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    MetLife Promotes Healthy Lifestyle

    On the sidelines of the recent XIAMENAIR Australian Badminton Open 2016, tournament series sponsor, MetLife, took the opportunity to promote healthy living to schoolgirls in Sydney – and fittingly using ...

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    Lee, Tai Top Earners

    Winning the BCA Indonesia Open has turned out to be lucrative for Lee Chong Wei and Tai Tzu Ying as they lead the World Superseries prize money earners for 2016 ...

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    Saina Burns Sun – Singles Finals: XIAMENAIR Australian Open 2016

    Saina Nehwal continued to be a revelation today, not only to fans but also to herself, fighting back tenaciously to clinch her first championship on the MetLife BWF World Superseries ...

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    Chinese ‘Newcomers’ Win – Doubles Finals: XIAMENAIR Australian Open 2016

    China’s latest Women’s Doubles manoeuvre – pairing Bao Yixin and Chen Qingchen – reaped handsome rewards today as the first-time duo captured the XIAMENAIR Australian Badminton Open 2016 title. Withstanding two ...

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    Saina and Sun Shine – Day 5: XIAMENAIR Australian Open 2016

    Shrugging off poor head-to-head records, Saina Nehwal and Sun Yu ousted rivals who have usually given them immense trouble en route to the Women’s Singles final in Sydney today. First, Sun ...

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    Chen’s Long Wait Continues – Day 4: XIAMENAIR Australian Open 2016

    A fearless performance by Anthony Ginting dethroned Chen Long as Men’s Singles champion Down Under today, condemning the ace athlete to almost a year without a victory on the MetLife ...

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    Australia Make Rio Picks

    Australian Men’s Doubles duo, Matthew Chau/Sawan Serasinghe, and their Mixed Doubles compatriots, Robin Middleton/Leanne Choo (featured image), are Rio-bound. The two pairs were selected by Australia’s National Olympic Committee (NOC) under ...

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    Chinese Cheers – Day 3: XIAMENAIR Australian Open 2016

    Upcoming Chinese partnerships ended the ambitions of two top Mixed Doubles pairs today as quarter-finalists in the XIAMENAIR Australian Badminton Open 2016 were decided. First, Liu Yuchen and Tang Jinhua combined ...

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    ‘Mixed’ Fortunes – Day 2: XIAMENAIR Australian Open 2016

    Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir’s miserable downturn haunted them again today as they were bounced from the XIAMENAIR Australian Badminton Open 2016 in the first round. For the second successive week ...

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    Home Hopefuls Grab Chance – Day 1: XIAMENAIR Australian Open 2016

    Hosts Australia seized full advantage of the absence of star athletes to progress as many of their own players as possible to the main draw of their home tournament in ...

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    Li-Ning – A Stringing Success!

    They often go unnoticed, working diligently from early morning until late in the evening at BWF tournaments to ensure players are ‘well armed’ for their on-court battles. Who are they? They are ...

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    China Dominate Top Ten – Superseries Season Halfway Review: Mixed Doubles

    Two World Superseries titles have propelled Mixed Doubles pair Lu Kai and Huang Yaqiong to just 340 points short of the top spot in the Destination Dubai Rankings midway through ...

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    Underdogs Sense Opportunity – Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2016 Preview

    Having qualified for his fifth Olympics, Boonsak Ponsana will look to shore up his ranking points with a solid performance at the Yonex Open Chinese Taipei, the penultimate Grand Prix ...

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    Japan Hold the Aces – Superseries Season Halfway Review: Women’s Doubles

    Japan dominate the top echelon of the Destination Dubai Rankings in Women’s Doubles, with three pairs making the top eight at the half-way stage of the MetLife BWF World Superseries season. Naoko ...

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    Young Indonesians Gallop Ahead – Superseries Season Halfway Review: Men’s Doubles

    Indonesian Men’s Doubles pair Markus Fernaldi Gideon and Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo have rocketed to the top of the Destination Dubai Rankings on the back of stellar performances over the first ...

