The Indian wushu team bagged six medals, including two gold, at the BRICS Games here today.
They also won two silver and as many bronze medals.
Indian Wushu players gave tough competition to wushu strongholds China and Russia.
Yesterday, M Gyandas won gold medal in Taijiquan/Taijijian, M Bidheswari Devi won silver and L Sanatgombhi Chanu won bronze in Taijiquan/Taijijian event.
Today, the second and final day of wushu events, the Indian team added three more medals -- one gold, one silver and a bronze in the five-nation wushu event.
Anjul Namdev clinched the gold medal in changquan overall event, Ng. Toshibala won silver in women's changquan event, and Sajan Lama settled for bronze medal in nanquan allround event.
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