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National Wushu Championship begins Wednesday

  • Published at 06:40 pm October 24th, 2018
Wushu

A total of 386 players from 30 district teams and eight services sides will take part in the tournament where 38 gold, 38 silver and 56 bronze medals will be on offer

The Abul Maal Abdul Muhith Minister Cup 13th National Wushu Championship, organised by Bangladesh Wushu Federation, will get underway Wednesday in Mirpur’s Shaheed Sohrawardi Indoor Stadium.

The tournament will conclude Saturday. The opening ceremony will be held Thursday.

A total of 386 players from 30 district teams and eight services sides will take part in the tournament where 38 gold, 38 silver and 56 bronze medals will be on offer.

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