[Updated] Day 3 – Wushu @ 6th ASEAN Schools Games

6th ASEAN Schools Games - Wushu 4 Today marks the third and final day of Wushu competition at the 6th ASEAN Schools Games. After 3 days of intense competition, Singapore has attained 1 Gold & 1 Bronze medals! 6th ASEAN Schools Games - Wushu 6 The gold medal was attained by Lee Chyi Fang from Hwa Chong Institution, while the Bronze medal was attained by Benedict Khoo from Meridian Junior College! Well done! 6th ASEAN Schools Games - Wushu Day 5 P.S. The medals are awarded based on the athletes’ total combined scores for 2 events and not based on scores of individual events as mentioned is the previous 2 posts. Corrections have been made and Wushu Daze would like to apologise for the confusion caused. 6th ASEAN Schools Games - Wushu 7 Wushu Daze would like to thank Martial House Coach, Wang Kai Ting, for providing us with the latest updates and photos of the competition. Also, congratulations to Coach Kai Ting for completing her duties as the judge of the 6th ASEAN Schools Games! 6th ASEAN Schools Games - Wushu 8 Catch Lee Chyi Fang’s exclusive interview by the Ministry of Education (MOE) below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYhSG80pRyI Once again, congratulations to all athletes for completing the competition and let’s wish Martial House Star, Emily Sin and her team mates, Lee Tze Yuan and Low Jia Jia Gladys all the best for the ASEAN University Games which will commence next week! AUG

[Updated] Day 2 – Wushu @ 6th ASEAN Schools Games

6th ASEAN Schools Games - Wushu 2 It is Day 2 of Wushu at the 6th ASEAN Schools Games and Singapore has attained another 1st placing! The 1st placing was attained by Lee Chyi Fang in the Women’s Group A Jianshu/Daoshu event. Congratulations! Below are some of the results of our Singaporean athletes who competed in today’s event: Women’s Group B Jianshu/Daoshu Ong Li Cheng – 6th Natalie Ong – 10th Women’s Group A Jianshu/Daoshu Lee Chyi Fang – 1st Jonit Kiong – 4th Men’s Group B Nangun Colin Teo – 5th Men’s Group A Nangun Sean Ng – 6th

[Updated] Day 1 – Wushu @ 6th ASEAN Schools Games

6th ASEAN Schools Games - Wushu The 6th ASEAN Schools Games (ASG) is held in Manila, Philippines, from 29 November to 7 December 2014. This edition of ASG included the sport, Wushu, for the very first time! Under the guidance of Coach He Changjiang & Assistant Coach Wang Kai Ting, 12 outstanding local Wushu athletes will be representing the Singapore Schools Sports Council (SSSC) to compete in 3 days worth of Wushu events. These athletes are: 1. Lee Chyi Fang – Hwa Chong Institution 2. Phua Jia Yi – Victoria Junior College 3. Jonit Kiong Zhi Yan – Victoria Junior College 4. Natalie Ong – Nanyang Girl’s High School 5. Gan Huixin Keziah – Nanyang Girl’s High School 6. Ong Li Cheng – Temasek Junior College 7. Sean Ng – Meridian Junior College 8. Sim Ren Zoe – Victoria Junior College 9. Benedict Khoo Kim Hoe – Meridian Junior College 10. Lim Chee Siong, Shawn – Chung Cheng High School (Main) 11. Lee Chang Ming Jon – Chung Cheng High School (Main) 12. Colin Teo Kai Xuan – Anglican High School Besides being the Assistant Coach of the team, Martial House Coach Wang Kai Ting is also the Singapore’s representative to be one of the judges for the competition. Today is the first day of the Wushu competition and our athletes have done Singapore proud by attaining one 1st placing & two 3rd placings! 6th ASEAN Schools Games - Wushu Day 1 In the Women’s Group A Changquan event, Jonit Kiong and Lee Chyi Fang attained the 1st and 3rd placing respectively, and in the Men’s Group A Taijiquan event, Benedict Khoo, from Meridian Junior College, achieved a 3rd placing! 6th ASEAN Schools Games - Wushu 3 Both Sean Ng and and Colin Teo were very close to the top three placing as they were ranked 4th in the Men’s Group A and Group B Nanquan events respectively. Below are some of the results of our Singaporean athletes who competed in today’s Wushu events: Women’s Group B Changquan Ong Li Cheng – 6th Natalie Ong – 10th Men’s Group B Nanquan Colin Teo – 4th Women’s Group A Changquan Jonit Kiong – 1st Lee Chyi Fang – 3rd Men’s Group A Nanquan Sean Ng – 4th With 2 more days of competition, let’s wish our athletes all the best!