Great news from Indonesia! Martial House Star, Ho Lin Ying for attaining the Bronze medal in the Women’s Compulsory Taijiquan event at the 13th World Wushu Championships! Congratulations to Lin Ying! You have done Martial House and Singapore proud once again! Click here to watch her spectacular performance. Martial House & Wushu Daze would also like to congratulate Team Singapore athletes, Tan Xiang Tian & Fung Jin Jie for attaining a Gold & Bronze medals in the Men’s Xingyi Quan & Chunqiu Dadao events respectively.
After attaining the gold medal in the Men’s and Women’s Optional Changquan in the 28th SEA Games, Martial House Stars Yong Yi Xiang & Zoe Mui were featured on various newspapers. Wushu Daze has consolidated some of the news articels here for your reading pleasure: 1. The New Paper, page 12 of the sports section on 7 June 2015. 2. The Sunday Times, page 46 of the Sport section on 7 June 2015. 3. Lianhe Zaobao, page 17 of the sports section on 7 June 2015. 4. The New Paper, page 17 of the Sports section on 8 June 2015. 5. The Straits Times, page B21 of the Sport section on 8 June 2015. 6. Lianhe Zaobao, page 14 of the Sports section on 8 June 2015.
Day 1 of the 28th SEA Games Wushu Competition was definitely a fruitful one for Team Singapore as the Wushu athletes have attained a total of 3 Gold, 1 Silver & 1 Bronze medals! The medals came from the following athletes: Women’s Compulsory Taijiquan Tan Yan Ning Vera – Gold Ho Lin Yong – Bronze Men’s Optional Changquan Yong Yi Xiang – Gold Men’s Duel Event – Weapons Jesse Adalia Coin, Lee Zhe Xuan & Jowen Lim Si Wei – Gold Women’s Duel Event – Weapons Emily Sin Min Li & Zoe Mui Wei Ting – Silver These remarkable achievements have brought Singapore to the top of the medal standings for Wushu after day 1 of the competition. Congratulations Team Singapore! Hopefully the athletes are able to keep up the momentum to achieve outstanding results for the next two days of the Wushu competition! Click here to view the results of the competition. The spectators and supporters definitely played a large part in boosting the confidence of the athletes with their thunderous cheers! Kudos to those who took time off to watch the competition “live”to cheer for the athletes! You may catch all the action during day 1 of the Wushu competition on YouTube via Sport Singapore Channel! Part 1: http://youtu.be/DxFgthYe_8I Part 2: http://youtu.be/HSVtOidLjco Day 2 of the competition will commence tomorrow at Singapore EXPO Hall 2 from 2.00pm onwards.
Martial House Star Emily Sin has recently made a special appearance on episode 157 of the renowned Channel 8 local drama “118”! Along with her fellow team mate, Lee Tze Yuan, both Team Singapore Wushu athletes showcased a short demonstration of their specialised routines. Following was a short interaction session with the casts to promote the upcoming 28th SEA Games 2015. Missed the episode? Toggle is the solution! Click here to watch the video.
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All tickets for the Wushu competition of the 28th SEA Games 2015 are sold out! Did not manage to purchase your ticket? Fret not as you can still watch the competition through live streaming on YouTube! Click here to watch the broadcast.
Counting down to the last 5 days before the start of the 28th SEA Games 2015! The final full-dress rehearsal for the Opening Ceremony of the Games was held last evening. Many parents and students of Martial House were present at the National Stadium to witness the spectacular performance put up by more than 5,000 performers, including the Martial House Stars who were involved in the second act of the ceremony. Martial House Star, Koh Hao Xuan, has received quite a bit of media attention for his “aerial role” during the show! He was featured in today’s edition of The New Paper and Lianhe Zaobao. The New Paper, 31 May 2015, page 2 & 3 of the Sports section: Lianhe Zaobao, 31 May 2015, page 26 of the Sports section: Martial House Stars Yong Yi Xiang & Zoe Mui, who are representing Team Singapore for the Wushu competition of the Games were also featured in today’s edition of The Sunday Times! The Sunday Times, 31 May 2015, page 47 of the Sports section: