HANOI - Caloy Yulo closed his 31st Southeast Asian Games by ruling the men's high bar, his fifth gold in the biennial meet.
Caloy Yulo bags gold in SEA Games high bar
Yulo won his second gold of the day, taking the vault, while missing on a sweep with a silver in the horizontal bars.
Yulo outclassed the competition at the end of the artistic gymnastics competition, winning the all-around, floor exercise, and rings.
“If it’s up to me I wanted to win all the medals in all the events,” said Yulo.
The 22-year-old Filipino gymnast ended the SEA Games with a score of 13.867 in the high bar to tie at first place with Phuong Thanh Dinh of Vietnam.
Earlier in the competition, the Tokyo Olympian bagged the vault with a score of 14.700 in the event where he is the world champion. He beat Tikumporn Surintornta of Thailand (14.250), with Filipino bet Juancho Besana getting the bronze (14.017).
Yulo took the silver in the parallel bars after a score of 14.900, which was short of the 15.133 won by Phuong.
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