2017 SEA Games: Kaitlin De Guzman adds two more medals to PH haul

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  • Kaitlin de Guzman competes in the women's artistic gymnastics balance beam event. The Filipina gymnast scored 12.3 to clinch the bronze medal.

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, August 22) — Kaitlin De Guzman added two more medals to her SEA Games collection on Wednesday in two artistic gymnastics events in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

De Guzman settled for silver in the floor exercise and took the bronze in the balance beam a day after winning the gold medal in the uneven bars event.

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Malaysia's Farah Ann topped the floor exercise event scoring 13.45 points. De Guzman came in at second with 13.025 points, while Indonesian Rifda Irfanaluth finished in third place with a score of 13.00 points.

In the balance beam event, Irfanaluth took the gold with a score of 13.125 points while Malaysia's Tan Ing Yueh was a close second with 13.100 points. De Guzman garnered 12.30 points for her performance.

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With her two finishes at the podium, the teenager is now the most bemedalled Filipino athlete in this year's games so far.

The 17-year-old gymnast is the daughter of Cintamoni, the country's gold medalist in the uneven bars event during the 1995 Chiang Mai SEA Games.