Ray Stevens (badminton)
|Born||23 June 1951(age 70)|
In 1977 Stevens won a bronze medal in the World Championships in men's doubles. He is also won nine medals in the European Badminton Championships, including two gold medals in men's doubles. He was also twice a runnerup in men's doubles at the prestigious All-England Championships with longtime partner Mike Tredgett.
In 1981 Stevens set a new record by winning his fifth English National Badminton Championships singles title  The record stood until 1993 when his cousin Darren Hall won his sixth of ten titles.
|1977||Malmö Isstadion, Malmö, Sweden||Mike Tredgett|| Ade Chandra
|1981||Canada Open||Thomas Kihlström|| Martin Dew
|1||Men's doubles||1976||Dublin, IRE|
|1||Men's doubles||1978||Preston, ENG|
|2||Men's singles||1982||Böblingen, GER|
|3||Men's singles||1972||Karlskrona, SWE|
|3||Men's doubles||1974||Vienna, AUT|
|3||Men's singles||1978||Preston, ENG|
|3||Men's doubles||1982||Böblingen, GER|
|2||Men's doubles (with Mike Tredgett)||1974||Christchurch, NZL|
|1||Men's doubles (with Mike Tredgett)||1978||Edmonton, CAN|
|2||Men's doubles||1972, 1980||All England|
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