The final day of Wushu at the Multipurpose Indoor Stadium in Peddem was dedicated to bouts of Sanshou, or Sanda sub-disciplines.
After winning quick medals in Taolu, Team Goa-India's Wushu athletes stepped onto the mat to finish the final rounds of Taolu with Dual Events in Men's and Women's categories.
India's finest Wushu talent, Chirag Sharma and Anjul Namdeo sealed the fate of Macau (China) by winning Gold in the Men's category.
However, Macau (China) fought back in the Women's category and clinched Gold. Team Goa (India) had to settle with a silver.
The rounds of Sanshou turned out to be the highlight of the Wushu event at Lusofonia Games, Goa - 2014.
Moving on from the preliminary rounds that were held on Day 1, the final rounds of Sanshou were in stark contrast to the graceful and elegant stances of Taolu.
The adrenaline rush of power punches and stinging kicks filled the air as India went on to dominate and win Gold in all the matches in Sanshou.
Team Goa –India's whitewash campaign was 'kick-started' by Sandhyarani Devi.
The Arjuna awardee drew first blood with her very first punch that almost knocked out Portugal's Vania Gisela in Women's Under 60 kg category.


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