Shimla (Himachal Pradesh), July 1 (ANI): The wushu team of India is all set for the international camp that will take place in China next month. This year, a team of 52 members, including men and women, both has been undergoing tough training at a long high altitude camp in Himachal Pradesh’s Shilaroo so as to increase their stamina. With a daily practice of nearly six hours over an altitude of 8,200 meters above sea level, the players are also struggling hard to get this sport introduced into the 2020 Olympics. They are getting trained under five coaches and are being monitored by one Physiologist. Wushu is the most promising sport of martial art and since 2006; India has bagged several medals in the Asian games under this sport. Today, there are around 43 units in India where this sport is being practiced.
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