About the College
The Calgary Tai Chi & Martial Arts College was founded in September 1995 by Grandmaster Geng Zhang Cai.
Master Cai served as the Canadian National Wushu Team Head Coach for 10 consecutive years and he is the only Tai Chi International Judge (Certified by the International Wushu Federation) in Calgary.
Accomplishments of the College：
➡ Home of 2 Junior Wushu World Champions
➡ A total of 4 Gold Medals at the World Junior Wushu Championships
➡ Gold Medal finishes at the World Junior Wushu Championships in 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2018 (huge milestones in Canadian Wushu history!)
➡ 15 Gold Medals at the World Traditional Wushu Championships
➡ Over 40 Students have represented Canada as members of the Canadian National Wushu Team after being selected through annual National Team Member Selections.
➡ Won 3 Gold Medals at the World Taiji Championships
➡ Won a Bronze medal at the World Wushu Championships (The highest level of Wushu competitions)
➡ Master Cai lead Team Canada as the Canadian Team Leader and Head Coach at the 15th World Wushu Championships held in Shanghai, in October 2019. The Canadian National Wushu team consisted of 3 athletes from Alberta, all from the Calgary Tai Chi & Martial Arts College
➡ Two first-place and seven second-place prizes at the IWUF Wushu Taolu Virtual Competition 2021
➡ A silver medal and a bronze medal at the 2022 World Games
➡ 34 gold medals, 37 silver medals, and 24 bronze medals at the 2022 National Wushu Championships, with four of our college’s students qualifying for prestigious positions on the Canadian Senior National Wushu Team and another two qualifying for the Canadian Junior National Wushu Team
➡ Three gold medals, one silver medal, and one bronze medal at the 2022 Pan-American Championships
➡ Placement in the top five at the 8th World Junior Wushu Championships in the highly competitive Women's A Group Changquan, Spear, and Sword categories