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Blibli.com Yonex Sunrise BWF World Junior Championships 2017 (Mixed Team & Individual)

Discussion in '2017 Tournaments' started by Master, Sep 29, 2017.

  1. Master

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    Category : BWF Events

    Venue : Among Rogo Arena, Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia

    Eligible players : under 19 years old of age or must have been born in 1999 or later

    There will be 45 countries taking part to compete for the Suhandinata Cup (mixed team event) which is use Sudirman Cup system.

    A total of 488 young athletes from 64 countries will be down in the individual category Blibli.com Yonex Sunrise BWF World Junior Championships 2017, on 16 to 22 October. The number is a new history throughout the tournament rolling in various countries around the world.

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    TournamentSoftware Link :

    • Mixed Team https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=34514964-624B-4613-88EF-3D719A10EDC4
    Individual https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=1EB05F2B-40D6-456F-8DD8-D91F0EA12DE7

    2016 World Junior Champions
    Mixed Team Event : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...=71E1CCBA-C608-420E-8197-C17EBB82EC0C&draw=66
    • Gold medal => China
    • Silver medal => Malaysia
    • Bronze medal => Japan & Thailand


    Individual Event : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/winners.aspx?id=2256677A-44AD-4E24-AF38-E0F3F347DDEE
    • BS : Sun Feixiang (CHN)
    • GS : Chen Yufei (JPN)
    • BD : Han Chengkai/Zhou Haodong (CHN)
    • GD : Sayaka Hobara/Nami Matsuyama (JPN)
    • XD : He Jiting/Du Yue (CHN)



    MIXED TEAM EVENT - SUHANDINATA CUP (October 9-14, 2017)

    WJC Teams Seeding (Updated 22th September 2017) : http://system.bwfbadminton.com/uploads/2017/09/24/WJC 2017- results of group draw table 45 teams 23 Sept.pdf

    DRAW (Updated 28th September 2017) : http://system.bwfbadminton.com/uploads/2017/09/29/WJC live draw results -28-09-2017.pdf

    WJC Team Schedule (Updated Saturday, 7th October 2017) : http://system.bwfbadminton.com/uploads/2017/10/08/WJC 2017 - Team Schedule(07-10-17).pdf


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    INDIVIDUAL EVENT - EYE LEVEL CUP (October 16-22, 2017)

    Seeding Report : 5th October 2017

    DRAW
    : 14th October 2017

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  2. nilesh123

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    8 groups , does that mean one team from each sub group?
    France indeed preety lucky, TPE, DEN and ENG not so much
     
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    Yes, Table toppers advance. There are 3 groups with 5 teams, Group D, E and G I think top team gets QF ticket from these 3 as they play 2 extra matches.
     
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    I don't think that's true, selecting 2 teams from D E and G is more reasonable, but then there will be 11 teams, anyways it's just very hard luck for Den and TPE
     
  5. event

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    Nonetheless, that's the way it has always worked. In past years, there has always been an effective knockout round of 16, where the leaders of Groups A1 and A2, for example, played off for a spot in the final 8. This year, 3 teams will have 'byes' into the quarter-finals (from the three 5-team groups) but especially in the case of Group G, that will be very hard-won indeed. Last year, those round of 16 ties included Indonesia vs. Korea, Japan vs. Singapore, and China vs. England, etc. but all 8 ties ended 3-0 except for Chinese Taipei beating Poland 3-1.
     
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    That Blibli.com was unnecessary in the title.
     
