“Standing on the podium was a great honour, watching my flag being raised up was a memorable moment of my life.” Indeed, 23 September 2014 is a day which Team Singapore athlete, Tan Yan Ni, will never forget as she attained the Bronze medal in the Women’s Changquan Event at the Incheon Asian Games 2014! Catch the full competition video for the Women’s Changquan Event below. Yan Ni’s performance starts from 21:30. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ne7ygn88lUA This Bronze medal does not only add on to Singapore’s medal tally but also ended Singapore’s 8-year medal drought for Wushu in the Asian Games since 2006. The last medal attained by a Singaporean in Asian Games for Wushu was former Team Singapore athlete, Goh Qiu Bin, when he attained a Bronze medal in the Men’s Combined Taijiquan & Taijijian Events. Martial House Stars, Yong Yi Xiang and Samuel Tan, have also done well in this Asian Games. Yi Xiang came in 5th in the Men’s Changquan Event with a score of 9.55 while Samuel came in 11th Men’s Combined Taijiquan & Taijijian Events. http://youtu.be/zGWYhwhQUNo Below are the consolidated results of Team Singapore Wushu athletes: 1. Women’s Changquan Event – Tan Yan Ni (Bronze – 3rd) 2. Women’s Combined Taijiquan & Taijijian Events – Vera Tan (4th) 3. Men’s Changquan – Yong Yi Xiang (5th) 4. Women’s Combined Taijiquan & Taijijian Events – Valerie Wee (7th) 5. Men’s Combined Taijiquan & Taijijian Events – Lee Tze Yuan (8th) 6. Men’s Combined Taijiquan & Taijijian Events – Samuel Tan (11th) Congratulations to all athletes!