Hidilyn Diaz receives amazing gift from Ayala Foundation; earns "Atletang Magiting" title

Hidilyn Diaz receives amazing gift from Ayala Foundation; earns "Atletang Magiting" title

- Hidilyn Diaz has been reaping the rewards of her hard work and perseverance as she should

- The Olympic gold medalist was recently gifted Kia Stonic as well as a new title to commemorate her historic win

- The Ayala Foundation had shared several photos of the athlete looking very happy with her new vehicle

- Aside from the photos, they also announced that Hidilyn is the foundation's first-ever "Atletang Magiting"

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Hidilyn Diaz is getting what she so dearly deserves. After her historic win at the Tokyo Olympics 2020, no one can deny that the athlete should be recognized and awarded for the amazing feat.

Just recently, Ayala Foundation gifted the Olympic gold medalist a brand new, top-of-the-line Kia Stonic to express their gratitude for the weightlifting champion.

Aside from this amazing gift, the foundation also awarded Hidilyn with their first-ever "Atletang Magiting" title.

Hidilyn Diaz receives epic gift from Ayala Foundation; earns "Atletang Magiting" title
Hidilyn Diaz poses for the camera. Photo from Hidilyn Diaz (@hidilyndiaz)
Source: Instagram

In the comment section of the Facebook post, netizens expressed how proud and happy they were for the talented athlete.

"Congrats, Hidilyn Diaz. You are a national hero."
"You deserve it Hidilyn Diaz!! Congratulations!"
" Go Hidilyn! Enjoy your ride!"
"Congratulations! Deserved mo yan!"

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Hidilyn Francisco Diaz is an Olympic gold medalist, weightlifter, and airwoman from the Philippines. She is best known for her historic win at the 53-kg weight division weightlifting at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and became the first Filipino to win a gold medal in a non-exhibition sport at the Olympics.

Hidilyn said that she would not have won the Philippines’ first-ever Olympics gold medal without the help of her coaches. Her two coaches became her family while she was stranded in Malaysia for 19 months due to the pandemic. She also revealed that there are misunderstandings among them from time to time due to the language barrier.

KAMI previously reported that Hidilyn has also taken to social media to air her congratulatory message to Nesthy Petecio after the latter bagged a silver medal in the women’s featherweight final at the Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday.

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