Badminton at the 2006 Commonwealth Games

The badminton competition at the 2006 Commonwealth Games took place at the purpose-built temporary venue within the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre in Melbourne, Australia from 15 March until 26 March 2006.[1]

Badminton
at the 2006 Commonwealth Games
Badminton pictogram.svg
VenueMelbourne
Dates15–26 March 2006
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Badminton medal countEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Malaysia4307
2  England2125
3  Singapore0112
4  New Zealand0101
5  India0022
6  Scotland0011
Totals (6 nations)66618

Final resultsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles
details
Lee Chong Wei
  Malaysia
Wong Choong Hann
  Malaysia
Chetan Anand
  India
Women's singles
details
Tracey Hallam
  England
Wong Mew Choo
  Malaysia
Susan Hughes
  Scotland
Men's doubles
details
  Malaysia (MAS)
Koo Kien Keat
Chan Chong Ming
  Malaysia (MAS)
Choong Tan Fook
Wong Choong Hann
  England (ENG)
Robert Blair
Anthony Clark
Women's doubles
details
  Malaysia (MAS)
Chin Eei Hui
Wong Pei Tty
  Singapore (SIN)
Jiang Yanmei
Li Yujia
  England (ENG)
Gail Emms
Donna Kellogg
Mixed doubles
details
  England (ENG)
Nathan Robertson
Gail Emms
  New Zealand (NZL)
Dan Shirley
Sara Petersen
  Singapore (SIN)
Hendri Saputra
Li Yujia
Mixed team
details
  Malaysia (MAS)
Chan Chong Ming
Lee Chong Wei
Wong Choong Hann
Chin Eei Hui
Julia Wong Pei Xian
Koo Kien Keat
Wong Mew Choo
Wong Pei Tty
Ooi Sock Ai
Choong Tan Fook
  England (ENG)
Aamir Ghaffar
Anthony Clark
Donna Kellogg
Ella Tripp
Gail Emms
Joanne Nicholas
Nathan Robertson
Robert Blair
Simon Archer
Tracey Hallam
  India (IND)
Anup Sridhar
Aparna Popat
Chetan Anand
Jwala Gutta
Rupesh Kumar
Saina Nehwal
Sanave Thomas Arattukulam
Shruti Kurian
Trupti Murgunde
Valiyaveetil Diju

ResultsEdit

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Men's singlesEdit

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
   Lee Chong Wei 21 21
  Philippe Bourret 6 4     Lee Chong Wei 21 21
  Anup Sridhar 21 21   Sridhar 15 18
  Geoff Bellingham 10 10     Lee Chong Wei 21 21
  Aamir Ghaffar 21 21   Ghaffar 8 9
  Wei Kiat Aaron Tan 11 9   Ghaffar 21 21
  Niluka Karunaratne 21 14 21   Karunaratne 19 19
  Robert Milroy 13 21 10     Lee Chong Wei 21 21
  Wong Choong Hann 21 21   Hann 13 12
  Andrew Dabeka 14 16   Hann 21 22
  Kendrick Lee Yen Hui 21 21   Lee 17 20
  Dinuka Karunaratne 11 4   Hann 21 17 21 Third place
  Chetan Anand 21 21   Anand 11 21 13
  Stephan Beeharry 14 6   Anand 21 13 21   Anand 21 18 21
  Hendra Wijaya 21 21   Wijaya 16 21 11   Ghaffar 17 21 13
  John Moody 15 9

Women's singlesEdit

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
  Tracey Hallam 21 21
  Kelly Morgan 10 13   Hallam 21 21
  Rachel Hindley 21 21   Hindley 11 6
  Tania Luiz 7 12   Hallam 21 21
  Elizabeth Cann 21 21   Cann 17 8
  Charmaine Reid 16 12   Cann 21 21
  Aparna Popat 10 23 21   Popat 13 14
  Li Li 21 21 17   Hallam 21 21
  Wong Mew Choo 21 21   Choo 12 15
  Solenn Pasturel 6 11   Choo 21 21
  Xing Aiying 14 21 21   Xing Aiying 10 10
  Saina Nehwal 21 13 6   Choo 21 21 Third place
  Susan Hughes 21 21   Hughes 7 18
  Trupti Murgunde 17 9   Hughes 21 21   Hughes 21 13 21
  Fran Frances Liu 21 21   Liu 18 19   Cann 5 21 19
  Anna Rice 16 19

Men's doublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Koo Kien Keat
  Chan Chong Ming
21 21
    Hendri Saputra
  Ronald Susilo
17 17
  Keat
  Ming
21 21
  Brehaut
  Denney
11 8
    Ashley Brehaut
  Travis Denney
22 21 21
    Geoff Bellingham
  Craig Cooper
24 16 19
  Keat
  Ming
21 21
  Fook
  Hann
13 14
    Choong Tan Fook
  Wong Choong Hann
21 21
    Joe Morgan
  James Phillips
14 9
  Fook
  Hann
21 21 Bronze medal match
  Blair
  Clark
12 11
    Robert Blair
  Anthony Clark
21 21   Blair
  Clark
21 21
    Daniel Shirley
  John Moody
11 9   Brehaut
  Denney
6 14

Women's doublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Chin Eei Hui
  Wong Pei Tty
21 21
    Michelle Douglas
  Yuan Wemyss
16 14
  Hui
  Tty
21 21
  Murgunde
  Nehwal
8 3
    Trupti Murgunde
  Saina Nehwal
5 21 23
    Charmaine Reid
  Helen Nichol
21 17 21
  Hui
  Tty
21 21
  Yanmei
  Yujia
17 19
    Jiang Yanmei
  Li Yujia
21 21
    Nicole Gordon
  Sara Petersen
13 4
  Yanmei
  Yujia
21 21 Bronze medal match
  Emms
  Kellogg
8 14
    Gail Emms
  Donna Kellogg
21 21   Emms
  Kellogg
21 21
    Jwala Gutta
  Shruti Kurian
17 10   Murgunde
  Nehwal
14 9

Mixed doublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Nathan Robertson
  Gail Emms
21 21
    Andrew Bowman
  Kirsteen Miller
8 6
  Robertson
  Emms
19 21 21
  Saputra
  Yujia
21 14 17
    Hendri Saputra
  Li Yujia
23 21
    Travis Denney
  Kate Wilson-Smith
21 17
  Robertson
  Emms
21 21
  Shirley
  Petersen
17 10
    Daniel Shirley
  Sara Petersen
22 21
    William Milroy
  Tamara Katrina Sun
20 11
  Shirley
  Petersen
15 21 21 Bronze medal match
  Koo
  Wong
21 14 15
    Koo Kien Keat
  Wong Pei Tty
16 21 21   Saputra
  Yujia
21 21 21
    Hendra Wijaya
  Frances Liu Fan
21 11 11   Koo
  Wong
14 23 6

Mixed teamEdit

Semi-finalsEdit

Team one Team two Score
  England   India 3-2
  Malaysia   New Zealand 3-1

Bronze play-offEdit

FinalEdit

Mixed team preliminary matches were held on 16 March, 17 March, and 18 March. Finals were held on 19 March.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Results". Commonwealth Games Federation. Archived from the original on 2013-02-15. Retrieved 2016-02-04.
  2. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.

External linksEdit