and artistry in wushu which led to her golden victory at the Southeast Asian Games and eventual triumph at the Asian Games
Combining elegance, agility and strength, Wong has propelled herself in the world of Martial Arts. In 2013, she won gold for Taijijian at the 7th Asian Junior Wushu Championships in Manila. The following year, Wong won another gold at the ASEAN School Games in Makati. In 2015, she was awarded a gold in Taijijian and bronze in Taijiquan at the 8th Asian Junior Wushu Championships in Inner Mongolia, China. Wong enjoyed many other victories after that, with 2018 proving to be an even more fruitful year for her. She won bronze in the Senior Level at the Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, and gold in the Senior Level at the 1st Asian Wushu Traditional Championships in Nanjing, China. In spite of the many personal challenges she faced (including an injury), Wong overcame the odds and rose to the top of her game. Wong’s sheer passion and dedication to the art of wushu has not only brought honor to the Philippines, but also helped her become more confident and resilient.