2016 Badminton Asia Junior Championships

The 2016 Badminton Asia Junior Championships is the 19th edition of the Asia continental junior championships to crown the best U-19 badminton players across Asia. This tournament was held in Bangkok, Thailand between 9–17 July 2016.[1] The championships consists of mixed team and individual events. There were 19 countries with over 250 players participating in this edition.[2]

2016 Badminton Asia Junior Championships
Tournament details
Dates9–17 July 2016
Edition19
VenueCPB Badminton and Sports Science Training Center
LocationBangkok, Thailand
2015 2017

VenueEdit

This tournament was held at CPB Badminton and Sports Science Training Center.[1]

SeedEdit

The defending champion, China was the top seeds in the mixed team event followed by Thailand and Indonesia. In the individual event, The host country Thai boys' Kantaphon Wangcharoen, and girls' Pornpawee Chochuwong were the top seeds. China's pairs He Jiting / Tan Qiang and He Jiting / Du Yue were the top seeding in the boys' and mixed doubles respectively, while the girls' doubles goes to Indonesian pair Apriani Rahayu and Jauza Fadhila Sugiarto.[3]

  • Mixed team
  1.   China
  2.   Thailand
  3.   Indonesia
  4.   Japan
  5.   India
  6.   Malaysia
  7.   Hong Kong
  8.   South Korea
  • Boys' singles
  • Girls' singles
  • Boys' doubles
  • Girls' doubles
  • Mixed doubles

MedalistsEdit

In the mixed team event, China retain the title for the fourth consecutive time.[4] China also made a clean sweep of all the individual titles.[5]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Teams
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  China
Gao Zhengze
Han Chengkai
He Jiting
Liu Haichao
Sun Feixiang
Tan Qiang
Zhou Haodong
Zhu Junhao
An Yu
Cai Yanyan
Chen Yufei
Du Yue
Gao Fangjie
Hu Yuxiang
Xu Ya
Zhou Chaomin
  South Korea
Byun Jung-soo
Kang Min-hyuk
Kim Moon-jun
Kim Won-ho
Lee Hak-beom
Lee Sang-min
Na Sung-seung
Park Chan Ik
Baek Ha-na
Byun Soo-in
Kim Ga-eun
Kim Hyang-im
Kim Min-ji
Lee Ye-na
Lee Yu-rim
Park Ga-eun
  Japan
Mahiro Kaneko
Yunosuke Kubota
Takuma Obayashi
Hiroki Okamura
Masayuki Onodera
Koki Watanabe
Kyohei Yamashita
Naoki Yamazawa
Shiori Ebihara
Sayaka Hobara
Minami Kawashima
Nami Matsuyama
Natsuki Nidaira
Natsuki Sone
Asuka Takahashi
Natsumi Uesugi
  Thailand
Pakin Kuna-Anuvit
Korakrit Laotrakul
Pachaarapol Nipornram
Warit Sarapat
Natthapat Trinkajee
Kandis Wanaroon
Kantaphon Wangcharoen
Panachai Worasaktyanan
Nuntakarn Aimsaard
Phittayaporn Chaiwan
Natchpapha Chatupornkarnchana
Pornpawee Chochuwong
Sanicha Chumnibannakarn
Ruethaichanok Laisuan
Alisa Sapniti
Kwanchanok Sudjaipraparat
Boys' Singles
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  Sun Feixiang   Lee Chia-hao   Liu Haichao
  Lakshya Sen
Girls' Singles
details
  Chen Yufei   Gregoria Mariska Tunjung   Gao Fangjie
  Kim Ga-eun
Boys' Doubles
details
  Han Chengkai
  Zhou Haodong
  He Jiting
  Tan Qiang
  Fan Qiuyue
  Ren Xiangyu
  Ooi Zi Heng
  Soh Wooi Yik
Girls' Doubles
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  Du Yue
  Xu Ya
  Ni Bowen
  Zhou Chaomin
  Minami Kawashima
  Natsumi Uesugi
  Ruethaichanok Laisuan
  Alisa Sapniti
Mixed Doubles
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  He Jiting
  Du Yue
  Kim Won-ho
  Lee Yu-rim
  Rinov Rivaldy
  Apriani Rahayu
  Zhou Haodong
  Hu Yuxiang

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  China (CHN)62412
2  South Korea (KOR)0213
3  Indonesia (INA)0112
4  Chinese Taipei (TPE)0101
5  Japan (JPN)0022
  Thailand (THA)0022
7  India (IND)0011
  Malaysia (MAS)0011
Totals (8 nations)661224

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Asian Junior Badminton Championships in Thailand". Thai Tribune. Retrieved 25 December 2017.
  2. ^ "SCG Badminton Asia Junior Championships 2016 seeding". Badminton Asia. Retrieved 25 December 2017.
  3. ^ "Thai singles players are topseeds in Asian Junior Championships". Badminton Asia. Retrieved 25 December 2017.
  4. ^ "Asian Juniors 2016 – China over Korea again". Badzine.net. Retrieved 25 December 2017.
  5. ^ "China dominates Badminton Asia Junior Championships". Badminton Asia. Retrieved 25 December 2017.

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