Venue : Riocentro Pavilion 4, Rio de Janeiro-BRA Schedule : 11-20 August 2016 Rio Olympic Website : https://www.rio2016.com/en/badminton BWF Olympic Website : http://olympics.bwfbadminton.com/ BWF Live Score : http://olympics.bwfbadminton.com/live/ Tournamentsoftware link : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=3400A457-E0A4-4C87-89CA-C9A6CF1B2C0D Live Streaming & Live TV Broadcast information : http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...ing-and-tv-broadcast-for-rio-olympics.165856/ Rio de Janeiro time : http://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wtzresult.php?CiID=1307&forma=Find Time The last day of badminton competition in Rio will stage two men's singles clashes, bronze and gold medal match => http://olympics.bwfbadminton.com/live/?match=BDM001102&tab=live *Men's Singles Bronze Medal match (08.30am local time, court 1) - Lin Dan (CHN) v Viktor Axelsen (DEN) H-2-H stat : 2-2 / WR : 3 v 4 It's doubtedly that two-time Olympic Champion still has extra motivation to contest for bronze medal match againt Danish young challenger. Axelsen agressive style will trouble Lin as he did in their last meeting at Denmark Premier. Lin presented his best in semifinal to eye unprecedented Olympic badminton gold hat-trick but lost narrowly to his arch-rival Lee Chong Wei in physically demanding duel that spent 83 minutes of play. *Men's Singles Gold Medal Match (09.20am, court 1) - Lee Chong Wei (MAS) v Chen Long (CHN) H-2-H : 13-12 / WR : 1 v 2 An ideal final based on world rank and seeding position as only men's singles category is going to the script even at semifinal stage. Lee looks unstoppable to nail gold medal in his last Olympic, his important winning over long-time nemesis Lin Dan yesterday definitely enhance self confidence that he can do it this time in Rio. Two-time world Champion Chen needs desperately to prove he's China leading man and is trying hard to be out of his illustrious compatriot shadow. It's gonna be tough final tie, Lee won last four meetings and he's favoured to overcome the tall and lanky Chen. First semifinal of Men's singles yesterday saw a master-class exhibition between Lee v Lin, Chinese ace took first game as Lee looked nervous and produced many uncharacteristic errors. In second game, the Malaysian took control the whole game, the real battle happened at deciding game where neck to neck scoreline until 16-16 then Lee cruise to lead 19-16 and match point 20-17. A drama continued as Lin saved three match points to level 20-20 then Lee grabbed next two crucial point, finally he could overcome Lin in a major event after swallowed disappointment repeatedly in World Championships (2011, 2013), Asian Games (2010, 2014) and Olympic Games (2008, 2012). An epic episode of two badminton icons that maybe their last encounter in international tournament. Second last four clash of men's singles was an anticlimax, the composed Chen Long had little trouble against Axelsen who seemed frustrated to break Chen solid defense, as the Chinese displayed superb retrieving skill, he stepped up to gold medal match after failed to reach final four years ago. The Spanish badminton queen, Carolina Marin completed her prestigious title collection to win badminton grand slam, Olympic Champion & World Championships gold medal in a grueling encounter against Indian promising star, Pusarla Venkatta Sindhu. Marin took lead at early stage of first game before Sindhu slowly catched up and grabbed it, 21-19. Then it's reversal situation for Marin as she ruled second game convincingly. Final game showed close match until interval 11-10, after that Marin cruised to lead with big margin and close the match, 21-15. An amazing achievement by the Spaniard to create history in world badminton also P.V. Sindhu as well to deliver first silver medal for India after bronze by Saina Nehwal in London 2012. Fu Haifeng/Zhang Nan saved China face yesterday to claim gold medal after battled hard to eliminate Malaysian dynamic duo Goh V Shem/Tan Wee Kiong. The Chinese pair dropped first game then took next set easily, tight contest happened at final game, the vast experienced Fu Haifeng played the role in critical and thrilling situation. A fantastic achievement by Fu Haifeng as he defends his Olympic title with different partner! Malaysia needs longer time to score first ever gold in Olympic Games as men's singles final will rolling today.