Badminton at the 1994 Commonwealth Games

The badminton competition at the 1994 Commonwealth Games took place in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada from 20 August until 28 August 1994.[1] There were no bronze medal play off matches because both losing semi-finalists were awarded a bronze medal.

Badminton
at the 1994 Commonwealth Games
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VenueVictoria
Dates20 – 28 August 1994
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Final resultsEdit

Event Gold Silver Score Bronze
Men's singles   Rashid Sidek   Ong Ewe Hock 15–6, 15–4   Nick Hall   Anders Nielsen
Women's singles   Lisa Campbell   Si-An Deng 11–2, 11-5   Rhona Robertson   Song Yang
Men's doubles   Cheah Soon Kit
  Soo Beng Kiang
  Simon Archer
  Chris Hunt
15-10, 15-9   Peter Blackburn
  Mark Nichols
  Ong Ewe Hock
  Tan Kim Her
Women's doubles   Joanne Muggeridge
  Joanne Wright
  Gillian Clark
  Julie Bradbury
15-9, 15–11   Si-An Deng
  Denyse Julien
  Lee Wai Leng
  Tan Lee Wai
Mixed doubles   Chris Hunt
  Gillian Clark
  Simon Archer
  Julie Bradbury
15-11, 15-4   Peter Blackburn
  Rhonda Cator
  Nick Ponting
  Joanne Wright
Mixed team   England   Malaysia 3-2   Australia   Hong Kong

Singles resultsEdit

Men's singlesEdit

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
  Rashid Sidek 15 15
  Duminda Jayakody 8 4   Sidek 15 15
  Dean Galt 15 15   Galt 3 0
  Paul Leyow 2 10   Sidek 15 15
  Anders Nielsen w/o   Nielsen 3 11
  Iain Sydie scr   Nielsen 15 11 15
  Wong Wai Lap 15 15   Lap 9 15 5
  Nico Meerholz 1 0   Sidek 15 15
  Ong Ewe Hock 15 15   Hock 6 4
  George Hugh 4 2   Hock 15 15
  Jaimie Dawson 15 18   Dawson 3 10
  Bruce Flockhart 4 17   Hock 15 15
  Nick Hall 15 15   Hall 4 5
  Yuin Zailani Bin 7 2   Hall 15 15
  Peter Knowles 15 18   Knowles 11 13
  Robert Richards 6 13

Women's singlesEdit

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
  Lisa Campbell 12 11
  Anne Gibson 9 7   Campbell 9 11 11
  Suzanne Louis-Lane 11 11   Louis-Lane 11 8 1
  Cheng Leong Yeng 1 5   Campbell 11 12
  Rhonda Robertson 11 12   Robertson 1 10
  Aileen Travers 7 11   Robertson 11 11
  Denyse Julien 11 11   Julien 8 6
  Obiageli Olorunsola 5 0   Campbell 11 11
  Si-An Deng 12 12   Deng 2 5
  Rhonda Cator 11 9   Deng 11 11
  Joanne Muggeridge 11 11   Muggeridge 7 0
  Lina Fourie 1 0   Deng 8 11 11
  Song Yang 11 11   Song Yang 11 9 5
  Wong Chun Fan 4 1   Song Yang 11 3 11
  Zarinah Abdullah 12 11   Abdullah 3 11 7
  Debra O'Connor 9 2

Doubles resultsEdit

Men's doublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Cheah Soon Kit
  Soo Beng Kiang
15 15
    Russell Hogg
  Ken Middlemiss
3 8
  Kit
  Kiang
15 15
  Blackburn
  Nichols
1 2
    David Blackburn
  Mark Nichols
15 15
    Ma Che Kong
  Tam Kai Chuen
1 2
  Kit
  Kiang
15 15
  Archer
  Hunt
10 9
    Simon Archer
  Chris Hunt
15 15
    Dean Galt
  Nick Hall
8 4
  Archer
  Hunt
15 15
  Hock
  Tan Kim Her
1 7
    Ong Ewe Hock
  Tan Kim Her
15 15
    Bruce Flockhart
  Gordon Haldane
1 7

Women's doublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Joanne Muggeridge
  Joanne Wright
9 15 15
    Chan Oi Ni
  Cheng Yin Sat
15 8 2
  Muggeridge
  Wright
18 15
  Si-An Deng
  Julien
14 0
    Si-An Deng
  Denyse Julien
15 15
    Elinor Middlemiss
  Jennifer Williamson
8 6
  Muggeridge
  Wright
15 15
  Bradbury
  Clark
9 11
    Julie Bradbury
  Gillian Clark
15 15
    Jayne Plunkett
  Ann Stephens
2 3
  Bradbury
  Clark
18 14 15
  Leng
  Wai Tan
17 17 9
    Wai Leng Lee
  Lee Wai Tan
15 15
    Tammy Jenkins
  Rhona Robertson
9 7

Mixed doublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Chris Hunt
  Gillian Clark
17 15
    Tan Kim Her
  Tan Lee Wai
15 9
  Hunt
  Clark
15 15
  Blackburn
  Cator
7 4
    Peter Blackburn
  Rhonda Cator
15 15
    Soo Beng Kiang
  Zamaliah Sidek
8 8
  Hunt
  Clark
15 15
  Archer
  Bradbury
11 4
    Simon Archer
  Julie Bradbury
15 6 15
    Cheah Soon Kit
  Lee Wai Leng
6 15 8
  Archer
  Bradbury
15 15
  Ponting
  Wright
10 12
    Nick Ponting
  Joanne Wright
10 15 15
    Chan Siu Kwong
  Chung Hoi Yuk
15 8 8

Mixed team resultsEdit

Semi-finalsEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  England   Australia 4-1
  Malaysia   Hong Kong 3-2

FinalEdit

Team medallistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed team   England
Simon Archer
Julie Bradbury
Gillian Clark
Chris Hunt
Peter Knowles
Suzanne Louis-Lane
Joanne Muggeridge
Anders Nielsen
Nick Ponting
Joanne Wright
  Malaysia
Cheah Soon Kit
Kuak Seok Choon
Lee Wai Leng
Leong Yeng Cheng
Ong Ewe Hock
Rashid Sidek
Zamaliah Sidek
Soo Beng Kiang
Tan Kim Her
Tan Lee Wai
  Australia[2]
Peter Blackburn
Lisa Campbell
Rhonda Cator
Amanda Hardy
Murray Hocking
Stuart Metcalfe
Mark Nichols
Wendy Shinners
Paul Stevenson
Song Yang
  Hong Kong
Chan Oi Ni
Chan Siu Kwong
Cheng Yin Sat
Chung Hoi Yuk
Ma Che Kong
Tam Kai Chuen
Tung Chau Man
Wong Chun Fan
Wong Wai Keung
Wong Wai Lap

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Results". Commonwealth Games Federation. Archived from the original on 2013-02-15. Retrieved 2016-01-27.
  2. ^ "1994 Commonwealth Games: Australian Bronze Medal Winners". AllDownUnder.com. Archived from the original on 2010-12-08.