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    ‘May’ Shows Her Might: Superseries Season Halfway Review – Women’s Singles

    It is a measure of the depth and diversity of Women’s Singles badminton that the top ten players on the Destination Dubai Rankings come from seven nations! The last couple of ...

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    ‘Veterans’ Still Going Strong: Superseries Season Halfway Review – Men’s Singles

    The first six events of the MetLife BWF World Superseries season had a powerful message for those who believe that sport is driven only by young blood. Five of the six ...

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    Wong Breezes past Tian Houwei – Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2016: Day 3

    Men’s Singles favourite Tian Houwei floundered in the third round of the Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2016 today at the hands of Wong Wing Ki. The fourth seed from China, expected ...

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    Buranaprasertsuk Falls to Lee Jang Mi – Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2016: Day 2

    Women’s Singles fifth seed Porntip Buranaprasertsuk was bounced out of the Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2016 by Korea’s Lee Jang Mi today. The Thai had had a good season so far, ...

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    Hosts in Sight of Three Titles – Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2016: Day 5

    Chinese Taipei enjoyed a happy semi-finals day at the Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2016, giving themselves a shot at three titles. Chou Tien Chen, Tai Tzu Ying and Chen Hung Ling/Wang ...

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    Jindapol Eclipses Sun – Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2016: Day 4

    Nitchaon Jindapol soured an otherwise perfect day for China as she ambushed Women’s Singles third seed Sun Yu to make the semi-finals of the Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2016 today. The ...

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    Chou, Tai Serve Up Sunday Special – Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2016: Finals

    Chou Tien Chen and Tai Tzu Ying grabbed singles glory for the hosts as curtains fell on the Yonex Open Chinese Taipei 2016 today. China were victorious in the three ...

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    Mexico Completes Olympic List

    The National Olympic Committee of Mexico has accepted BWF’s invitation for Lino Munoz’s participation in the Men’s Singles competition of the Rio Olympics, ensuring that all five categories have a ...

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    Boe/Mogensen Claim Gold – Yonex US Open Review

    Less than five months after a brain aneurysm laid Carsten Mogensen low, the Men’s Doubles star captured Grand Prix Gold glory at the Yonex US Open yesterday with Mathias Boe. The ...

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    BWF Launches Olympic Website

    The Badminton World Federation has launched its Olympic website to bring fans the latest news, live scores, photos and other information from the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Badminton enthusiasts will be ...

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    BWF to Explore Outdoor and Online Options

    In keeping up with sport’s ever-evolving, multi-dimensional landscape, the Badminton World Federation will be exploring “exciting and innovative” prospects to transform badminton into an outdoor/beach sport as well as an ...

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    Ratchanok Intanon Cleared of Anti-Doping Violation

    A BWF Doping Hearing Panel has cleared Ratchanok Intanon of any anti-doping rule violation and the Badminton World Federation (BWF) has lifted her provisional suspension, imposed five days ago – ...

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    No Rio Repeat for Olympic Champs

    Olympic champions, Tian Qing and Zhao Yunlei, will not defend their Women’s Doubles gold medal in Rio as their entry has been withdrawn by China’s National Olympic Committee (NOC). Tian and ...

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    Lee, Marin Lead Seedings

    Malaysia’s Lee Chong Wei and Spain’s Carolina Marin are the top seeds in Men’s Singles and Women’s Singles respectively for the Olympic Games in Rio. The seedings are based on today’s ...

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    Mechanics of the Olympic Draw

    The seedings for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Badminton Competition have set the stage for the much-awaited Draw Ceremony next Tuesday (26 July). The draw format consists of group play followed by knockout. ...

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    Chou Riding High on Confidence

    Chou Tien Chen might not be one of the frequently-discussed medal prospects at the Olympics, but the Chinese Taipei hope will go to Rio in the best possible frame of ...

