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World Juniors PICTURES

Discussion in 'World Junior Championships 2004' started by ironchef, Oct 28, 2004.

  1. ironchef

    ironchef Regular Member

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    Hi, I was just at world juniors as part of the US team...we didn't do too well obviously but anyways...got back last night and went to school this morning...anyways here are some pictures I took. The quality is not very good, but it was a great experience and much fun.

    chen jin vs. lee...team finals china vs korea.
     

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    ironchef Regular Member

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    Chen vs lee again


    Chen Jin clinches the win.


    kl
     

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  3. ironchef

    ironchef Regular Member

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    the score...china won the mixed and womens singles pretty easily....


    the crowd arena and flags
     

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    Thanks for sharing. Only problem is that I somehow can't see any of the pics. :confused:
     
  5. ironchef

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    Me and my partner warming up before our germany match. there was literally no warm up time on the court...and it was FREEZING...so you had to spend an hour warming up before your match getting loose and stuff like that...


    Our game...
     

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    me and my doubles partner against indonesia...tommy sugiarto and ahmad rivai. We were like...cool...the son of the 83' world champion!



    TIME WARPPPPPP


    The US team.
     

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    I couldn't...because no flash photography allowed. which means a longer shutter speed...and blurry pictures...especially since it was kinda dark in the arena for picture taking.
     
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    Oh I understand you can't have flash, but you can brace against an object like a pole or a ledge :D That is often very useful.
     
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    We call it home ice (or court) advantage :p
     
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    hahaha yeah, but they were more like snapshot photos. The courts were kind of bumpy too...it sounded like there were boards underneath certain parts of the court.
     
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    i'm not a ice rink expert but i'm guessing the floor is made thin for better ice cooling. The boards are used to distribute the stress from jumpsmashing badminton players :p
     
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    IronChef your partner is Andrew Todt? and Lauren also for mixed?
     
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    yeh thats andrew and lauren...
     
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    hey ironchef...where do u train at?
     
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    Tq

    Anyway, it's good when c tha picture... china team is quite good, aren't they? ;)
     
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    yeah. i train at ocbc. with tony. we are very lucky to have him.
     
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    Remember a line judge with a ying/yang hair style?!?!?! :D

     
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    When you say 'Tony', do you mean Tony Gunawan? Wow...
     
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    You mean the one that called everything that landed out, IN?! And everything that was in, OUT!?! Hahahahaha~ J/K~ :D

    BTW, it was great having you out to VRC so often during the week of the games. You certainly gave the boys a good taste of your panhandle-fu! :cool:


     

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