|Governing Body:||International Wushu Federation|
Each bout includes three two-minute rounds with a one-minute rest in between them. An athlete who wins two of the three rounds is declared the winner.,
Fouls are categorized as personal and technical fouls.
An athlete is awarded two points if:-
An athlete is awarded one point if:-
The valid scoring areas are the head, the torso and the thighs and the areas which are prohibited for attacking are the back of the head, the neck and the crotch.,
He/she assist the head judge with his/her work and can perform other officials’ tasks when required.
He/she can overrule the platform and sideline judges. He/she announces the result of each round.
Responsible for supervising the fight. They give directions to athletes during the bout, make judgements, inspect the protective gears, ensure safety in the bout and announce results of each bout.
Responsible for keeping a note of all points and penalties awarded. Determines the winner of each round based on the decisions of the sideline judges.
There may be three to five sideline judges. Their job is to signal if one of the athletes crosses the boundary line.
Records the time elapsed during the rounds, times each round and bangs a gong to announce the end of a round.,
In this technique, athletes rotate on their front foot so their back faces the opponent. Their back leg sweeps up to their opponent making contact at chest height with the back of the leg. Unless the opponents anticipate this attack, they will be knocked off balance.
In this technique, one athlete jumps at his/her opponent, wraps his/her legs on either side of the opponent’s waist and knocks him/her to the ground.
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