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Bronze Medal In The Hanoi SEA Games

Sydney Chin dedicates SEA Games wushu bronze medal to late mother

Sydney Chin Sy Xuan, our Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronic Engineering student won bronze medal at the 31st SEA Games to dedicate the medal to her late mother who passed away of a heart problem recently on May 11, 2022.

At the Cau Giay Gymnasium, Sydney Chin took the bronze medal in the women’s taijiquan after collecting 9.68 points while compatriot Mandy Cebelle Chen was placed seventh with 9.41 points.

Sydney Chin said her mother was an important figure who gave her words of encouragement so that the athlete stayed active and excel in the sport.

“I told my coach I want to compete in Hanoi and I was satisfied I managed to win a bronze medal. I know my mother look at me up there. I am dedicating the medal to my mother and I believe she would be proud with the success,” she said with teary eyes.

Dare to Dream, Dare to Win. We are all touched by Sydney’s determination. We hope Sydney will have many more milestones in her career and congratulations once again on her victory!