Kalender Agustus 2017

01-06/8 Grand Prix Gold - SKYCITY New Zealand Open (Auckland, NZL)
03-06/8 Intl Series - Yonex/K&D Graphics (Orange County, USA)
09-12/8 Intl Series - TUI MEDICAL Waikato (Hamilton, NZL)
11-13/8 Junior Intl Series - Bulgarian Jr International (Pazardzhik, BUL)
11-13/8 Junior Future Series - Mauritius Jr International (Rose Hill, MRI)
11-17/8 Intl Series - Eurasia Bulgarian Open (Sofia, BUL)
17-20/8 Junior Future Series - Carebaco U19 International (Couva, TRI)
21-27/8 BWF World Championships 2017 (Glasgow, SCO)
22-25/8 Intl Series - Carebaco Open (Couva, TRI)
22-29/8 Multievent - SEA Games 2017 (Kuala Lumpur, MAS)
30/8-02/8 Future Series - Yonex Slovak Open (Trencin, SVK)

Friday, March 16, 2012

0 Indonesian Players' Statistics at the Olympic Games (1992-2008)

MEN'S SINGLES

Hermawan Susanto
Olympic Games: 1992
Playing caps: 2
Playing records: 2-1-1
Game records: 3-3
Best achievement: Bronze Medal (lost to Ardy Wiranata in the semifinals)

Ardy Wiranata
Olympic Games: 1992
Playing caps: 3
Playing records: 3-2-1
Game records: 4-3
Best achievement: Silver Medal (lost to Alan Budikusuma)

Alan Budikusuma - Olympic Champions
Olympic Games: 1992, 1996
Playing caps: 6
Playing records: 6-5-1
Game records: 10-2
Best achievement: Gold Medal

Joko Supriyanto
Olympic Games: 1996
Playing caps: 3
Playing records: 3-2-1
Game records: 4-2
Best achievement: Quarterfinals (lost to Rashid Sidek)

Heryanto Arbi
Olympic Games: 1996
Playing caps: 5
Playing records: 5-3-2
Game records: 7-4
Best achievement: Fourth Place (lost to Rashid Sidek, lost to Poul-Erik Hoyer-Larsen in the semifinals)

Taufik Hidayat - Olympic Champions
Olympic Games: 2000, 2004, 2008
Playing caps: 9
Playing records: 9-7-2
Game records: 14-7
Best achievement: Gold Medal

Hendrawan
Olympic Games: 2000
Playing caps: 5
Playing records: 5-4-1
Game records: 8-2
Best achievement: Silver Medal (lost to Ji Xinpeng)

Marleve Mainaky
Olympic Games: 2000
Playing caps: 3
Playing records: 3-2-1
Game records: 4-2
Best achievement:  Quarterfinals (lost to Peter Gade)

Sony Dwi Kuncoro
Olympic Games: 2004, 2008
Playing caps: 8
Playing records: 6-2
Game records: 11-5
Best achievement: Bronze Medal (lost to Shon Seung-Mo in the semifinals)

WOMEN'S SINGLES

Susi Susanti - Olympic Champions
Olympic Games: 1992, 1996
Playing caps: 7
Playing records: 7-6-1
Game records: 12-4
Best achievement: Gold Medal

Sarwendah
Olympic Games: 1992
Playing caps: 1
Playing records: 1-0-1
Game records: 1-2
Best achievement: Quarterfinals (lost to Bang Soo-hyun)

Mia Audina
Olympic Games: 1996
Playing caps: 5
Playing records: 5-4-1
Game records: 8-5
Best achievement: Silver Medal (lost to Bang Soo-hyun)
Note: Mia Audina also played at the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games for the Netherlands.

Yuliani Sentosa
Olympic Games: 1996
Playing caps: 2
Playing records: 2-1-1
Game records: 2-2
Best achievement: Round 16 (lost to Yao Yan)

Lidya Djaelawijaya
Olympic Games: 2000
Playing caps: 3
Playing records: 3-2-1
Game records: 4-2
Best achievement: Round 16 (lost to Gong Zhichao)

Ellen Angelinawaty
Olympic Games: 2000
Playing caps: 1
Playing records: 1-0-1
Game records: 0-2
Best achievement: Round 32 (lost to Camilla Martin)

Maria Kristin Yulianti
Olympic Games: 2008
Playing caps: 6
Playing records: 6-5-1
Game records: 10-6
Best achievement: Bronze Medal (lost to Zhang Ning in the semifinals)

MEN'S DOUBLES

Rexy Mainaky/Ricky Subagja - Olympic Champions
Olympic Games: 1992, 1996, 2000
Playing caps: 7
Playing records: 7-5-2
Game records: 10-6
Best achievement: Gold Medal

Eddy Hartono/Gunawan
Olympic Games: 1992
Playing caps: 3
Playing records: 3-2-1
Game records: 4-2
Best achievement: Silver Medal (lost to Kim Moon-soo/Park Joo-bong)

Gunawan/Bambang Suprianto
Olympic Games: 1996
Playing caps: 1
Playing records: 1-0-1
Game records: 1-2
Best achievement: Round 16 (lost to Soo Beng Kiang/Tan Kim Her)
Note: Gunawan has overall 2 caps, 3 wins, 2 losses, and 5-4 game records.

