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Israel International

  (Redirected from Hatzor International)

The Israel International in badminton is an international open held in Israel since 1975. It was held annually from 1975 to 1982, but between 1983 and 2005 the competition was held only twice (1990 and 1998). The competition was resumed in 2006 under a new name Hatzor International, after the club which host the event at Kibbutz Hatzor. Israeli National Badminton Championships started in 1977.

Previous winnersEdit

Year Men's singles Women's singles Men's doubles Women's doubles Mixed doubles
1975   Victor Yusim No competition   Victor Yusim
  Michael Schneidman
No competition
1976   Michael Schneidman   Tineke Hof   Tineke Hof
  Devora Geffen
No competition
1977   Victor Yusim   Eva Unglick   Eva Unglick
  Chaya Grunstein
1978   Chaya Grunstein   Chaya Grunstein
  Carole Silman
  Michael Rappaport
  Carole Silman
1979   Eva Unglick   Eva Unglick
  Chaya Grunstein
  Nissim Duk
  Eva Unglick
1980   Yitzhak Serrouya   Elka Kalb   Nissim Duk
  Yitzhak Serrouya
  Elka Kalb
  Irit Ben Shushan
  Michael Rappaport
  Eva Unglick
1981   Johann Ratheyser   Adelhid Losek   Johann Rathyser
  Gerard Hofegger
  Eva Unglick
  Irit Ben Shushan
  Johann Ratheyser
  Adelheid Losek
1982   Andrew Downes   Lisa Salmon   David Spurling
  Stuart Spurling
  Lisa Salmon
  J. Downes
  David Spurling
  H. Blake
1983
1989
No competition
1990   Stephane Renault   Christelle Mol   Ricardo Fernandes
  Marco Vasconcelos
  Christelle Mol
  Virginie Delvingt
  Stephane Renault
  Elodie Mansuy
1991
1997
No competition
1998   Aivaras Kvedarauskas   Svetlana Zilberman   Aivaras Kvedarauskas
  Nir Yusim
  Svetlana Zilberman
  Diana Koleva
  Leon Pugatch
  Svetlana Zilberman
1999
2005
No competition
2006   Petr Koukal   Maja Tvrdy   Luka Petric
  Mateuz Srekl
No competition   Luka Petric
  Maja Tvrdy
2007   Sho Sasaki   Tracey Hallam   Jochen Cassel
  Thomas Tesche
  Valeriy Atrashenkov
  Elena Prus
2008
2012
No competition
2013   Vladimir Malkov   Telma Santos   Vladimir Malkov
  Vadim Novoselov
  Olga Golovanova
  Viktoriia Vorobeva
  Vladimir Malkov
  Viktoriia Vorobeva
2014   Artem Pochtarev   Gennadiy Natarov
  Artem Pochtarev
No competition   Gennadiy Natarov
  Yuliya Kazarinova
2015   Sam Parsons   Zuzana Pavelkova   Alexander Bass
  Daniel Chislov
  Alina Pugach
  Yuval Pugach
  Ariel Shainski
  Krestina Silich
2016   Lukas Zevl   Ana Marija Setina   Yonathan Levit
  Ariel Shainski
  Irina Shorokhova
  Kristina Virvich
2017   Miha Ivanic   Anastasiia Semenova   Alexander Bass
  Shai Geffen
  Ksenia Evgenova
  Anastasiia Semenova
  Yonathan Levit
  Yulia Vasilyeva

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