Martial House @ Wushu TrailBlazer 2015, Xin Xiu ELITE Summit

IMG_5916 On 1 & 2 August 2015, a total of 84 Martial House athletes participated in the Wushu TrailBlazer 2015, Xin Xiu ELITE Summit. These athletes represented 4 contingents, namely: 1. Martial House 2. Victoria School 3. Pei Hwa Secondary School 4. Meridian Junior College IMG_5905 The Martial House contingent was represented by 66 athletes, making it the largest participating contingent in the entire competition! IMG_5932 During the 2-day event, athletes faced intense competition from both local and international contingents. After numerous hard fought battles in the various events, the Martial House athletes attained a total of 36 Gold, 16 SIlver & 13 Bronze medals! 1. Martial House Wushu TrailBlazer 2015, Xin Xiu ELITE Summit - Martial House Results 2. Victoria School Wushu TrailBlazer 2015, Xin Xiu ELITE Summit - Victoria School Results 3. Pei Hwa Secondary School Wushu TrailBlazer 2015, Xin Xiu ELITE Summit - Pei Hwa Secondary School Results 4. Meridian Junior College Wushu TrailBlazer 2015, Xin Xiu ELITE Summit - Meridian Junior College Results Congratulations to all prize winners! To those who did not win, do not be discouraged. Continue to work hard as your time to shine will come eventually. Hope this competition provided a great learning experience to all participants! IMG_5887 Wushu competition is not just about winning. It provides a platform for students to understand and appreciate the various forms of Wushu, both traditional and contemporary. It also provides the opportunity for students to interact and learn from one another! IMG_5918 Wushu competition also helps to train one’s determination and perserverance. When they enrolled their children for Wushu classes with Martial House, Mdm. Gina Koh and her husband also enrolled themselves for adult Taiji classes. As a beginner, Mdm. Koh faced challenges during the early learning phase as she was unfamiliar with the movements of Taiji. However, she was determined to improve. Besides her regular weekly classes, Mdm. Koh would also practise her movements while waiting for her children’s Wushu class to end. Slowly but gradually, Mdm. Koh overcame those challenges and became comfortable executing the varying Taiji movements. She continued to boost her confidence and eventually, she decided to participate in her first competition where she attained two Gold medals! Well done Mdm. Koh! IMG_5912Martial House & Wushu Daze¬†would like to congratulate and thank Sino Wushu for organising such a successful event! And to all Martial House athletes, continue to work hard and train hard, to conquer bigger stage and competition!

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