Japanese players

Discussion in 'Japan Professional Players' started by yannie, Feb 22, 2007.

  1. hansonlouphers

    hansonlouphers Regular Member

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    who is said that your are a male????

    i can figure out your gender by name lah.. :rolleyes:
     
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    Can someone translate?

    Yuichi Ikeda
    名前:池田 雄一
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    ■ 生年月日:1984年 06月 07日
    ■ 身長/体重:172cm / 62kg
    ■ 利き腕:右
    ■ 出身校(中学→高校):岡垣中 → 関東第一高校
    ■ 背番号(今年):8
    ■ 入社年月:2007年 2月 入社
    ■ 趣味:人間観察
    ■ 今年の抱負:日本ユニシスに移籍して新たな気持ちで練習することと、個人戦はもちろん、団体戦に出場して経験を増やして優勝に貢献できるように頑張りたいと思う。
    ■ 過去の成績
    <国内試合>
    '07 全日本総合選手権大会 シングルス ベスト8
    '07 全日本社会人大会 シングルス 優勝
    '06 全日本総合選手権大会 シングルス ベスト16
    '06 全日本社会人大会 シングルス 優勝
    '05 全日本社会人大会 シングルス 優勝
    '02 インターハイ シングルス 優勝、ダブルス 優勝
    '01 インターハイ シングルス 優勝
    <国際試合>
    '02 ヨーロッパジュニア シングルス優勝


    Ayane Kurihara 栗原 文音
    ニックネーム くり
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    生年月日 1989年9月27日
    身長 172cm
    利き腕 右
    出身校 中央中→九州国際大学付属高
    趣味 EXILEのDVD鑑賞・音楽鑑賞
    今年の抱負 自分に挑戦する
    主な戦績
    2006年 全日本ジュニアバドミントン選手権大会 女子シングル ベスト8
    2006年 ミロジュニア大会(インドネシア)女子ダブルス 3位 女子シングルス ベスト8
    2007年 アジアジュニア大会 女子ダブルス ベスト8
    2007年 世界ジュニア大会 女子シングルス ベスト8


    http://www.unisys.co.jp/badminton/w/team/kurihara.html
    http://www.unisys.co.jp/badminton/team/yuichi.html
     
  3. george@chongwei

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    I searched with "japan player" but no records matched. Weird...

    Anyway, mods, please merge or simply delete it...
     
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    Just wanna say searching by "japan player" is different from "japanese players".
     
  6. nf611

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    Team UNISYS member
     

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  7. u-niCe

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    ^ Lovely pictures there! Thanks! :]
     
  8. nf611

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    badminton pics in japan
     

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  9. kimir

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    interesting to see that the japanese ladies have numbers on their jerseys
     
  10. jhirata

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    That's because they play for teams :cool:..
    Like Ogura and Shiota play for Sanyo, and Shoji Sato plays for NTT East Japan, etc..
     
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    yes team name but numbers? there are only two or four players on the badminton court unlike eg. soccer or basketball or netball
     
  12. Oldhand

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    On the back of the shirt in the first picture in post#88, does it say 'Gorilla'? :eek:

    I hope it's my tired, old eyes playing tricks on me!
     
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    Mm, I guess it's just a way to identify players in a particular company. Like how there's an ongoing "inter-company" badminton tournament in Japan, there can be quite a handful of players representing one company. With numbers indicated on their jerseys, I reckon it's easier to recognise them.

    I think I see the word "Gorilla" too. >.<
     
  14. george@chongwei

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    yes, its stated Gorilla:eek::)
    dont worry, the young, fresh eyes are here.:D
     
  15. heqingbluesky

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    Great and beautiful posture I see.
     
  16. nf611

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    japan's Junior elite,7 years ago.....


    →ueda emi-wakisaka aya(sanyo)-shiota reiko(sanyo)-ogura kumiko(sanyo)-
    imai sachiyo(NEC)-matsuda tomomi(yonex)-akao aki(yonex)-hirose eriko
    (sanyo)-koyanagi tomoko


    →hirayama yu(unisys)-maeda miyuki(NEC)-yoshimura masami(tricky panders)-
    taruno yuki-muramatsu mizuho(sanyo)-kanamori yuko(unisys)


    :)matsuda tomomi(yonex):)akao aki(yonex):)yoshimura masami(tricky panders)
    :)kanamori yuko(unisys)
     

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  17. K4mu1

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    The goddess of badminton? xD lol :p
     
  18. tranqq

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    ikeda is really fun to watch, really gets some crazy returns. sakamoto didn't impress me as much. i hope they do well in the future. btw those are are kawaii!
     
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    Yu Hirayama

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    She's the most prettiest japanese female badminton player, i guess.
     
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  20. baihaki_as

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    she can running fast u know........
     

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