Badminton at the 1982 Commonwealth Games

The badminton competition at the 1982 Commonwealth Games took place in Brisbane, Australia from 30 September until 9 October 1982.[1]

Badminton
at the 1982 Commonwealth Games
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VenueChandler Sports Hall
Dates30 September - 09 October 1982
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MedallistsEdit

Category Gold Silver Score Bronze
Men's singles   Syed Modi   Nick Yates 7-15, 15–6, 15–5   Razif Sidek
Women's singles   Helen Troke   Sally Podger 4-11, 11–3, 11–5   Gillian Clark
Men's doubles   Ong Beng Teong & Razif Sidek   Martin Dew & Nick Yates 15-10, 17-15   Pat Tryon & Paul Johnson
Women's doubles   Claire Backhouse & Johanne Falardeau   Gillian Clark & Karen Beckman 13-15, 18–16, 15–4   Karen Chapman & Sally Podger
Mixed doubles   Martin Dew & Karen Chapman   Duncan Bridge & Karen Beckman 18-13, 15-3   Steve Wilson & Robin Denton
Mixed team   England   Canada 5-0   Australia

ResultsEdit

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Men's singlesEdit

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
  Syed Modi 15 15
  Tin Cheung Chan 5 1   Modi 15 15
  Bob MacDougall w/o   MacDougall 4 8
  Babatunde Badiru scr   Modi 15 15
  Keith Priestman 15 18   Priestman 7 9
  Michael Scandolera 11 14   Priestman 15 15
  Pradeep Gandhe 15 4 15   Gandhe 8 9
  Gordon Hamilton 11 15 11   Modi 7 15 15
  Nick Yates w/o   Yates 15 6 5
  Mark Freitag scr   Yates 15 15
  Chris Bullen 15 15   Bullen 3 6
  Philip Sutton 12 7   Yates 18 15 Third place
  Razif Sidek 15 15   Sidek 16 8
  Dipak Tailor 9 2   Sidek 8 15 15   Sidek 15 15
  Sze Yu 15 15   Sze 15 9 9   Priestman 8 2
  Alexander White 2 6

Women's singlesEdit

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
  Helen Troke 11 11
  Julie McDonald 6 3   Troke 11 11
  Diane Underwood 5 11 11   Underwood 3 2
  Denyse Julien 11 9 5   Troke 11 8 11
  Karen Beckman 5 11 11   Beckman 4 11 2
  Toni Whittaker 11 9 5   Beckman 8 11 11
  Amita Kulkarni 0 11 11   Kulkrani 11 8 2
  Jane Youngberg 11 4 5   Troke 4 11 11
  Sally Podger 11 11   Podger 11 3 5
  Ann Crossan 0 0   Podger 11 11 11
  Johanne Falardeau 11 11   Falardeau 12 4 7
  Jane Forrest 5 1   Podger 7 12 12 Third place
  Gillian Clark 11 11   Clark 11 11 10
  Wong Har Ping 9 6   Clark 11 6 11   Clark w/o
  Ami Ghia 12 11   Ghia 5 11 3   Beckman scr
  Allison Sinton 10 8

Men's doublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Ong Beng Teong
  Razif Sidek
15 15
    Philip Sutton
  Mark Richards
3 3
  Ong
  Sidek
15 15
  Bridge
  Tailor
11 10
    Duncan Bridge
  Dipak Tailor
15 17
    Bob MacDougall
  Mark Freitag
13 15
  Ong
  Sidek
15 17
  Dew
  Yates
10 15
    Martin Dew
  Nick Yates
15 15
    Sze Yu
  Wong Man Hing
3 1
  Dew
  Yates
15 14 15 Bronze medal
  Tryon
  Johnson
12 17 7
    Pat Tryon
  Paul Johnson
15 15   Tryon
  Johnson
15 15 15
    Leroy D’sa
  Pradeep Gandhe
3 13   Bridge
  Tailor
11 18 5

Women's doublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Claire Backhouse
  Johanne Falardeau
15 7 15
    Alison Fulton
  Pamela Hamilton
12 15 4
  Backhouse
  Falardeau
11 15 15
  Chapman
  Podger
15 6 6
    Karen Chapman
  Sally Podger
15 15
    Robin Denton
  Toni Whittaker
11 3
  Backhouse
  Falardeau
13 18 15
  Clark
  Beckman
15 16 4
    Gillian Clark
  Karen Beckman
7 15 15
    Denyse Julien
  Sandra Skillings
15 12 7
  Clark
  Beckman
18 15 Bronze medal
  Ghia
  Singh
17 12
    Ami Ghia
  Kanwal Thakur Singh
15 15   Chapman
  Podger
11 15 15
    Wong Har Ping
  Amy Chan
8 2   Ghia
  Singh
15 6 8

Mixed doublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Martin Dew
  Karen Chapman
15 15
    Alexander White
  Christine Heatly
5 2
  Dew
  Chapman
15 15
  Wilson
  Denton
11 10
    Steve Wilson
  Robin Denton
15 15
    Paul Johnson
  Claire Backhouse
11 3
  Dew
  Chapman
18 15
  Bridge
  Beckman
13 3
    Duncan Bridge
  Karen Beckman
17 17
    Michael Scandolera
  Audrey Swaby
15 14
  Bridge
  Beckman
15 15 Bronze medal
  James
  Cunningham
8 13
    Trevor James
  Jennifer Cunningham
13 15 15   Wilson
  Denton
15 15
    Wong Har Ping
  Amy Chan
15 11 6   James
  Cunningham
5 1

Mixed teamEdit

SemifinalsEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  England   New Zealand 5-0
  Canada   Australia 4-1

Bronze medal play-offEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Australia   New Zealand 3-2

FinalEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Results". Commonwealth Games Federation. Archived from the original on 15 February 2013. Retrieved 17 January 2016.
  2. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.