Fung Permadi (simplified Chinese: 陈锋; traditional Chinese: 陳鋒; pinyin: Chén Fēng; born 30 December 1967 in Purwokerto, Indonesia) is a former male Chinese Indonesian badminton player. He was a singles specialist who played first for Indonesia and later for Chinese Taipei.

Fung Permadi
Personal information
Birth name陳鋒
CountryIndonesia (1990–1995)
Republic of China (Taiwan) (1995–2000)
Born (1967-12-30) 30 December 1967 (age 56)
Purwokerto, Indonesia
Height1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Men's singles
Highest ranking1
Medal record
Men's badminton
Representing  Chinese Taipei
World Championships
Silver medal – second place 1999 Copenhagen Men's singles
Asian Championships
Bronze medal – third place 1999 Kuala Lumpur Men's singles
Asia Cup
Bronze medal – third place 1997 Jakarta Men's team
East Asian Games
Gold medal – first place 1997 Busan Men's singles
Bronze medal – third place 1997 Busan Men's team
Representing  Indonesia
Asian Championships
Bronze medal – third place 1992 Kuala Lumpur Men's singles
Asian Cup
Bronze medal – third place 1991 Jakarta Men's singles
BWF profile

Career

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Though Permadi had demonstrated impressive ability by 1990, he was often passed over in selection for international play at a time when Indonesia had elite world class singles players such as Ardy Wiranata, Alan Budikusuma, Joko Suprianto, Hariyanto Arbi, and Hermawan Susanto. Moving to Taiwan in the middle of the decade, Permadi played perhaps his best badminton in the late 1990s, after his thirtieth birthday. He won a number of significant international titles (as shown by the chart below), and at thirty-one was runner-up to China's Sun Jun at the 1999 IBF World Championships. He competed for Chinese Taipei at the 2000 Summer Olympics in the badminton men's singles event.[1]

Coaching career

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He is currently the Head Coach for PB Djarum, Indonesia's most successful badminton club.

Achievements

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World Championships

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Men's singles

Year Venue Opponent Score Result
1999 Brøndby Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark   Sun Jun 6–15, 13–15   Silver

Asian Championships

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Men's singles

Year Venue Opponent Score Result
1992 Cheras Indoor Stadium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   Foo Kok Keong 15–11, 12–15, 12–15   Bronze
1999 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   Chen Hong 8–15, 15–9, 7–15   Bronze

Asian Cup

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Men's singles

Year Venue Opponent Score Result
1991 Istora Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia   Bambang Suprianto 7–15, 11–15   Bronze

East Asian Games

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Men's singles

Year Venue Opponent Score Result
1997 Pukyong National University Gymnasium, Busan, South Korea   Fumihiko Machida 18–13, 15–5   Gold

IBF World Grand Prix

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The World Badminton Grand Prix sanctioned by International Badminton Federation (IBF) from 1983 to 2006.

Men's singles

Year Tournament Opponent Score Result
1990 German Open   Jens Peter Nierhoff Walkover   Winner
1990 Canada Open   Bambang Suprianto 15–4, 15–2   Winner
1990 U.S. Open   Bambang Suprianto 15–10, 15–8   Winner
1991 Singapore Open   Bambang Suprianto 9–15, 8–15   Runner-up
1993 Swiss Open   Peter Knowles 15–11, 15–9   Winner
1993 Indonesia Open   Alan Budi Kusuma 10–15, 17–14, 4–15   Runner-up
1993 U.S. Open   Marleve Mainaky 8–15, 8–15   Runner-up
1995 Korea Open   Hariyanto Arbi 10–15, 6–15   Runner-up
1996 China Open   Luo Yigang 15–12, 15–9   Winner
1996 Hong Kong Open   Salim 15–12, 15–10   Winner
1996 World Grand Prix Finals   Sun Jun 15–12, 15–8   Winner
1998 U.S. Open   Bruce Flockhart 15–8, 15–5   Winner
1999 Korea Open   Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen 17–14, 15–6   Winner
1999 Chinese Taipei Open   Rashid Sidek 16–17, 15–6, 15–7   Winner
1999 Swiss Open   Marleve Mainaky 15–13, 15–0   Winner
1999 China Open   Dong Jiong 2–15, 7–15   Runner-up

References

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  1. ^ Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill; et al. "Permadi Fung". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Archived from the original on 3 December 2016.
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