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Kumiko Ogura ( 小椋 久美子 ) and Reiko Shiota ( 潮田 玲子 ) Pictures

Discussion in 'Japan Professional Players' started by ants, Oct 23, 2005.

  1. Sealman

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    its a pity my shoe size is not available at shuttlehouse
     
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    Don't know if posted before but found on flickr (and the share option doesn't work :rolleyes: so reposting)

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    You can try on rakuten alternatively if you don't mind EMS shipping (haven't ordered from before, especially because of EMS :D)
     
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    thank demolidor. was pleasantly surprised to find a similar model in a local store under the model number G16007. the sales staff drew a blank when i asked if this is the adistar 200+.

    http://www.togj.com/item/446202/

    sorry mods for off-topic. now back to reiko shiota :)
     
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    Haha no doubt ... That Miki Ando and Takahasi stuff is going through the roof on the other hand. Just goes to show how far down the ladder badminton is ... Ikeda's (bland) shirt down at the bottom while Takahashi's boots are up to €5000 already without the blades. Even the 'back to the future' softball cleats are fetching more ...
     
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    Yucks, but I think her sweat is worth its weight in gold :).
     
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    I want the Miki Ando one [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]. Miki and Daisuke were world champions. I wonder how much Mao Asada's stuff will be worth. She's currently very popular.
     
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    I recently recorded one of their interviews and news about their retirement from a japanese tv station using my digital camera:D.
    Don't quite understand what are they talking about though, but it seems that kumiko ogura is coaching the juniors and giving some badminton clinic in Japan now.

    That show was about news and archivements of japanese female atheles though;) including the famous victory of that japanese lady winning the asian games 2010 atheltics 100 m race.. She's a big star in Japan now.;)
     
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    There's a facebook page of her as well.. Not sure whether its the real person
     
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    Kinda misses both of them playing, heard that they might be reuniting for a Charity gig... will see how it develope.
     
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    Shoulder hair length is still better.
     
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    Gillian Clark did mention about Reiko doing her part in conserving electricity, in view of the Great East Japan Earthquake aftermath. Apparently, it takes 2 minutes to use the hairdryer for short hair, and 10 minutes for long.
     

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