2001 World Wushu Championships

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2001 World Championships
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Host city Armenia Yerevan, Armenia
Dates October 31 – November 5
Main venue Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex
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The 2001 World Wushu Championships are the 6th edition of the World Wushu Championships, and were held at Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex in Yerevan, Armenia from October 31 to November 5, 2001.

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 12 1 0 13
2  Vietnam 8 6 6 20
3  South Korea 5 1 3 9
4  Hong Kong 4 9 4 17
5  Russia 3 2 5 10
6  Iran 3 1 3 7
7  Myanmar 3 1 2 6
8  Japan 2 4 4 10
9  Brazil 1 2 3 6
10  Netherlands 1 2 1 4
11  Armenia 1 0 3 4
12  Ukraine 0 2 3 5
13  Egypt 0 2 2 4
14  Belarus 0 2 1 3
 United States 0 2 1 3
16  Romania 0 1 0 1
 Uzbekistan 0 1 0 1
18  Lebanon 0 0 3 3
19  Italy 0 0 2 2
 Poland 0 0 2 2
21  Canada 0 0 1 1
Total 43 39 49 131

Medal summary[edit]

Men's taolu[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Changquan (New) Jiang Bangjun
 China
Dennis To
 Hong Kong
Vladimir Krassiouk
 Russia
Changquan (Old) Park Chan-dea
 South Korea
Fei Bao Xian
 Netherlands
Pyi Wai Phyo
 Myanmar
Daoshu (New) Sun Chunhe
 China
Dennis To
 Hong Kong
Fui Yonemoto
 Japan
Daoshu (Old) Fei Bao Xian
 Netherlands
Park Chan-dea
 South Korea
Andriy Koval
 Ukraine
Gunshu (New) Yuan Xindong
 China
Fei Bao Xian
 Netherlands
Dennis To
 Hong Kong
Gunshu (Old) Park Chan-dea
 South Korea
Trương Quốc Chí
 Vietnam
Pyi Wai Phyo
 Myanmar
Jianshu (New) Ryoji Sakuma
 Japan
Cheung Man Keung
 Hong Kong
Ashot Azizyan
 Armenia
Jianshu (Old) Pyi Wai Phyo
 Myanmar
Chow Ting Yu
 Hong Kong
Javid Didari
 Iran
Qiangshu (New) Cheung Man Keung
 Hong Kong
Andrew Nguyen
 United States
Lorenzo Paglia
 Italy
Qiangshu (Old) Javid Didari
 Iran
Chow Ting Yu
 Hong Kong
Yuriy Besarab
 Ukraine
Nanquan Kim Young-jea
 South Korea
Cheng Ka Ho
 Hong Kong
Lê Quang Huy
 Vietnam
Nandao Trần Trọng Tuấn
 Vietnam
Cheng Ka Ho
 Hong Kong
Lê Quang Huy
 Vietnam
Nangun Lê Quang Huy
 Vietnam
Cheng Ka Ho
 Hong Kong
Trần Trọng Tuấn
 Vietnam
Taijiquan Kong Xiangdong
 China
Toshiya Watanabe
 Japan
Yang Seong-chan
 South Korea
Taijijian Yang Seong-chan
 South Korea
Toshiya Watanabe
 Japan
Lorenzo Paglia
 Italy

Men's sanda[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Shi Xufei
 China
Phan Quốc Vinh
 Vietnam
Rabiea Gamil
 Egypt
None awarded
52 kg Kang Yonggang
 China
Dragoş Lungu
 Romania
Woo Seung-soo
 South Korea
Wong Ting Hong
 Hong Kong
56 kg Diệp Bảo Minh
 Vietnam
Ibragim Magomedov
 Belarus
Uelber Alves Santos
 Brazil
Youness Yassine
 Lebanon
60 kg Kim Gwee-jong
 South Korea
Timur Magomedov
 Russia
Trần Xuân Ánh
 Vietnam
Albert Pope
 United States
65 kg Ge Riletu
 China
Phùng Anh Tuấn
 Vietnam
Dzhanhuat Beletov
 Russia
Bulat Murgaev
 Belarus
70 kg Kajik Dalyan
 Armenia
Li Jie
 China
Mansour Norouzi
 Iran
Murad Akhadov
 Russia
75 kg Yuan Yubao
 China
Hossein Ojaghi
 Iran
Arthur Hakobyan
 Armenia
Emerson Almeida
 Brazil
80 kg Eduardo Fujihira
 Brazil
Mohamed Selit
 Egypt
Armen Vardanyan
 Armenia
Shinichiro Hamamatsu
 Japan
85 kg Mohammad Reza Jafari
 Iran
André Assis
 Brazil
Krzysztof Kęsek
 Poland
Basel El-Kanany
 Egypt
90 kg Ali Asghar Shaabani
 Iran
Wael Moursi
 Egypt
Yazid Abi Khalil
 Lebanon
None awarded
+90 kg Bazigit Atayev
 Russia
Denis Sobolev
 Belarus
Ali Mirmiran
 Iran
Rafat Czerniakowski
 Poland

Women's taolu[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Changquan (New) Ekaterina Stenicheva
 Russia
Shared gold Akiko Kawasaki
 Japan
Đàm Thanh Xuân
 Vietnam
Changquan (Old) Nguyễn Thúy Hiền
 Vietnam
Olena Nizamutdinova
 Ukraine
Paula Amidani
 Brazil
Daoshu (New) Nguyễn Thúy Hiền
 Vietnam
Akiko Kawasaki
 Japan
Cheung Pui Si
 Netherlands
Daoshu (Old) Đàm Thanh Xuân
 Vietnam
Olena Nizamutdinova
 Ukraine
Irina Antsygina
 Russia
Gunshu (New) Wang Xiaonan
 China
Akiko Kawasaki
 Japan
Irina Antsygina
 Russia
Gunshu (Old) Lo Nga Ching
 Hong Kong
Đàm Thanh Xuân
 Vietnam
Olena Nizamutdinova
 Ukraine
Jianshu (New) Liu Qinghua
 China
Ekaterina Stenicheva
 Russia
Yun Sun-kyung
 South Korea
Jianshu (Old) Lo Nga Ching
 Hong Kong
Liliya Kachurina
 Uzbekistan
Joelle Bassil
 Lebanon
Qiangshu (New) Ekaterina Stenicheva
 Russia
Anita Lopez
 United States
Carmen Lau
 Canada
Qiangshu (Old) Nguyễn Thúy Hiền
 Vietnam
Juliana Justino
 Brazil
None awarded
Nanquan Ding Huiru
 China
Nguyễn Phương Lan
 Vietnam
Angie Tsang
 Hong Kong
Nandao Swe Swe Thant
 Myanmar
Angie Tsang
 Hong Kong
Nguyễn Phương Lan
 Vietnam
Nangun Swe Swe Thant
 Myanmar
Nguyễn Phương Lan
 Vietnam
Angie Tsang
 Hong Kong
Taijiquan Fan Xueping
 China
Khaing Khaing Maw
 Myanmar
Emi Akazawa
 Japan
Taijijian Li Fai
 Hong Kong
Shared gold Nguyễn Quỳnh Trang
 Vietnam
Emi Akazawa
 Japan

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