2019 BWF World Junior Championships

The 2019 BWF World Junior Championships was the twenty-first edition of the BWF World Junior Championships. It was held in Kazan, Russia at the Kazan Gymnastics Center from 30 September to 13 October 2019.

2019 BWF World Junior Championships
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Tournament details
Dates30 September–13 October 2019
Edition21st
LevelInternational
VenueKazan Gymnastics Center
LocationKazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia
2018 Markham 2020 Auckland
2021 Chengdu
2022 Santander

Host city selectionEdit

The original winner of the bid was Prague, Czech Republic, which was awarded the event in November 2017 during Badminton World Federation meeting at Jamaica,[1] with Tipsport Arena as the proposed venue.[2] Prague later withdrew and the Badminton World Federation later re-awarded the event to Kazan in November 2018 during the announcement of 18 major badminton event hosts from 2019 to 2025.[3]

MedalistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Teams
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  Indonesia
Christian Adinata
M. Lucky Andres Apriyanda
Syabda Perkasa Belawa
Leo Rolly Carnando
Daniel Marthin
Dwiki Rafian Restu
Bobby Setiabudi
Metya Inayah Cindiani
Indah Cahya Sari Jamil
Febriana Dwipuji Kusuma
Nita Violina Marwah
Amalia Cahaya Pratiwi
Helena Ayu Puspitasari
Putri Syaikah
Putri Kusuma Wardani
Stephanie Widjaja
  China
Chen Xujun
Dai Enyi
Di Zijian
Dong Tianyao
Feng Yanzhe
Jiang Zhenbang
Li Yunze
Liu Liang
Ren Chengming
Wang Chang
Chen Yingxue
Dai Wang
Han Qianxi
Li Yijing
Lin Fangling
Luo Xumin
Tan Ning
Zhang Chi
Zhou Meng
Zhou Xinru
  Thailand
Thanawin Madee
Ratchapol Makkasasithorn
Setthanan Piyawatcharavijit
Tanadon Punpanich
Sirawit Sothon
Varot Uraiwong
Kunlavut Vitidsarn
Benyapa Aimsaard
Phittayaporn Chaiwan
Pornpicha Choeikeewong
Yanisa Chuencharoen
Pichamon Phatcharaphisutsin
Atitaya Povanon
Pornnicha Suwatnodom
Pitchayanin Ungka
  Japan
Yoshifumi Fujisawa
Shotaro Inamitsu
Takuma Kawamoto
Tsubasa Kawamura
Kakeru Kumagai
Hiroki Nishi
Takumi Shibata
Riki Takei
Riko Gunji
Rui Hirokami
Akari Kurihara
Atsumi Miyazaki
Kaho Osawa
Mizuki Otake
Hinata Suzuki
Chihiro Uchiyama
Boys' singles
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  Kunlavut Vitidsarn   Christo Popov   Yonathan Ramlie
  Li Yunze
Girls' singles
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  Riko Gunji   Zhou Meng   Phittayaporn Chaiwan
  Dai Wang
Boys' doubles
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  Leo Rolly Carnando
  Daniel Marthin
  Di Zijian
  Wang Chang
  Takuma Kawamoto
  Tsubasa Kawamura
  Dai Enyi
  Feng Yanzhe
Girls' doubles
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  Lin Fangling
  Zhou Xinru
  Febriana Dwipuji Kusuma
  Amalia Cahaya Pratiwi
  Kaho Osawa
  Hinata Suzuki
  Li Yijing
  Luo Xumin
Mixed doubles
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  Feng Yanzhe
  Lin Fangling
  Leo Rolly Carnando
  Indah Cahya Sari Jamil
  Jiang Zhenbang
  Li Yijing
  Ratchapol Makkasasithorn
  Benyapa Aimsaard

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  China (CHN)23510
2  Indonesia (INA)2215
3  Japan (JPN)1034
  Thailand (THA)1034
5  France (FRA)0101
Totals (5 nations)661224

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Katowice to Host 'World Seniors'". Badminton World Federation. Retrieved 9 September 2019.
  2. ^ "Prague to host 'World Juniors' in 2019". Badminton Europe. Retrieved 9 September 2019.
  3. ^ "BWF Major Event Hosts 2019-2025 Awarded". Badminton World Federation. Retrieved 9 September 2019.