Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Olympic Badminton Champions

Badminton is a sport contested at the Summer time Olympic Games. Badminton was first held as a demonstration sport at the 1972 Summer time Olympic games, and was a exhibition sport at the 1988 Summer time Olympics; the men's and women's singles and doubles have been held at every Summer time Olympic games since the 1992 Summer time Olympic games. The mixed doubles badminton tournament started in the 1996 Summer time Olympic games. The Badminton World Federation (BWF) ratings are used to determine the certification of the gamers for the competition. In the 2008 Summer time Olympics, each single men and women competition had 38 rivals, while each increases competition had 16 couples. All gamers or couples from the top 16 locations on the BWF ratings instantly meet the requirements, although each National Olympic Panel (NOC) can deliver less than three gamers or couples in each competition. 

The top 64 then meet the requirements with the warning that each NOC can deliver only two players/pairs from that portion of the list. Players and couples rated below the 64th place only meet the requirements if they are the highest-ranked adversary from their country. Two locations each in the womens and males single men and women will be determined by the Worldwide Olympic Panel (IOC) Tripartite Commission. The coordinator country, if it has not already certified two rivals, gets at least either two single men and women gamers or one pair. The guidelines used in the competition are the same as the BWF guidelines. Gao Ling is the all-time leader for the most Olympic awards in badminton, with two precious metal, one precious metal, and one bronze; Kim Dong-moon (two precious metal, one bronze) and Gil Young-ah (one of each) are second for the most awards in badminton, each with three. Gao, Kim, and Zhang Jun are the all-time management for the most precious metal honor is the winner, with two. 

 In the 1992 Summer time Olympics, Jalani and Razif Sidek were the first Malaysian Olympic medalists since Malaysia first taken part the 1964 Summer time Olympics. Mia Audina won her first precious metal in the 1996 Olympics comprising Philippines, but won her second precious metal in the 2004 Summer time Olympics with the Holland.  In the 2000 Summer time Olympics, Chinese suppliers taken the womens increases competition, successful all three awards, making it the only brush in Olympic badminton history. Chinese suppliers has been the most successful country in badminton, successful 30 medals; 23 of them were from the womens single men and women and increases and combined increases tourneys. Philippines (18 medals) and South South korea (17 medals) are the only other countries to have more than five awards. As of the 2008 Summer time Olympics, 76 awards (24 precious metal, 24 precious metal, and 28 bronze) have been granted to 96 sports sportsmen from 7 NOCs. There were four additional brown honor victors in the 1992 Summer time Olympics because no brown honor suits were performed in any of the four tournaments.

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Saturday, 3 March 2012

Badminton strokes and Olympic Badminton Tickets

Badminton provides a wide range of primary strokes, and gamers require a high ability to execute all of them successfully. All strokes can be performed either forehand or backhand. A performer's forehand part is the same part as their enjoying hand: for a right-handed gamer, the forehand part is their right part and the backhand part is their left part. Forehand strokes are hit with the top side of the side major like reaching with the hand, whereas backhand strokes are hit with the again of the side major like reaching with the knuckles. Players regularly execute certain strokes on the forehand part with a backhand reaching measures, and viceversa.
In the forecourt and mid trial, most strokes can be performed similarly successfully on either the forehand or backhand side; but in the back trial, gamers will try to execute as many strokes as possible on their forehands, often choosing to execute a throughout the head forehand over head a forehand "on the backhand side" rather than effort a backhand over head. Playing a backhand over head has two main negatives. First, the gamer must turn their again to their oppositions, reducing their perspective of them and the trial. Second, backhand costs cannot be hit with as much energy as forehands: the reaching measures is restricted by the neck combined, which allows a much higher range of activity for a front side side over head than for a backhand. The backhand clear is regarded by most gamers and instructors to be the most difficult primary action in the game, since accurate strategy is needed in order to collect enough energy for the shuttlecock to journey the complete of the trial. For the same reason, backhand smashes are often vulnerable.