Denny Kantono/Antonius
Olympic Games: 1996
Playing caps: 4
Playing records: 2-2
Game records: 6-2
Best achievement: Bronze Medal (lost to Cheah Soon Kit/Yap Kim Hock in the semifinals)

Tony Gunawan/Candra Wijaya - Olympic Champions
Olympic Games: 2000
Playing caps: 4
Playing records: 4-4-0
Game records: 8-1
Best achievement: Gold Medal
Note: Tony Gunawan is now playing for the United States.

Eng Hian/Flandy Limpele
Olympic Games: 2000, 2004
Playing caps: 6
Playing records: 6-4-2
Game records: 8-4
Best achievement: Bronze Medal (lost to Kim Dong-moon/Ha Tae-kwon)

Sigit Budiarto/Trikus Harjanto
Olympic Games: 2004
Playing caps: 1
Playing records: 1-0-1
Game records: 1-2
Best achievement: Round 32 (lost to Michal Logosz/Robert Mateusiak)

Luluk Hadianto/Alvent Yulianto Chandra
Olympic Games: 2004, 2008
Playing caps: 2
Playing records: 2-0-2
Game records: 1-4
Best achievement: Round 16 (lost to Lee Dong-soo/Yoo Yong-sung in 2004, and to Tadashi Ohtsuka/Keita Masuda in 2008)

Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan - Olympic Champions
Olympic Games: 2008
Playing caps: 4
Playing records: 4-4-0
Game records: 8-2
Best achievement: Gold Medal

WOMEN'S DOUBLES

Finarsih/Lili Tampi
Olympic Games: 1992, 1996
Playing caps: 2
Playing records: 3-1-2
Game records: 3-4
Best achievement: Quarterfinals (lost to Gil Young-ah/Shim Eun-jung)

Eliza/Zelin
Olympic Games: 1996
Playing caps: 3
Playing records: 3-2-1
Game records: 4-2
Best achievement: Quarterfinals (lost to Ge Fei/Gu Jun)

Eliza/Deyana Lomban
Olympic Games: 2000
Playing caps: 1
Playing records: 1-0-1
Game records: 0-2
Best achievement: Round 32 (lost to Joanne Davies/Sarah Hardaker)
Note: Eliza has overall 4 caps, 2 wins, 2 losses, and 4-4 game records.

Etty Tantri/Cynthia Tuwankotta
Olympic Games: 2000
Playing caps: 2
Playing records: 2-1-1
Game records: 2-2
Best achievement: Quarterfinals (lost to Ge Fei/Gu Jun)

Lita Nurlita/Jo Novita
Olympic Games: 2004
Playing caps: 1
Playing records: 1-0-1
Game records: 1-2
Best achievement: Round 16 (lost to Yang Wei/Zhang Jiewen)

Vita Marissa/Liliyana Natsir
Olympic Games: 2008
Playing caps: 1
Playing records: 1-0-1
Game records: 0-2
Best achievement: Round 16 (lost to Yang Wei/Zhang Jiewen)

MIXED DOUBLES

Flandy Limpele/Risye Rosalina
Olympic Games: 1996
Playing caps: 3
Playing records: 3-2-1
Game records: 4-3
Best achievement: Quarterfinals (lost to Liu Jianjun/Sun Man)

Trikus Harjanto/Minarti Timur
Olympic Games: 1996, 2000
Playing caps: 7
Playing records: 7-5-2
Game records: 11-5
Best achievement: Silver Medal (lost to Zhang Jun/Gao Ling)

Note: Trikus Harjanto has overall 8 caps, 5 wins, 3 losses, and 12-7 game records.

Bambang Suprianto/Zelin
Olympic Games: 2000
Playing caps: 3
Playing records: 3-2-1
Game records: 5-2
Best achievement: Quarterfinals (lost to Michael Sogaard/Rikke Olsen)
Note: Bambang Suprianto has overall 4 caps, 2 wins, 2 losses, and 6-4 game records.
Note: Zelin has overal 6 caps, 4 wins, 2 losses, and 9-4 game records.

