Sea games 2007 Champion

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  1. hendri_kustian

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    Dear All,
    I want know the badminton result of Sea Games from 1977 untill 2003. Can you help me. Thanks
     
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    Badminton result of 22nd SEAG 2003 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam :

    *Men's Team :
    Semifinal -- INA def MAS = 3-2 ; THA def SIN = 4-1
    Final -- INA vs THA : 3-1
    Gold - Indonesia
    Silver - Thailand
    Bronze - Malaysia and Singapore

    *Women's Team
    Semifinal -- SIN def VIE = 5-0 ; THA def INA = 3-2
    Final -- SIN vs THA : 3-2
    Gold - Singapore
    Silver - Thailand
    Bronze - Vietnam and Indonesia

    *Individual Event
    1) MS (final : Sony DK bt Wong Choong Han, 15-8 ; 15-5)
    Gold - Sony Dwi Kuncoro (INA)
    Silver - Wong Choong Han (MAS)
    Bronze - Muhd.Roslin Hashim (MAS) and Ronald Susilo (SIN)

    2) WS (final : Wong Mew Choo bt Salakjit Ponsana, 11-5 ; 11-5)
    Gold - Wong Mew Choo (MAS)
    Silver - Salakjit Ponsana (THA)
    Bronze - Li Li (SIN) and Jiang Yanmei (SIN)

    3) MD (final : Choong/Lee bt Chew/Chang, 15-5 ; 15-6)
    Gold - Choong Tan Fook/Lee Wan Wah (MAS)
    Silver - Chew Choon Eng/Chang Kim Wai (MAS)
    Bronze - Phattapol Ngensrisuk/Sudket Prapakamol (THA) and Luluk Hadiyanto/Alvent Yulianto (INA)

    4) WD (final : Novita/Nurlita bt Erlangga/Natsir, 15-13 ; 11-15 ; 15-7)
    Gold - Jo Novita/Lita Nurlita (INA)
    Silver - Eny Erlangga/Lilyana Natsir (INA)
    Bronze - Chin Eei Hui/Wong Pei Tty (MAS) and Jiang Yanmei/Xiao Luxi (SIN)

    5) XD (final : Prapakamol/Thoungthongkam bt Nugroho/Widyowati, 15-12 ; 15-7)
    Gold -- Sudket Prapakamol/Saralee Thoungthongkam (THA)
    Silver -- Anggun Nugroho/Eny Widyowati (INA)
    Bronze -- Kennevic Asuncion/Kennie Asuncion (PHI) and Chew Choon Eng/Chin Eei Hui (MAS)

    -- Medal tally for Badminton --
    Indonesia = 3 Golds, 2 Silvers, 2 Bronzes
    Malaysia = 2 Golds, 2 Silvers, 4 Bronzes
    Thailand = 1 Gold, 3 Silvers, 1 Bronze
    Singapore = 1 Gold and 5 Bronzes
    Philippines = 1 Bronze
    Vietnam = 1 Bronze

    Source : www.badminton.de/2003_VIE.581.0.html
     
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    The BADMINTON results at SEA GAMES XX 1999 in Brunei Darussalam
    Route to Final

    Men's Singles

    Final

    Taufik Hidayat (INA) beat Wong Choong Hann (MAS) 15-10, 11-15, 15-11

    Semi Finals

    Wong Choong Hann (MAS) beat Rony Agustinus (INA) 17-15, 15-2
    Taufik Hidayat (INA) beat Roslin Hashim (MAS) 15-8, 15-13


    Ladies' Singles

    Final

    Cindana Hartono Kusuma (INA) beat Sujitra Ekmongkolpalsarn (THA) 11:5, 11:2

    Semi Finals

    Cindana Hartono Kusuma (INA) beat Satinee Jangkrajangwong (THA) 11-1, 11-2
    Sujitra Ekmongkolpalsarn (THA) beat Lidja Djaelawijaya 15-8, 15-13


    Men's Doubles

    Final

    Pramote Teerawiwatana & Tesna Panvisvas (THA) beat Flandy Limpele & Eng Hian (INA) 15-8, 8-15, 15-13

    Semi Finals

    Flandy Limpele & Eng Hian (INA) beat Khunakorn Sudhisodhi & Kitipon Kitikul (THA) 15-3, 15-7
    Pramote Teerawiwatana & Tesna Panvisvas (THA) beat Lee Wan Wah & Choong Tan Fook (MAS) 12-15, 15-10, 15-12


    Ladies' Doubles

    Final

    Cynthia & Etty Tantri (INA) beat Indarti Isonliana & Emma Ermawati (INA) 17-15, 15-6

    Semi Finals

    Cynthia & Etty Tantri (INA) beat Satinee Jangkrajangwong & Thitikan (THA) 15-1 15-6
    Indarti Isonliana & Emma Ermawati (INA) beat Sujitra Ekmongkolpaisarn& Saralee Thungthongkam (THA) 15-10, 15-11


    Mixed Doubles

    Final

    Chew Choon Eng & Chor Hooi Yee (MAS) beat Rozman Razak & Norhasikin (MAS) 12-15, 15-6, 15-7

