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British Badminton Players

  1. There is no page titled "British badminton players". (Web site)
  2. Jack Purcell, Canadian Singles Champion from Guelph, Ontario defeated the four best British badminton players who were on tour in Canada.
  3. You searched for British badminton players.

Erland Kops

  1. Erland Kops was so convincingly beaten that had a photo of Tang enlarged to life size and hung in his office - so the news said. (Web site)
  2. Erland Kops - a living legend.
  3. Erland Kops was a regular visitor to Singapore and was very popular with our fans then. (Web site)
  4. Erland Kops was beaten by both the internationally experienced Ferry Sonneville and by young sensation Tan Joe Hok.

Bobby Milroy

  1. Bobby Milroy is a male badminton player from Canada. (Web site)
  2. Bobby Milroy is a Canadian badminton player as well as the Badminton Players' Federation President. (Web site)
  3. Weijie will play compatriot Lu Yi in the second round after the latter beat Canadian Bobby Milroy 21-16, 21-9.

Anne Statt

  1. Anne Statt is a retired female badminton player from England. (Web site)

Agnese Allegrini

  1. Agnese Allegrini is a female badminton player from Italy.

Andrew Dabeka

  1. Andrew Dabeka is a Jedi Master with the remote.And then there were three.
  2. Andrew Dabeka is a male badminton player from Canada.
  3. Andrew Dabeka (born October 25, 1978 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a male badminton player from Canada. (Web site)

Bambang Suprianto

  1. In the past she playing with Bambang Suprianto or Trikus Heryanto in mixed doubles.
  2. They will now meet Indonesia's Bambang Suprianto and Minarti Timur in the third round. (Web site)
  3. When he was 11, the Susilo siblings were enrolled at Jakarta's famous Jaya Raya Club, which produced champions like Susi Susanti and Bambang Suprianto. (Web site)

Zhu Lin

  1. Zhu Lin was not selected as only a maximum of three players can represent a country in badminton.
  2. Zhu Lin is the defending champion, but in my opinion, she will be hard pressed to retain her title in the presence of Zhang and Xie. (Web site)
  3. Zhu Lin was again, unimpressive yesterday as she struggled to beat Zhou Mi. (Web site)
  4. Zhu Lin was impressive today in beating the heavily fancied Wong Mew Choo who beat her en route to her triumph in Guangzhou. (Web site)

Nikolay Zuev

  1. They defeated Nikolay Zuev and Marina Yakusheva of Russia in the first round but lost to Chen Qiqiu and Zhao Tingting of China in the round of 16. (Web site)
  2. Yakusheva competed in badminton at the 2004 Summer Olympics in mixed doubles with partner Nikolay Zuev. (Web site)

Valeria Sorokina

  1. Valeria Sorokina is a female badminton player from Russia.

Chinese Badminton Players

  1. Fedex China commercial featuring famous Chinese badminton players.
  2. But I have to say Taufik will encounter Chinese badminton players sooner or later. (Web site)

Lena Frier Kristiansen

  1. OL blev en kort fornøjelse for den danske damedouble i badminton med Lena Frier Kristiansen og Kamilla Rytter Juhl. (Web site)
  2. Lena Frier Kristiansen og Kamilla Rytter Juhl var helt suver--ne mod et russisk par i deres f--rste kamp ved VM i Malaysia.
  3. Den danske damedouble Lena Frier Kristiansen og Kamilla Rytter Juhl imponerede endnu en gang ved VM. Nu venter en n--rmest uoverkommelig opgave.

Abhinn Shyam Gupta

  1. Abhinn Shyam Gupta (born in Allahabad October 22, 1979) is a male badminton player from India.
  2. Park played badminton at the 2004 Summer Olympics in men' singles, defeating Abhinn Shyam Gupta of India and Bao Chunlai of China in the first two rounds.
  3. Abhinn Shyam Gupta, the 41st-ranked Indian, also has a difficult task, drawn as he is to meet Korea's Park Tae Sang, world No. (Web site)

Ade Chandra

  1. Ade Chandra was Christian's legendary partner. (Web site)
  2. Ade Chandra was an Indonesian male badminton player.

Adriyanti Firdasari

  1. Xie beat her opponent Adriyanti Firdasari 21-13, 21-13 and indicated she still had plenty in reserve. (Web site)
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Alan Budikusuma

  1. Alan Budikusuma was the 1992 Olympic gold medalist in Badminton. (Web site)

Albertus Susanto Njoto

  1. Albertus Susanto Njoto is a male badminton player from Hong Kong.
  2. Wiratama played at the 2007 BWF World Championships in men's doubles with Albertus Susanto Njoto.

