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02-12-2007, 09:41 AM #18
Hey, westwood, do you know who you're playing againsnt in the team events? I think we're (PEI) are playing Alberta and Nova-Scotia, but I'm not 100% sure.
02-12-2007, 11:18 AM #19Originally Posted by Kevindoui
02-12-2007, 11:20 AM #20
Hmmm i thought it was by the last CWG rankings.
02-21-2007, 01:49 PM #21
We leave tonight, Team Manitoba has chartered a plane and by this time tomorrow I'll be in the Yukon!
For those of you that will be there, come say hi. And to the rest, I'll be sure to post pictures!
02-21-2007, 01:55 PM #22Originally Posted by westwood_13
02-22-2007, 10:21 PM #23
well, i'm here! i can possibly make a new thread and give some reports each day, if anyone's interested, or just report it all when i'm done, or neither...
02-22-2007, 10:30 PM #24
Good luck in division D Team EventOriginally Posted by westwood_13
02-26-2007, 03:57 PM #25
Its a Sweep in mixed for Team BC
Canada Winter Games
Feb. 26 2007 - UPDATED: 2/26/2007 9:39:00 AM
It's a Sweep!!! - First Gold, Silver and Bronze medals for BC
Badminton promised and badminton delivered! Team BC swept the mixed doubles category with Tobias Ng (Vancouver) and Melody Liang (Burnaby) winning gold; Alvin Lau (Vancouver) and Charmagne Yeung (Surrey) winning the silver and Phyllis Chan (Vancouver) and Timothy Ma (Richmond) securing the bronze. (from Team BC webiste)
BC Lost all female singles (Remember - our girls are young)
BC Silver and Bronz in Male singles - Chris Lee & Richard Liang
BC Silver in female doubles - Melody Liang/Alice Man
BC Bronz in male double - Alvin Lau/Toby Ng
BC sweep mixed - Toby Ng/Melody Liang - Alvin Lau/Charmagne Yeung - Tim Ma/Phyllis chan
Total 7 Medals from Badminton for BC - 1 gold/3 silver/3 bronze
These are all "first" medals won by BC
A nice pic - lilbadrad - from Team BC website http://teambc.org/photos/album/?Alb=40
Richard Laing injured his back, lil badrad reinjured her ankle, Chris Lee just recovered from his injuries.
Well Done Team BC - now lets kick butt in Team Competition !!
02-26-2007, 06:18 PM #26
BC own the Podium
[quote=badelbow]Canada Winter Games
Feb. 26 2007 - UPDATED: 2/26/2007 9:39:00 AM
It's a Sweep in Mixed
02-26-2007, 06:37 PM #27
congrats to all winners!!!
02-27-2007, 09:44 AM #28
well done !
02-27-2007, 07:59 PM #29
The indiv. was great. I'll post zillions of photos of the events when I come back, although I don't have all the games as it's my friend's cameras, not mine.
Anyway, off to a tie with ontario to get slaughtered by one of their girls (who placed first, second, and fourth in the individual event). We have a decent shot against them though, as our guys are strong and so it may come all down to mixed. Wish us luck!
02-27-2007, 08:37 PM #30
Best of luck to your Team ManitobaOriginally Posted by westwood_13
I mean "much more experienced" as compared to other teams including BC's girls. The ON Girls carry the team. Good luck again!!
02-27-2007, 09:31 PM #31
BC Team's Individual final Result & Pics
[quote=badelbow]Originally Posted by badelbow
Mixed - Gold / Silver / Bronze (1st Gold/Silver/Bronze for BC) -
Toby Ng/Melody Liang - Alvin Lau/Charmagne Yeung - Tim Ma/Phyllis
F Doubles - Silver - Melody Liang/Alice Man
M Doubles - Bronze - Alvin Lau/Toby Ng
M Singles - Silver / Bronze - Chris Lee/Richard Liang
Unfournately, Ther is one team member did not get a medal. The Team must work hard in team competition so that every yram member can take at least one medal Home!! Go the the Gold!!
03-01-2007, 11:39 PM #32
They have a lot to cheer for
Team Event - Gold Medal Match Tomorrow (March 2)
Team BC against Team Quebec
03-02-2007, 10:59 AM #33
This is how Team BC gets to the finalOriginally Posted by badelbow
“Nothing is Impossible”
BC Badminton started the morning session with an exciting cheer that drew the attention of all badminton competitors but most of all Team Ontario. Ontario was the intended recipient of the 'mock-u-tario cheer' as they were pitted against BC to determine which team would advance into the semi finals as the top seed of Group B in the team competition. Ontario moved into a strong lead after winning both the mixed doubles and women's singles matches leaving BC in the daunting position of having to win the final three matches in the best of five format. In the third match of the series Chris Lee (Vancouver) put BC on the scoreboard with a convincing win in men's singles 21-13 21-9.
The women's doubles team of Melody Liang (Burnaby) and Phyllis Chan (Vancouver) picked up where Lee left off attacking a gritty and determined Ontario duo that defeated them earlier in the Games during the individual round. However this time the result would be different as the BC pairing were a force to be reckoned with and pulled off an impressive 23-21 24-22 victory. This was the TSN turning point for Team BC as this win left the teams even with two matches a piece and now needing a fifth and deciding match. As the event was men's doubles - Team BC's flag bearers Tobias Ng (Vancouver) and Alvin Lau (Vancouver) were called to duty and they came through with flying colours winning 21-13 21-15.
The afternoon semi final brought with it a Wild West match up of BC and Alberta. BC got off to a slow start losing the mixed doubles event 14-21 21-18 21-19. However this start did nothing to deter the team...in fact it further charged them up to get the job done. BC went on to win the next three matches to advance into Friday's gold medal game against Quebec at 9:00 am at the Canada Games Centre. The team's focus is now on becoming the first BC team to win the Canada Games' team competition as nothing is impossible!!!
03-02-2007, 11:21 AM #34
Thanks for the details, Badelbow. Looking forward to more from the final.
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