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    11th New England International Chinese Martial Arts Championships

    11th New England International Chinese Martial Arts Championships

    BASIC INFORMATION

    Dates: Events scoring will take place December 1-10

    Location: Online

    Registration Dates: extended to October 31

    Individual Competition Registration Form

    Group Competition Registration Form

    美国第十一届新英格兰国际武术锦标赛(网上比赛)

    基本信息

    比赛日期:赛事评分将于12月1日至10日进行

    地点:网上

    报名截止日期:10月31日

    人比赛报名表

    集体比赛报名表

    RULES AND REGULATIONS

    For the second year in a row, the New England Championships will be an online event. Competitors will submit competition videos and then our qualified judges will score them.

    This year, we are not shipping medals except by special request.

    However, all competitors will receive a Certificate of Participation and Certificates of Award for all events in which they finish 5th place or higher, at no extra charge.

    Age groups: 7 & under, 8-10, 11-13, 14-17, 18-39, 40-59, 60+

    Experience levels: Beginning, intermediate, and advanced

    For complete competition rules, please see the Rules and Regulations page.

    规章制度

    连续第二年美国新英格兰国际锦标赛将是一项网上赛事。 参赛者将提交比赛视频,进而裁判团将对其进行评分。

    今年除非有特殊要求赛事组委不会发奖牌。

    但每位参赛者都有参赛证书和在比赛项目中获得第5名以上的成绩都将有获奖证书,另不收额外费用 。

    年龄组:7岁以下、8-10岁、11-13岁、14-17岁、18-39岁、40-59岁、60岁以上

    经验水平:初级、中级和高级

    有关完整的比赛规则,请参阅规章制度页面。
    I wonder if online competitions will continue after the pandemic has subsided.
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    The Opening Ceremony of the 2021 IWUF Wushu Taolu Virtual Competition

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    2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships

    Chungcheongbuk-do to Host the 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships and WMC Convention 2021



    The 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships is held for five days from October 29 at the online studio. During the event the World Martial Arts Masterships Committee (WMC) Convention 2021 is also held from October 28 to 30. The 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships is the first online international martial arts multi-games. Under the theme of New Challenge, Open World, it featuring 10 martial arts categories including official Olympics events, Judo and Taekwondo will be participated by 3,300 people from 100 countries. The event will serve as a stage for the exchange of martial arts information across the world and suggest the direction to be pursued by the martial arts world in the pandemic era through the slogan, No visas, No passports, No borders, No COVID-19. The matches and judging will take place on the online platform established by the WMC and the match operation and all the events will be streamed online. (Graphic: Business Wire)
    The 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships is held for five days from October 29 at the online studio. During the event the World Martial Arts Masterships Committee (WMC) Convention 2021 is also held from October 28 to 30. The 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships is the first online international martial arts multi-games. Under the theme of New Challenge, Open World, it featuring 10 martial arts categories including official Olympics events, Judo and Taekwondo will be participated by 3,300 people from 100 countries. The event will serve as a stage for the exchange of martial arts information across the world and suggest the direction to be pursued by the martial arts world in the pandemic era through the slogan, No visas, No passports, No borders, No COVID-19. The matches and judging will take place on the online platform established by the WMC and the match operation and all the events will be streamed online.

    The 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships is held for five days from October 29 at the online studio. During the event the World Martial Arts Masterships Committee (WMC) Convention 2021 is also held from October 28 to 30. The 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships is the first online international martial arts multi-games. Under the theme of New Challenge, Open World, it featuring 10 martial arts categories including official Olympics events, Judo and Taekwondo will be participated by 3,300 people from 100 countries. The event will serve as a stage for the exchange of martial arts information across the world and suggest the direction to be pursued by the martial arts world in the pandemic era through the slogan, No visas, No passports, No borders, No COVID-19. The matches and judging will take place on the online platform established by the WMC and the match operation and all the events will be streamed online.



    October 19, 2021 08:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
    CHEONGJU, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships (online.mastership.org) and World Martial Arts Masterships Committee (WMC) Convention 2021 (http://www.wmc-convention.com) will be held for six days from October 28 at the online studio and Grand Plaza Cheongju Hotel in Chungcheongbuk-do.

    “No visas, No passports, No borders, No COVID-19.”

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    Hosted by Chungcheongbuk-do and WMC, organized by WMC and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation, the 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships, under the patronage of UNESCO, is the first online international martial arts multi-games held for the purpose of overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic and promoting a continuous exchange of global martial artists.

    Under the theme of ‘New Challenge, Open World’, the event featuring 10 martial arts categories including official Olympics events, Judo and Taekwondo will be participated by 3,300 people from 100 countries. The event will serve as a stage for the exchange of martial arts information across the world and suggest the direction to be pursued by the martial arts world in the pandemic era through the slogan, “No visas, No passports, No borders, No COVID-19.”