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Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Olympic Women's Badminton and Badminton Tickets


Olympic Women's Badminton Medalists
Olympic Badminton Women's Singles
Games
Gold
Silver
Bronze
1992 Barcelona

Susi Susanti (INA)
Bang Soo-hyun (KOR)
Huang Hua (CHN)
Tang Jiuhong (CHN)

1996 Atlanta
Bang Soo-hyun (KOR)
Mia Audina (INA)
Susi Susanti (INA)

2000 Sydney
Gong Zhichao (CHN)
Camilla Martin (DEN)
Ye Zhaoying (CHN)

2004 Athens
Zhang Ning (CHN)
Mia Audina (NED)
Zhou Mi (CHN)

2008 Beijing
Zhang Ning (CHN)
Xie Xingfang (CHN)
Maria Kristin Yulianti (INA)

Olympic Badminton Women's Doubles
Games
Gold
Silver
Bronze
1992 Barcelona

Chung So-young
and Hwang Hye-young (KOR)
Guan Weizhen
and Nong Qunhua (CHN)
Gil Young-ah
and Shim Eun-jung (KOR)

Lin Yanfen
and Yao Fen (CHN)           
1996 Atlanta
Ge Fei
and Gu Jun (CHN)
Gil Young-ah
and Jang Hye-ock (KOR)
Qin Yiyuan
and Tang Yongshu (CHN)

2000 Sydney
Ge Fei
and Gu Jun (CHN)
Huang Nanyan
and Yang Wei (CHN)
Gao Ling
and Qin Yiyuan (CHN)

2004 Athens
Yang Wei
and Zhang Jiewen (CHN)
Gao Ling
and Huang Sui (CHN)
 Lee Kyung-won
and Ra Kyung-min (KOR)

2008 Beijing
Du Jing
and Yu Yang (CHN)
Lee Hyo-jung
and Lee Kyung-won (KOR)
Wei Yili
and Zhang Yawen (CHN)
The Badminton made its debut at the 1992 Summer Olympics. 50 different nations have appeared in the Olympic badminton competitions and 19 nations are appearing all 5 times. It is governed by the Badminton World Federation. Olympic badminton consists of a single-elimination tournament. Each match is played to the best of three games. Games are to 21 points. Rally scoring is used, meaning a player does not need to be serving to score. A player must win by two points or be the first player to 30 points.

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Thursday, 9 February 2012

Olympic Badminton Medalists

 Men Singles
Games
Gold
Silver
Bronze
1992 Barcelona

 Alan Budikusuma (INA)
 Ardy Wiranata (INA)
Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen (DEN)
and  Hermawan Susanto (INA)

1996 Atlanta

Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen (DEN)
 Dong Jiong (CHN)
  Rashid Sidek (MAS)
2000 Sydney

  Ji Xinpeng (CHN)
  Hendrawan (INA)
  Xia Xuanze (CHN)
2004 Athens

  Taufik Hidayat (INA)
  Shon Seung-mo (KOR)
  Sony Dwi Kuncoro (INA)
2008 Beijing

  Lin Dan (CHN)
 Lee Chong Wei      (MAS)
 Chen Jin (CHN)

Men Doubles 

 

Games
Gold
Silver
Bronze
1992 Barcelona

 Kim Moon-soo
and Park Joo-bong (KOR)
 Rudy Gunawan
and Eddy Hartono (INA)
 Li Yongbo
and Tian Bingyi (CHN)
 Razif Sidek
and Jalani Sidek (MAS)
1996 Atlanta

 Rexy Mainaky
and Ricky Subagja (INA)
 Cheah Soon Kit
and Yap Kim Hock (MAS)
 Antonius Ariantho
and Denny Kantono (INA)
2000 Sydney

 Tony Gunawan
and Candra Wijaya (INA)
 Lee Dong-soo
and Yoo Yong-sung (KOR)
 Ha Tae-kwon
and Kim Dong-moon (KOR)
2004 Athens

 Ha Tae-kwon
and Kim Dong-moon (KOR)
 Lee Dong-soo
and Yoo Yong-sung (KOR)
 Eng Hian
and Flandy Limpele (INA)
2008 Beijing

 Markis Kido
and Hendra Setiawan (INA)
 Cai Yun
and Fu Haifeng (CHN)
 Hwang Ji-man
and Lee Jae-jin (KOR)

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Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Top 10 Badminton players and Badminton Tickets

Top 10 badminton players in the world 

Chong Wei LEE - Malaysia
Lee Chong Wei (simplified Chinese: 李宗; traditional Chinese: 李宗偉; pinyin: Lǐ Zōngwěi; born October 21, 1982 in Georgetown, Penang. is a professional badminton player from Malaysia who resides in Bukit Mertajam. Lee won the silver medal in the 2008 Olympic Games, thus becoming the first Malaysian to reach the final of the men's singles event and ending Malaysia's Olympic medal drought since the 1996 Games. This achievement also earned Lee the title Datuk, and a description by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak as a national hero.

