Hong Kong's Pak Long Sat won a second gold in wushu today ©FISU

Wushu medals continued to stack up for Hong Kong and Indonesia here at the International University Sports Federation (FISU) World Cup Combat Sports, on the sport's second-last day of competition.

Pak Long Sat, representing Hong Kong Baptist University, claimed his second gold medal of the World Cup by winning the men's taijiquan competition with a score of 9.4.

Once again, Ukraine's Ivan Fediuchenko from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, was the runner-up to Sat with a score of 8.75; with Turkey's Muzaffer Tarik Afacan of Yildiz Technical University placing third with 8.55.

Hong Kong's other gold medal was won by Debbie Yeung of Education University of Hong Kong in the women's taijijian.

Debbie Yeung won Hong Kong's second gold of the day ©FISU
Debbie Yeung won Hong Kong's second gold of the day ©FISU

Malaysia's Sydney Sy Xuan Chin, representing Asia Pacific University of Tech and Innovation, was second; while Ukrainian Oryna Ivanova of Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics placed third.

Seraf Naro Siregar of Indonesia was the other winner today, with the Surabaya University student placing first in the men's daoshu.

Ho Yin Ching from Hong Kong and Tan Cheong Wan from Malaysia finished second and third.