TAN CHEONG MIN 陈昌敏

Asia Legendary Young Leader In Wushu Award (Malaysia)

亚洲风云武术青年领袖奖 (马来西亚)



I am National Wushu Athlete. I started Wushu as a sport since I was 9 years old and entered the National Team on 2013 (15 years old) and start competing competitively representing Malaysia and then become senior team when I was 17 years old. I trained 15 years in Wushu. In 2019, I won my first individual gold medal in the Women Nandao in 15th World Wushu Championships Shanghai China. Recently, I also won National Sportswoman Award of the Year (2019/2020) and created a new history in Malaysia Wushu which becoming the first Wushu athlete regardless of gender to won the award and earn the nation’s highest sporting recognition since its inception in 1966.


Competition

World Wushu Championship

•2 Gold, 3 Silver, 1 Bronze

Taolu World Cup

•1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze

World University Games

•1 Silver

Asean University Games

•3 Gold, 3 Silver

Sukan Malaysia (SUKMA)

•7 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze

Asia & World Junior Wushu Championships

•2 Gold, 3 Silver, 1 Bronze


CAREER HIGHLIGHTS & AWARD

2022

• 2019/2020 National Sportswomen Award


2020

• Best Athlete Awards 2019 of Sport Arena (Malaysia)


2019

• Best Female Athlete Awards 2017/2018 (Malacca)

• LEAD Awards - Special Achievement Awards (Asia Pacific University)


2018

• Best Potential Female Athlete Awards 2015/2016 (Malacca)

• LEAD Awards - Special Achievement Awards (Asia Pacific University)


2013

• Best Potential Female Athlete Awards (Bukit Jalil Sport School)


SPORT ACHIEVEMENT

2022

20th Asean University Games, Ubon Ratchathani Thailand

•Women Nanquan (Gold)

•Women Duel Event (Gold)

•Women Nandao (Silver)


2019

15th World Wushu Championships, Shanghai China

•Women Nandao (Gold)

•Women Nanquan (Silver)

• Women Duel Event (Silver)


Chungju World Martial Arts Masterships, Chungju Korea

•Women Nandao (Gold)


2018

18th Asian Games, Jakarta Indonesia

•Women Nanquan + Nandao (4th)


2nd Taolu World Cup, Yangon Myanmar

•Women Duel Event (Gold)

•Women Nanquan (Silver)

•Women Nandao (Bronze)


19th Asean University Games, Naypyidaw Maynmar

•Women Nandao + Nangun (Gold)

•Women Nanquan (Silver)

•Women Duel Event (Silver)


2017

14th World Wushu Championships, Kazan Russia

• Women Duel Event (Gold)

•Women Nandao (Silver)

•Women Nangun (Bronze)


29th Summer Universiade, Taipei Taiwan

•Women Nanquan + Nandao (Silver)