These Millennials Make Us Proud by Winning Gold in the Sea Games

From gymnastics, to triathlon, to boxing!
by Mara Agner   |  Aug 27, 2017
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Being an athlete is serious business. You have to work hard and train hard. Being a millennial athlete who balances training with school is even harder. That's why we have mad respect for these athletes representing the Philippines at the Sea Games 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Kaitlin de Guzman, 17

Gold medal, Gymnastics, Women's artistic uneven bar

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Agatha Wong, 19

Gold medal, Wushu, Women's compulsory 3rd Taijiquan

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Anthony Beram, 22

Gold medal, Athletics, Men's 200m

Gold medal, Athletics, Men's 400m

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Brennan Wayne Louie, 22

Gold medal, Fencing, Men's foil

Eumir Marcial, 22

Gold medal, Boxing, Men's middleweight

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John Marvin, 24

Gold medal, Boxing, Men's light heavyweight

Aries Toledo, 24

Gold medal, Athletics, Men's decathlon

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Kim Mangrobang, 25

Gold medal, Triathlon, Women's triathlon

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