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    Default National Championships 2013

    this week e.g. the German Nationals are played. see this link for the draws: http://alleturniere.de/sport/draws.a...B-6902914781C3

    do you have links to the draws of other nationals? i think they are all played this week or next week.

    i will compile a list here with all the draws. i hope we get some together:
    Austria (to be drawn): http://obv.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...C-C0CF0B621FE8
    Canada: http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...5-D8DE48F70890
    Germany: http://alleturniere.de/sport/draws.a...B-6902914781C3
    Ireland (to be drawn): http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...A-6886034FDEBA
    Russia: http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...9-1D2E005FC75F (here via google translate, so you can read the names: http://bit.ly/119Lp2H)
    Scotland: http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...2-C24C58EF8D4C


    france, denmark, sweden, .. would also be interesting
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    Sweden: http://iof1.idrottonline.se/SvenskaB.../SM/Senior-SM/
    (it is down right now, but should be back up soon)

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    Norway: http://www.cupassist.com/pa/vis_innb...php?ib_id=1836
    seems to be just a page with general information and with the draw (http://www.cupassist.com/resultater/...enior_2013.pdf). results may be somewhere on the site when the tournament is running.

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    Lithuania: http://www.badminton.lt/index.php?m=14&tid=402

    Poland: end of April

    Spain: mid May

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    Badzine has been updating this list for about a month now. Feel free to check it for gaps it might fill in, or need filled in.

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    To fill in some gaps, exact dates are:

    Hungary : 13-14 April
    Poland : 28 March (probably 28-30)
    Portugal: 15-16 June
    Slovakia: 19-21 April
    Spain : 10-12 May
    Turkey : 10-13 May
    Ukraine : 1-4 February http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...2-D108098B0A1D

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    Some interesting results in Denmark : HKV losing in R2 to Messerschmidt (1992, 188cm) after a bye in R1, Viktor Axelsen (1994) losing in the semi-final to unseeded Morten Brodbaek (1992). Rasmus Bonde in position to take two titles: MD in a devaluated field and XD with Christinna Pedersen (filling in for JFN no doubt). CP already bagging the WD title with Juhl so also in position to grab two titles ...

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    Thanks for the video, Demolidor. Was looking for Morten Br÷dbaek vs Axelsen yesterday. He was danish junior champion, too, so he could be a good MS for Denmark in the coming years.

    Was also very surprised to see Vittinghus bow out.

    Tine Baun is playin right now, Jan Joergensen vs Morten Brodbaek coming up when they finished. Good luck Morten!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arowana View Post
    Thanks for the video, Demolidor. Was looking for Morten Br÷dbaek vs Axelsen yesterday. He was danish junior champion, too, so he could be a good MS for Denmark in the coming years.

    Was also very surprised to see Vittinghus bow out.

    Tine Baun is playin right now, Jan Joergensen vs Morten Brodbaek coming up when they finished. Good luck Morten!
    Yes, seems like only yesterday these names were flying around the Danish Junior Cup, etc. Messerschmidt is a name that's hard to forget for sure .
    And I see I wrote the 188cm behind the wrong name, should be for Brodbaek to show he is practically as tall as Axelsen and a lefty is always useful to have around as well. No idea if they are in the national setup though ... didn't think so.

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    BrodbŠk pretty much disappeared from the European circuit for a year. Him, Rasmus Fladberg and Flemming Quach, seemed to be good prospects for Denmark as back up for Jorgensen, HKV and Axelsen, but Quach is inconsistent, Fladberg hasn't really done much, and BrodbŠk disappeared...

    Emil Holst, was also supposed to be a talent to watch, but he's yet to really prove his worth internationally. A few decent wins around Europe but nothing else really.

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