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Asia grabs thrilling win Reuter ESSEN (l«t GerwaaayL Frt Asia crabbed a thrill tng ft-4 win over Europe la tbe flrsTinter-contiaee* badminton match played hare All England champs oo Laaa Jin of Cams beat Jem Peter><lerhoff li-9 IM *nd leak Sugiarto and Hadinata Christian boat Steoo Radberf aad Joaper Helledie

Swedes win top seeding at All England I Badminton Reuter LONDON. TUM SWEDISH pair Tomas Kihlstrom and Stefan Karlsson, currently the world's moit consistent team, have been named top seeds in the men's doubles at the All England badminton championships which begin here on March U Kihlstrom also wins top

Swie King out of All-England Reuter JAKARTA. Set INDONESIA'S badmin ton ace. Uem Swie King, the 1901 champion, will not be representing bis country in tbe All-Eng land championships in London this month because of aa injury, a spokesman for the Indonesian Badminton Association said today. Liana had been report

Swedes win top seeding at All England I Badminton Reuter LONDON, Tum SWEDISH pair Tomas Kihlitrom and Stefan Karlsaoa, cerrently Dm world's moat consilient team, have been named top seeds Is the men 's doebias at the All England hethntiHoii championships which begin here on March 12 Kihlstrom also wuh

ALL-ENGLAND RESULTS... Reuter RESULTS of all the quarter-final matches played in the All-Eng-land badminton championships at Wembley in London last night: Mea'i singles: Laaa Jkn (China) beat Jens-Pe-ter Nierhoff (Denmark) 15-9 15 3 Tian Bingyi (China) beat Nick Yates (England) 15-12 15-2; Morten Frost Haasea (Denmark) beat Philip Sutton (Wales)

INDONESIANS BACK IN WORLD RECKONING It feels great to have a champion In our region Badminton COMMENT BY KENNETH JALLEH WE salute Indonesia In exactly one Bit since it lost the Thomas Cup to ma Indonesia is back where it belongs up there, up where the world champions of badminton

Zhang leads six Chinese women into last eight Reuter LONDON, Fri SIX Chinese seeds led by defending champion Zhang Ailing paraded into the women's singles Quarter finals in life AllEngland Badminton Championships yester- day In another aweaome display of the power and depth of their squad, the Chinese women reached

China syndrome 4 THE government put alot Into badminton in China because they regard it as a national sport along with volleyball, handball, and A table tennis. s Chen Changjie All-England showing makes them envy of all LONDON, Mon. China's top badminton players live in what most Western sportsmen would

Koppen, Podger have early victories Badminti >n I Reuter COPENHAGEN, Tuesday TWO of Uw minor seeds, former champion Lea* Koppen of Denmark and Sally Podger of England had comfortable victories as the World Badminton Championships began acre today. Koppen, first winner of Use world Utle in 1977, beat Canadian Claire

Koppen, Podger have early victories B.Klmmti >r Reuter COPCNHAQCN, Tuesdey TWO of the minor seeds, former champion Lone Koppen of Denmark and Sally Podger of England, bad comfortable victories as the World Badminton Championships began here today. Koppen, first winner of the world Utle In 1977. boat Caaadiaa Clsire Backhouse

Prakash in semi-finals He proves too wily for Kurniawan TAIPEH, Sun. World No. 2 player Prakash Padukone, of India, called on all his experience to beat Indonesia's Eddy Kurniawan 11-15, 15-5, 15-3 m the quarterfinals of the Masters invitational badminton championships here last night. After losing a closelyfought first set

KOREANS AND ENGLISH CHALLENGE CHINESE Three unseeded women in last eight of Copenhagen tourney B.icJmmtc >n Reuter COPENHAGEN, Fn ONLY South Korean and English players remained in the way of the Chinese alter the battles for quarter final places hi Use women s singles at tho World Badminton fnamp<nisshina here

FROST AND THREE ASIANS IN LAST FOUR Badmint* >n LONDON, Sat MORTEN FROST of Denmark edged closer to Ilia second successive men s crown in the AllEngland badminton championships by reaching the semifinals last night, along with three Asians. Luan Jin aad Tian Bingyi of China and 1980 champion Prakash

CHINESE READY TO DOMINATE MEET I B.klp LESS than two years after it had joined the international badminton fraternity, China looks set to extend tta glow hog of the sport at the world champion ships here next week When the championships were last held in Jakarta three years ago, Indonesia

