Original title: World Sanda champion, the road of Fujian girls born in 90s
In the world of women's martial arts and Sanda, athletes often give people the impression of "female men". Most of them have short hair and valiant fighters. In training and competitions, they are even more "women without shading".
However, there is such a girl in the Fujian Provincial Sports Team. She smiled with crooked eyes, and her sweet look even made people forget her identity as an athlete. She is the world Sanda champion, a Minqing girl from Fuzhou, Fujian-Lin Huimin.
Lin Huimin, who was born in 1994, has actually practiced Sanda for 15 years. He has long been a celebrity in the world of Sanda. He was the champion of the Four Kingdoms Championship in 2012, the 2014 Eight Kingdoms Championship, and the third World Fight Night Champion, 2017 World Wushu Championship, 2018 Ninth World Wushu Sanda Championship, she said that she likes Sanda, because this sport not only brings honor to herself, but also can give full play to her active nature and advantages come out.
The game is full of heroism, but in life is a "cute elf". She loves reading, photography, makeup and baking. She also turns on the car when she goes home. She has hundreds of thousands of fans on social short video media.
Outstanding appearance, chivalrous, daring, moonlight like water, starry sky. All martial arts dreams have a place where their dreams begin.
Like all people who practice martial arts and like martial arts, Lin Huimin's love for martial arts is also out of the worship of Chinese martial arts culture. She aspires to punish evil and promote good, and help justice like those heroes.