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    Quote Originally Posted by shreky
    viper .... who won in the boston open? ... i assume guys from cali?? the boston open organizers haven't updated their website yet and the people i know who played left early when they lost .... just wondering who won.
    Ladies Singles-Lili Zhou
    Mens Singles- Raju
    Womens Doubles -Eva & Mei
    Mens Doubles-Howard-Bob
    Mixed- Halim & Angeline

    There is a thread on it.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=31649

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Of course, I was kidding.
    Hei how come i did nt see at the bench area for the 06 US Adult National .... Were u there this past two days ?? I saw Don Van .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by harimau
    2006 K&D Graphics United States Adult National Championships
    4/7/2006 - 4/9/2006
    Orange County Badminton Club, Orange, CA
    Contact: Gus Chew gus@kdgpp.com 714-639-8900

    Come watch the game ......it is free entry !!!
    During the last two days of 06 US Adult National, i am so glad to see so many junior players stepping up to participate in it. I mean they know that they might not have the chance to win but the courage to take part in it is worth mentioning and earn an applaud for them.

    Despite that, i have seen huge improvement from these juniors namely Rena Wang, Joanne Chen, Vimla Phongasavithas, Cheryl Chow, Priscilla Lun, Thuy Hoang, Laurent Todt, Daphne Ng for the girls and Yau Hwa Chan, Emmanuel Pun, Bartolo Chan, Randy Hsia, the Lin Bros (Marvin & Calvin), Chris Lun, Azam Ali, Sasha Boyarin, and of course, Arnold Setiadi, Andrew Todt, Ronald Sou plus others like the Shu Bros, Stephen WOng etc.

    Keep up the good work .....

    For latest results, go to www.tournamentsoftware.com

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    I saw most of those junior players also myself...They do showed courage and tremendous improvements from the last time i saw them compete, despite their end result..

    I know some of the players mentioned are from Northern California, and they are not part of the OCBC training center...
    But personally, not too sound i'm undermining the training up north in NorCal, but i strongly believe some of them have the talent and skill in-par or close to par with the OCBC-trained juniors(esp. Bartolo Chen and Arnold Setiadi for Men's and Daphne Ng and Lauren Todt for Women's field)..But IMO getting trained here @ OCBC will really polish their game even more...Just to name two junior player i saw with a big improvement was Jack Shu(the big, tall MD junior player who really showed some power smashing) and Kuei-Ya Chan(WS)....

    If they do decide to move down here and train @ OCBC, which i hope those juniors will, boy i can see and picture the US National team really continue the success without any degradation...And i can't wait to see them improve even more and win future US Nationals/IBF tournaments..

    Of course, if they are also able to be sent to outside international tournaments, have it Satellite or 1 or 2 stars tournaments, who knows what the limits..

    After all, they are and will be the future of US Badminton, within 2-3 yrs...

    Quote Originally Posted by harimau
    During the last two days of 06 US Adult National, i am so glad to see so many junior players stepping up to participate in it. I mean they know that they might not have the chance to win but the courage to take part in it is worth mentioning and earn an applaud for them.

    Despite that, i have seen huge improvement from these juniors namely Rena Wang, Joanne Chen, Vimla Phongasavithas, Cheryl Chow, Priscilla Lun, Thuy Hoang, Laurent Todt, Daphne Ng for the girls and Yau Hwa Chan, Emmanuel Pun, Bartolo Chan, Randy Hsia, the Lin Bros (Marvin & Calvin), Chris Lun, Azam Ali, Sasha Boyarin, and of course, Arnold Setiadi, Andrew Todt, Ronald Sou plus others like the Shu Bros, Stephen WOng etc.

    Keep up the good work .....

    For latest results, go to www.tournamentsoftware.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper2005
    Ladies Singles-Lili Zhou
    Mens Singles- Raju
    Womens Doubles -Eva & Mei
    Mens Doubles-Howard-Bob
    Mixed- Halim & Angeline

    There is a thread on it.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=31649

    thanks ... i didn't know there was a link on this.

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    06 US Adult National Results

    MS Raju Rai bt Howard Bach 14-17,15-10, 15-9
    WS Eva Lee bt Jamie Subandhi 11-7, 11-2
    MD Howard Bach & Bob Malaythong bt Ronald Sou & Eric Go 15-11, 15-10
    WD Johanna Lee & Grace Peng bt Eva Lee & May Mangkalangkiri 15-8,4-15, 15-7
    MX Howard Bach & Eva Lee bt Bob Malaythong & May Mangkalakiri 17-14, 15-4

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    Bart does train at OCBC

    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad
    I saw most of those junior players also myself...They do showed courage and tremendous improvements from the last time i saw them compete, despite their end result..

    I know some of the players mentioned are from Northern California, and they are not part of the OCBC training center...
    But personally, not too sound i'm undermining the training up north in NorCal, but i strongly believe some of them have the talent and skill in-par or close to par with the OCBC-trained juniors(esp. Bartolo Chen and Arnold Setiadi for Men's and Daphne Ng and Lauren Todt for Women's field)..But IMO getting trained here @ OCBC will really polish their game even more...Just to name two junior player i saw with a big improvement was Jack Shu(the big, tall MD junior player who really showed some power smashing) and Kuei-Ya Chan(WS)....

