Wushu world champion wins silver for nation after 13 years

Fiery: Tan Cheong Min in action en route to winning silver in nandao. — S.S.KANESAN/The Star

TAN Cheong Min fidgeted nervously as she waited for her turn to go out and perform, and when the results were announced, she burst into tears.

It was a roller coaster of emotions for the wushu exponent who became Malaysia’s first silver medal winner at the Hangzhou Asiad.

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