Southeast Asian Games gold medalist Jamie Lim bowed out of contention in the Olympic Qualification Tournament for karate on Sunday night in Paris, France.
Lim had a promising start in the +61kg category, beating Alisa Buchinger of Austria in the first round, 3-2.
But she bowed to Tunisia's Jemi Chehinez, 7-2, in the second round to wrap up her stint in the qualifiers.
With Lim's elimination, none of the eight-member Philippine delegation managed to secure a ticket to the Tokyo Olympics through the qualifiers.
Junna Tsukii, another SEA Games gold medalist from 2019, crashed out in the -55kg division, losing 2-1 to Ivet Goranova of Bulgaria after having gotten a bye in the first round.
Only the top three finishers in each division will secure their tickets to the Tokyo Olympics.
Tsukii still has a slim chance of qualifying via continental quota.
Another contender, Fil-American karateka Joane Orbon, was bundled out in the second round of the -61kg division. She lost to Carolina Arsenio of Portugal, 2-0.
Other members of the team were: Ivan Agustin, Sharief Afif, Jayson Macaalay in the kumite, and John Enrico Vasquez and Sarah Pangilinan in the kata.