Monday, 7 August 2000

Badminton - Rio 2016 Olympics


Medals: 

  • Denmark
    • Silver
      • Women's Doubles
    • Bronze
      • Men's Single (Viktor Axelsen)
  • Great Britain 
    • Bronze
      • Men's Doubles
  • Spain 
    • Gold
      • Women's Single (Carolina Marín) 


Day 6   (Thursday 11th)
Men's Singles -  Group Round
  • Great Britain (Rajiv Ouseph) vs. Czech Republic
    • Great Britain won 
  • Denmark (Viktor Axelsen) vs. Thailand
    • Denmark won 
Men's Doubles -  Group Round
  • Great Britain vs. Denmark
    • Denmark won
Women's Singles -  Group Round
  • Spain (Carolina Marín) vs. Finland
    • Spain won 
  • Great Britain (Kirsty Gilmour) vs. Switzerland
    • Great Britain won
  • Belgium (Lianne Tan) vs. USA
    • USA won
Women's Doubles -  Group Round
  • Netherlands vs. Thailand
    • Netherlands won
  • Denmark vs. China
    • China won
  • Great Britain vs. Malaysia 
    • Malaysia won
Mixed Doubles -  Group Round
  • Great Britain vs. China
    • China won
  • Denmark vs. Poland
    • Denmark won
  • Netherlands vs. Japan
    • Japan won
Day 7   (Friday 12th)
Men's Singles -  Group Round
  • Denmark (Jan Ø. Jørgensen) vs. Estonia 
    • Denmark won 
Men's Doubles -  Group Round
  • Great Britain vs. South Korea
    • Great Britain won
  • Denmark vs. Poland
    • Denmark won
Women's Singles -  Group Round
  • Denmark (Line Kjærsfeldt) vs. Finland
    • Denmark won
  • Belgium (Lianne Tan) vs. China
    • China won
Women's Doubles -  Group Round
  • Netherlands vs. India
    • Netherlands won
  • Denmark vs. USA
    • Denmark won
  • Great Britain vs. Indonesia
    • Indonesia won
Mixed Doubles -  Group Round
  • Great Britain vs. Denmark 
    • Great Britain won
  • Netherlands vs. South Korea
    • South Korea won
Day 8   (Saturday 13th)
Men's Singles -  Group Round
  • Belgium (Yuhan Tan) vs. Israel
    • Israel won 
  • Spain (Pablo Abián) vs. Bruni 
    • Spain won 
  • Sweden (Henri Hurskainen) vs. Mexico
    • Sweden won 
Men's Doubles -  Group Round
  • Great Britain vs. Poland
    • Great Britain won
  • Denmark vs. South Korea
    • South Korea won
Women's Singles -  Group Round
  • Spain (Carolina Marín) vs. Denmark (Line Kjærsfeldt)
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    • Spain won 
Women's Doubles -  Group Round
  • Netherlands vs. Japan
    • Japan won
  • Denmark vs. South Korea
    • Denmark won
  • Great Britain vs. Hong Kong
    • Great Britain won
Mixed Doubles -  Group Round
  • Great Britain vs. Poland
    • Poland won
  • Denmark vs. China
    • China won
  • Netherlands vs. USA
    • Netherlands won
Day 9   (Sunday 14th)
Men's Singles -  Group Round
  • Belgium (Yuhan Tan) vs. Chinese Taipei 
    • Chinese Taipei won 
  • Spain (Pablo Abián) vs. Hong Kong
    • Hong Kong won 
  • Denmark (Jan Ø. Jørgensen) vs. France
    • Denmark won 
  • Sweden (Henri Hurskainen) vs. India 
    • India won 
  • Great Britain (Rajiv Ouseph) vs. Japan
    • Great Britain won 
  • Denmark (Viktor Axelsen) vs. South Korea
    • Denmark won 
Women's Singles -  Group Round
  • Great Britain (Kirsty Gilmour) vs. Bulgaria 
    • Bulgaria won 
  • Belgium (Lianne Tan) vs. Portugal 
    • Belgium won
Day 10 (Monday 15th)
Men's Singles -  1/16 Round
  • Denmark (Jan Ø. Jørgensen) vs. India
    • India won
  • Denmark (Viktor Axelsen) vs. Ireland 
  • Great Britain (Rajiv Ouseph) vs. Indonesia 
    • Great Britain won 
Men's Doubles -  Quarter Finals
  • Great Britain vs. Japan
    • Great Britain won 
Women's Doubles -  Quarter Finals
  • Denmark vs. South Korea
    • Denmark won
  • Netherlands vs. South Korea
    • South Korea won
Day 11 (Tuesday 16th)
Men's Doubles -  Semi-Finals
  • Great Britain vs. China
    • China won
Women's Singles -  Quarter Finals
  • Spain (Carolina Marín) vs. South Korea
    • Spain won
Women's Doubles -  Semi-Finals
  • Denmark vs. China
    • China won
Day 12 (Wednesday 17th)
Men's Singles -  Quarter Finals
  • Great Britain (Rajiv Ouseph) vs. Denmark (Viktor Axelsen)
    • Denmark won 2-0
Day 13 (Thursday 18th)
Men's Doubles -  Bronze Finals
  • Great Britain vs. China
    • Great Britain won, Finished 3rd, won Bronze
Women's Singles -  Semi-Finals
  • Spain (Carolina Marín) vs. China
    • Spain won 2-0
Women's Doubles -  Finals
  • Denmark vs. Japan
    • Japan won 2-1, Denmark Finished 2nd, Won Silver
Day 14 (Friday 19th)
Men's Singles -  Semi-Finals
  •  Denmark (Viktor Axelsen) vs. China
    • China won 2-0
Women's Singles -  Finals
  • Spain (Carolina Marín) vs. India
    • Spain won 2-1, Finished 1st, won Gold
Day 15 (Saturday 20th)
Men's Singles -  Bronze Finals
  •  Denmark (Viktor Axelsen) vs. China
    • Denmark won 2-1, Finished 3rd, won Bronze



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