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Discussion in '2015 Tournaments' started by TimothyHsu, Jun 6, 2015.
Good effort from Jeon Hyeok Jin to reach the final.
And an even better effort by him to win the gold medal!
seem Korea team take the clean sweep...
What a way to loose the last point for Wang and Zhang. Controversial indeed.
Have seen this video couple times, last point should be "IN" and point for China. If argue for IN or OUT should be "IN'. If argue for KKJ touching shuttlecock definetly "NO".
And they scooped all badminton gold here also tops medal table overall.
Jeon Hyeok Jin stole the show as he surprised his more favoured senior compatriot, Son Wan Ho to clinch gold medal, 22-20 / 13-21 / 21-17. Looks like Son WH is displaying off form lately after won HKG SS end of last year.
Kim Gi-jung/Kim Sa-rang defeated Wang Yilyu/Zhang Wen 21-16, 22-20... it's well-known that it's difficult to beat the home players in KOR due to some surprise factors.
But Wang/Zhang had got their mark beating Ko Sung-hyun/Lee Yong-dae in QF.
The Summer Olympics and Asian Games are the two most important multi-sport events for the Asian nations. I believe the Asians do not give the Summer Universiade the much attention or significance except perhaps the host.
The Korean university entrance examination and the Chinese Gaokao are reputed to be the most competitive and stressful examinations in the world. We have read of parents praying for divine intervention when their children are sitting for the said examinations. In extreme cases students are reported to have gone on drips to put whatever it is into their systems to keep themselves awake and focused when they are preparing for the examinations. Some of them become suicidal too.
It is good that many countries offer degree courses in Physical Education and Sports Management to their sportsmen/ sportswomen who are not that gifted academically. In this respect the Koreans have gone a step further. Many of their athletes who won gold medals are specializing in courses like Leisure Sports, Golf Industry, Judo Instructor Education and Taekwondo Education
Thanks to Stamp Badminton who posted the MD Gold Medal Match on youtube, Zhang Wen's last shot was clearly,clearly in, well within the backline as shown in the replay, yet the umpire made an outrageous decision to rule it out much to the dismay of the Chinese coaches and players who protested in vain.
Many of their athletes who won gold medals are specializing in courses like Leisure Sports, Golf Industry, Judo Instructor Education and Taekwondo Education[/QUOTE]
First time I hear of such degree courses. Hmmmm......... Strange courses!
Yes, it is obviously IN. The linesman called it out and the chair umpire chose not to overrule him, I think.
Yes, there were several students killed and the anger was finally big enough to cause the downfall
The umpire could not overrule the call if he didn't have a view of the landing of the shuttlecock.
The line judge shamelessly made the call without even pretending to focus on the base line he was accounted for:
1080p footage of the shameless line call:
Anyone can get info which university arif latif studying?
Kolej Komuniti Kuala Langat
University city Selangor
Area of study SIJIL AKAUNTASI
Hey guys I was in the stadium as the line call happened and was able to document the reaction on my camera. I unlisted this video so the only way you can find the video is through the link (meaning you won't find it via youtube search)
Yu Xiaohan caught doping at Universiade
Yu apparently tested positive for the diuretic furosemide at a routine doping check at the Universiade in July.