Monday, October 14, 2019

Watch History-making First Philippine Gold Performance of Carlos Yulo in World Championship of Artistic Gymnastics


Images courtesy of Twitter: RapplerSports

Video courtesy of YouTube: Traveler's Couch by Moon Ray Lo

109 comments:

  1. Tahimik lang pero GINTO. Ganto lang. Let action speaks.

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    1. Ganyan din sana mga pulitiko sa atin.. haisst..

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    2. Yung Gilas puro Ingay pero Puso!

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    3. Puso as in pusoy! Laging talo. Sayang ang budget.

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    4. Yes walang masyadong drama unlike Heidilyn Diaz ba yun?

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    5. Mga Europeans like Russians, Romanians , Germans, etc. and from the US usually nagko compete at kung sa Asia , usually China or Japan lang nakakapasok sa gymnastics competition. Pero this time , first time ever nga na nakapasok ang pinoy at gold pa! Galing!

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    6. Well said, 4:47...

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  2. Extremely proud of him. Napakagaling pero obrang mahiyain at mukhang mabait pa.

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  3. Congrats sana the government supports him sa Olympic next Yr

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    1. Suportahan lang naman yan ng govt pag kilala na or nanalo na. Laging late ang govt mag support, hindi tulad sa ibang bansa, mula sa simula andun ang suporta

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    2. 9:52 talaga ba or mema ka lng. He was funded by PSC and MVP sports foundation pra makarating jan s Germany at pati mga trainings nya. Nu b yan

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    3. Hay naku yung facility sa clark for sea games para sa training na nga ng mga atleta natin yun. Halatang mema lang iba dito.

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  4. Grabe natalo natin china? All these years sila lagi winning. Thank God. Gumagaling tayo. ๐Ÿ”ฅ

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    1. Um nooo. Hindi china ang nagdodominate s floor exercise.

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    2. He was trained by a Japanese that’s why

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  5. Congrats Kabayan!!! ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ†๐Ÿฅ‡๐Ÿ…๐Ÿคธ‍♂️

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  6. Credit grabber na naman ang government. sa Japan yung sya nag train..

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    1. May support sya ng Philipine Sports Commission. Sila yata nagbayad sa training nya. Wag ka mema.

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    2. Lahat nmn ng athletes minsan sa ibng bmsa nagtetrain pero since Philipoinesang nirerepresnt nya natural lang maging proud ang govt. wala nmn silang inangkin except yung pgiging pinoy nya

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    3. It was funded by them

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    4. I think the government funded his training in Japan. Just like some other athletes in the world, they were trained sa ibang bansa

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    5. Did you know that the government together with MVP has been funding his training in Japan for the last 3 years and has been paying for the salary of his Japanese coach for the last 6 years?

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    6. 5:29 eh ano ba ang dala dala nyang bandila, di ba Pilipinas? Sino nagpondi ng training nya hanggang sa panalo nya? Maging proud ka na lang para sa bansa. Puro pamumulitika lang ang alam nyong mga talunan. Kaya pakonti kayo ng pakonti e.

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    7. He has been supported by the government since beginning. PSC po ang nagsend sa kanya magtrain sa Japan specifically sa naging Japanese coach nya

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    8. Although the government supported him, kulang pa din. A lot of private donors supported him even the Japanese government who let him train with the Japanese team and who gave him scholarship to be able to to school/university there.

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    9. Sana alagaan yan ng gibyerno because some athletes at yung chess player nasa US na,kasi nga kulang sa suporta.

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    10. YOu are clueless about international sports. REgardless of where the athlete trains, and importante is which country he represents. He carries the PH flag as he is still Pnoy kaya siyempre, proud ang government. He has been supported also the PSC when he was younger. Tama lang na sa Japan siya magtrain kasi wala namang mahusay na coaches and facilities sa Pinas.

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  7. I have seen his performance. It was so good. Napapanganga na lang ako kasi ang ganda ng mga landings nya and yung form nya while doing the flips.

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  8. congratulations. The best national anthem din pinlay bayang magiliw! Woohoo. Proud pinoy.

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    1. Lupang Hinirang kasi!

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    2. bayang magiliw tapos proud Pinoy. Ewan ko sayo baks.

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  9. CONGRATS KABABAYAN!!! SALAMAT SA PAGBIBIGAY NG KARANGALAN SA ATING BANSA!! NAWAY PATULOY MONG BIGYAN NG KARANGALAN ANG PILIPINAS!! PROUD ANG BUONG PILIPINAS SAYO!!

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  10. Mahusay! Congrats Carlos!

