Master Wang Tao

Master Wang Tao began training kung fu at the young age of 6. He has now been practicing for
over 30 years and has been teaching for 16 of
them.

Master Wang received his education from the Chengdu Institute of Physical Education. The Chengdu Institute is one of the three institutions administered by the National Athletics and Sports Commissions of People’s Republic of China.
Master Wang was the only candidate from the
Eastern Region of  Sichuan Province admitted to Chengdu Institute. He majored in Kung Fu Routine,
Free-Style Fighting and Taiji, as well as received

experience in Self Defense, Heath Promotion and Self Healing. He received a Bachelors of Arts from the Athletics and Training
Department at the Chengdu Institute of Physical Education.

Master Wang immigrated to the United States in 1996 as an official kung fu emissary by the Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs of the Chinese State Council to perform in the United States. He received his green card for exceptional abilities in kung fu in 1999.

Master Wang is a First Grade National Athlete as declared by the People’s Republic of China National Athletics and Sports
Commission. Currently Master Wang is the only international Grade A Chinese Kung Fu Judge in America.

Throughout Master Wang's martial arts career he has won over 100 gold and silver medals in international and Chinese national competitions. He has also achieve notoriety as a teacher and judge. These are just a few of his achievements:

COMPETITIONS

  • Grand Champion of International Kung Fu Competition, 2000, Washington, DC
  • Grand Champion of International Kung Fu Competition, 1999 Dallas
  • Grand Champion of International Kung Fu Competition, 1998 Baltimore
  • Grand Champion of International Kung Fu Competition, 1997 San Francisco
  • Champion of Panda Cup Free-Style Fighting Competition, (60kg) 1991 Chengdu
  • Men's Grand Champion & Champion of Sichuan Province Kung Fu Competition, (Swords, Spear, Straight Sword, Taiji, Dual Events), 1990 Chengdu
  • Champion of Sichuan Free-Style Fighting Competition, (65 kg), 1990 Shuangliu
  • Champion (Double Sword) & 3rd Place (Taiji Yang Style) of National Kung Fu Competition, 1989 Chengdu
  • Champion of National Competition of Physical Education Institutes, (Double Sword & Taiji), 1987 Chengdu

COACH & TEACHER

  • Youth’s Palace, Coach & Teacher, 1989-1996
  • Sichuan Security Service School, Teacher, 1994
  • Bare-Hand Combat Team of Sichuan Police Academy, Chief Coach, 1993
  • Sichuan Normal University, Teacher, 1991
  • Martial Arts Department, Chengdu Institute of Physical Education, Teacher, 1990
  • Chengdu Institute of Physical Education, Coach, 1988-1991

JUDGE

  • Judge of US Sanshou Team Trial, Lubbock, Texas,  2013
  • Judge of US Taolu Team Trial, Washington D. C.  2013
  • Judge of US Sanshou Team Trial, Lubbock, Texas,  2012
  • Judge of US Taolu Team Trial,  Connecticut,  2012
  • Judge of US Sanshou Team Trial, Lubbock, Texas,  2011
  • Judge of US Taolu Team Trial, San Jose, California,  2011
  • Judge of US Taolu Team Trial, San Jose, California,  2010
  • Judge of US Sanshou Team Trial, Lubbock, Texas,  2009
  • Judge of US Taolu Team Trial, San Francisco, California, 2009
  • Judge of US Junior Taolu Team Trial, Hartford, Connecticut, 2008

  • Judge of US Sanshou and Taolu Team Trial, Maryland and Lubbock, 2007
  • Judge of the Third Wushu Sanshou World Cup, Xian, China, 2006
  • Judge of US Junior Wushu Team Trial, Maryland, 2006
  • Judge of the 8th World Wushu Championships, Hanoi, Vietnam, 2005
  • Judge of USAWKF National Championships & U.S. Team Trials, Connecticut, 2005
  • Judge of the Second World Cup of Chinese Kungfu, Guangzhou, China, 2004
  • Judge of the World  Wushu Championship Competition, Macao, China, 2003
  • Judge of the First Wushu World Cup, Shanghai, China, 2002
  • Trial Judge of the USAWKF, Virginia, 2003
  • Trial Judge of the USAWKF, Florida, 2002
  • Trial Judge of the USAWKF, Baltimore, 2001

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • “The Influence of Juvenile Regulated Shadow Boxing to the Cardiac Blood Vessel System of Youth.” , Journal of Physical Education Institutes of China, July 1991
  • "Teaching of Basic Martial Arts”, The Chinese Wushu, March 1994

 

 

 

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