Chave Brazil International 8-11 October 2006, INA players swept 5 tittles

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  1. Sandy

    Sandy Regular Member

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    Chave Brazil International, 8-11 October 2006

    Unusual way, the Indonesian badminton club sent some players to far place for compete in Satellite tournament.

    Indonesian (Djarum) players swept 5 tittles in there,

    Final results

    MS : Andre Kurniawan Tedjono (INA) d Ari Yuli Wahyu Hartanto (INA) 21-13, 19-21, 21-17
    WS : Maria Febe (INA) d Maria Elfira Christina (INA) 21-15, 21-18
    MD : Dani Bawa Chrisnanta/Afiat Yuris Wirawan (INA) d Guilherme Fardo/Guilherme Kumasaka (BRA) 21-15, 21-15
    WD : Purwati/Meiliana Jauhari (INA) d Valerie Loker/Sarah McMaster (CAN) 21-8, 21-8
    MX : Afiat Yuris Wirawan/Purwati (INA) d Afiat Yuris Wirawan/Meiliana Jauhari (INA) ret (Meiliana injury)
     
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    A preparation for Kejurnas perhaps? It's an A-rated tournament and probably much easier to win than the Asian Satellites (where u would see some upcoming young Asian players and even some top 20 players). So, it's a cheap and easy way to get 1800 ranking points, esp for Purwati/Meiliana Jauhari.
     
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    correction

    MX : Afiat Yuris Wirawan/Purwati (INA) d Dani Bawa Chrisnanta/Meiliana Jauhari (INA) ret (Meiliana injury)
     
  4. Sandy

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    I don't think so
    I guess they were invited, or they invited by Peru Badminton Association/clubs (2 Djarum players play & coach there) then play in Brazil. And that time was "busy" schedule with some players played in China & WJC Incheon.

    For Kejurnas, I think they will line up Pelatnas players more in team and individual just for junior.
     
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  5. Krisna

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    Brazil photos

    In case any of you want to see what badminton in Brazil looks like, here are some pictures :)
     

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    More photos...

    Ok, since I am sharing, might as well share some more... ;)
     

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    Thanks a lot for the photos.. Did you actually go there?
     
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    It is nice to see some new faces...esp Maria Febe, Purwati/Meiliana Jauhari.
     
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    Hmm, indeed..

    ..wow, "far place" indeed..Hmm, on that note, if they can travel all the way to Brazil, i hope next yr they can come and play in the U.S. Open...hehe:p;):):cool:

    Are those players consisted from PBSI's 2nd/3rd team team?? or strictly from Djarum Kudus??..:confused:

    Btw, thanks Krisna for all the pics(are you in Brazil or those are from your friends??)..:cool:
     
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    Djarum Kudus players who trained in club only (not in Pelatnas)
    Good commitment from Djarum, sent young players to some international event.
     
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    Yes I was in Sao Paulo during the Brazil International tournament. I am working in Jakarta now, but in October I was in Brazil for a business trip. Since I love watching badminton [since I was very small], so I spent some time watching the Indonesians play... Around 10 people who came from Indonesia [but now live in Brazil] also came to watch. :) Badminton, as usual, unites Indonesians....

    I have been observing some of the old threads. I am quite amazed by how much people in Badminton Central knows about badminton general knowledge... such as who came from what Indonesian club and their career progress etc... :confused: How do you know all this without actually being in Indonesia...??? Badmania is in Hong Kong, Yannie is in Denmark, etc... I am truly amazed. :D
     
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    Off topic-Hehe, well, you shouldn't be really surprise. Let's call it or blame it on

    (sigh, finally, able to post again, the BC/BF server got stuck for a while there)..
    ...the unlimited broadband technology or also called the internet..;) :) .
    If one is to google, one will find there are many websites and online-resources which serve and provide many badminton-related informations from all over the world, incl. Indonesia..Just imagine this, when news broke out abt Tony Gunawan playing for a club in Denmark, we were able to get it online thru another Indonesian-based website..;) :cool:
     
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