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Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games

Discussion in '2010 Tournaments' started by seawell, Apr 1, 2010.

  1. seawell

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    http://www.singapore2010.sg/public/sg2010/en/en_sports/en_26sports/en_badminton.html

    International Federation : Badminton World Federation (BWF)
    Venue :
    Singapore Indoor Stadium
    AGE GROUP
    (dd/mm/yy): 1/1/92-31/12/93
    QUALIFICATION SYSTEM
    (Qualifying Events) : 5 YCC in 2010, JWC in 2010
    Procedure : Highest ranked M and W (1 per NOC) qualify according to continental quotas at YCC or based on continental ranking list (Africa, America and Oceania - 2 per event; Asia and Europe - 5 per event). The remaining 7 places qualify through the 2010 JWC ranking list.



    GLOSSARY :

    M = MEN,
    W = WOMEN,
    WC = WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS,
    CC = CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIPS,
    JWC = JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS,
    JCC = JUNIOR CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIPS,
    YWC = YOUTH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS,
    YCC = YOUTH CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
     
  2. CLELY

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    Badminton competition schedule : 15 -19 August 2010.
    Total Gold Medal : 2 (Boy's Singles & Girl's Singles)
     
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    Hopes on shuttlers, Pandelela

    Wei Sheng swings into action today at the Singapore Indoor Stadium and should have little difficulty in getting off to a winning start in the boys’ singles against Kevin Ghislain of the Seychelles in his opening Pool G match.

    Wei Sheng must finish top of his group, which also includes Vietnam’s Nguyen Huynh Thong Thao and Emre Lale of Turkey, to make the quarter-finals.

    Sonia too should cruise through her opening match against Mariana Ugalde of Mexico today in the girls’ Pool F ahead of meetings with Ebru Tunali of Turkey and Nigeria’s Fateema Azeez tomorrow.
    The 32 players in both the boys’ and girls’ events are drawn into eight groups where only the group winners will advance to the knockout stage.

    http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/Hopesonshuttlers_Pandelela/Article

    Wei Sheng and Sonia have high expectations to meet


    “On paper, Wei Sheng may be facing India’s Saireneeth Bhamidipati for a place in the semi-finals,” Kim Tho said.


    “He actually has a good chance to win and reach the medal rounds compared to the title favourites from South Korea, China and Thailand.


    “Sonia should be up against the top Thai girl Taerattanachai Sapsiree if she reaches the quarter-finals.


    “But if she clears the hurdle, her chances of winning a medal will be good.
    “The quarter-finals will be where the actual battle starts and it is anybody’s game as competition at the junior level is always a close affair.”


    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.asp?file=/2010/8/15/sports/6860326&sec=sports

    where is the draw?screaming
    :crying:
     
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    LWS and Sonia will get to the QF easily. Sonia has an uphill task waiting in the QF though.
     
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    Evert S and Rena S clear 1st hurdle at prelims...
     
  7. malings

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    No challenge here!
    Sonia just withdraw oc!
     
  8. etudiant

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    Are u sure....well, there still Deng X (Chn), Sapsiree and Rena Suwarno....
     
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    Slim chance for Rena Suwarno to advance as she's drawn in same pool w/ Deng X.....as for Evert should be no problem getting into qf...other fav like Naoko Fukuman, F Deprez, Carolina Marin also won in day 1....as Vu Thi T surprisingly def Choi Hye in....
     
  10. badMania

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    It will be interesting to see who will be facing Evert Sukamta in the QF.
     
  11. jug8man

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    The Opening Ceremony telecast was horrendous...

    What happened to Singapore standards?
     
  12. ctjcad

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    ^^horrendous??..^^

    ..wait til our mr.t starts going all out in the "S'pore Also Can" thread..:eek:
     
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    I doubt he watched it.

    Unless there was an equal unhappy reporter to publish it... i doubt he'd have his consistent source to grief about.

    Unless he's being inconsistent of course ;)
     
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    ..if i were you, i'd hope and pray Loh will skip this thread and not read your post mentioning abt the Opening Ceremony..
     
  15. jug8man

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    why would you think that about Loh ?
     
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    ^^oh no..^^

    ..probably no harm, but he'll usually make a comment or two esp. if there's any mention abt his beloved country or anything related to it..:cool:
     
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    Yes, no harm in sharing comments and opinions. I think I know him well enough.
     
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    From the Draw Procedure, it seems that Evert Sukamta will face:
    QF - Kang Ji Wook [1]
    SF - either Hsieh Feng-Tse or H.S. Prannoy [3/4]

    In the lower half: Huang Chao, Huang Yuxiang [3/4], Loh Wei Sheng [5/8], Pisit Poodchalat [5/8] or Flemming Quach appear to be the favorites for the QF berths.

    Evert stands a chance of progressing far.
     
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    Do you think he has a chance to grab a medal...??? Why Ina only send him and Rena....they should have a back up to increase their chances.....
     
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    There's quota of 2 representatives in each field for both BS & GS.
    In any case, the qualification is determined by the positions achieved in this year's AJC & WJC.

    Both INA players qualified via the AJC. We originally thought that Riyanto Subagja also qualified for the YOG since he reached the QF of WJC, but somehow, BWF determined that he didn't manage to qualify eventually.

    I think Evert stands a good chance of winning a medal since he avoided the big guns like Loh Wei Sheng or Huang Yuxiang before the Final. Kang Ji Wook is more of a Doubles player than Singles (in my opinion) and I think Evert's experience of playing in various Sirnas in the Adult Division should help him.

    Meanwhile, Hsieh Feng-Tse had beaten H.S. Prannoy in the AJC this year but Prannoy avenged that loss in the WJC. Hsieh himself lost to Cai Ruqing who lost to Evert in the QF. So, I think Evert stands a good chance against either Hsieh or Prannoy.
     

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