LIST: Rewards, prizes for Hidilyn Diaz after Olympic gold victory

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, July 28) — Filipina weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz will receive at least ₱43.5 million cash and other rewards after ending the country's 97-year Olympic gold medal drought.

Here is a list of incentives and rewards that await Diaz for bagging the country's first Olympic gold in the 55-kilogram women's weightlifting category at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

₱10 million

Cash incentive from the government through Republic Act 10699 or the National Athletes and Coaches Benefits and Incentives Act

₱10 million

Pledged by San Miguel Corporation President and CEO Ramon Ang

₱10 million

Pledged by business tycoon Manny Pangilinan through the MVP Sports Foundation

₱3 million

Pledged by Deputy Speaker Mikee Romero of 1-PACMAN Party-list

₱2.5 million

Cash incentive from the local government of Zamboanga City, Diaz's hometown

₱5 million cash and free fuel for life

Pledged by Siklab Atleta Sports Foundation head and Phoenix Petroleum chair Dennis Uy

₱3 million and a house and lot in Zamboanga

Pledged by President Rodrigo Duterte

₱14-million residential condominium unit in Eastwood, Quezon City

Pledged by Megaworld

₱4-million house and lot at any PHirst Park Homes community of her choice

Pledged by Century Properties

House and lot in Tagaytay

Courtesy of Philippine Olympic Committee President Bambol Tolentino

Lifetime free flights

Offered by AirAsia Philippines

80,000 free miles per year for life

Offered by Philippine Airlines

GoNegosyo founder Joey Concepcion told CNN Philippines on Tuesday that Diaz will definitely live a "comfortable" life with cumulative incentives that could reach up to ₱100 million from various brands, apart from "a long list of commercial endorsements."

"Believe me, I can see it, that will hit over ₱100 million. She's gonna be very wealthy, no doubt about that. Being the first gold medalist in the Philippines, every major brand will want to get her," he said.

Diaz was also promoted sergeant to staff sergeant at the Philippine Air Force.

Duterte told Diaz during her courtesy call on Wednesday call that she will also be awarded a Presidential Medal of Merit in an appropriate ceremony.

The 30-year-old record holder came home to the Philippines on Wednesday, two days after her victory.

This story will be updated as more information on other incentives for the Olympian comes in.