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  11. Eto dapat nasa news bring honor to the Philippines.

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  12. Congratulations, history indeed! May you have a long career in your chosen sport!

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  13. Congratulations Carlos at sa japanese coach nya.

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  14. nice.congrats carlos!

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  15. Ang bangis! Woohoo!

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  16. thanks fp sa pag post. congrats ang galing carlos

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  17. Congrats! Isa na namang karangalan ang hatid ni Carlo sa bansa!

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  18. Congrats! Rare yan, sana bigyan ng cash prize ng government.

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    1. Meron yan tiyak. The current admin is very supportive sa sports at mga atleta natin. Si Diaz nga na hindi naman talagang nag- champion, around 6M daw ang pabuya na natanggap mula sa gobyerno. Pwera pa ang ibang incentives na nakuha.

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  19. Wow that’s amazing. Great job, congratulations!

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  20. Tapos ung basketball team na todo ang suporta. Hindi man lang makapag place. Sana sa ganito mag focus ung gobyerno natin. May pag asa pa mag uwi ng gold medal at karangalan sa bansa

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    1. Ang fefeeling kasi. Ang liliit nman. Lol, maski nga against sa other Asian countries wla ngang panama.

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    2. I try kaya nila maging lowkey tapos yung tipong gugulatin lang tayo. Lol

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    3. totoo meron ngang nagsabi dti bkt masyado nka focus s basketball eh ang liliit nmn ntn, why not focus on football at baseball d kelangan ng height requirement bsta lakas ang labanan sna marealize nla yan

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    4. Kasi naman asa tayo na mananalo tayo sa basketball na kung saan height matters. Doon tayo mag focus sa sports na advantage ang katamtamang taas ng mga pinoy.

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    5. pasintabi lang. ang basketball kasi kaya na ha-highlights kasi pinopondohan ni MVP hindi ng gobyerno natin. si MVP ang sponsor ng mga liga hindi ang gobyerno.

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    6. okay lang sana yung massive support sana kung nasusuklian nila ng actual wins eh, kaso madalas hindi. masyadong mayabang at maarte karamihan sa basketball players natin hindi naman rin magagaling.

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    7. Caloy is also funded/supported by MVP sports foundation

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  21. Congratulations!!!

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  22. Congrats! Ang galing nakakaproud

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  23. Good job Carlos! You make us proud!

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  24. Wow! Gymastics is actually dominated by Europeans and Americans. It's surprising because he lowkey showcased how big his talent was, despite being the underdog in the competition! If it weren't for Lea's tweet, I wouldn't know about this good news. Hats off to this dude's HUMILITY!

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    1. Pano,mukhang may budget yung bata,magagaling ang training camp.Sana suportahan siya ng gobyerno.Same thing with the weightlifter and the boxing champ.

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  25. Nakaka-proud pero ngayon pa lang nalulungkot na ko kasi for sure lakas na naman makaangkin ng govt sa success nya kahit hindi naman sila sinusuportahan masyado.

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    1. In every news article that I've read, it was noted that he was funded by PSC. His trainings in Japan and everything. Even this competition

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    2. 11:03 anong hindi sinusuportahan ng gobyerno? Fyi, ngayon lang nakatikim ng totoong malasakit mula sa gobyerno ang Filipino athletes na napabayaan ng previous admins na rampant ang kurakutan. Itinaas ang sweldo at allowances ng mga atleta. Bawat manalo ng medalya binibigyan ng gobyerno ng milyong pabuya. Binibigyan at nilakihan pa ang pocket money tuwing may laban sa labas ng bansa.

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  26. Proud moment for the Philippines! Sana hangang Olympics!

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  27. Congrats! Job well done!๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜Š

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  28. Congrats .....ang pinoy talaga if given the chance to shine may angas at may binatbat

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  29. Ang galing!!! Congratulations!

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  30. Congratulations!!!

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  31. Kakaiyak naman! Galing!

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  32. The kid may be a prodigy. Pinagsabay pa niya ang studies with his intense training in Tokyo and he became fluent pa in Japanese.

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    1. Kasi naalagaan yan.May foreign trainers

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  33. Hay Pilipinas sana sa ganitong larangan nyo ibigay nyo yung budget para sa mga sports na lagi nman tayong kulelat. Actually, swimming, boxing at iba pang larangan na may magagaling na atleta at naiuuwing Parangal.

