2. Location: Trump Taj Mahal Hotel (Grand Ball Room)
3. Organized : Zhao Changjun Wushu Academy of America
Wu Dang Kung Fu Academy
United States Wushu Academy
Huaxia Chinese School
4. Competition events: Wushu taolu series, including different kinds of hand forms, weapons in single, pair, confrontation and group routine series and push hands (See Appendix 1 & 4)
5. Methods of registration:
All the Wushu associations, health qigong organizations, schools throughout the world and fans in Wushu may get in their entries individually or by forming teams
For Group Wushu act Performance, more than 6 people can be grouped together.
Overall group event: If more than 10 people (can be male or female) take part in individual event, they will have an opportunity to win overall group championship.
Ages and health conditions of the Competitors shall be checked by the teams or by Competitors themselves. Participating teams or individuals shall be responsible for any accidental injuries and deaths caused by health problems during the games and bear relevant medical fees.
6. Details of Regulations:
The competition comprises of Single events, Group events, and overall group event.
The rules and regulations being used in this competition “the traditional competition method” formulated by the Wushu Administrative Center of General Administration Sport; “Health Qigong demonstration competition scoring calculation method” formulated by the Health Qigong Management Center of General China Sports Bureau and all additional rules of information will be included in this regulation. See US push hands competition rules for push hands competition.
Competition age categories(except push hands):
Children (Division A):
Division A1 under 6 years old (born after 1 Jan 2011)
Division A2 6-7 years old (born between 2009-2010)
Division A3 8-9 years old (born between 2007-2008)
Division A4 10-11 years old (born between 2005-2006)
Children (Division B):
Division B1 12-13 years old (born between 2003-2004)
Division B2 14-15 years old (born between 2001-2002)
Division B3 16-17 years old (born between 1999-2000)
Youth (Division C):
Division C1 18-24 years old (born between 1992-1998)
Division C2 25-29 years old (born between 1987-1991)
Division C3 30-34 years old (born between 1982-1986)
Division C4 35-39 years old (born between 1977-1981)
Middle Aged (Division D)
Division D1 40-49 years old (born between 1967-1976)
Division D2 50-59 years old (born between 1957-1966)
Elderly group (Division E):
Division E1 above 60 years old (born before 31 Dec, 1956)
Time limitation of all events:
o Time of every single and pair routine series must be between 40 sec to 4 min (not including health qigong).
o The arbitrator will make a beep sound to hint the athlete when they play after 2-4 min. All participate Taichiquan, Taolu, popular Taolu(42 Taijiquan hand form, 48 Taijiquan hand form, Chen Taijiquan hand form, Yang Taijiquan hand form, Wu Taijiquan hand form, Sun Taijiquan hand form, Wu Taijiquan hand form) should only requested to play the whole first half movement. Popular Taolu (24 Taijiquan hand form, 32 Taiji straight sword,) only requested to play the first to third sections movements, no point will be deducted.
o Time of group routine event must be between 1- 4 minutes
o Time of health Qigong event does not exceed 6 minutes (including single and group event).
Regulation in Music
o Group routine series: Any music accompanying the performance is allowed.
o No music is allowed for any other events.
Group events: age and gender are not specified.
No unified standard for competition costumes. Competitors are to wear their own Kungfu costumes or uniforms for their events or performance. See US push hands competition costumes for push hands competition.
Costumes and equipment are to be prepared by the competitors themselves. There are some on sale.
7. Rankings and Awards(except push hands):
Awards are presented to the top 8 places of Single according to different classifications, age groups, male group and female group. Top 3 players will receive gold, silver and bronze medals and certificates respectively. Rank 4-8 will receive medals.
Awards are presented to the top 8 places of Pair according to different classifications, age groups, male group and female group. Top 3 players will receive gold, silver and bronze medals and certificates respectively. Rank 4-8 will receive medals.
For group events, rankings will not be according to the different classifications, age groups, male group and female group, top 8 pairs will be recorded. Top 3 teams will receive medals respectively; rank 4-6 will medal respectively.
Group total points: awards are presented to the top 8places. And will receive medals respectively.
8. Scores calculation methods:
9. Registrations and Relevant Charges:
Application Deadline: before 30th April 2016
Application for participant fee: $90/person (it includes all the registration charges, participation charges and one item charge for the participant). If over 1 item, charges for additional application is $20/person/event. Participant fee would be paid before 30th April 2016. If later participant fee would be $110 per person (it includes all the registration charges, participation charges and one item charge for the participant).
Application for group event: $400
Appreciation for Masters’ performances: $15/person (including the ticket.)
Those that are not able to participate in the competition due to urgent reasons after registration, no refund will be claimed.
After the registration form has being sent out, any amendment (including any additional information) of the registration form is not allowed. For those urgent and special cases, participants have to send in a form request (amendment letter) altogether with amendment fee $25.
All teams are to be registered in before 8:30 AM, 29th May, 2016.
Please remember to bring the following document before registered:
o Registration form
o Copy of identify card or copy of residential account, or passport.
o CD for the competition events.
All of the competitors must attend the opening ceremony, closing ceremony.
10. General referee, deputy referee and arbitration committee members are to be appointed by the organizing committee. Referees are to be those appointed by the teams and those volunteers recommended by various Wushu associations (certified by the organizing committee).
11. Organizing committee will inform fellow participants regarding any additional information formally.
12. Interpretation of all the regulations and rules of the games is subject to the understanding of the 2016 NJ International Wushu competition Organizing committee.