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2017 LABC Chinese New Year Tournament

The most exciting event of the year. Sponsored by Yonex and Los Angeles Badminton Club (LABC). Friday, April 7,2017 to Sunday, April 9, 2017

2017 USA BADMINTON LABC JUNIOR OPEN

Los Angeles Badminton Club and Yonex are proud to sponsor 2017 USA Junior Badminton Tournament on April 8-9, 2017

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Los Angeles Badminton Club (LABC) is offering 15 professional badminton courts with air-rubber suspension and covered with Yonex carpets

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Los Angeles Badminton Club (LABC) is offering the latest badminton gears from Yonex & Li-Ning and professional in house strings installation and professional training program

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Los Angeles Badminton Club (LABC) is offering a clean & sanitized facility for the excitement of our members and guests.

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The state of art Yonex professional grade mats on every court in our facility

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    Great day for Malaysia at badminton world juniors

    PETALING JAYA: Leong Jun Hao and Goh Jin Wei stayed steady to reach the fourth round of the individual competition at the World Junior ...

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    Lin Dan pulls out of Denmark Open

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    Jin Wei gets off to a fiery start in Yogjakarta

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    Kian Meng-Pei Jing hungry for another big upset in Denmark

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    Momota downs Igarashi for Dutch title

    PETALING JAYA: Shuttler Kento Momota is on the ...

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    End of the road for Yin Loo-Cheng Wen

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    Misbun identifies shuttlers who can make it big in international arena

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    Jun Hao puts behind team heartbreak to focus on individual world junior title

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    Yin Loo-Cheng Wen keep the flag flying in Dutch Open

    PETALING JAYA: Women’s doubles shuttlers Lim Yin Loo-Yap Cheng Wen have kept the Malaysian flag flying high in the Dutch Open by reaching the ...

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    Malaysia bow out to China in world junior mixed team final

    PETALING JAYA: A meltdown in the singles resulted in Malaysia losing to China again in the mixed team final at the World Junior ...

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    Misbun gets a kick out of grooming young ‘uns at coaching clinic

    KUALA LUMPUR: Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) singles head coach Misbun Sidek’s priority may be coaching the national shuttlers, but that hasn’t stopped him from investing in grooming aspiring talent ...

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    Malaysia fails to end China's reign at mixed team event at World Junior Championships

    PETALING JAYA: Malaysia failed to end China’s reign in the mixed team event at the World Junior ...

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    BAM celebrates National Sports Day in grand fashion

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    Malaysia out to stop China from winning 12th world junior title

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    Chong Ming and Co hold tourney to unearth badminton talent

    PETALING JAYA: Former doubles shuttler Chan Chong Ming left the national team nine years ago but that hasn’t stopped him from giving back to the ...

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    Hungry Yin Loo and Cheng Wen storm into quarters in Holland

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    Malaysia to meet China in Badminton World Junior Championships finals

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    Jack’s labour of love

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    Ex-shuttler Vountus returns to take up job as doubles coach

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    Asian champ leads the way as Malaysia storm into semis

    PETALING JAYA: Asian junior champion Leong Jun Hao was in his element to lead Malaysia into the semi-finals of the mixed team event at the World Junior ...

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    Coach worried shuttlers not really tested

    PETALING JAYA: Malaysia have enjoyed an easy run into the quarter-finals of the mixed team event at the World Junior Championships in Yogjakarta, ...

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    Malaysia prove too strong for New Zealand at world junior meet

    PETALING JAYA: Malaysia rested their top shuttlers but still proved too strong for New Zealand in the mixed team event at the World Junior ...

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    Ex-junior champ Seng Zoe quits national team

    KUALA LUMPUR: Former Under-18 boys’ singles champion Yeoh Seng Zoe has quit the national badminton ...

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    Youngster ready to make partnership with Liu Ying a success

    KUALA LUMPUR: Youngster Chen Tang Jie is relishing the chance to make headway with seasoned campaigner Goh Liu ...

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    Yoke Meng to blood first-timers for junior world group stages

    PETALING JAYA: National coach Kwan Yoke Meng’s immediate priority is to give the first-timers a run in the group stages at the World Junior ...

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    Fazriq aims to follow father’s footsteps after winning Under-15 doubles crown

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    Rony wants Jin Wei to relive the spirit of KL Games in Yogjakarta

    PETALING JAYA: Relive the spirit of the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games. This is national coach Rony Agustinus’ way of motivating Goh Jin Wei at the World Junior Cham­pionships in Yogjakarta, ...

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    Pei Jing-Kian Meng aim to get their game going in Odense

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    No Commonwealth Games outing, no problem for Chong Wei

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    Ee Wei hoping to go one better at second world junior outing

    PETALING JAYA: National junior shuttler Toh Ee Wei loves badminton so much that she even plays it during her free ...

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    Wei Chong aims high in his last world junior meet

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    Soniia must overcome stern test to avoid another early exit

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    World No. 7 has four tourneys to earn spot in Superseries Finals

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    Zii Jia relishes status behind Chong Wei

    KUALA LUMPUR: Lee Zii Jia is delighted to become the national No. 2 men’s singles player within a ...

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    Wise Jin Wei to focus solely on singles event at world junior meet

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    Chong Wei believes reaching the final in Japan a perfect confidence booster

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    Norza wants Soon Kit to find able replacement for Jeremy

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    Koo: Doubles players can succeed if they have similar goal

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    Six club players join BAM to bolster mixed doubles department

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    Liu Ying ready to mentor Tang Jie in comeback

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    Soon Kit to discuss Jeremy’s replacement with BAM

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    Independent shuttlers can forget Superseries and Grand Prix Gold meets

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    Momota just too good for Zii Jia in Czech Open semi-final

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    Doubles coach Jeremy decides it’s time to move on from BAM

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    Zii Jia and Chi Wing to slug it out for semis spot

    PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will have one shuttler in the men’s singles semi-finals at the fourth-tier Czech Open International ...

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