Ho Ro Bin
Year Inducted: 2009
Ho Ro Bin represented Malaysia in Wushu from 1995 to 2005.
He was World Champion twice, in 1999 at the 5th World Wushu Championships in Hong Kong, and again in 2005 at the 8th World Wushu Championships held in Hanoi, where he won the gold medal in Nandao on both occasions. At the 7th World Wushu Championships held in Macau in 2003, he won a silver medal in Nanquan and bronze medal in Nangun.
At the Asian Games, Ho Ro Bin won a silver medal in Nanquan at the Bangkok 1998 Asian Games and a gold medal in Nanquan, at the Busan 2002 Asian Games.
In the Kuala Lumpur 21st SEA Games, Ho Ro Bin won two gold medals in Nanquan and Nandao & Nangun Combined, and at the 22nd SEA Games 2003, held in Hanoi, Vietnam, he won a gold medal in Nanquan. At the Manila 23rd SEA Games held in Manila, Ho Ro Bin won a silver medal in Nanquan.
Ho Ro Bin retired from international Wushu competitions after the 23rd SEA Games in Manila in 2005 to become a Wushu coach. Today, he is a successful coach. He has also acted in a few films, where he demonstrated his Wushu skills.
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