Alvent Yulianto

  1. Read the profile & biography of 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics athlete Alvent Yulianto CHANDRA online at
  2. They defeated Jos-- Antonio Crespo and Sergio Llopis of Spain in the first round and Luluk Hadiyanto and Alvent Yulianto of Indonesia in the second.

Ana Moura

  1. Ana Moura is a female badminton player from Portugal. (Web site)

Andre Kurniawan Tedjono

  1. IMO, andre kurniawan tedjono is the next taufik hidayat for INA team.
  2. Tunggal Putra Andre Kurniawan Tedjono : Pemain tunggal terbaik PB Djarum ini akan menemui lawan tangguh di 16 besar.

Anggun Nugroho

  1. Anggun Nugroho (born 28 August 1982) is a male badminton player from Indonesia.
  2. Widiowati competed in badminton at the 2004 Summer Olympics in mixed double's with partner Anggun Nugroho. (Web site)
  3. The two were united following the injury faced by Anggun Nugroho, who was used to play with Vita, in the Hong Kong Open last month. (Web site)

Anil Kaul

  1. Anil Kaul, VrC joined the army as a dedicated and gallant soldier. (Web site)
  2. Last month Jagan Pillarisetti rang me up to mention he was contacted by Colonel Anil Kaul, VrC about his new book.
  3. Colonel Anil Kaul, who was with the Pakistani team, has said it could very well have been Shoaib's off-field antics in Jaipur that led to his exit. (Web site)

Anna Lao

  1. Anna Lao is a retired female badminton player from Australia. (Web site)

Anna Rice

  1. Anna Rice is a 19-year old singer, songwriter and guitar player from Worcestershire.
  2. Anna Rice is a literary genius, and her storys will last throughout time.

Anthony Clark

  1. Anthony Clark was Kellogg’s partner in the mixed doubles, and he added to that medal with a bronze in the men’s doubles, alongside Robert Blair. (Web site)

Antoinette Uys

  1. They defeated Chris Dednam and Antoinette Uys of South Africa in the first round but lost to Zhang Jun and Gao Ling of China in the round of 16.
  2. Antoinette Uys (born 2 March 1976) is a female badminton player from South Africa.
  3. Similarly, the world ranking of the mixed double's team Chris Dednam and Antoinette Uys was 39 while Nocsa's criteria was a ranking of 30 or better. (Web site)

Anup Sridhar

  1. Anup Sridhar is one of India's best known badminton players.
  2. Anup Sridhar is a professional right handed badminton player from India.
  3. Anup Sridhar was taken to three games by Lee Yen Hui Kendrick, the only Singaporean-born in today's team. (Web site)

Anu Nieminen

  1. External links Photo of Anu Nieminen   This biographical article relating to a Finnish sportsperson is a stub.
  2. Neha's best win was against third seed Anu Nieminen of Finland.
  3. Woensdag 18.20 uur staat haar volgende wedstrijd gepland tegen de als 7e geplaatste finse Anu Nieminen.

