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    Auggie Ang. Coach Ang has helped me develope my game over the years...best coach I have ever had in my life...I suggest you up and coming jr.s attend his training classes. Smashingbird and I are students of his.

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    How do you know them? Were you on the Langara team before?

    Quote Originally Posted by egg_tart
    jean koh and bryan yee

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    Quote Originally Posted by egg_tart
    jean koh and bryan yee
    somehow i feel like egg_tart is bryan yee...
    best coach in canada... hmm... wish i had one

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    Blackknight006, or Andrew.

    When did you train with Ardy?

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    Definitely Calvin at least as far as BC coaches go, i dont know why everyone hates on him( if theres something about him im missing, feel free to explain it to me), he has more coaching achievements then all of the bc coaches, he produced something like 50 national titles? what other coach can say that? again i know nothing of coaches from other provinces but i hate how some vrc kids who moved to clearone/two, started to hate on Calvin when in most cases he taught them how to play, no hate to c1 or c2 though, good coaches, good facilities, but yeah best coach = Calvin.

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    gooo billy ^%^ hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by papajon
    Definitely Calvin at least as far as BC coaches go, i dont know why everyone hates on him( if theres something about him im missing, feel free to explain it to me), he has more coaching achievements then all of the bc coaches, he produced something like 50 national titles? what other coach can say that? again i know nothing of coaches from other provinces but i hate how some vrc kids who moved to clearone/two, started to hate on Calvin when in most cases he taught them how to play, no hate to c1 or c2 though, good coaches, good facilities, but yeah best coach = Calvin.
    Cough...cough...choke, choke...Oh the stories....

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    The kids moved to C1 and C2 under their own decision. It's a free market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    The kids moved to C1 and C2 under their own decision. It's a free market.
    i understand that and i respect their decisions, but does that give a reason for SOME of them to hate on calvin? like there was one kid who was training in the group with his/her partner and he/she got pissed off because calvin tried to give him/her some advice? i mean come on


    and winex, cough cough choke choke, stories? do tell.
    Last edited by papajon; 01-06-2007 at 08:09 PM.

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    If there are any stories to tell, it won't be written down here on the forum. The ones who do know are content to "wink, wink" drop subtle hints here and there, but not to openly publish them.

    -dave

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    honk honk rattle rattle crash beep beep ? lol.... if theres a story i believe big papa jon over there would know

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    haha thanks hilikus, haha yeah wood chuck im betting i know calvin better than probably all of the people in this thread.

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    Good for you and enjoy his coaching .

    Quote Originally Posted by papajon
    haha thanks hilikus, haha yeah wood chuck im betting i know calvin better than probably all of the people in this thread.

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    Kim Dong Moon is a pretty good badminton coach

    actually, he's freaken' amazing and his attention to technical detail and precision has got to be pretty close to the best there is in the world.

    His english is getting better all the time too !

    two of the most important factors that he has are:

    1) passion for the game and to teach others who have the desire to learn and get better (especially at a competitive level)
    2) anticipation and observation of the opposing player to gain advantage in a rally

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    That's the type of coach I want! Too bad I get to be a CWC member to get coaching from him.

    Quote Originally Posted by not4u
    Kim Dong Moon is a pretty good badminton coach

    actually, he's freaken' amazing and his attention to technical detail and precision has got to be pretty close to the best there is in the world.

    His english is getting better all the time too !

    two of the most important factors that he has are:

    1) passion for the game and to teach others who have the desire to learn and get better (especially at a competitive level)
    2) anticipation and observation of the opposing player to gain advantage in a rally

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    Darryl Yung I have never been coached by him but I saw him coach other ppl and I thought it was very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck
    If there are any stories to tell, it won't be written down here on the forum. The ones who do know are content to "wink, wink" drop subtle hints here and there, but not to openly publish them.

    -dave
    Yeah, any more insinuations and the thread will be closed!

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