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THIS WEEK: Another title for Hannah Roberts in UCI BMX Freestyle Park Worlds?

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Plenty of action worldwide this week, including the third edition of the UCI World Urban Cycling Championships in China. Previews: ● ARCHERY ● Indoor World...

THIS WEEK: Momota looks for seventh win in Paris; four Rio judo champs in...

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This is another fairly light week in international sport, just before a heavy schedule of winter events starts to take over the calendar. Among the...

BADMINTON: Repeat titles for Momota, Tai and Gideon/Sukamuljo in Denmark

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Fans attending the 2019 version of the Danisa Denmark Open might have thought they were watching a re-run of the 2018 tournament as three...

BADMINTON: Marin returns with win over Tai in China Open in Changzhou

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Rio Olympic champion Carolina Marin of Spain tore her anterior cruciate ligament in January. On Sunday, she faced no. 4-ranked Tzu Ying Tai (TPE) in...

BADMINTON: Japan wins two titles and leads the medal table in historic World Champs

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China has been the leading force in badminton for decades, but for the first time since 1995, it did not lead the medal table...

BADMINTON Preview: $1,250,000 prize purse at stake in Indonesia Open in Jakarta, and everyone...

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One of the biggest prize purses in the sport is on offer in Jakarta (INA) for the 2019 Indonesia Open, now underway at the...

BADMINTON: Top-ranked Momota and Tai take Singapore Open titles

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Japan dominated the Singapore Open with four finalists and three winners, but the top-ranked Singles players in the world impressed with wins by Kento...

BADMINTON Preview: All five no. 1-ranked players and teams in Singapore Open

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The BWF World Tour’s Asian swing continues this week at the Singapore Indoor Stadium for the Singapore Open, held continuously since 1987. It has...

BADMINTON: Four golds for China and one for Taipei in Malaysia Open

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Depending on how you look at it., China won four or all five divisions at the Malaysia Open in Kuala Lumpur, including a remarkable...

BADMINTON Preview: Best in the world lined up for Malaysia Open

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An outstanding field has gathered for the Celcom Axiata Malaysia Open in Kuala Lumpur (MAS), with the top three in the BWF World Rankings...

BADMINTON: Three wins for China and Momota makes history at the $1,000,000 All-England Open

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The big money – $1,000,000 in prize money – brought out all of the no. 1 -ranked players and teams in the world for...

BADMINTON Preview: Stars are out for the $1 million Yonex Al-england Open in Birmingham

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Nothing like a prize purse of $1 million to get players interested in a major tournament and most of the top stars in the...

BADMINTON Preview: World Tour Finals ready in Guangzhou

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The biggest prize purse of the year – $1,500,000 – is at stake in the BWF World Tour Finals in Guangzhou (CHN). The top...

BADMINTON: Bad week to be no. 1 as three lose in French Open

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The Yonex French Open in Paris (FRA) was loaded with all five of the no. 1-ranked players or teams in the world. But only...

BADMINTON: Tzu Ying Tai claims sixth World Tour win in Denmark

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Perhaps the hottest spot for badminton in Europe is Denmark and many of the leading stars of the sport came to Odense for the...

BADMINTON: No. 1-ranked Tai comes from behind to win Taipei Open

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Chinese Taipei’s Tzu Ying Tai was the focal point of the 2018 Chinese Taipei Open, performing in front of an adoring home crowd. But...

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