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A wushu participant displays his flying kick in the air during the National School Games Wushu Championships. Photo by Andrew JK Tan/SportSG news

Competitors display warrior spirit at Interschool Wushu Championships 2018

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The halls of Chung Cheng High School were filled with boisterous shouts during the week leading up to Good Friday. On a normally peaceful and quiet day, if you overheard these yells, chances are you would think a fight was taking place. However, if you took a peek into the venue, what you would find instead is a troop of young enthusiastic wushu competitors coming from all walks of life to present their best routine in the National School Games, Wushu Championships 2018.

 

A total of 73 schools around Singapore and 865 students participated in this year’s Wushu Championships. In order to have the opportunity to compete, a participant usually goes through gruelling training routines for two years before their skills are put to the test.

Nanyang Girls High and Hua Chong Institution came out as big winners of the competition with Nanyang Girls claiming first place for both the 'B' and 'C' division girls’ titles, while Hua Chong Institution secured top place in 'A' division girls and 'C' division boys titles. Other institutions that clinched the number one position included Victoria Junior college for 'A' division boys title and Victoria School for 'B' division boys title. Participants showcased their martial arts routine through flying kicks and energy-filled stances during featured competition categories such as Nanquan, Gunshu, Jianshu, Changquan and Taijiquan.

 

Scroll down to get in on the action with these young wushu competitors in their vibrant costumes: 

 Participants and Judges standing at attention before the commencement of the championships. Photo by Andrew JK Tan/SportSG 

Participants and Judges standing at attention before the commencement of the championships. Photo by Andrew JK Tan/SportSG

C Division Girls 1st International Nanquan competitior displaying her routine during the National School Wushu Championship. Photo by AndrewJKTan/SportSG

'C' Division Girls 1st International Nanquan competitior performing her routine during the National School Wushu Championship. Photo by Andrew JK Tan/SportSG

 

A young Nanquan competitor yells during his routine to show his "qi" at the National School Games Wushu Championship. Photo by Andrew JK Tan/SportSG

National School Games Wushu Championship Taijiquan competitors display their routine. Photo by Lim Sau Boon/SportSG 

National School Games Wushu Championship Taijiquan competitors performing their routine. Photo by Lim Sau Boon/SportSG

Medals up for grabs on the judges table. Photo by Lim Sau Boon/SportSG 

Medals up for grabs on the judges' table. Photo by Lim Sau Boon/SportSG

All girls group performances displayed by one of the participating schools during the finals of National School Games Wushu Championships. Photo by Freddy Chew/SportSG 

An all-girls group performances by one of the participating schools during the finals of National School Games Wushu Championships. Photo by Freddy Chew/SportSG


 

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