12th World University Badminton Championship
– Les Jeux Universitaires –
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The History of Badminton in FISU
Since the first World University Badminton Championship organised in Cyprus in 1990 and during the four subsequent editions, all Asian countries have distinguished themselves in this discipline. Indeed, the representatives of China and Chinese Taipei took the lion’s share of the wins in singles matches, winning the gold medal nearly every time. This supremacy was seriously challenged in doubles, where European countries sometimes scrapped through. In general badminton is very popular within the student community. The 2004 World University Championship in Bangkok recorded 20 countries and 134 participants. When Thailand won the bid for the Summer Universiade and the World Student Games were attributed to Bangkok, badminton was proposed as an optional sport for the first time. This contributed to an increase in the level and number of participating countries: 33 countries and 159 athletes participated in the Summer Universiade. The large number of spectators during the finals and live TV coverage brought this nice and very dynamic sport to a higher level. For the second time in 2011, badminton was part of the programme of the Universiade held in Shenzhen, China, a country where badminton is a star sport.
N° of Countries
FISU Member Associations : AFRICA
FEDERATION AFRICAINE DU SPORT UNIVERSITAIRE – FEDERATION OF AFRICAN UNIVERSITY SPORTS
President: Hassan Chick (ALG)
B.P. N° 83 Rostomia
Fax: ++213-21924299 & ++213-21791427
13th World University Badminton Championship C ordoba , Spain
July 23rd to 29th, 2014
12th World University Badminton Championship Gwangju, Korea
November 6th to 11th, 2012
12th World University Badminton Championship
Gwangju, Korea – November 6th to 11th, 2012
11th World University Badminton Championship Taпpei, Chinese Taпpei
August 31st to September 5th, 2010
AUCUNE PRESENCE AFRICAINE
aux 10иme Jeux universitaires mondiaux
10th World Un iversity Badminton Championship Braga, Portugal
May 5th to 10th, 2008
10th World University Badminton Championship Braga, Portugal – May 5th to 10th, 2008
a) Team Tournament
– One (1) women’s singles player
– One (1) men’s singles player
– One (1) women’s doubles pair
– One (1) men’s doubles pair
– One (1) mixed doubles pair
b) Individual Tournament
– Maximum of three (3) Men’s singles players
– Maximum of three (3) Women’s singles players
– One (1) Men’s doubles pair
– One (1) Women’s doubles pair
– One (1) Mixed doubles pair
Individual Men’s event
A maximum of three (3) men (singles) + one (1) team (doubles) + one (1) team (mixed).
Individual Women’s event
A maximum of three (3) women (singles) + one (1) team (doubles) + one (1) team (mixed).
In each sex category, each country may enter:
– maximum six (6) competitors.
Each country is authorised to enter a maximum of seventeen (17) persons of which twelve (12) may be competitors and five (5) officials.
The competitors must be born between January 1st, 1980 and December 31st, 1990.
Deadlines For Entries
General Entries: November 5th, 2007
Quantitative Entries: February 5th, 2008
Nominative Entries: April 5th, 2008
Prepayment of 25% before
University of Minho
Campus de Gualtar
FISU Technical Chairman
The latest teams to confirm their entry at our event are: Japan, Malaysia, Finland, Russia, Macau, China, Korea, Indonesia, Thailand and Sri Lanka.
Already participating are Australia, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada, China, Chinese Taipei, Cyprus, Great Britain, France, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, South Africa , Spain, Switzerland and Ukraine.
At this time almost 275 participants are already confirmed from a total of 26 delegations.
" provisional competition schedule "
Les chiffres du Badminton :
33 pays – 202 joueurs
(109 hommes & 93 femmes)
5 pays – 20 joueurs
(10 hommes & 10 femmes)
Bangkok 2007 L’Afrique prйsente. en Badminton
Thai officials walk past a sign for the 24th Universiade Bangkok 2007 displayed at Thammasat University Stadium, one of the venues for the games in suburban Bangkok, 05 August 2007. The opening ceremony for the World University Games in Bangkok on Wednesday will kick off ten days of sport involving 10,200 student athletes competing in 17 disciplines. (Source : AFP/File/Pornchai Kittiwongsakul)
– La 24e Universiade d`йtй, est la deuxiиme manifestation sportive au monde aprиs les jeux Olympiques en nombre de participants, se dйroule а Bangkok, avec 10.200 athlиtes engagйs, tous йtudiants de 160 nationalitйs, qui se mesurent dans 17 disciplines.
Cette grand-messe mondiale du sport universitaire fera cette annйe l`objet de toutes les attentions des dйcouvreurs de talents dans la perspective des Jeux de Pйkin, l`an prochain.
Prйsence de l’Afrique
(Source : www.bangkok2007.com)
Suivre : Tous les rйsultats sont а jour sur le site www.bangkok2007.com
Le badminton а l’honneur .
Thai Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana,a sports lover and a badminton player , lights the cauldron at the opening ceremony of the 24th Universiade Bangkok 2007 at Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, Aug. 8, 2007.(Xinhua Photo)
Pour les rйsultats des Joueurs et Joueuses de l’Afrique engagйs dans cette compйtition, vous rendre sur le site www.bangkok2007.com
Mixed Team : THA – Thailand CHN – People’s Republic of China TPE – Chinese Taipei INA – Indonesia
Men’s Singles : THA – PONSANA Boonsak CHN – CHEN Hong TPE – LIAO Sheng-shiun THA – SAPKULCHANNART Poompat
Women’s Singles : CHN – WANG Yihan TPE – CHENG Shao-chieh THA – MEEMEAK Moltjila CHN – WANG Lin
Men’s Doubles : THA – PRAPAKAMOL/NGENSRISUK TPE – TSAI/HSIEH THA – ANUGRITAYAWON/NARKTHONG CHN – SHEN/ZHANG
Women’s Doubles : TPE – CHENG/CHIEN CHN – PAN/TIAN THA – AROONKESORN/VORAVICHITCHA CHN – ZHANG/WANG
Mixed Doubles : KOR – YOO/KIM TPE – FANG/CHENG CHN – CHEN/ZHANG THA – PRAPAKAMOL/PONSANA