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Badminton at the Asian Games

Badminton is one of the regular Asian Games sports since 1962 in Jakarta, Indonesia.

History

Badminton made its debut in the Asian Games as a demonstration sport at the 1958 Asian Games in Tokyo, Japan, and became a regular competitive sport in 1962.[1] In the 1962 Games, six events were held, with singles, doubles and team event for both men and women. The mixed doubles event was added in 1966 Asian Games. There was a playoff between the two semifinal losers to determine the sole winner of the bronze medal in 1962; but since 1966, two bronze medals per event are awarded in each event (except in 1974).

Editions

Games Year Host city Host country Best nation
III 1958 Tokyo  Japan
IV 1962 Jakarta  Indonesia  Indonesia (INA)
V 1966 Bangkok  Thailand  Indonesia (INA)
VI 1970 Bangkok  Thailand  Japan (JPN)
VII 1974 Tehran  Iran  China (CHN)
VIII 1978 Bangkok  Thailand  Indonesia (INA)
IX 1982 New Delhi  India  China (CHN)
X 1986 Seoul  South Korea  China (CHN)
XI 1990 Beijing  China  China (CHN)
XII 1994 Hiroshima  Japan  South Korea (KOR)
XIII 1998 Bangkok  Thailand  China (CHN)
XIV 2002 Busan  South Korea  South Korea (KOR)
XV 2006 Doha  Qatar  China (CHN)
XVI 2010 Guangzhou  China  China (CHN)
XVII 2014 Incheon  South Korea  China (CHN)

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China (CHN) 40 28 33 101
2  Indonesia (INA) 26 25 40 91
3  South Korea (KOR) 16 17 33 66
4  Malaysia (MAS) 7 8 20 35
5  Japan (JPN) 6 7 21 34
6  Thailand (THA) 1 11 14 26
7  India (IND) 1 1 8 10
8  Hong Kong (HKG) 1 1 5 7
9  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 0 0 4 4
10  Myanmar (MYA) 0 0 1 1
 Pakistan (PAK) 0 0 1 1
 Singapore (SIN) 0 0 1 1
Total 97 97 181 375

Competition

Asian Games badminton consists of a single-elimination tournament. Each match is played to the best of three games, each game is of 21 points. Rally scoring is used, meaning a player does not need to be serving to score. A player must win by two points or be the first player to 30 points.[2]

Participating nations

The following nations have taken part in the badminton competition.

Nation 62 66 70 74 78 82 86 90 94 98 02 06 10 14 Years
 Bahrain (BRN) X 1
 China (CHN) X X X X X X X X X X X 11
 Hong Kong (HKG) X X X X 4
 India (IND) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 14
 Iran (IRI) X X 2
 Indonesia (INA) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 14
 Iraq (IRQ) X 1
 Japan (JPN) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 14
 South Korea (KOR) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 14
 Macau (MAC) X X X 3
 Malaysia (MAS) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 14
 Maldives (MDV) X X 2
 Mongolia (MGL) X X X 3
 Nepal (NEP) X X 2
 Pakistan (PAK) X 1
 Philippines (PHI) X 1
 Qatar (QAT) X 1
 Singapore (SIN) X X X X X 4
 Sri Lanka (SRI) X X 2
 Syria (SYR) X 1
 Thailand (THA) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 13
 Chinese Taipei (TPE) X X X X X 4
 Timor-Leste (TLS) X 1
 Vietnam (VIE) X X X 3

Winners

Individual competition

Year Men's singles Women's singles Men's doubles Women's doubles Mixed doubles
1962 Tan Joe Hock Minarni Minarni Tan Yee Khan
Ng Boon Bee
Minarni Minarni
Retno Kustijah
N/A
1966 Ang Tjin Siang Noriko Takagi Teh Kew San
Rosalind Singha Ang
1970 Punch Gunalan Hiroe Yuki Punch Gunalan
Ng Boon Bee
Machiko Aizawa
Etsuko Takenaka
Ng Boon Bee
Sylvia Ng
1974 Hou Jiachang Chen Yuniang Tjun Tjun
Johan Wahjudi
Liang Chiusia
Cheng Huiming
Christian Hadinata
Regina Masli
1978 Liem Swie King Liang Chiusia Christian Hadinata
Ade Chandra
Verawaty Fajrin
Imelda Wiguna
Tang Xianhu
Zhang Ailing
1982 Han Jian Zhang Ailing Christian Hadinata
Icuk Sugiarto
Hwang Sun-ai
Kang Heung-sook
Christian Hadinata
Ivana Lie
1986 Zhao Jianhua Han Aiping Park Joo-bong
Kim Moon-soo
Lin Ying
Guan Weizhen
Park Joo-bong
Chung Myung-hee
1990 Tang Jiuhong Li Yongbo
Tian Bingyi
Guan Weizhen
Nong Qunhua
1994 Hariyanto Arbi Bang Soo-hyun Ricky Subagja
Rexy Mainaky
Shim Eun-jung
Jang Hye-ock
Yoo Yong-sung
Chung So-young
1998 Dong Jiong Kanako Yonekura Ge Fei
Gu Jun
Kim Dong-moon
Ra Kyung-min
2002 Taufik Hidayat Zhou Mi Lee Dong-soo
Yoo Yong-sung
Ra Kyung-min
Lee Kyung-won
2006 Wang Chen Koo Kien Keat
Tan Boon Heong
Gao Ling
Huang Sui
Zheng Bo
Gao Ling
2010 Lin Dan Wang Shixian Markis Kido
Hendra Setiawan
Tian Qing
Zhao Yunlei
Shin Baek-cheol
Lee Hyo-jung
2014 Wang Yihan Hendra Setiawan
Mohammad Ahsan
Greysia Polii
Nitya Krishinda Maheswari
Zhang Nan
Zhao Yunlei

Team competition

Year Men Women
1962 Indonesia Indonesia
1966 Thailand Japan
1970 Indonesia Japan
1974 China China
1978 Indonesia China
1982 China China
1986 Korea China
1990 China China
1994 Indonesia Korea
1998 Indonesia China
2002 Korea China
2006 China China
2010 China China
2014 Korea China

References

  1. ^ "Badminton – History". doha-2006.com.  
  2. ^ "Sports – Badminton". gz2010.cn. Guangzhou Asian Games Organising Committee (GAGOC). 30 March 2009. Retrieved 12 July 2011. 

External links

  • BAC: Asian Games
  • Doha 2006: Medalists from previous Asian Games
  • Sports123: Asian Games badminton
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