2003 World Wushu Championships

The 2003 World Wushu Championships was the 7th edition of the World Wushu Championships. It was held at the Indoor Stadium of the Macau Polytechnic Institute in Macau, China from November 3 to November 7, 2003.[1][2] 411 athletes from 59 IWUF national federations participated in this event. This is the first edition where women's sanshou was added.

2003 World Wushu Championships
VenueIndoor Stadium of the Macau Polytechnic Institute
LocationMacau Macau, China
Start dateNovember 2, 1999
End dateNovember 7, 1999
Competitors411 from 59 nations

Medal summary Edit

Medal table Edit

  *   Host nation (Host nation (Macau))

RankNOCGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  China171018
2  Vietnam45312
3  Russia3609
4  Hong Kong25411
5  Myanmar2406
6  South Korea2327
7  Philippines2248
8  Macau*2046
9  Japan1225
10  Egypt1214
11  United States1113
12  Iran1023
13  Netherlands1001
14  Malaysia0235
15  Azerbaijan0202
16  Mexico0112
17  Brazil0101
  Italy0101
  Poland0101
20  Romania0044
  Turkey0044
22  Chinese Taipei0033
  France0033
24  India0022
  Mongolia0022
  Singapore0022
  Sweden0022
  Yemen0022
29  Canada0011
  Greece0011
  Spain0011
Totals (31 entries)393954132

Men's taolu Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Changquan Zhao Qingjian
  China
Vladimir Krassiouk
  Russia
To Yu-hang
  Hong Kong
Daoshu Arvin Ting
  Philippines
To Yu-hang
  Hong Kong
Kweon Heung-seok
  South Korea
Gunshu Fei Bao Xian
  Netherlands
Vladimir Krassiouk
  Russia
Hsiao Yung-sheng
  Chinese Taipei
Jianshu Wei Jian
  China
Pyi Wai Phyo
  Myanmar
Lim Yew Fai
  Malaysia
Qiangshu Chow Ting Yu
  Hong Kong
Oh Poh Soon
  Malaysia
Willy Wang
  Philippines
Nanquan Cheng Ka Ho
  Hong Kong
Ho Ro Bin
  Malaysia
Lee Seung-kuen
  South Korea
Nandao Trần Trọng Tuấn
  Vietnam
Chan Siu Kit
  Hong Kong
Leong Hong Man
  Macau
Nangun Huang Shaoxiong
  China
Cheng Ka Ho
  Hong Kong
Ho Ro Bin
  Malaysia
Taijiquan Yi Peng
  China
Toshiya Watanabe
  Japan
Goh Qiu Bin
  Singapore
Taijijian Toshiya Watanabe
  Japan
Jang Young-ho
  South Korea
Chang Shih-po
  Chinese Taipei
Duilian   China
Zhao Qingjian
Yi Peng
Wei Jian
  Hong Kong
To Yu-hang
Chan Siu Kit
Chow Ting Yu
  Malaysia
Lim Yew Fai
Ang Eng Chong
Pui Fook Chien

Men's sanda Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Rene Catalan
  Philippines
Thein Htike Oo
  Myanmar
Chao Chi Meng
  Macau
Mohammed Al-Ashwal
  Yemen
52 kg Li Bijin
  China
Woo Seung-soo
  South Korea
Naji Al-Ashwal
  Yemen
Hüseyin Dündar
  Turkey
56 kg Zhang Shuaike
  China
Cha Jun-youl
  South Korea
Ölziibadrakhyn Saruul-Od
  Mongolia
Rexel Nganhayna
  Philippines
60 kg Kim Gwee-jong
  South Korea
Baharaddin Salimov
  Azerbaijan
Frédéric Tocqueville
  France
Joseph Pasiwat
  Philippines
65 kg Jung Sung-hun
  South Korea
Tamer Hassan
  Egypt
Vang Moua
  France
Anders Persson
  Sweden
70 kg Tai Puqing
  China
Murad Akhadov
  Russia
Magsarjavyn Batjargal
  Mongolia
Süleyman Şahin
  Turkey
75 kg Dzhanhuat Beletov
  Russia
Zheng Yuhao
  China
Hossein Ojaghi
  Iran
Gerardo Cerda
  Mexico
80 kg Liu Hailong
  China
Mohamed Selit
  Egypt
Stéphane Attelly
  France
Eugen Preda
  Romania
85 kg Mohammad Reza Jafari
  Iran
Rasaf Mehdiyev
  Azerbaijan
Leontin Bocancea
  Romania
Alfonso Valcárcel
  Spain
90 kg Wael Moursi
  Egypt
Pat Barry
  United States
Ali Asghar Shabani
  Iran
Cătălin Zmărăndescu
  Romania
+90 kg Bozigit Ataev
  Russia
Antón Cano
  Mexico
None awarded
None awarded

Women's taolu Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Changquan Cao Jing
  China
Daria Tarasova
  Russia
Nguyễn Thị Mỹ Đức
  Vietnam
Daoshu Nguyễn Thúy Hiền
  Vietnam
Xu Huihui
  Italy
Wong Wun Yee
  Hong Kong
Gunshu Daria Tarasova
  Russia
Đàm Thanh Xuân
  Vietnam
Ava Choy
  Canada
Jianshu Han Jing
  Macau
Ekaterina Stenicheva
  Russia
Khor Poh Chin
  Singapore
Qiangshu Zhao Yangyang
  China
Nguyễn Thị Mỹ Đức
  Vietnam
Chong Sao Lan
  Macau
Nanquan Luo Hao
  China
Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Oanh
  Vietnam
Angie Tsang
  Hong Kong
Nandao Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Oanh
  Vietnam
Angie Tsang
  Hong Kong
Sachiko Takeda
  Japan
Nangun Swe Swe Thant
  Myanmar
Lily So
  Philippines
Ten Yu
  Chinese Taipei
Taijiquan Guo Yina
  China
Khaing Khaing Maw
  Myanmar
Emi Akazawa
  Japan
Taijijian Khaing Khaing Maw
  Myanmar
Emi Akazawa
  Japan
Bùi Mai Phương
  Vietnam
Duilian   Macau
Han Jing
Chong Sao Lan
  Philippines
Lily So
May Lim
  Hong Kong
Angie Tsang
Wong Wun Yee

Women's sanda Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Li Yonghong
  China
Thin Zar Soe
  Myanmar
Jennifer Lagilag
  Philippines
Bùi Thị Như Trang
  Vietnam
52 kg Qin Lizi
  China
Nguyễn Thị Hồng Hà
  Vietnam
Maria Avramidou
  Greece
Clara Patrugan
  Romania
56 kg Ngô Thị Hà
  Vietnam
Ekaterina Nikolaeva
  Russia
Nora Anwar
  Egypt
Hanife Altun
  Turkey
60 kg Huang Zhifang
  China
Nguyễn Thùy Ngân
  Vietnam
Susan Paschkewitz
  United States
Hanna Sillen
  Sweden
65 kg Wu Chaolai
  China
Juliana Justino
  Brazil
Sonu Devi
  India
Kıymet Karpuzoğlu
  Turkey
70 kg Elaina Maxwell
  United States
Joanna Skamla
  Poland
Megha Bisht
  India
Lam Lai Chan
  Macau

References Edit

  1. ^ "7th World Wushu Championships, 2003, Macau, China, Results" (PDF). International Wushu Federation. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2019-09-21.
  2. ^ "World Wushu Championships opens in Macao". Xinhua General News Service. Macau. 2003-11-03. Retrieved 2021-09-11.