35th IWUF Executive Board Meeting in Macau Concludes Successfully
On August 3, 2018 the IWUF Executive Board met in Macau, China, led by IWUF President Yu Zaiqing.
The 35th IWUF Executive Board Meeting was orderly and productive, and many innovative new proposals to move the sport of wushu forward in the next year were met with deep enthusiasm. Dates and venues were set for 2020 competitions, and technical issues were refined. Members left the meeting with positive energy and great optimism about the IWUF's promotion of the sport and its immediate and long-term future development.
Executive Vice President Anthony Goh and Secretary General Qiuping put forth a number of proposals for innovations and improvements to wushu events, committees, rules and promotions to be developed over the next year. More details on these will be forthcoming in a future eblast.
A financial report was given by IWUF Treasurer Urs Krebs, and a progress report given by Director General of the Lausanne IWUF office, Lirong Ren.
Reports on IWUF event preparation included updates on the progress of 2018-2019 competitions.
The Coordination Committee reported on preparations and logistics in Burgas, Bulgaria for the 2nd World Taijiquan Championships, September 25 - Oct. 2, 2018.
The Board voted unanimously on approving October 27-28, 2018 as the official dates for the 9th Sanda World Cup in Hangzhou, China.
The delegation from the 15th Shanghai World Wushu Championships organizing committee gave a progress report on hotels, transportation, and venues.
Mr. Goh announced that the dates for the 8th World Kungfu Championships in Emeishan have been approved and confirmed for June 16-20, 2019.
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