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    Mixed Team Final Result

    ----- https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...=34514964-624B-4613-88EF-3D719A10EDC4&draw=52
    01. China
    02. Malaysia
    3/4. Korea
    3/4. Japan
    05. Indonesia
    06. India
    07. Thailand
    08. France
    ----- https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...=34514964-624B-4613-88EF-3D719A10EDC4&draw=53
    09. England
    10. Sweden
    11. Chinese Taipei
    12. Singapore
    13. Spain
    14. Russia
    15. Poland
    16. Belgium
    ----- https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...=34514964-624B-4613-88EF-3D719A10EDC4&draw=15
    17. Denmark
    18. Canada
    19. Philippines
    20. New Zealand
    21. Brazil
    22. USA
    23. Scotland
    24. Macau
    ----- https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...=34514964-624B-4613-88EF-3D719A10EDC4&draw=29
    25. Hong Kong
    26. Germany
    27. Hungary
    28. Slovakia
    29. Finland
    30. Norway
    31. South Africa
    32. Latvia
    ----- https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...=34514964-624B-4613-88EF-3D719A10EDC4&draw=54
    33. Bulgaria
    34. Netherlands
    35. Australia
    36. Ghana
    37. Sri Lanka
    38. El Salvador
    39. Egypt
    40. Georgia
    ----- https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...=34514964-624B-4613-88EF-3D719A10EDC4&draw=55
    41. Czech Republic
    42. Nepal
    43. Mongolia
    44. Armenia

    Mixed Team Final Replay
     
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    Training Camp 2017 Road to World Junior Championships (September 24 - October 5, 2017)
    Participant : Armenia, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Georgia, New Zealand, and Timor Leste.
    The Training Camp held in Djarum Badminton Arena, Magelang, Central Java province. The training camp will be ended with 3 days mini tournament (October, 3-5, 2017).



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    (The training camp participants visiting Borobudur Temple)

    Education Class Session
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    Saturday Topic: Coaching Process
    Speaker: Basri Yusuf (Development & Sport Science Director of PBSI)

    Christian Hadinata, Indonesian Badminton Legend is one of the coach in Training Camp
     
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    Still you could have chosen to avoid it.
     
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    Memories from the World Junior Championships
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    It’s the World Junior Championships in Indonesia this month and thinking about it has brought back great memories of our time treading the boards at that level. Unbelievably it’s ten years since Gabby and I played there together and won a silver medal. I remember it vividly. It was our second World Championships and at the time winning the medal was the biggest moment of our young careers. I’ll gloss over the fact that we let a gold-medal match point slip through our fingers, but as that’s weirdly still pretty raw, the less said about that, the better! I will say though that no one has ever won the mixed final at the Junior World Championships and gone on to win the senior world title. It’s happened in singles and doubles but never mixed, so maybe it was a good thing that we never won.

    For juniors, this is the one you want to do really well at, and the nerves and the excitement are everything that we still wrestle with as seniors. It’s the first time you get to see the large contingent of Asian players, and pit yourself against some of the best emerging talent. The 2007 World Champs was our very last event in juniors and so it was a great way to finish our careers and a massive highlight.

    We’re often asked about how we came to the decision to go full time, or how we made the transition from good juniors to successful seniors. There’s no major secret. First and foremost, you’ve got to love the sport. We always had our hearts set on making it, and only through having that kind of motivation can you really apply yourself in the way that you need to in order to make it to the top. Secondly, you’ve got to be prepared to work hard, but harder than you could have ever imagined. We’ve always been earlier than everyone else in to training, we train at weekends when other people choose not to. We’ve relentlessly tracked and observed the top players, even when we’ve been knocked out of the tournament through watching videos or watching Youtube to analyze what they did well. We’ve always been very astute with our diets and made sure we had early nights. The number of boozy nights we’ve had is minimal as we know that every day we have to wake up and be in the best possible shape to tackle training or matches. And yet, we absolutely love it.

    From day one you have to be willing to pour every inch of your life into this badminton bubble. We have this incredible opportunity to have an amazing career, and we want to grab it with both hands and be the best that we can be. Who knows how good we’ll be, but we will make damn sure that when we look back on everything, that we’ll be able to say that we did everything and more to reach the top. There simply are no shortcuts, and that’s something that stays with you the whole time as a senior player.

    We make a point of regularly speaking to the up and coming Brits about the realities of life on tour. Graduating to seniors is a shock to the system and you have to claw your way up, prove your worth, and appreciate that it’s this constant evolution of learning.

    Moving to Milton Keynes when we did at age 18 and 16 was the best decision we ever made. It was the final piece of the puzzle and we have our parents to thanks for fully supporting our dreams. Having their backing has absolutely meant the world to us, and without doubt, has played a massive part in helping us to get where we are now. It was them who ferried us all round the country for tournaments, and sacrificed so much of their own time and money, not forgetting of course the endless nights they spent waiting for us at training sessions. We know they are our biggest supporters, and the best way that we can repay those monumental levels kindness and commitment is to keep working hard, and to keep winning.

