On the evening of March 9th (Beijing time), the 39th IWUF Executive Committee meeting (virtual) was successfully held. The meeting successively listened to IWUF Secretary General Zhang Qiuping’s 2022 annual work report, treasurer Ang Mong Seng ‘s 2019-2021 annual financial report, and Chariman of Ethics Committee Walt Missingham’s work progress report.
In his report, Secretary-General Zhang Qiuping elaborated on the achievements of the IWUF in 2022, including successfully hosting the 8th World Junior Wushu Championships in Indonesia, 11th The World Games in the United States, and FISU University World Cup Combat Games in Turkey and other international wushu events. In line with the requirements of the Youth Olympic Games, the IWUF constantly consolidate the foundation of training and competition, and carry out a number of highlight projects such as the selection of outstanding wushu athletes, the construction of “AI Wushu”, and the collection and exhibition of “Wushu Inspire the World” works.
A number of international wushu competitions have been scheduled for this year, including the 16th World Wushu Championships in Fort Worth, USA, the 9th World Kungfu Championships in Emeishan, China, the 31st World University Games in Chengdu, China and the 2023 World Combat Games in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The next IWUF Executive Board Meeting will be held on November 15, 2023 in Fort Worth, Texas, USA.