The South African Wushu Federation sent a team of 19 Proteas to represent South Africa at the 6th World Traditional Wushu Championship in Chizhou City, Anhui Province, China. The Championship, which was held from the 23rd to the 29th October 2014, was highly successful with approximately 45 countries participating. The team brought back 2 silver and 12 bronze medals making it a truly successful championship for South Africa.
National Protea Wushu Team who competed in the 6th World Traditional Wushu Championship:
Tammy Davey – Team Manager
Jurgens Lamprecht – Team Coach
Musa Mahlaba – Tem Captain
Zunaid Mamdoo – Team Vice-
Lukas Janse van Rensburg – Junior Protea
Nerine Du Plessis – Junior Protea
Righard Strauss – Junior Protea
Cameron Cundill – Junior Protea
Erin McCardle – Junior Protea
Ruan Wessels – Junior Protea
This professional and highly successful Championship was hosted by the International Wushu Federation (a member of the IOC and SportAccord) and the Chinese Wushu Association, and was organised by the Sports Administration of the Anhui Province, Tourism Bureau of Anhui Province and the Municipal People’s Government of Chizhou City.