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As a five-year-old, his father Ma Xianda took him to train with his grandfather, Ma Fengtu where he learned his family styles Tongbeiquan, Piguaquan, Fanziquan, Bajiquan, and Cuojiao. At the age of 11, Ma Yue won the Xian city and Shaanxi province all-around championships and beat renowned International Wushu champ Zhao Changjun.
In 1983, he won a four gold awards, placing firsts in fanzi, pigua, short weapon and straight sword. Ma Yue has since had a long career in the martial arts. He is a Chinese National Wushu Champion, two-time gold medallist and a graduate of Wushu University of China.
- Gigi Oh. "An interview with Grandmaster Ma Xianda". Retrieved 2008-10-15.
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