Taufik HIDAYAT - Indonesia
Taufik Hidayat (born August 10, 1981 in Bandung, West Java) is an Indonesian badminton player. He is a former World and Olympic champion in men's singles. Taufik Hidayat has also won the Indonesian Open six times (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2006). Hidayat won the men's singles competition in badminton at the 2004 Summer Olympics. In August 2005, Hidayat won the men's singles competition at the IBF World Championships. Taufik Hidayat also won the gold medal at the Asian Games twice, at Busan in 2002 and Doha in 2006.
LIN Dan - China
Lin Dan (Chinese: 林丹; pinyin: Lín Dān; born October 14, 1983 in Longyan, Fujian[2]) is a professional badminton player from China. Lin Dan is a four-time world champion and the reigning Olympic champion. Widely considered to be the greatest badminton player of all time, by the age of 28 Lin had completed the "Super Grand Slam", having won all nine major titles in world badminton: Olympic Games, World Championships, World Cup, Thomas Cup, Sudirman Cup, Super Series Masters Finals, All England Open, Asian Games, and Asia Championships, becoming the first and only player to achieve this feat. Lin Dan has been nicknamed "Super Dan" by his fans.

CHEN Long - China
Chen Long (Chinese: 谌龙; born January 18, 1989 in Xiamen, Fujian) is a male badminton player from China. Chen was part of the Chinese team that successfully won gold at the 2010 Thomas Cup in Kuala Lumpur. He only featured in their opening match against Peru, taking just 31 minutes to beat his opponent, before being replaced in the team by Bao Chunlai for the later rounds. Chen's first individual title of 2010 came at the Bitburger Open in Germany, where he beat Denmark's Hans-Kristian Vittinghus 21–3 12–21 21–9 in the final of the GP Gold event. His good form continued when he finished runner-up to Lin Dan at the China Masters two weeks later, going down 15–21 21–13 14–21 to the reigning Olympic champion.

Boonsak PONSANA - Thailand
Boonsak Ponsana (Thai: บุญศักดิ์ พลสนะ; born February 22, 1982 in Bangkok) is a male badminton player from Thailand. Ponsana played badminton at the 2004 Summer Olympics in men' singles, defeating Chris Dednam of South Africa and Lee Hyun-il of Korea in the first two rounds. In the quarterfinals, Ponsana defeated Ronald Susilo of Singapore 15-10, 15-1. Ponsana advanced to the semifinals, in which Boonsak PONSANA lost to Taufik Hidayat of Indonesia 15-9, 15-2. In 2007 Boonsak PONSANA won the AVIVA OPEN SINGAPORE SUPER SERIES 2007, and in 2008 he won the Indian Open Grand prix. Boonsak Ponsana competed in Super Series Final 2009 but he did not qualify for the semi-finals. Boonsak PONSANA played for Thailand in 2009 SEA Games in Laos, bringing bronze for Thailand in men's team.

Peter Hoeg GADE - Denmark
Peter Høeg Gade (born December 14, 1976, in Aalborg, Denmark) is a Danish professional badminton player. Peter currently{when}} resides in Holte in Copenhagen. He has two children with the former handball player Camilla Høeg. Gade made his mark in badminton history through his All England Open Badminton Championships singles title in 1999 and his four European Championships crowns in the men's single event. Gade topped the world rankings from 1998 to 2001. With his 16 Grand-Prix titles, he has become one of the most successful players of all time. Into his 30s, Gade remains very active on the international circuit. On June 22, 2006, Gade briefly recaptured the number one spot in the world rankings. This was achieved after winning the Singapore Open and reaching the quarter-final at the Malaysia Open.

NGUYEN  Tien Minh - Vietnam
Nguyễn Tiến Minh, born February 17, 1983 in Ho Chi Minh City, is a male badminton player from Vietnam. Minh's career did not become well known nation-wide until 2002 when he, at the age of 19, victoriously defeated the long time national champion, Phu Cuong Nguyen, and seized the gold medal for the men single category.Nevertheless, despite all of Minh's painstaking endearment and awe-inspiring progress, the badminton player was receiving a salary of less than 150 US dollars a month, as most Vietnamese athletes were at the time. Now, after 9 years of contributing to the nation's sport team, while his ranking has been progressing significantly and rapidly, Minh's income has only been increased by around 50 dollars.