    If they do decide to move down here and train @ OCBC, which i hope those juniors will, boy i can see and picture the US National team really continue the success without any degradation...And i can't wait to see them improve even more and win future US Nationals/IBF tournaments..

    Of course, if they are also able to be sent to outside international tournaments, have it Satellite or 1 or 2 stars tournaments, who knows what the limits..

    After all, they are and will be the future of US Badminton, within 2-3 yrs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by harimau
    Hei how come i did nt see at the bench area for the 06 US Adult National .... Were u there this past two days ?? I saw Don Van .....
    I was playing at SGVBC and had other commitments. Next time, I'll "donate" but I'll go down smashing...I mean dinking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by harimau
    WD Johanna Lee & Grace Peng bt Eva Lee & May Mangkalangkiri 15-8,4-15, 15-7
    Monday Pot play should be interesting at SGVBC, everyone will want to challenge Grace and Johanna.

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    OK, thanks for the correction TrunkZ69...i didn't know abt that, i guess he recently joined the OCBC training team(saw his name and picture on the OCBC 2006 Elite team)..
    Quote Originally Posted by TrunkZ69
    Bart does train at OCBC

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    Bartolo has been training in OCBC since 2005. He moved here from SF since he started college here at the UCI along with his brother Benedict Chen. He used to train with Arnold Setiadi under coach Kevin Zheng.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harimau
    06 US Adult National Results

    MS Raju Rai bt Howard Bach 14-17,15-10, 15-9
    WS Eva Lee bt Jamie Subandhi 11-7, 11-2
    MD Howard Bach & Bob Malaythong bt Ronald Sou & Eric Go 15-11, 15-10
    WD Johanna Lee & Grace Peng bt Eva Lee & May Mangkalangkiri 15-8,4-15, 15-7
    MX Howard Bach & Eva Lee bt Bob Malaythong & May Mangkalakiri 17-14, 15-4
    i was there for the tournament. even tho i've been playing for a few years, it's my first time to attend a tournament. it was amazing to see how good these players are! loved the rai/bach game and of course the men's doubles.

    anyone know why apolo anton ohno was there? i'm guessing he's friends with some of the players.

    also, what is pot play? thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joits
    also, what is pot play? thanks for the info.
    SGVBC has an informal "Pot" on Monday and Thursdays. Entry fee, $5 or $10 per person depending on the number of people that sign up. It's single elimination, minimum 4 teams, max 16 teams, winners take all. Pairing is dependent on who's playing and how many.

    Recently there hasn't been too many true Pots. Just one match side bets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joits
    i was there for the tournament. even tho i've been playing for a few years, it's my first time to attend a tournament. it was amazing to see how good these players are! loved the rai/bach game and of course the men's doubles.
    Too bad Tony Gunawan nor Halim Haryanto (nor other badminton fanatics in the U.S.) didn't sign up and participate to play..but the players who participated were very good themselves..
    Did you watch last year's World Championship here in our own backyard @ the Anaheim Pond??..If not, you really missed a wonderful treat..
    On that note, no worries, wait til you see and attend the upcoming US Open, which hopefully should come this August or September..Now, that's a real IBF grade tournament with other international players participating(albeit a 1* tourney)..
    anyone know why apolo anton ohno was there? i'm guessing he's friends with some of the players.
    heh??..Apollo Ohno came to OCBC??..which day, cos i didn't see him..
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    Did you know that USA Badminton will adapt into the new scoring system right after TC/UC in Japan due to the fact that most countries (90%) are accepting it now. So guys no more 3x 15 or 3x 11 games anymore .......

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    Quote Originally Posted by harimau
    Did you know that USA Badminton will adapt into the new scoring system right after TC/UC in Japan due to the fact that most countries (90%) are accepting it now. So guys no more 3x 15 or 3x 11 games anymore .......
    Maaaaaan, that stinks. ... ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad
    Too bad Tony Gunawan nor Halim Haryanto (nor other badminton fanatics in the U.S.) didn't sign up and participate to play..but the players who participated were very good themselves..
    Did you watch last year's World Championship here in our own backyard @ the Anaheim Pond??..If not, you really missed a wonderful treat..
    On that note, no worries, wait til you see and attend the upcoming US Open, which hopefully should come this August or September..Now, that's a real IBF grade tournament with other international players participating(albeit a 1* tourney)..

    heh??..Apollo Ohno came to OCBC??..which day, cos i didn't see him..
    CTJCAD, yup Appollo ONO was there throughout the whole time from Sat thru Sun in the audiance. He is very friendly ..... i took some pics with him.. In fact, he also played some badminton against Raju on Sun afternoon. He looks pretty good .... fast and quick, has some pretty good skills too. I hope he will become badminton ambassador too like the singer, Sally Yap.

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