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    1. truth sna d lang s iisang sport lng na alam nmn nating kahit s panaginip d ntn makukuha

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    2. Correct! Mag research,panalo tayo pag boxing,billiards,bowling,gymnastics,weight lifting.So yan ang mga bigyan ng pansin,budget,trainers.Gym etc.tantanan na yung mga pa basketball at mga soccer ,pag hindi pasok sa finals,wag na pondohan.

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    3. girl hindi natin kaya ang swimming. ang mga swimmers ngayon kasing tatangkad na ng NBA players. boxing kailangan mahaba din ang biyas pero keri na rin basta mabilis.

      gymnastics, diving tayo dapat mag focus. its all about form and grace.

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    4. I agree with you 8.18... sa tingin ko din may potential tayo sa diving. Suportahan lang ng govt keri natin yan

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    5. I agree, that was also pointed out along time ago by Ms. Bea Lucero I think na sobrang advantage nating mga Pinoy na maliit tayo pagdating sa sports na gymnastics at diving.

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  34. Congrats Carlos! Comtinue shining! ๐Ÿ–ค

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  35. Congrats Brother! Galing naman!

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  36. Congrats to Carlos’ Japanese coach too who trained him tirelessly and continues to believe in his talents! Look where y’all are now!

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  37. congrats carlos! panalangin namin ang patuloy mong pagtatagumpay ๐Ÿ˜Š pero sana, wag naman idown yung mga atleta na may malaki ding following, lahat naman sila may kanya kanyang sinasakripisyo para makapag compete..

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  38. pasok proud na gobyerno! haha. akala mo kun sinong sumuporta sa atleta.

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  39. Congratulations! Napanuod ko yan kanina, hanep! Ang bangis!

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  40. Holy mother of pearl yung nagstick lahat ng landing. Ang galing. Especially na he just came out of freaking nowhere. Usually USA, Israel, and Eastern Europe lang ang dominant at laging nagcocompete against each other when it comes to gymnastics, tapos biglang dinaanan lang niya silang lahat. Holy crap. Impressive as heck.

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  41. Sana manalo
    To sa olympics. Pagod nantayong mga pinay palaging maliit ang tingin sa atin. Mga taong ganito nakakatulong sa image natin.

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    1. Bigyan ng pondo para naman maalagaan ang mga atleta natin at mag develop pa ng nga ibang Pilipino.

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    2. Kaya nga, sana makarating sya sa Olympics at suportahan nman ng gobyerno.

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  42. Wow wow wow! Amazing feat. Congratulations! A rare gold for this country. Truly beautiful and brave performance by this young man. It makes me cry, I’m so happy for him.

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  43. Congratulations to him and his Japanese coach. They should be very proud.

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  44. Panahon na na mag research,saan tayo magaling.Sa gymnastics,weightlifing,boxing,bowling at billiards,pwede bang duon ilagay ang pondo.Bigyan ng mga trainers na mahuhusay ang mga atleta.Bigyan ng sapat na pondo.

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  45. So proud of tou Carlos, you place the Philippines on the map of gymnastics.

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  46. Galing. As usual yung walang endorsement at government support Ang nananalo. Lam mo naman mga sponsors dapat half breed bago bigyan ng sponsorship puro kulelat naman. Basketball talo. Football talo. Rugby talo

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  47. A tiny gymnastic but so dynamic.๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ. Your fellow filipinos here in abroad and our homeland.We are proud of you. Congratulations Carlos,

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  48. Hidilyn Diaz left the group.

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    1. Ok din siya,kailangan din ang suporta sa weightlifting.She did well.

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  49. Nakakaiyak yung pinatugtog na yung national anthem natin. Sobrang kinilabutan ako. Wala akong paki kung sino pa nag-train sa kanya, I'm just so proud!!! Congratulations, Carlo! OMG!

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  50. Wow his muscles are damnnn.

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  51. sikat basketball at volleyball sa atin pero hindi man lang tayo nageexcel sa intl games

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  52. Pinalakpakan pa sya ng mga audience ng bonggang bonga.....
    Congrats

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  53. According to Japanese publication, quote "Yulo's early days in Japan were not without trouble. He had to find places where he could practice, and money transfers to him from his home country were often suspended.

    From this spring, Yulo started to receive support from the Olympic Solidarity program, a joint initiative by the International Olympic Committee and the Japanese Olympic Committee designed to support athletes from developing countries and regions".

    Philippine government please support promising kid athletes. Please don't rely of the goodness of other countries, otherwise mag migrate sila sa countries who supported them

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    1. Psc(govt) saka si mvp nagpadala sa kanya sa japan sila din nagfund ng training nya

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  54. First time pinatugtog ang Philippine National Anthem sa larangan ng gymnastics!

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