Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'US / Canada Open 2013' started by jyeung, Jul 18, 2013.
Woohoo, we got hope Heavy smashing, hahaha!!
All news are good news to promote baddy in Canada...how else can an obscure baddy event in Canada with pocket money as prize could make it heard world wide
The 2013CO winners could hardly pay for the high cost in Vancouver for flight, food and room, and maybe a few loonies left to pay for McDonald here. The early round casualties prolly got stuck in Vancouver, cannot go home.
As for the Thai MD fight, it makes the previous LD javalin throwing event a tiny blip in baddy. Now, only if the good looking women follow up with this act, that would top it all
Thanks fidget for sharing these photos... GOD Bless!
Hey JY, no worries. I'll be your assistant next time! ;-)
Thanks for the wonderful pic.
Haha, thanks for the offer! I hope there's a next time! I heard that the Canada Open will be held in a different city next year!
I think they mention Toronto, though I'm not sure.
I think you mean jyeung. He is the wonderfully generous photographer who gave us all the pictures.
Are you sure you're "tougher" than the one pictured?
I don't think he survived very long.
YES, YES, YES!!!
Kudos to him for all his patience, diligence and hard work.
Vancouver BCers should be proud and lucky to have such an ardent badminton fan!
Finals! 8 unconventional trophies to be awarded today: Inukshuk glass sculptures for the runner-ups, and wooden native totem carvings for the champions.
First match, WD: Netherlands' Eefje Muskens and Selena Piek vs. China's Yu Xiaohan and Huang Yaqiong.
Why move to another city when we made badminton known to the world this time :crying:
See you around.
MS Final: Malaysia's Chun Seang Tan vs. Netherlands' Eric Pang. Two consecutive broken strings towards the end of third game deflated Eric Pang!
nice stadium. but very unusual lighting..
MD Final: Thailand's Maneepong Jongjit and Nitpitphon Puangpuapech vs. Thailand's Issara Bodin and Vilailak Pakkawat .
A nice touch there, jyeung!
WS Final: Thailand's Nichaon Jindapon vs. Hong Kong's Pui Yin Yip.
XD Final: Hong Kong's Chun Hei Lee and Hoi Wah Chau vs. Netherlands' Jorrit De Ruiter and Samantha Barning .
It's not really meant to be a badminton stadium. The part they used for badminton is just one end of the building, which is cavernous. The original use was a speed skating oval where lighting did not affect the event. It's now a multi-sport community centre.
Last pic–is that her mother?