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Huang Huiyan retains women's Nandao title at World Wushu Championships
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15:59, November 14, 2007

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Huang Huiyan of Macao, China, retained her title in women's Naodao at the 9th Wushu Worlds here on Wednesday.

Huang, winner of the event in 2005 Wushu Worlds, clinched the gold in 9.50 points.

"I'm satisfied with my performance today," said Huang. "I had many strong rivals in the competition, so I was quite nervous.

"Nandao demands strength over style. The shouting requires special training," she said.

"As to the expressions in the eyes, I don't think I'm good enough.

"I'm very pleased to get this medal. I want to thank my coach, who is always supporting me," added Huang.

Erika Kojima of Japan took the silver in 9.41, while the bronze medal went to Vu Thuy Linh of Vietnam with 9.40.

Source: Xinhua



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