1. AOTM February 2024: Egypt’s Multifaceted Sanda Star Ahmed Samir 

    Egypt’s Ahmed Samir won the bronze medal in Men’s Sanda 90+ division at the 2023 16th World Wushu Championships, becoming the only male athlete from Africa to medal at the event. Even more remarkably, living in New York City, he joined the Egyptian team only two months before the WWC, heroically stepping in to fight on…

  2. AOTM January 2024 – The Amazing Sanda Athlete of Brazil’s Beatriz Silva

    Brazil’s top sanda champion Beatriz Adriao Rustice Silva won the silver medal in the women’s 56Kg sanda category at the 16th World Wushu Championships in 2023. As Brazil’s 9-time consecutive national sanda champion in her weight class, Beatriz has also won two gold medals at the 2018 and 2022 Pan-American Wushu Championships, and a gold…

  3. AOTM DECEMBER 2023 : SAM MAK-A Leading Figure in Great Britain Wushu

    Sam Mak, 30, has been a GB team member since 2002, winning multiple world and European medals. At the 1st World Junior Wushu Championships in 2006 three was indeed a charm — he won a gold and two silver medals as the sole representative from Great Britain. As a veteran of four world championships, Sam…

  4. Athlete of the Month 01: Darya Latisheva – Uzbekistan’s Wushu Star

    During the World Games 2022 in Birmingham, Uzbekistan’s Darya Latisheva unleashed dazzling wushu performances in nandao and nanquan that left spectators breathless, and won her a long-dreamed of silver medal. In 2018, she initially national gained fame when she won Uzbekistan’s first medal ever in wushu at the Asian Games. A year later she was…

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