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    Rio Countdown: Dutch Duo Seek to Re-create Magic

    With memories of their eventful BWF World Championships 2015 campaign still fresh, Jacco Arends and Selena Piek are looking ahead to the Rio Olympics with zest. The Dutch pair are in ...

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    Contenders Brace for Hard Battles

    With the Olympic draw completed, the various contenders and team officials contemplated their prospects – some were relieved; others reconciled to the severity of early tests. Denmark’s head coach Lars Uhre stated ...

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    Possible Lee-Lin ‘Semis’ Showdown

    Arch-rivals and finalists in the last two Olympic Men’s Singles competitions – Lin Dan and Lee Chong Wei – will not clash for a third gold medal in Rio. The most ...

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    Rio Countdown: Australian Duo Look to Make Impact

    Having grabbed a last-gasp opportunity to qualify for the Rio Olympics, Matthew Chau and Sawan Serasinghe are determined to make it count. The Men’s Doubles duo from Australia were No.60 in ...

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    Rio Countdown: Chou Riding High on Confidence

    Chou Tien Chen might not be one of the frequently-discussed medal prospects at the Olympics, but the Chinese Taipei hope will go to Rio in the best possible frame of ...

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    Rio Countdown: Aussies Living a Dream

    For Australia’s Robin Middleton and Leanne Choo, qualifying to the Rio Olympics will be living a dream, and they promise to give it everything they have. The Mixed Doubles duo, who ...

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    ‘One Match at a Time’

    Tuesday’s Olympic draw might have been the talk of the badminton world, but one of the principal protagonists shrugged off its repercussions on his campaign. Malaysia’s Lee Chong Wei (featured image) ...

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    Olympic Channel Launch on August 21

    The International Olympic Committee (IOC) yesterday announced the launch of its ground-breaking new media destination, the Olympic Channel, where fans can experience the power of sport and the Olympic Movement ...

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    Group Surprises Lurk for Unwary Contenders

    Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan might be ruing their luck as they launch their Olympic campaign from the toughest group in Men’s Doubles. The World champions (featured image) from Indonesia, placed ...

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    Zhang/Zhao the Opening Act

    Mixed Doubles defending champions Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei will open the Badminton Competition at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games with their Group A match on Thursday 11 August at ...

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    Doubles Preview: Group Surprises Lurk for the Unwary

    Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan might be ruing their luck as they launch their Olympic campaign from the toughest group in Men’s Doubles. The World champions (featured image) from Indonesia, placed ...

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    Singles Preview: The Promise of Epic Battles

    Fascinating clashes of styles and personalities look set to unfold in Rio as the world’s finest singles players battle for the sport’s biggest prize. In both Men’s Singles and Women’s Singles, ...

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    A First for Flag-Bearer Lee

    For all the accolades in his glittering career, Lee Chong Wei will add a new honour to the list tomorrow when he carries the Malaysian flag in the Opening Ceremony ...

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    A First for Flag-Bearer Lee

    For all the accolades in his glittering career, Lee Chong Wei will add a new honour to the list tomorrow when he carries the Malaysian flag in the Opening Ceremony ...

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    Savouring the Olympic Flavour

    The smile hasn’t left Ygor Coelho de Oliveira’s face for many hours now – nor is it likely to disappear any time soon. Still floating dreamily after being part of the ...

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    Fifth Olympic Salvo for Mateusiak

    Long after his early contemporaries turned coaches or faded into oblivion, Robert Mateusiak is still going strong. The 40-year-old Pole is on the cusp of his fifth Olympics and unintimidated ...

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    Koreans Double Their Account – Day 2 Session 3: Rio 2016

    Jung Kyung Eun and Shin Seung Chan delivered a clinical performance against potentially troublesome opposition tonight to remain on track for the Women’s Doubles quarter-finals. The No.4 seeds smothered twin sisters ...

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