Anggun Nugroho/Eny Widyowati
Olympic Games: 2004
Playing caps: 2
Playing records: 2-1-1
Game records: 2-2
Best achievement:  Round 16 (lost to Chen Qiqui/Zhao Tingting)

Nova Widianto/Vita Marissa
Olympic Games: 2004
Playing caps: 2
Playing records: 2-1-1
Game records: 2-2
Best achievement: Quarterfinals (lost to Jens Eriksen/Mette Schjoldager)

Nova Widianto/Liliyana Natsir
Olympic Games: 2008
Playing caps: 4
Playing records: 4-3-1
Game records: 6-3
Best achievement: Silver Medal (lost to Lee Yong-dae/Lee Hyo-jung)
Note: Liliyana Natsir has overall 5 caps, 3 wins, 2 losses, and 6-5 game records.
Note: Nova Widianto has overall 6 caps, 4 wins, 2 losses, and 8-5 game records.

Flandy Limpele/Vita Marissa
Olympic Games: 2008
Playing caps: 4
Playing records: 4-2-2
Game records: 6-5
Best achievement: Fourth Place (lost to He Hanbin/Yu Yang, lost to  Lee Yong-dae/Lee Hyo-jung in the semifinals)
Note: Flandy Limpele has overall 13 caps, 8 wins, 5 losses, and 18-12 game records.
Note: Vita Marissa has overall 6 caps, 3 wins, 3 losses, and 7-8 game records.

0 Badminton Indonesia at the Olympic Games

Summer Olympic games is just around the corner. There are only somewhat 130 days remaining before the first day of badminton competition serves in the world's biggest quadrennial sport events. The best badminton players from five continental confederations are going to participate into the sixth occasion since badminton has been incepted by the International Olympic Committee in Barcelona 1992.

Until the Beijing 2008, only four countries have managed to win gold medals of the total 29 sets of gold medals provided: Indonesia, Republic of Korea, China, and Denmark. Though badminton plays five individual divisions, the 1992 edition did not play mixed doubles, one that created history for the Koreans in Atlanta 1996.

The inception of badminton into the Olympic Games has proven the best gift for Indonesia, a country that previously only dreamt about playing well at the global sports multievents. When the women's Archery team won the Silver Medal in Seoul 1988, it was the best achievement of all time. Then came the 'era of gold' when Susi Susanti made an even bigger history, not only for Indonesia, but also for the world of badminton, to become the first gold medalist in the Olympic Badminton.

Record holders in the Olympic Games Participation

Since the first Olympic Badminton, Indonesia has delegated 48 players who played in five divisions and 37 spots. In men's singles, Taufik Hidayat holds the record for representing the country three times (2000, 2004, and 2008). In women's singles, Susi Susanti is still the best for playing twice (1992, 1996). In men's doubles, the most representing record is held by Rexy Mainaky/Ricky Subagja for playing at the Olympic Games three times from 1992 to 2000. In women's doubles, the record goes to Lili Tampi/Finarsih who played in Barcelona 1992 and Atlanta 1996. In mixed doubles, Trikus Harjanto/Minarti Timur (2000 and 2004) and Nova Widianto/Liliyan Natsir (2004 and 2008) become the joint-record holders for Indonesia.

Some players have a unique experience in terms of playing double roles: Flandy Limpele played in men's doubles with Eng Hian in 2000 and 2004, and in mixed doubles with Risyeu Rosalina in 1996 and with Vita Marissa in 2008; Liliyana Natsir played in women's doubles with Vita Marissa as well as mixed doubles with Nova Widianto in 2008; Vita Marissa played in mixed doubles with Nova Widianto in 2004, whereas in 2008 she played the double roles in mixed doubles and women's doubles (with Flandy Limpele and Liliyana Natsir); Bambang Suprianto made the similar record in 1996 by playing in men's doubles with Gunawan and in mixed doubles with Zelin; finally, Trikus Harjanto played mixed doubles with Minarti Timur (2000 and 2004) and men's doubles with Sigit Budiarto in 2004.

In terms of overall doubles divisions, the men's doubles player Gunawan played at two different Olympic Games with different pairs (Eddy Hartono in 1992, Bambang Suprianto in 1996), whereas the mixed doubles player Vita Marissa did as well with Nova Widianto (2004) and Flandy Limpele (2008). Flandy becomes the Indonesian player to play the most games overall (18 games won and 12 games lost) during his service to the men's doubles and mixed doubles squads.

BADMINTON VIDEOS

Loading...
 

BULUTANGKIS Copyright © 2011 - |- Template created by O Pregador - |- Powered by Blogger Templates