Great run for wushu at worlds under Jin Xuan and Yongshen

KUALA LUMPUR: The decision to bring in psychologist Lim Jin Xuan and Zhang Yongshen as coach paid dividends for Wushu Federation of Malaysia (WFM) at the 16th World Wushu Championships, which ended in Fort Worth, Texas on Monday.

WFM secretary-general Yong Kheng Chien said the national squad did well to bounce back after a tough outing at the Hangzhou Asian Games.

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