    Our advice to all the juniors competing at the World Juniors, and indeed for all those young players who are considering their options now that juniors has come to an end, is to work hard, be patient, and absorb as much information from as many sources as you can. There are so many brilliant people out there… watch them, listen to them and learn from them, and you won’t go far wrong. World Juniors seems like such a big deal at the time, but practically it’s far more important that you use the experience to develop as a player and as a person, rather than focusing solely on the results.

    Best of luck to all the Brits competing at the World Juniors. Enjoy it!

    Chris

    Source: https://www.theadcocks.com/memories-world-junior-championships/
     
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    Have you rechecked your title?

    ''Bli Bli dot com'' ''YONEX'' ''SUNRISE'' ...that's one too many sponsors in the heading and puts people off.
     
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    I thought the article said it's an under-strength Korean team for the Suhandinata Cup (Team Event).
     
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    Which team is favoured to win the Team cup? Is it CHN again?
     
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    Do you dare to differ? :p

    Yes the article says Korea will be "under strength" in the team event, making them just virtually #1 seed, there's goes one competitor. Let's see what Gregoria and co (she'll be there?) And Japan has to offer.
     
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    Newsletter Pre Event WJC 2017
    http://system.bwfbadminton.com/uploads/2017/09/29/News letter Pre Event WJC 2017.pdf

    Excerpt:


    • Among Rogo Arena offers 8 competition courts, 4 warming-up courts, 9 training courts, and athletes lounge.
    • Coaching clinic from October 18 to 19.
    • Welcome dinner at historical Hindu Temple of Prambanan Compound

    Local organizers are preparing a special welcome ceremony, including special Yogyakarta cultural events, for all participating athletes and guests of the 2017 Blibli.com Yonex Sunrise BWF World Junior Championships.

    Previously, Welcome Dinner was held in an official hotel. But this year, organizers want to offer something different where the event will be part of the cultural day activities that take place at Prambanan Temple Compound, located 17 kilometers away from the heart of the city. The temple is one of the favorite tourism spots in Yogyakarta and the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia. Standing at 47 meters in height, the temple is a historical site built in the 10th century under the leadership of two ancient Javanese Kings, Rakai Pikatan and Rakai Balitung.

    The Cultural Day activities will start at 3.00 pm where participants and guests will be touring the temple compound to enjoy the beauty of the site. Visitors will also be provided with information of cultural heritages of Yogyakarta –such as the art of making batik, painting wayang (traditional Javanese puppets), traditional music instruments and dances- at various booths during the event.

    Favorite dishes of Yogyakarta, such as Javanese style fried noodle, klatak satay (mutton satay) and gudeg which is made from young unripe jack fruit boiled with other ingredients, will also be served to honor guests. While enjoying the traditional dishes, guests will be entertained with contemporary dance of Pragina Gong. The cultural day and welcome dinner will be joined by Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, the ruling Sultan of the historic Yogyakarta Sultanate and the City Governor.
     
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    Training Camp 2017 Road to World Junior Championships

    Day 10 - Mini tournament will starting today.


    Episode 3 Video featuring Brazil's player

     
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    Badminton Unlimited 2017 | Episode 196 : Training Camp 2017 Road to World Junior Championships

    In their latest efforts, Indonesia hosted a training camp to help some of the national teams prepare for the upcoming BWF World Junior Championships taking place in Yogyakarta.

     
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    Yes, under-strength. The list on tournamentsoftware overstates the strength of the Korean team by including 11 players who won't be there. Kim Won Ho, Kang Min Hyuk, Kim Moon Jun, Lee Yu Rim, Baek Ha Na, Na Sung Seung, Wang Chan, Shin Tae Yang, Kim Min Ji, Seong Ah Yeong, and Park Ga Eun are all going to be busy next week playing for their high school teams in Korea
     
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    Training Camp 2017 Road to World Junior Championships

    Episode 4 Video : Fun Challenge


    Episode 5 Video : Skill Challenge


    Episode 6 Video : Fun Game




     
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