Wushu at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games

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Wushu
at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games
Southeast Asian Games 2005 stamp of the Philippines Wushu.jpg
Logo of wushu at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games on a 2005 stamp of the Philippines
VenueEAC Gymnasium
LocationErmita, Manila
Start dateNovember 28, 2005
End dateNovember 30, 2005

Wushu at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games took place in the Emilio Aguinaldo College Gymnasium, in Ermita, Manila, Philippines.

The event was held from November 28–30.

Wushu (simplified Chinese: 武术; traditional Chinese: 武術; pinyin: wǔshù) literally means "martial art". It is a more precise term than the widely used term kung fu, which can mean either martial art or "skill": a craftsman or artisan could be said to have good "kung fu" in the way in which they carry out their craft; in the same way, a wushu practitioner can also be said to have good "kung fu" in their wushu practice. In the broadest sense, the word wushu may refer to any martial art in the world, though in practice it often refers to all categories of Chinese martial arts, traditional, contemporary, hard and soft. Today, the terms "modern wushu" or "contemporary wushu" refer to forms that are practised for health, exhibition and competition. Common "hard" or external styles of contemporary wushu are southern fist, Nanquan and long fist, Changquan. Common "soft" or internal styles are Taijiquan, Baguazhang and Xingyiquan.

Wushu is practised in forms (taolu in Chinese) which comprise basic movements (stances, kicks, punches, balances, jumps and sweeps) particular to each style and can be changed for competitions to highlight one's strengths. Competitive forms can vary in length from 1 minute, 30 seconds for the hard styles to over five minutes for internal styles.

Medal winners[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's
Taolu - Nanquan
Pedro Quina
( Philippines)
Ho Ro Bin
( Malaysia)
Sandry Liong
( Indonesia)
Men's
Taolu - Daoshu
Arvin Ting
( Philippines)
Ang Eng Chong
( Malaysia)
Aung Si Thu
( Myanmar)
Men's
Taolu - Jianshu
Willy Wang
( Philippines)
Phi Wai Phyo
( Myanmar)
Lim Yew Fai
( Malaysia)
Men's
Taolu - Qiangshu
Willy Wang
( Philippines)
Nguyen Van Cuong
( Vietnam)
Aung Si Thu
( Myanmar)
Men's
Taolu - Changquan
Nguyen Tien Dat
( Vietnam)
Phi Wai Phyo
( Myanmar)
Alvin Ting
( Philippines)
Men's Taolu -
Taijiquan-Taijijan
Gon Qiu Bin
( Singapore)
Kenneth Lim
( Philippines)
Chu Manh Cuong
( Vietnam)
Men's
Sanshou - 48 kg
Rene Catalan
( Philippines)
Le Minh Tung
( Vietnam)
Wathana Sasaku
( Thailand)
Pyi Han Tun
( Myanmar)
Men's
Sanshou - 56 kg
Tren Nhat Huy
( Vietnam)
Rexel Nganhayna
( Philippines)
Maung Maung Han
( Myanmar)
Wichan Toonkratoak
( Thailand)
Men's
Sanshou - 60 kg
Wiwat Choo-Ubon
( Thailand)
Phoxay Aphaylath
( Laos)
Saw Khaing
( Myanmar)
Mark Ediva
( Philippines)
Men's
Sanshou - 70 kg
Eduard Folayang
( Philippines)
Nguyen Duc Trung
( Vietnam)
Hla Moe
( Myanmar)
Metee Phonork
( Thailand)
Men's
Taolu - Duilian/Duel
 Philippines
Lester Pimentel
Richard Ng
 Vietnam
Nguyen Tien Dat
Tran Duc Trong
 Thailand
Somdej Srisuk
Wanchalerm Puangthong
 Indonesia
Heryanto
Sandry Liong
Women's
Taolu - Gunshu
Dam Thanh Xuan
( Vietnam)
Susyana
( Indonesia)
Lam Kieu Mu Dung
( Vietnam)
Women's
Taolu - Nanquan
Ma Swe Swe Thant
( Myanmar)
Nguyen Thi Ngoc Oanh
( Vietnam)
Nguyen Thi Thuy Duong
( Vietnam)
Women's
Taolu - Quingshu
Nguyen Thi My Duc
( Vietnam)
Khor Poh Chon
( Singapore)
Vu Tra My
( Vietnam)
Women's
Taolu - Changquan
Nguyen Thi My Duc
( Vietnam)
Susyana
( Indonesia)
Chai Fong Wei
( Malaysia)
Dam Thanh Xuan
( Vietnam)
Women's Taolu -
Taijiquan - Taijijan
Bui Mai Phuong
( Vietnam)
Janice Hung
( Philippines)
Shen Pin Xiu
( Singapore)
Women's
Taolu - Jianshu
Vicky Ting
( Philippines)
Susyana
( Indonesia)
Nguyen Thi My Duc
( Vietnam)
Women's
Taolu - Daoshu
Aida Yang
( Philippines)
Dam Thanh Xuan
( Vietnam)
Chai Fong Wei
( Malaysia)
Women's
Sanshou - 45 kg
Bui Thi Nhu Trang
( Vietnam)
Jennifer Lagilag
( Philippines)
Saisawat Boontan
( Thailand)
Thin Zar Soe
( Myanmar)
Women's
Sanshou - 52 kg
Rhea May Rifani
( Philippines)
Ngo Thi Ha
( Vietnam)
Kittika Sitthan
( Thailand)
Yar Zar Khaing
( Myanmar)
Women's
Taolu - Duilian/Duel[1]
 Philippines
Aida Yang
Vicky Ting
 Myanmar
Ei Khaing Htwe
Ma Swe Swe Thant
 Singapore
Deng Ying Zhi
Ng Xin Ni
 Vietnam
Nguyen Thi Thuy Duong
Vu Tra My
Men's
Taolu - Duilian/Duel
 Philippines
Lester Pimentel
Richard Ng
 Vietnam
Nguyen Tien Dat
Tran Duc Trong
 Thailand
Somdej Srisuk
Wanchalerm Puangthong
 Indonesia
Heryanto
Sandry Liong

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results". 2005seagames.com.ph. Archived from the original on 15 June 2006.

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