Jun 23, 4 years ago

1st National Wu-Shu Training & Grading Camp starts

1st National Wu-Shu Training & Grading Camp starts

The WFSL pleased to inform you that the 1st National Wu-Shu Training & Grading Camp will be held in June 23-27, 2014 at the indoor stadium of Ministry of Sports.

The program is sponsored by Beijing Sports University and organized by Ruchira Bodinagoda, Hemantha Rajapaksha & Vijith Edirisinghe under the guidance of the president of WFSL; Manel Dharmakeerthi.

The WFSL provides a standard to evaluate and assign training and rank to all Wu-Shu coaches. The WFSL believes that with real level of skill in Wu-Shu can contribute to the development and promotion of Wu-Shu, in Sri Lanka.

The Training & grading evaluation are going to be very sensitive and very important for all the coaches in Sri Lanka. And this will be a good motivation to all Wu-Shu stylists who have real skills or have made real contributions.

The training & ranking will be done by Professor Ling Yang Jung, Professor Chen Chao some of the best Wu-Shu masters in the world, directly from Beijing Sports University.

Also on 28th June 2014 there will be a training programme for school & club players under the categories of Taolu and Sanshou at 09:00 am onwards at the Bankhill Sports – Pelawatta.

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