Aparna Popat

  1. Aparna Popat is one of a kind.

Ardy Wiranata

  1. He won the 1992 Olympic men's singles gold medal at Barcelona, defeaing fellow countryman Ardy Wiranata in the final. (Web site)
  2. The first singles was between our --- jaguh kampong--- Rashid Sidek and the Indon No.1, Ardy Wiranata. (Web site)
  3. Susanti won her title over Bang Soo-hyun, of South Korea, two hours before Kusuma beat Ardy Wiranata, his Indonesia team-mate. (Web site)

Aryono Miranat

  1. Aryono Miranat is a retired male badminton player from Indonesia. (Web site)

Ashley Brehaut

  1. Australia's Travis Denney and Ashley Brehaut will play for a bronze medal in the men's doubles badminton today after losing their semi-final last night.
  2. Wilson-Smith will partner Jane Crabtree in the women's doubles, while Denney and Ashley Brehaut will be wearing the green and gold in the men's doubles. (Web site)
  3. Men's doubles pairs Ashley Brehaut and Travis Denney beat Geoffrey Bellingham and Craig Cooper in a three-game thriller. (Web site)

Astrid Crabo

  1. Astrid Crabo is a retired female badminton player from Sweden. (Web site)

Badminton Players

  1. Badminton players were awarded "Presidential Sports Awards" in numbers never known in the State of New York. (Web site)
  2. Badminton players are often under the impression that badminton is a harmless game and that a light-weight shuttlecock poses no danger at all.
  3. Badminton players are also human being and should have rights to enjoy lives with their families, partners and friends. (Web site)
  4. The badminton players were celebrating birthdays and they were playing with pandan cakes, yogurts, whipped cream and flour.

Bandid Jaiyen

  1. Canada's singles number one Jamie McKee could average only six points a game against Thailand's Bandid Jaiyen and Surapong Suharitdamrong.
  2. Thailand's diminutive but highly talented Bandid Jaiyen wore down the veteran Muljadi in three games, but the Thais were unable to capture another match. (Web site)

Bang Soo-Hyun

  1. Bang Soo-Hyun (born September 13, 1972) is a female badminton player from South Korea.
  2. In quarterfinals Bang Soo-hyun beat Kusumawardhani of Indonesia 11-2, 3-11, 12-11 to advance to the semifinals.
  3. The second semifinal was a rematch of the 1992 final, in which Susi Susanti had defeated Bang Soo-hyun in three sets.

Bao Chunlai

  1. Bao Chunlai is a male left handed badminton athlete. (Web site)
  2. Bao Chunlai is a mild-tempered and well-mannered man. (Web site)
  3. Bao Chunlai is known as a handsome badminton player. (Web site)

Billy Gilliland

  1. Billy Gilliland is a retired male badminton player of Scotland.

Boonsak Ponsana

  1. Boonsak Ponsana is a men badminton single athlete from Thailand.

Brent Olynyk

  1. Iain Sydie won two championships - the men's doubles with partner Brent Olynyk and the mixed event with Denyse Julien. (Web site)
  2. They beat fellow Canadians Brent Olynyk and Robbyn Hermitage in today's championship match 14-4 and 15-3. (Web site)
  3. Canada's Iain Sydie and Brent Olynyk should figure in the title chase together with Bach and Manha. (Web site)

Britta Andersen

  1. Britta Andersen is a female badminton player from Denmark, born of a Philippine mother and Danish father.
  2. Jonas Rasmussen claimed two doubles titles, winning the men’s doubles with Peter Steffensen and the mixed doubles event with Britta Andersen. (Web site)

Broddi Kristjansson

  1. Broddi Kristjansson is a retired male badminton player from Iceland.

Cai Yun

  1. Cai Yun is the confident one. (Web site)

Camilla Martin

  1. Camilla Martin Nygaard nee Martin (born March 23, 1974 in Aarhus) is a retired badminton player from Denmark.
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  3. She married the economist Lars Nygaard 25 May 2005, and changed her named to Camilla Martin Nygaard.

Candra Wijaya

  1. Candra Wijaya is a male badminton [i] player from Indonesia [i]. (Web site)
  2. In 2000 he coupled with Nathan Robertson, but they too lost in the quarterfinals, this time to Tony Gunawan and Candra Wijaya of Indonesia.
  3. Howard Bach partnered Tony Gunawan to win the final of the men's doubles 15-11, 10-15, 15-11, against the Indonesian pair, Candra Wijaya and Sigit Budiarto. (Web site)


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  2. Sports > Badminton > Tournaments. (Web site)
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  4. Sports > Badminton > Clubs > United Kingdom > Wales. (Web site)
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