Édouard Clarisse (born 27 May 1972) is a retired badminton player from Mauritius, who started playing badminton in 1987, ending his career in March 2006 at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia.
|Birth name||Édouard Clarisse|
|Born||27 May 1972|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Weight||79 kg (174 lb; 12.4 st)|
Clarisse has participated three times in the Olympic Games (Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000). He has also been African champion three times in the men's singles (1992, 1994, 1998), also African champion in men's doubles and the team event in 2000.
Clarisse counts several participations at the World Championships and in the Thomas Cup. He has a total of nine gold medals at Indian Ocean Island Games, hence two in the Men's singles (1993 and 1998). With his 10 titles as Mauritius champion in the men's singles and almost as many in men's Doubles, he remains until now the most successful badminton player of this small island in the Indian Ocean. 2005 he won the Kenya International.
|2003||Indoor Sports Halls National Stadium,
|Stephan Beeharry|| Abimbola Odejoke
|–, –, –||Bronze|
|2000||Multi-Purpose Sports Hall, Bauchi, Nigeria||Ola Fagbemi||6–15, 3–15||Bronze|
|1998||Rose Hill, Mauritius||Johan Kleingeld||15–8, 15–5||Gold|
|1994||Rose Hill, Mauritius||Gold|
|1992||Rose Hill, Mauritius||Anton Kriel||11–15, 15–7, 15–10||Gold|
|2000||Multi-Purpose Sports Hall,
|Denis Constantin|| Dotun Akinsanya
|1992||Rose Hill, Mauritius||Gilles Allet|| Anton Kriel
|1991||Kenya International||Agarawu Tunde||17–14, 12–15, 12–15||Runner-up|
|2005||Kenya International||Amrita Sawaram|| Stephan Beeharry
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