Khunying Patama Leeswadtrakul said yesterday she would not seek another term as president of the Badminton Association of Thailand (BAT). Khunying Patama Leeswadtrakul with some of Thailand's national players. file photo Patama, who was ... Bangkok Post, 2 weeks ago
BADMINTON PROFILE HANNIAH MORGAN By Alice Tym Hazel, or as we know her as Hanniah, Morgan was born on the Monterey Peninsula and grew up in Carmel Valley. She had a short three-week badminton course in high school but did not think about ...US Olympic Team, 1 month ago US Badminton Education Fund US Olympic Team, 1 month ago
CHEN LONG … is carrying the burden of his country's expectations. COPENHAGEN The 25-year-old lanky player said, despite the absence of his team-mate, Lin Dan who is Chong Wei's nemesis, other players could pose a threat to the Penangite in the ...New Sabah Times, 2 months ago China's main man Chen off to smooth start Saudi Gazette, 2 months ago China's title hope Chen Long off to smooth start Malay Mail, 2 months ago
Indonesian shuttlers have shrugged off possibly discouraging factors on the back of the late withdrawals of team aces by advancing to the next round of the 2014 BWF World Championships in Copenhagen, with the latest qualifiers being Anggia Shitta ...Jakarta Post, 2 months ago
Porntip Buranaprasertsuk crashed out in the women's singles second round at the world championships in Copenhagen on Wednesday. Porntip Buranaprasertsuk World No.9 Porntip, who was seeded 10th, lost to Hong Kong-born Canadian Michelle Li ...Bangkok Post, 2 months ago Clinical Chen eases into second round Gulf News, 2 months ago Results of 2014 World Badminton Championships China.org.cn, 2 months ago China's main world title hope Chen off to smooth start News.net, 2 months ago
COPENHAGEN: Thailand's singles world champion Ratchanok Intanon does not believe she is a one-hit wonder. The 19-year-old Ratchanok has somewhat lost her edge since winning the title at last year's World Championships in Guangzhou. Then, she ...TheStar.com.my, 2 months ago
Thai ace Boonsak Ponsana has withdrawn from next week's world championships due to an ankle injury. Boonsak Ponsana hopes to be fit for next month's Asian Games. FILE PHOTO The 32-year-old shuttler said yesterday he was recovering well from ...Bangkok Post, 2 months ago
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