Registration is now closed. Stay tuned for more updates and announcements.

Please note that registration closes on February 28,2017 and that registration fees are due by March 1, 2017. You can pay through PayPal or mail a check addressed to NCWAA to PO. Box 210159, San Francisco, CA 94121-0159. If you are mailing in a check for your registration fee, it needs to be postmarked by February 15, 2017. Additionally, all supplemental information needed to confirm your eligibility needs to be submitted by email to wushu@ucmap.org by March 1, 2017. Fees and supplemental information that you need to submit will be listed below.

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email wushu@ucmap.org or message the Cal Wushu Facebook Page directly. We look forward to seeing you all in March!



Date: March 25, 2017

Location: UC Berkeley RSF Fieldhouse

Registration Fee: $175 for first *style, $20 for each additional *style

*The Registration Fee for Taolu is organized by three styles: Northern, Southern, and Taiji. Registering for Combined Taiji and TaijiJian would count as registering for one style (Taiji). Registering for ChangQuan would also count as one style (Northern). However, if you should register for both ChangQuan, and the combined short and long weapon, that would also count collectively as just one style - Northern. Please refer to previous updates for a full detailing of all the categories that will be at the Universiade and the Universiade Team Trials.


Date: April 8, 2017

Location: United Martial Arts in Lubbock, Texas

Registration Fee: $75

Competitor Supplementary Information

After registering, please submit the following by email to wushu@ucmap.org by March 1, 2017:

- copy of your birth certificate

- proof of US citizenship

- and proof that you will have taken at least one 3-credit course towards a degree or diploma within one year before August 19, 2017


Qualifying and Committing

All competitors who qualify for the 2017 Universiade US Wushu Team will need to confirm, immediately after they are notified of their qualification status, whether or not they will be committing to the competition team that will be competing in Taipei in August 2017. Anyone who qualifies that does not confirm their commitment when asked after the team trials will be giving up their spot to the next person in line.


All competitors who make the competition team will need to have a US Passport ready that does not expire until, at earliest, February 2018. Anyone who has a passport that expires earlier may run the risk of not being allowed back in the country after the competition.

Universiade Competition and Travel Fees

All competitors who make the competition team will need to have a deposit of at least $1000 submitted within a week after they have confirmed their spot on the team. The remainder of the fee, currently at $1700, will need to be submitted within three weeks after confirming their spot on the team.

For Sanda members of the team, due to how late the team trials are and the date that the total sum is due to BTIE, competitors will need to submit all $2700 within two weeks of confirming their position on the team.

All fees to towards travel and stay throughout the duration of the competitors' time in Taiwan as well as team gear organized and provided by BTIE. Anyone who fails to submit their fees on time will lose their spot on the team and the spot will be offered to the next runner up. While the sum is currently at $2700, this value may change as we approach the start of the Universiade.

Runner Ups

If, at any point between the team trials and the actual competition, a member of the team needs to be replaced by a runner up, runner ups will be contacted based on their scores at the team trials. Such situations can be due to injury, failure to produce sufficient supplementary materials, failure to submit competition and travel fees on time, etc. Should such a situation arise, the runner up offered the newly open position on the team may not have much time remaining to submit his or her fees as stated above. Thus, it is highly recommended that runner ups have the same supplementary material and fees prepared so that if he or she is offered a position on the team, both materials and fees can be submitted upon notice.