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AOTM 05 | Wushu Champion Elizabeth Lim Brings the Gold Standard to Australia
Australian wushu star Elizabeth Lim, 33, started competing in in 2007, and won Australia’s first ever gold World Wushu Championships medal in 2015 in Jakarta, in nanquan. At the previous World Championships in Malaysia in 2013 she also made history — winning her country’s first ever taolu medal — a bronze. She was Australian national…
Event News, IWUF News, WKFC
IWUF Preparatory Site Inspection Visit to 9th World Kungfu Championships
On May 16-18, a delegation of seven officials and department managers from the IWUF and the Chinese Wushu Association visited Emeishan City, Sichuan Province, China to inspect the preparations for the 9th World Kungfu Championships. On the morning of May 17, accompanied by the organizing committee, the delegation first arrived at the Sichuan International Tourism Trade…
IWUF News, WKFC
100 Days Countdown Press Conference to the 9th World Kungfu Championships Concludes Successfully!
On May 17, the 100 Day Countdown Press Conference to the 9th World Kungfu Championships (WKFC) was held in Emeishan City, Sichuan, China. The press conference introduced the preparations of the event and officially launched the media registration. Vice-Chairman of IWUF Technical Committee, Jin Xiaobin, Vice President of China Wushu Association, Chen Chong, Deputy Director…
Wushu Becomes an Official Sport of The World Games 2025 Chengdu!
On 3, May, 2023, in Madrid, Spain, the International World Games Association (IWGA) unveiled the events for the World Games 2025 Chengdu. Wushu was named an official sport of the World Games 2025 Chengdu. For the first time, wushu becomes an official sport in The World Games. Wushu was included as invitational sport in the 2009 Kaohsiung,…