By 2000, in Sport Wushu society of Japan, “dominate” by just a few particular prefecture(province) situation was basically same in Japan also, Tokyo and Osaka dominated almost all events(Wushu Championships in Japan has much more variation of Taolu events by both modern & traditional) every year. According to these two regions’ development, other regions have been developing very well also, because advanced teams can support other underdevelopment teams. This is because why Japanese Wushu Taolu development was so fast and very well.
So, I consider “distributing medals by actual ability is the most proper and only one way to develop well for becoming real high level”. Like a communism mind: “we have to give at least one medal for each district, for each state” never help the good development of anything, not only of Wushu.
If somebody would distribute each one medal for each state/district/region without real judging, excellent potential players & sincere hardworking people disappointed with organisers, most of them will leave. Then, lower levels people would remain often. As a result, any good benefits would be not occurred for all: good potential players, serious hardworking people and lower levels with no serious people….the reason is….such a championships have no any proper confidence after all, value would become very less……
Becoming lower position at the high level domestic competitions have a big value more than becoming champion at low level “international” competitions.
For example, All China Nationals 20th place is still world top class in almost any kinds of private type “international” competitions. For example, Japanese state level 3rd place players often much much better than South Asia’s each Nationals Gold Medalist, like that…..
Important thing is, not only each competition’s medal or not. Which level you have reached among the total world in your event……from this angle, I’m never satisfied with myself, so I do not like to be called as “Master”.
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