1. Alfonso Barbarisi Leads a New Generation of Italian Wushu Champions

    Italy’s newest wushu sensation, Alfonso Barbarisi, comes from Baronissi, a small town in southern Italy. If that sounds familiar, it’s because this is also the home of his coach Michele Giordano, Italy’s most famous wushu star. From his first senior international wushu competition in 2019 World Wushu Championships in Shanghai to the silver medalist at Jianshu…

  2. Mohsen Mohammadseifi – Athlete of the Month

    Mohsen Mohammadseifi is one of Iran’s most celebrated and decorated sanda athletes, winning five World Championship gold medals between 2011-2019. He has also won three Asian Games gold medals, and is currently training for the next edition of the Games in Hangzhou.     Mohsen hails from Zanjan city, in Zanjan province, where he started…

  3. Australia’s Taijiquan Champion Krista Brennan

    Australia’s amazing Krista Brennan began her wushu journey over a decade ago, and while she has won many medals and awards, she considers her learning and adventures in taijiquan far from over. From winning her first international medal in Anhui, China, as part of the Australian team’s group performance at the 6th World Kungfu (Traditional Wushu) Championships, to…

  4. The Marvelous Edgar Marvelo – Indonesia’s Golden Champion

    As he stepped onto the carpet, and represented his beloved country of Indonesia at the 2019 World Wushu Championships in Shanghai, Edgar Xavier Marvelo was on fire. During this event he managed to pull off an incredible wushu hat trick — by winning 3 gold medals in changquan, gunshu and duilian. With emotions running high,…

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