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Sho Sasaki Impressed With Bruneian Shuttlers

Sports Home > Sports October 26th, 2016 | 08:30 AM | 44 views BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN Top ranked Japanese professional badminton player, Sho Sasaki believed that Brunei Darussalam has the potential to produce high quality badminton player to ...
 BruDirect1 month ago Brunei Coach Hopes Exhibition Match Will Improve Shuttlers  BruDirect1 month ago Local Shuttlers Prepare for Japan's Top Talents  BruDirect1 month ago Embassy of Japan, MCYS Co-Organise Brunei-Japan Badminton Exchange  BruDirect1 month ago

Pemain Badminton Negara Akur Kehebatan Pemain Jepun

Bahasa Melayu Home > Bahasa Melayu PEMAIN badminton negara, Jaspar YuWoon Chai memberikan saingan kepada pemain Jepun, Sho Sasaki dalam Kategori Perseorangan Lelaki. |FOTO : PELITA BRUNEI (Mohd. Sahrizal Haji Said ) October 26th, 2016 | 10:43 ...
 BruDirect1 month ago Berangkat Berkenan Menyaksikan Perlawanan Persahabatan Pertukaran Badminton Brunei - Jepun  BruDirect1 month ago Menerima Kunjungan Hormat Pemain Badminton Nippon  BruDirect1 month ago Lima Pemain Badminton Jepun Bakal Beraksi  BruDirect1 month ago
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Vivlos Accelerates to Shuka Sho Win

Vivlos, following her classic success in the 2016 Shuka Sho Oct. 16 at Kyoto Coming into her own over the summer, Vivlos struck for a classic victory Oct. 16, when she took the Shuka Sho (Jpn-I), the third jewel in Japan's Triple Crown for ...
 Blood-Horse1 month ago

Daughter Of Deep Impact Lands Shuka Sho

Winner: Vivlos (Jpn), f, 3 by Deep Impact A powerful late surge saw Vivlos (Jpn) (Deep Impact {Jpn}) claim the spoils in the G1 Shuka Sho at Kyoto on Sunday. Waited with early on, Vivlos remained no better than mid division until nearing the turn ...
 Thoroughbred Daily News1 month ago
Firstpost.com

Sameer Verma's showing biggest gain for Indian badminton; PV Sindhu displays consistency

Without a doubt, the biggest gain for Indian badminton in the past fortnight, when the final two Super Series tournaments of the year were played in the extended reaches of the world's most populous nation, was the showing of 22-year-old Sameer, the ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago Sameer Verma has come a long way from a Gopichand Academy trainee to Hong Kong Open finalist  Firstpost.com6 days ago All you need to know about Sameer Verma  Firstpost.com1 week ago Self-imploding Sameer Verma explodes on big stage, reaches Hong Kong Superseries final  Indian Express1 week ago
Blood-Horse

Kitasan Black Leads Local Sweep in Japan Cup

Kitasan Black led from the first jump and was never challenged in a dominating victory Sunday (Nov. 27) in the 36th running of the Japan Cup in association with Longines at Tokyo Racecourse . The 4-year-old colt, by Black Tide , broke cleanly ...
 Blood-Horse1 week ago
Crash.net

Macau GP: F3 Main race results

Full main race results for the 2016 FIA Formula 3 Macau GP, Hong Kong. 1. Antonio Felix da Costa POR Carlin 15 laps 2. Felix Rosenqvist SJM Theodore Racing by Prema +1.603s 3. Sergio Sette Camara BRA Carlin +3.194s 4. Kenta Yamashita JPN ...
 Crash.net2 weeks ago Macau GP: F3 Qualifying race results  Crash.net2 weeks ago Macau GP: Formula 3 Qualifying results (2)  Crash.net2 weeks ago
New Straits Times

(Aquatics) Malaysian divers continue sparkling run at Asian Swimming Championships

KUALA LUMPUR: National divers Loh Zhiayi-Kimberly Bong continued Malaysia's impressive run at the Asian Swimming Championships in Tokyo, bagging the bronze medal in the women's three meter springboard synchronised event on Friday. The Malaysian ...
 New Straits Times2 weeks ago
News EasyBranches.com

Post-Rio rash of retirements to cut top ten in half

Home Sport News Share the joy Japan's Kenichi Hayakawa became the latest men's doubles star to retire from international badminton competition, according to a report this week from the Badminton World Federation ( BWF ).
 News EasyBranches.com1 month ago SS Finals Dubai doubles debuts due in droves  News EasyBranches.com1 month ago
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