CHEN Jin - China
Chen Jin (simplified Chinese: 陈金; traditional Chinese: 陳金; pinyin: Chén Jīn; born January 10, 1986 in Handan, Hebei) is a male badminton player from China. He is currently rank 6 in world singles men, after defeating Taufik Hidayat in the final of the 2010 BWF World Championships in Paris. Chen Jin skipped the Proton Malaysia Open Super Series and Korea Open Super Series in January. His first tournament in 2009 was the All England Open Super Series. Chen Jin went down 12–21 6–11 (retired) against Lin Dan in the semi-final because of his slightly leg injury. A week later, Chen Jin participated in the Wilson Swiss Open. Chen came back to play in the 2010 Asian Games men's team tournament and the individual tournament which were held in Guangzhou, China. 

Chen Jin again helped Chinese men's team reach the final by defeating Hong Kong's Chan Yan Kit in the quarter-finals, Indonesia's Simon Santoso in the semi-final and in the final match, he beat South Korean Shon Wan Ho with an easy 21–9 21–15 win. Chen Jin also helped secure the men's team gold medal for China. Later in the individual match, Chen Jin again lost to the world number one Lee Chong Wei in rubber games 21–14 15–21 7–21. Chen Jin was tied at 15–15 in the second game against Chong Wei but let the world number one overtook him in the second game. In the final game, Chen Jin made a lot of careless mistakes and allowed the world number one to pull away at 11–4, 16–6 and 20–7. Hence, Chen Jin could only add a bronze medal for China in the individual event. A week later, Chen took part in the China Open Super Series which was held in Shanghai and reached the semi-finals.

Simon SANTOSO - Indonesia
Simon Santoso (born in Tegal, Central Java, July 29, 1985) is a male badminton player from Indonesia. When he was young, he joined the Tangkas Jakarta badminton club before joining the Indonesian National team PBSI. In 2005 he won the Robot HCMC Vietnam Satellite and the silver medal at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games. His best results on the world circuit until recently were runner-up finishes at the Singapore (2008), Swiss (2007), and Indonesia Super Series (2008) events . He was also a semi-finalist at the Japan Open Super Series (2007) and the Chinese Taipei Open (2007). In September 2008, Santoso won the Chinese Taipei Open after defeating Roslin Hashim from Malaysia in the final round by scores of 21–18, 13–21, 21–10. In October 2009, he won his first Super Series ever in Denmark Open Super Series, after beating Marc Zwiebler of Germany in the final round, 21-14, 21-6. He won gold in the 2009 Southeast Asian Games by defeating Sony Dwi Kuncoro.

PARK  Sung Hwan - Korea
Park Sung-hwan (Hangul: 朴成煥; born September 4, 1984 in Jeju-do) is a male badminton player from South Korea. Park is the top ranked men's singles player in Korea and has also enjoyed success at international level, winning individual medals at both the 2010 World Championships and 2010 Asian Games. Park entered the Korea Open Super Series tournament which is held in January in his home country. He made it through the early rounds but was eliminated at the quarter-final stage by the Denmark's ace Peter Gade, 21-17, 16-21, 20-22. A week later, Park lost 16-21 17-21 to Du Pengyu from China in the first round of the Malaysia Open. Afterwards in March, he fared little better at the All England Open, he beat Japanese Sho Sasaki 21-13 21-11 in the opening round and later no one can deny that he can lose badly 5-21 10-21 to 6th seed Bao Chunlai of China in the second round.


Olympic Badminton Tickets
The game of badminton is played on a court 13.4 metres long and 6.1 metres wide, which is divided in a half by a net about two metres high. At London 2012 Olympic Games players will compete first in a group stage, before progressing to the knock-out stage of the competition.London 2012 Olympic will see Badminton being contested in Wembley Arena from Saturday 28 July to Sunday 5 August. Badminton fans can get their Olympic Badminton Tickets from sport ticket Exchange. There was a mammoth demand for Badminton Tickets from the Badminton fans through all the world. Badminton Tickets are now accessible for reservation at sport ticket Exchange at inexpensive price. Olympic Games fans should be active swiftly to assurance their 2012 Olympic Tickets from sport ticket Exchange.