China v China – Badminton Mixed Doubles Final | London 2012 Olympics

The two Chinese teams of Zhang Nan / Zhao Yunlei and Xu Chen / Ma Jin face off for the gold medal in the final of the mixed doubles badminton event int the Wembley Arena at the London 2012 Olympic Games (3 August). Subscribe to the Olympic channel: Badminton made its debut as a demonstration … Continue reading “”

The two Chinese teams of Zhang Nan / Zhao Yunlei and Xu Chen / Ma Jin face off for the gold medal in the final of the mixed doubles badminton event int the Wembley Arena at the London 2012 Olympic Games (3 August).

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Badminton made its debut as a demonstration sport at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. It was not until the 1992 Games in Barcelona that it was officially included on the Olympic programme, with men's and women's singles and doubles events. The mixed doubles event made its debut in 1996 at the Atlanta Olympic Games. Since then, the number of events has remained unchanged.

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20 years of Badminton in the Olympic Games – 1992 to 2012

Badminton made its debut as a demonstration sport at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. It was not until the 1992 Games in Barcelona that it was officially included on the Olympic programme, with men's and women's singles and doubles events. The mixed doubles event made its debut in 1996 at the Atlanta Olympic Games. Since then, the number of events has remained unchanged.

Although the creation of modern badminton is attributed to England, it is Asia that now dominates this sport. Between 1992 and 2008, Asian countries won 69 of the 76 medals available in Olympic competition! The dominant countries are China, Indonesia and the Republic of Korea, followed by Great Britain and Denmark.

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Badminton Women’s Doubles – Korea v China | London 2012 Olympics

Re-live the badminton women's doubles group A game between South Korea and China from the London 2012 Olympics, 31 July.

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Badminton made its debut as a demonstration sport at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. It was not until the 1992 Games in Barcelona that it was officially included on the Olympic programme, with men's and women's singles and doubles events. The mixed doubles event made its debut in 1996 at the Atlanta Olympic Games. Since then, the number of events has remained unchanged.

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Lee C.W. v L. Dan |MS-F| Yonex All England Open Badminton Champ. 2012

Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia plays China's Lin Dan in the Men's Singles finals of the Yonex All England Open Badminton Championships 2012.
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Men’s Badminton Doubles Gold Medal Match – China v Denmark | London 2012 Olympics

Full highlights from the Men's Badminton Doubles Gold Medal Match between China and Denmark from Wembley Arena on 5 August 2012.

Badminton made its debut as a demonstration sport at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. It was not until the 1992 Games in Barcelona that it was officially included on the Olympic programme, with men's and women's singles and doubles events. The mixed doubles event made its debut in 1996 at the Atlanta Olympic Games. Since then, the number of events has remained unchanged.

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Saina Nehwal Wins Badminton Women’s Singles Bronze – IND v CHN | London 2012 Olympics

India's Saina Nehwal wins the bronze medal in the women's badminton singles event at the London 2012 Olympic Games (4 August).

The match was called to an end after China's Wang Xin was forced to retire with injury.

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Badminton made its debut as a demonstration sport at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. It was not until the 1992 Games in Barcelona that it was officially included on the Olympic programme, with men's and women's singles and doubles events. The mixed doubles event made its debut in 1996 at the Atlanta Olympic Games. Since then, the number of events has remained unchanged.

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Lin Dan v T.Hidayat |MS- QF| Yonex All England Open Badminton Champ. 2012

Lin Dan of China plays Taufik Hidayat of Indonesia in the Men's Singles quarter finals of the Yonex All England Open Badminton Championships 2012.
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Mary Carillo’s Badminton Rant – Athens 2004

This was taken off the air from a badminton broadcast in the middle of the night, US time. What starts as a normal description about the equipment turns into a full-on rant about how backyard badminton is *really* played.

Update: Deadspin found and interviewed Mary Carillo about this around the time of the '14 Sochi Olympics.

Chen wins gold in Badminton singles

Long Chen wins gold for China in the men's singles final.

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