Giraldilla International

The Giraldilla International is the name of an international badminton tournament, which is organized as an open championship of Cuba. The competition is held annually since 2000 and is now a young supraregional Badminton Championship. The organizer was the Cuban Badminton Association ( "Federación Cubana de Badminton") in cooperation with the Badminton Pan Am continental federation.

At 2013, the tournament was classified as "Future Series" by the Badminton World Federation (BWF), since the fifteenth event in March 2014 Giraldilla classified as "International Series" level, which held on to win the tournament before $1,700 now $2,500 points for the world ranking will be credited.[1]

The tournament is named after the unofficial symbol of the city of Havana, "La Giraldilla" is a bronze weathervane in female figure on the oldest fortress of the city, the Castillo de la Real Fuerza. Until XIII, Giraldilla 2012 which was held in Pinar del Río, Havana is the host city of the tournament.

The XVI edition held in March 2015 at Havana. Registration of participants is carried out in each case solely on the WBF. On the players who reach at least the semi-finals, a staggered by ranking prize pool of currently $5,000 will be paid.[2]

Previous winnersEdit

Year Men's singles Women's singles Men's doubles Women's doubles Mixed doubles
2000   Richard Vaughan   Takako Ida   Keita Masuda
  Tadashi Ohtsuka
  Satomi Igawa
  Hiroko Nagamine
  Norio Imai
  Chikako Nakayama
2001   Shōji Satō   Dayanis Álvarez   Shōji Satō
  Sho Sasaki
  Isaura Medina
  Yudielis Lazo
  Oscar Pérez
  Yudielis Lazo
2002   Li Yong Ying   Christian Bernhard
  Cristiano Bevilacqua
  Dunia Bencomo
  Yudielis Lazo
  Lázaro Yonier Jerez
  Dayanis Álvarez
2003   Sho Sasaki   Xu Huaiwen   Wouter Claes
  Frédéric Mawet
  Yoshiko Iwata
  Miyuki Tai
  Takanori Aoki
  Miyuki Tai
2004   Yuichi Ikeda   Isaura Medina   Yunier Álvarez
  Alexander Hernández
  Leydi E. Mora
  Isaura Medina
  Ilian Perez
  Solángel Guzmán
2005   Toby Honey   Agnese Allegrini   José Antonio Crespo
  Nicolás Escartín
  Helen Nichol
  Charmaine Reid
  José Antonio Crespo
  Yoana Martínez
2006   Pablo Abian   Ilian Perez
  Lázaro Yonier
  Solángel Guzmán
  Isuara Medina
  Yunier Álvarez
  Isuara Medina
2007   Lenaic Luong
  Nabil Lasmari
  Solángel Guzmán
  Leydi Edith Mora
  Klaus Raffeiner
  Agnese Allegrini
2008   Yuhan Tan   Solángel Guzmán   Alexander Hernández
  Osleni Guerrero
  Solángel Guzmán
  Lisandra Suárez
  Osleni Guerrero
  Lisandra Suárez
2009   Ari Trisnanto   Rizki Yanu Kresnayandi
  Albert Saputra
  Alexander Hernández
  María L. Hernández
2010   Osleni Guerrero   Anida Lestari   Berry Angriawan
  Muhammad Ulinnuha
  Ni Made Claudia
  Aurien Hudiono
  Berry Angriawan
  Ni Made Claudia
2011   Arief Gifar Ramadhan   Putri Muthia Restu Pangersa   Berry Angriawan
  Christopher Rusdianto
  Dwi Agustiawati
  Ayu Rahmasari
  Christopher Rusdianto
  Dwi Agustiawati
2012   Osleni Guerrero   Cristina Aicardi   Ernesto Reyes
  Ronald Toledo
  Daniela Macías
  Luz María Zornoza
  Luis Camacho
  Johanny Quintero
2013   Camila García   Jan Frohlich
  Zdenek Svata
  Camila García
  Danica Nishimura
  Lino Muñoz
  Cynthia González
2014   Jan Frohlich   Jeanine Cicognini   Jonathan Solis
  Rodolfo Ramírez
  Danica Nishimura
  Luz María Zornoza
  Osleni Guerrero
  Tahimara Oropeza
2015   Osleni Guerrero   Ebru Tunali   Giovanni Greco
  Rosario Maddaloni
  Cemre Fere
  Ebru Yazgan
  Mario Cuba
  Katherine Winder
2016   Elisabeth Baldauf   Leodannis Martinez
  Ernesto Reyes
  Daniela Macias
  Luz Maria Zornoza
  David Obernosterer
  Elisabeth Baldauf
2017   Laura Sarosi   Osleni Guerrero
  Leodannis Martínez
  Laura Sarosi
  Mariana Ugalde
  Leodannis Martínez
  Tahimara Oropeza
2018   Xiaodong Sheng   Crystal Pan   Thalia Mengana Marrero
  Tahimara Oropeza
  Osleni Guerrero
  Adriana Artiz Ataury
2019   Job Castillo   Jordan Hart   Jose Guevara
  Daniel La Torre Regal
  Daniela Macias
  Danica Nishimura
  Mario Cuba
  Daniela Macias

Performances by nationEdit

Updated after the 2019 edition.

Rank Nation MS WS MD WD XD Total
1   Cuba 6 5 7 8 9 35
2   Indonesia 2 2 3 2 2 11
3   Japan 3 1 2 2 2 10
  Peru 2 1 5 2 10
5   Italy 1 4 2 1 8
6   Spain 2 1 1 4
7   Mexico 1 0.5 1 2.5
8   Austria 1 1 2
  Belgium 1 1 2
  Canada 1 1 2
  Czech Republic 1 1 2
  Turkey 1 1 2
  Wales 1 1 2
14   Hungary 1 0.5 1.5
15   England 1 1
  France 1 1
  Germany 1 1
  Guatemala 1 1
  United States 1 1
  Venezuela 1 1
Total 20 20 20 20 20 100

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Torneo Internacional Giraldilla". www.ecured.cu/. Retrieved 3 August 2016.
  2. ^ "XVI Giraldilla 2015". Badminton World Federation. Retrieved 3 August 2016.

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