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  1. kwun

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    found a lovely pic of our lovely Sydney2000 Gold medalist....

    school life and fewer badminton training made her much prettier than before. YJH is a lucky man...
     

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    Pretty looking face.. can call her "baby face assasin" on court.
     
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    So cruel..

    Actually how recent is this pic? She looked a bit podgier after she had quit...and she looked undernutritioned/alarmingly thin when she was in competition.
     
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    The intensive training of professional badminton really take the life (force) out of anybody. I was playing and fitness training intensively for the last two months before a sprained ankle halted further progress. Everybody I bumped into said my face narrowed and shrunk and looked thinner (as if I am not a stick already :D).

    . . . Which brings back memory of training in HK. Coach Tam's sessions were so intense that even the 15 years old in our group just managed to take it. The first and a half hour had lots of multi-feed shuttle and stroke drills. That was very exhausting already. The last thirty minutes were hell as we were subjected to quote, "very light", polymetrics. Our coach substantially cut down on the duration of the fitness exercise: do as many, jumps (there were many varieties), pushups, situps, . . . , as you possibility can within a time limit of 15 second. The real thing is 60 seconds in duration. Everyone could barely walk at the end!

    So, I am not surprised by GZC's before and after retirement look.
     
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