Wushu first made it onto the FISU sports programme at the XXIX Summer Universiade in Chinese Taipei as a non-compulsory sport in 2017. The World University Wushu Championships is a single sport competition organized for university athletes and falls under the International University Sports Federation (FISU) World University Championships Sports Programme. The first World University Wushu Championship debuted in Macau, China in 2018. As approved by FISU, the second 2020 FISU World University Wushu Championships will be held in Liaoyang, China, from July 11-14, 2020.
Both the competition venue and the training & warm-up venue will be the Liaoyang Gymnasium.
Men’s taolu events will include: 1. Changquan 2. Daoshu 3. Jianshu 4. Gunshu
5. Qiangshu 6. Nanquan 7. Nandao 8. Nangun 9. Taijiquan 10. Taijijian 11. Chuantongquan (Traditional Quan) 12. Chuantongqixie (Traditional Weapon)
Women’s taolu events will include: 1. Changquan 2. Daoshu 3. Jianshu 4. Gunshu 5. Qiangshu 6. Nanquan 7. Nandao 8. Nangun 9. Tajiquan 10. Taijijian 11. Chuantongquan (Traditional Quan) 12. Chuantongqixie (Traditional Weapon)
Sanda competition will be held in the 52kg, 56kg, 60kg, 65kg, 70kg, and 80kg categories for men, and in the 48kg, 52kg, 56kg, and 60kg weight categories for women.
Entries will be submitted by each countries National University Sports Federation (NUSF) in collaboration with the respective National Wushu Federation (E-mail: email@example.com).
Each NUSF receives its own login and password to make the entries for WUC events on the Online Accreditation System(FISU-OAS) : https://accreditation.fisu.net/Pages/WUC.aspx
The general deadlines for this are as follows:
· 11th March- General Entries
· 11th May – Quantitative Entries
· 11th June – Individual Entries
More information will be available shortly. For more details on the rules and regulations of the WUC Wushu Competition please go to: http://www.iwuf.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-WUC-General-Information-The-2nd-World-University-Wushu-Championships-1.pdf