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Discussion in 'US / Canada Open 2013' started by CLELY, Jul 16, 2013.
If only they broadcasted more tournaments
Up until now, it was...
Probably better attending a badminton event than a Boston marathon event.
Oh dear. too soon.
Last time I went to watch badminton I feared for my life. Someone was uncrossing their legs and they knocked over my juice! no security came to help
You never know, someone could implant bombs into shuttlecocks
Ok, lets please keep away from all that stuff on this forum. Thank you.
Bodin Issara statement to Thai media and Thai people.
and a recording of a much longer, complete, live TV interview between the TV channel and Bodin, who appears to be still in Vancouver at the time...
Any translation help from any kind souls will be greatly welcomed!
A whole bunch of videos of some of the matches at the Canadian Open 2013 have been uploaded to youtube. Here is a generic link for them.
Badminton is non-contact sport so it should be non-violent.
is the camera man smiling while the two were fighting?
I thought so all along until now when it suddenly dawned on me that taunting could be a prelude to violence as it had on this unfortunate occasion (not forgetting the previous occasion about a decade ago involving a player with a spectator).
Similarly few years ago, a player tried to attack korean coach as well as attacking his own coach in some other occasion to show his agony.
The way Mannepong was running away from Bodin and not defending himself, it'd seem that he most likely did the taunting and trash talking first. Too bad the umpire didn't understand Thai, so all he could do is just warn both sides to desist. But hopefully an analysis by a Thai translator of the courtside audio and video during the game and at the change of ends would shine a light on what was said to trigger such an unfortunate incident.
I have a gut feeling that Mannepong knew which buttons to press on Bodin, as he was his ex partner for a few years, so he just provoked Bodin, knowing full well that the umpire wouldn't understand a word of what was said.
That'd be TH.
That'd be LD.
Actually, I quite agree with what you just said! It takes 2 hands to clap.
And while on the subject, I think it was a good thing that Bodin apologized to his country for his behaviour. Now, I do quite strongly feel that it remains for both Bodin and Maneepong to apologize to the host country and to Vancouver in particular, for abusing the hospitality given them with their shabby performance and public violence, and bringing the Canadian Open such notoriety.
Some detailed video of the brawl here with some of the player's interviews as well
Yep. All all of that'd be low-intensity trolling.
Eh? I don't think that's trolling nor off topic. That was the truth... just saying out loud who they were for the benefit of others who don't know, since the previous posters were afraid to name them.
I think the spectator or even officials rather shock and don't know what to react. Because it's very rare situation compared to say Football.