    Martial artists from each country will demonstrate their forms for the respective category, such as Poomsae and Kata online, and the judges will also assess the forms and rank the participants online. The matches and judging will take place on the online platform established by the WMC and the match operation and all the events will be streamed live online.

    The WMC Convention 2021 will also be held from October 28 to 30.

    Following last year, the WMC Convention has also adopted the hybrid (online and offline) method this year and the program will consist of World Martial Arts Industry Fair, Academic Conference, World Martial Arts Leaders Forum, and the WMC General Meeting. All the programs of the WMC Convention will be live-streamed through its website and YouTube channel.

    The WMC has attained an international status by being approved as a Permanent Consultative Member (PCM) of the Intergovernmental Committee for Physical Education and Sport (CIGEPS) in UNESCO and as the code signatory of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and it is the first martial arts and sports organization in Korea to participate in the Sports for Climate Action of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).


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    World Martial Arts Masterships Committee
    LEE SANG HO
    +82-43-220-8775
    zuzu0718@mastership.org
    Yet another one. This thread is trending...
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    Somer results on the 2021 Online World Martial Arts Masterships above

    Vietnam bag gold medals at world online martial arts tournament
    By Hoang Nguyen November 4, 2021 | 02:03 pm GMT+7

    A screenshot of a Vietnamese athlete at the Online World Martial Arts Masterships 2021.
    Vietnamese athletes scored big at Online World Martial Arts Masterships 2021 that concluded Tuesday.
    They clinched five gold, seven silver and four bronze medals in the five-day online event. Vietnam participated in Kurash, Judo and traditional martial arts.

    The Kurash team grabbed four gold and one silver, the Judo team one gold and three silver while the traditional martial arts team won three silver and four bronze medals.

    With 16 medals in total, Vietnam are ranked third at the event, while South Korea are first with 73 medals, followed by the Philippines with 23.

    Online World Martial Arts Masterships 2021 aims to provide new opportunities for martial artists from all over the world during the Covid-19 pandemic.

    The event, hosted by World Martial Art Masterships Committee, welcomed over 3,300 participants from 100 nations, competing in 10 categories. Preliminary rounds occured from Sep. 1 to 30 while the main event took place from Oct. 29 to Nov. 2.
    Any of the other aforementioned online events get any press at all? Please to share if you find any...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneChing View Post
    Any of the other aforementioned online events get any press at all? Please to share if you find any...
    found some on the IWuF comp...

    Brunei wushu athletes shine at international virtual meet
    November 14, 2021
    Fadhil Yunus

    Brunei Darussalam wushu athletes produced a strong showing in the International Wushu Federation’s (IWF) Wushu Taolu Virtual Competition 2021.

    The country’s top female practitioner Basma Lachkar led the way with a first category prize in the Taijiquan event after posting a score of 8.583 points and a second category prize in the Taijijian event with 8.303 points.

    Her compatriot and fellow Southeast Asian Games (SEA) medallist Hosea Wong Zheng Yu emulated the feat of attaining a first category prize in the Taijiquan event with 8.173 points.

    The quartet of Lim Yee Sean, Li Ziyan, Walid Lachkar and Abel Lim Wee Yuan also impressed in the international stage after earning good results.

    Lim Yee Sean made a mark in the Taijijian event after winning a first category prize with 8.333 points followed by a second category prize in the Taijiquan event with a score of 8.486 points.

    The trio of Li Ziyan, Walid Lachkar and Abel Lim Wee Yuan also attained second category prizes in their respective events.

    National wushu coach Li Hui expressed satisfaction with the performances of the four new athletes whose online appearances served, as good preparations for future international tournaments.


    Wushu athlete Li Ziyan. PHOTO: WFBD
    L Nelson bags second place in Jianshu event at IWUF Wushu Taolu Virtual Competition
    ****02-Nov-2021


    IMPHAL, Nov 1
    Leimapokpam Nelson Meitei representing Wushu Association of India finished second in the Jianshu Group B event of in the 2021 IWUF Wushu Taolu Virtual Competition being underway since October 27.
    Meanwhile, Manipur's Jona Princie Konsam competing in the Taijijian Group B event secured third and Achom Tapas managed fourth place in the Daoshu Group B event, said founder secretary of Wushu Association of Manipur in a statement.
    The competition will continue till November 3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneChing View Post
    found some on the IWuF comp...
    The youtube channel is very interesting. Very few views of the competition 3 weeks ago. There are some great performances buried in there. I'm going to find more when I have spare time. A lot of really bad ones to. Its almost like happy-hour at a Senior Center tai chi class. There's probably a lot more drunken forms since people were sending in footage instead of showing up in person:

    https://www.youtube.com/user/iwufwushu/videos

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    Good one YinOrYan

    Quote Originally Posted by yinoryan View Post
    its almost like happy-hour at a senior center tai chi class.
    roflmao :d
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