Agatha Wong is a Filipino wushu athlete who has competed in the Southeast Asian Games, Asian Games, and World Wushu Championships for the Philippines.
Agatha Chrystenzen Fernandez Wong was born in Quezon City, Philippines, on May 20, 1998, with roots in Dagupan, Pangasinan.
Her mother, Richa Agatha Wong (née Fernandez), is Filipino-American, while her father, Christopher Wong Sr., is Filipino-Chinese.
Wong has a younger sister and brother. She was encouraged to practice a variety of sports as a child, including swimming, karate, and wushu.
Wong earned a Bachelor of Arts in Consular and Diplomatic Affairs from the College of Holy Spirit in Quezon City and the De La Salle-College of St. Benilde.
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Agatha Wong’s career
Taolu is his specialty.  Agatha Wong has competed in wushu since she was eight years old.
At the 2013 Asian Junior Wushu Championships in Makati, Philippines, she won her first medal in an international competition by defeating the under-15 women’s 32 form taijiquan of the Taolu contests.
In the following edition, held in Inner Mongolia, China, she won two medals (gold in Taijijian and bronze in Taijiquan).
Despite the Wushu delegation’s financial difficulties, Wong earned a bronze medal at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta–Palembang, preventing her from practicing in China, as is customary for high-profile contests.
Prior to the games, she also suffered a grade 2 slipped disc, from which she had not entirely recovered by the time she competed in the continental tournament.
Wong won two medals for the Philippines at the 2018 Asian Traditional Wushu Championships in Nanjing, China, by winning the Group B women’s Taijijian and Group B women’s Taijiquan events.
Wong also competed in the 2017 and 2019 Southeast Asian Games, winning gold in taijiquan and silver in taijijijian in the 2017 SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and two gold medals in taijiquan and taijijijian at the 2019 SEA Games in the Philippines.