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    Default PanAmerica Region, 16-18 Feb/08 - Campinas (Brazil)

    There're 4 participating countries in this region to hunt 1 TUC final stage ticket, Brazil-Canada-Peru-USA. And obviously USA and CAN are the strong candidate to win this preliminary round.

    Today's schedule from tournamentsoftware.com -- www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=19056&y=2008&m=2&d=16

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    Wow, only 4 countries vying for spot. I think it shows where the interest of badminton lies in this region. Peru might be a dark horse. Brazil... nah. For the record... GO CANADA!

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    Default Just want to be fair..

    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Wow, only 4 countries vying for spot. I think it shows where the interest of badminton lies in this region. Peru might be a dark horse. Brazil... nah. For the record... GO CANADA!
    ...and hopefully not to sound biased, but i'd say GO NORTH AMERICA! ..(i assume they're taking 2 teams from this Qualification, correct??)..

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    How come Anna Rice is not playing for the Canadian uber team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ...and hopefully not to sound biased, but i'd say GO NORTH AMERICA! ..(i assume they're taking 2 teams from this Qualification, correct??)..
    According to the first post, it's ONE team, so I guess you'll be rooting for USA

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    I think Canada, at last will one spot....

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    Congrats Canada for winning 1st place in both Thomas and Uber club in the PanAm region!

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    Default Oh well...

    Quote Originally Posted by Wong8Egg View Post
    Congrats Canada for winning 1st place in both Thomas and Uber club in the PanAm region!
    ...congrats to team Canada and GO NORTH AMERICA! ..

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    canada squeak by 3-2, all matches were super close.
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...19056&match=30

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    In the TC, it wasn't as close. Canada won 4-1:

    1 MS Raju Rai-Andrew Dabeka 10-21 12-21
    2 MD Howard Bach/Daniel Gouw-William Milroy/Mike Beres 9-21 15-21
    3 MS Ted Shear-Bobby Milroy 5-21 5-21
    4 MD Raju Rai/Christopher Hales-Andrew Dabeka/Toby Ng 21-16 21-19
    5 MS Arnold Setiada-Stephan Wojcikiewicz 15-21 10-21

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    Default From the results..

    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    canada squeak by 3-2, all matches were super close.
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...19056&match=30
    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    In the TC, it wasn't as close. Canada won 4-1:

    1 MS Raju Rai-Andrew Dabeka 10-21 12-21
    2 MD Howard Bach/Daniel Gouw-William Milroy/Mike Beres 9-21 15-21
    3 MS Ted Shear-Bobby Milroy 5-21 5-21
    4 MD Raju Rai/Christopher Hales-Andrew Dabeka/Toby Ng 21-16 21-19
    5 MS Arnold Setiada-Stephan Wojcikiewicz 15-21 10-21
    ..(okay, i haven't followed the happenings & going ons esp. for the U.S. team), but noticed Bob M. wasn't featured in their match vs. Canada & Eric Go is not in the TC team. And for the Uber Cup team, i thought Eva Lee would play 1st WS in their match vs. Canada?..hmm, anyone knows the stories behind them??..

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    Where is Tony Gunawan and Halim Haryanto....they should be playing for US in it??

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    The Finals will be today, with both Canada and USA facing each other again in the Thomas and Uber Cups.

    Canada should take both qualification spots based on the performance on Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    The Finals will be today, with both Canada and USA facing each other again in the Thomas and Uber Cups.

    Canada should take both qualification spots based on the performance on Sunday.
    Yup, that's right! Canada reached first position at group stage match yesterday and today's preliminary final will decide whether CAN or USA which represents Pan America zone to Jakarta TUC final phase. Overall, Canada teams show indication that they will win...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Yup, that's right! Canada reached first position at group stage match yesterday and today's preliminary final will decide whether CAN or USA which represents Pan America zone to Jakarta TUC final phase. Overall, Canada teams show indication that they will win...
    Guys, I'm always skeptical about Canada. They play better when they're the underdogs. When they're favourites, they tend to make things a little difficult for themselves. Almost like a Malaysia kinda syndrome. I hope they pull through though. Would be nice to have another country to root for in Jakarta.

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    TC: Canada 3-0 USA. Canada moves on to TC proper
    UC: Canada 1-3 USA. USA moves on to UC proper

    I think Canada really missed Anna Rice in the UC qualifying. She could have made the difference in qualifying

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    Congratulations to both Canada and USA, the USA women was able to turn the tables in the final.

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