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2010 Li Ning Seattle Open

Discussion in 'USA West' started by rocketscience, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. rocketscience

    rocketscience New Member

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    With $5000 US on the line, this tournament is attracting some of the
    best in Badminton today. Current stars who will be playing are 2005 World
    Champions Tony Gunawan and Howard Bach, 2008 US Olympian Raju Rai and World Championship Bronze Medallist Huaiwen Xu.

    The tournament has two categories, Open and Open B. The Open B
    category is very similar to the BCD format and will feature
    appropriate leveling. The Open categories features cash prizes for the

    winners and runners and the Open B categories has cool prizes too.

    For more info please download the entry form from the following url,
    http://bellevuebadminton.com/bbc/seattleopen


    If you have any questions/comments please contact the tournament chair at,
    seattle.open@gmail.com
     
  2. Fan888

    Fan888 Regular Member

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    Way to go Seattle. Way to go Li Ning. More sponsorship in the US. The market here is wide open :)
     
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  5. goodfunsmash

    goodfunsmash Regular Member

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    Good Video, and thanks for sharing!
    How many courts you have in the gym?
    Is it a full time badminton gym?
     

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