Wushu star Cheong Min out to end year on a high note in worlds

High achiever: Tan Cheong Min in action in the nandao final at the Asian Games in Hangzhou in September.

PETALING JAYA: The national wushu team led by Hangzhou Asian Games silver medallist Tan Cheong Min will be out to cap the year on a high note in the 16th World Championships starting today in Fort Worth, Texas.

It will only be the second time United States play host to the world meet after Baltimore, Maryland staged the third edition in 1995.

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