He demolishes Aussie 15-5, 15-1 SECOND maid Han Jinn of China staked hit claim for serious consider aUon at Um World Badminton Cham pinnshins yesterday by blitzing Dar ren McDonald of Australia 15 1 ia his opening match. The 2* year old Chiaasa, who skipped the All England champion shins

Frost faces China's 'secret weapon' in first round tie I B.kJm •f TEOH ENG TATT THE natal aarling feature of the seed hap for the world badrnlatow cham ptonahipe to ho hold In Copenhagen from May M ia that beaten All Eng land fkaaUot. Morten Pre* Hanaen of tkaa The

Indonesia's All-England hopes smashed LONDON, Thurs INDONESIA, the major power in men's badminton for many years, saw its hopes of winning the All England title obliter a ted in yesterday's opening games It has produced 11 of the past 15 title winners bat will go into the third round of

Han only Chinese to survive as team-mates fall 41 DIDN'T think I could beat him, but maybe he is not m good form now. I felt after getting to 9-0 m the first game that he was tiring because he was losing his accuracy. 7 Icuk Sugiarto THE national pride

SPORTS Face-saving save GOALKEEPER Peter Shilton denied Northern Ireland their first home win against England for 56 years in a goalless British soccer Championship clash in Belfast on Saturday night. More than that, his outstanding save was off an England defender, Graham Roberts, who came close to making his England

ICEMAN ARRIVES Indonesians unleash their secret weapon to stop Chinese Badmrnti <r COMMENT BY KENNETH JALLEH THE young man they call the Iceman has arrived He la 20-year-old Icuk Sugiarto, the new world Pedro inton raairapinn who, with compatriot Liem Skew King, has put ladoaasis oaths map again la ths

Chinese offer triple treat BATTLE ROYALE Han Jian (China) v Jens-Peter Nierhoff (Denmark), Chen Changjie (China) v liem Swie King (Indonesia), Lnan Jin (China) v Prakash Padnkone (India), Morten Frost (Denmark) v Icuk Sugiarto (Indonesia). COPENHAGEN, Fri. The all-conquer-ing Chinese army continued their relentless progress m the world badminton championships

Xu makes it a sad end for Koppen LONDON. Sat LENE KOPPEN of Denmark, who has graced the All-England badminton championships for the last 14 years, bade farewell to them last night in the saddest possible manner An 11-3 11-0 quarterfinal defeat by China's Xv Rong was as heavy a

BRIEFS INDONESIAN badminton ace Lfem Swfe King, the INI All-EMIMd chamjkm, win lead flic Mutr^ eight-player team at tm iateraatlOßal tewnuunent m Leadoa this m*atit. The ether players Im the team are leak So giarts, winner «f last yeartlai— twiaa Open, Dhaay Sartlka, Seriaa Wiryaato (all singles players), Kartoao, Heryanto,

Valerie turns the heat on rivals half her age... VALERIE ROBINSON oozes charm, but not the kind that drives men to do crazy things. At 43, she is the oldest woman hockey player m the World Cup tournament. And this is even more significant when one considers that more than

ICEMAN ARRIVES Indonesians unleash their secret weapon to stop Chinese f i. »i Iniint -r COMMENT BY KENNETH JALLEH THE young man they call the Iceman >- l J u_ nas amvwo. ne is aw*jUßsrwsn icus champion who, with compatriot Liem map again in thTworld championships in Copenhagen over the

A Chinese game of monopoly .-..but Frost aims to thaw the icy grip LONDON, Sat. China are dominating the singles events of the 1983 All-England badminton championships. While the women's title is already theirs they are occupying all four semi-final berths two of the men's singles semi-finalists are also Chinese,

MR SPORTS Ken Jalleh speaks to Mr E W Barker r l&- For well over a decade bow, they call aim Mr deny teat the name fits tike a gkwe? Singapore s Minister far Law. aad Laboar, too, has beea behind sport hi the ftepabuc so long E W Barker

Spring cleaning JANICE SEAH By THE committee have been given $560,000 for renovation. It's not much but we just have to work within the constraints. We'll do what we can with the amount we've been given. Tan Eng Yoon Fresh coat of paint is the order as work operates on

BEWARE THOSE IDLE BOASTS 4 SINGAPORE were lucky to have a headstart In squash In this region. This allowed us to remain at the top (in East Asia) for a number of years. But I'm afraid the advantages of holding this pole position areslowly being eroded. Eng Liang serves a

Making a sweep of sorts HOSTS like to get everything right before the arrival of their distinguished guests. Good for the image, (bad for the back), that sort of thing. Well, since January, national and private cleanup teams have been sweeping away the dust, redecorating the rooms and putting m