    Semi Finals

    Chew Choon Eng & Chor Hooi Yee (MAS) beat Wahyu Setiawan & Emma Ermawati (INA) 9-15, 15-10, 15-4
    Rozman Razak & Norhasikin (MAS) beat Khunakorn Sudhisodhi & Saralee Thungthongkam (THA) 17-16, 15-12

    http://www1.bpkpenabur.or.id/seameo2/indeks.htm
     
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    SOUTHEAST ASIAN GAMES: ARBI WHIPS ONG; INDONESIA SWEEPS THE GOLDS


    October 18, 1997
    (NEW SHUTTLENWS) - Heryanto Arbi, Indonesia's number one in badminton men's singles, today overwhelmed Ong Ewe Hock of Malaysia in the finals of the 19th SouthEast Asian Games individual badminton championships at the Afrika-Asia hall of the Senayan sports complex in Jakarta, Indonesia.


    Arbi demolished the Malaysian with surprising ease 15-5 and 15-3 before 4,000 Indonesian badminton fans who had crowded into the small badminton gym. Arbi's jumpsmash style was in great form today as he relentlessly attacked Ong with powerful and accurate smashes. The Malaysian's defenses were not able to match up with Arbi's shotmaking today with smashes often getting past Ong or being blocked poorly.


    Ong also did not seem to be fully focused on the match, as the Malaysian side had great concern for the safety of their player in the overcrowded hall filled with highly partisan Indonesians. Near-riotous conditions at the nearby Senayan football stadium and bottle-throwing incidents at other venues when Indonesian players were behind in the match also added to the Malaysian security worries.


    Arbi's victory ensured an Indonesian sweep of the badminton gold medals at the 19th SouthEast Asian Games, since the other four championship matches were all-Indonesian contests.


    In women's singles, Mia Audina and Meiluawati put on a competitive final match that featured two tiebreaks. Audina took the gold medal, winning at 12-10 and 12-11.


    World champions Sigit Budiarto and Chandra Wijaya took the men's doubles gold medal, beating Olympic heroes Rexy Mainaky and Ricky Subagja 15-4, 14-17 and 15-11.


    Eliza Nathanael and Resiana Zelin captured the women's doubles title when they defeated Indarti Isolina and Denyana Lomban 15-5 and 15-13 in today's championship match.


    Eliza also won another gold medal later in the evening when she and Chandra Wijaya surprised Trikus Heryanto and Minarti Timur 12-15, 15-7 and 15-2 in the last final. Eliza and Chandra, specialists in the women's and men's doubles, were only paired up in the mixed event for the 19th SouthEast Asian Games and had never competed as a pair before.


    In the bronze medals playoffs staged earlier in the day, Indonesia's Joko Suprianto, loser to Ong Ewe Hock yesterday in the men's singles semifinals, recovered some lost prestige with his 15-8, 15-0 win over Yong Hock Kin, Ong's teammate.


    The Philippines' Amparo Lim and Kennie Asuncion captured the women's doubles bronze, beating Somharuthai Jaroensiri and Saralee Thoongtongkam of Thailand in a thriller 4-15, 17-14 and 15-13.


    Thai players though did get to take home two bronze medals in the individual competition. Pornsawan Plungwech defeated Zarinah Abdullah of Singapore 12-10 and 11-1 in the women's singles playoffs, and the pair of Siripong Siripol and Pramote Teerawiwatana won the men's doubles third-place match when teammates Khunakorn Sudhisodhi and Kitipon Kitikul defaulted.


    Chew Choon Eng and Ang Li Peng of Malaysia beat compatriots Cheah Soon Kit and Norashikin Amin 15-8 and 17-14 to claim the mixed doubles bronze medal
     
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    SOUTHEAST ASIAN GAMES: INDONESIA BAGS BOTH TEAM TITLES

    October 14, 1997 (NEW SHUTTLENWS) - Powerful Indonesia today won both finals of the badminton team events at the 19th South East Asian Games in Jakarta and as expected took the gold medals. The men's team beat the Malaysian male squad 4 matches to 1 while the women's team blanked Thailand 5-0.

    http://www.worldbadminton.com/shuttlenws/19971014.html
     
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    2007....Indonesia clean sweep it again
     
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    A sign for winning the Asian Idol as well... hehe..
     
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    please..even taufik (i mean the batisah one) got higher chance.

    n taufik(hidayat) won.good.i know wch had done the best.i dont even know wch can make into final.
     
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    Indonesia really done well in this SEA games............congratz!!!
     
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    INA didnt do exceptionally well, just average, I would say. I think the best performance was SG team, esp Kendrick. I watched the MS Final match, and I must say that he has improved tremendously, esp his backhand shots. However, he lacks of variety shots and net plays. Overall, he did well, very well indeed (compare to Msia team) :)
     
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    There's a list here. :)
     
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    Kendrick Couldn't win the ms Gold at least not yet:crying::crying::crying:Just like SC when SIN became 2nd best in division 2:crying::crying::crying:Nevermind, Since SIN fans are happy with the outcome, SIN BA not sure though:rolleyes:
     

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