1. Day 2 – World Wushu Championships, Shanghai, China

    On Day 2 of the 15thWorld Wushu Championships we saw seasoned favorites grab gold and some new athletes rise to become champions as well. Russia’s queen of daoshu, Sandra Constantinova, flew through the air to claim top honors with a score of 9.653. Israel won its historic first gold WWC medal ever, with a dazzling…

  2. Day 1 – 15th World Wushu Championships, Shanghai, China

    Day 1 of the 15th World Wushu Championships got off to a rollicking start with a slew of high scores early on, and a packed audience enjoyed a morning session capped by Jet Li awarding the gold medal to delighted Macau Jianshu athlete Yi Li. Men’s Daoshu saw some fierce competition, as home team favorite…

  3. 15th World Wushu Championships Logo and Mascot Announced

    The 15th World Wushu Championships (WWC) will be held in Shanghai in October of 2019, and preparations are busily underway. The worldwide launch ceremony of the Championships’ logo and mascot was recently held at the Minhang Stadium in Shanghai, China on November 23. IOC Vice President and IWUF President Yu Zaiqing, Shanghai Vice Mayor and 15th WWC Preparatory Committee…

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