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WushuCanada

Home to our Canadian Wushu Champions
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Welcome to WushuCanada.com, the official home of the Canadian Wushu Movement. Wushu is the essence of Chinese Martial Arts and is an officially recognized sport by the International Olympic Committee.  Wushu includes non-combative Taolu or Routine Competition as well as full-contact Sanda or Combative Competition.

National Grading Recipients

  • 1st Annual Grading 2002 - View
  • 2nd Annual Grading 2004 - View
  • 3rd Annual Grading 2006 - View
  • 4th Annual Grading 2008 - View
  • 5th Annual Grading 2010 - View
  • 6th Annual Grading 2012 - View
  • 7th Annual Grading 2014 - View
  • 8th Annual Grading 2016 - View

Featured

Posted in: Community News
February 26, 201729 days ago

New Media Officer

WushuCanada would like to introduce Ms. Amy Tuen, who will be our new Media Officer. As Media Officer Amy will be sending out information for WushuCanada and Wushu Ontario regarding upcoming events, functions, and important updates. If you are a member or non-member and would like to receive this information please provide your email address in the newsletter subscription box on the sidebar.
Pictures from the 2016 Canadian Wushu Achievement Awards and Wushu Hall of Fame
January 9, 20172 months ago

Congratulations to the following athletes...

Congratulations to the following athletes who will represent Canada for the 2017 World University Summer Games to be held in August 17-22, 2017 in Tai Pei.


Men:
Philip Wong (Nan Quan / NanGun combined) - Toronto
Jason Chen-Leung (Chang Quan)- Calgary Jordan Banker (Men Sanda 82 Kg.) - Ottawa

Women:
Megan Tsang (Taiji Quan and Jian combined) - Edmonton
Jeneva Beairsto (Chang Quan) - Vancouver

Best Regards

Sunny Tang/ President

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