Badminton at the Deaflympics

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Badminton tournaments at the Deaflympics are organized since 1985.

Medalists[edit]

Year Event 1. 2. 3.
1985 Women's doubles New Zealand Carolyn Hamilin
New Zealand Janet Watt
New Zealand Pamela Fay Croskery
New Zealand Penny Went
United Kingdom Fiona Wilson
United Kingdom Linda Durno
Women's singles Norway Bente Andersen United Kingdom Fiona Rosie United Kingdom Fiona Wilson
Men's doubles United Kingdom Rodney Fletcher
United Kingdom Martin Lawrence Bogard
United Kingdom Richard Boswell
United Kingdom Alan Bridson
Sweden Janne Ågren
Sweden Yngve Ingvarsson
Men's singles United Kingdom Rodney Fletcher United Kingdom Martin Lawrence Bogard Denmark Jørn Elmer
Mixed doubles United Kingdom Rodney Fletcher
United Kingdom Fiona Wilson
United Kingdom Martin Lawrence Bogard
United Kingdom Fiona Rosie
United Kingdom Richard Boswell
United Kingdom Linda Durno
1989 Women's doubles United Kingdom Andrea Mary Elizabeth Lang
United Kingdom Fiona Wilson
New Zealand Pamela Fay Croskery
New Zealand Penny Went
New Zealand Gillian Faye Ramsay
New Zealand Christine J. Ryder
Women's singles Norway Bente Andersen Denmark Karin Arboe Jensen United Kingdom Andrea Mary Elizabeth Lang
Men's doubles India Rajeev Bagga
India Sandeep Singh Dhillon
United Kingdom Nicholas Cole Warnock
United Kingdom John Kenneth Lilley
United Kingdom Rodney Fletcher
United Kingdom Martin Lawrence Bogard
Men's singles England Rajeev Bagga England Sandeep Singh Dhillon Sweden Janne Ågren
Mixed doubles United Kingdom Rodney Fletcher
United Kingdom Fiona Wilson
United Kingdom Martin Lawrence Bogard
United Kingdom Andrea Mary Elizabeth Lang
United Kingdom John Kenneth Lilley
Denmark Malka Bogard
1993 Women's doubles Denmark Karin Arboe Jensen
Denmark Birgitte Worsøe Nielsen
United Kingdom Andrea Mary Elizabeth Hardwick
United Kingdom Angela Nicola Sterne
United Kingdom Lesley Newby
United Kingdom Fiona Wilson
Women's singles Denmark Karin Arboe Jensen Norway Bente Andersen Sweden Marie Karlsson
Men's doubles India Rajeev Bagga
India Sandeep Singh Dhillon
Netherlands Leon Vis
Netherlands Rudo Rijken
United Kingdom Martin Lawrence Bogard
United Kingdom John Kenneth Lilley
Men's singles India Rajeev Bagga Malaysia Teh Cheang Hock India Sandeep Singh Dhillon
Mixed doubles India Rajeev Bagga
India Panna M. Kapadia
Malaysia Teh Cheang Hock
Malaysia Tan Seok Kean
Sweden Janne Ågren
Sweden Marie Karlsson
Team  India (Rajeev Bagga, Sandeep Singh Dhillon, Samir Kesarinath Chogle, Dynanda Gajanan Date, Panna M. Kapadia, Girish Pai, Rajinishree Prem Thota)  Netherlands (Hans Bakker, Elles Michels, Rudo Rijken, Casparina van Beek, Nancy van Beek, Leon Vis)  Denmark (Karin Arboe Jensen, Birgitte Worsøe Nielsen, Micheal Borup Jensen, Jannich Tanghus Andersen, Jens Bertelsen, Henrik Roar Hansen)
1997 Women's doubles United Kingdom Susanah Storey
United Kingdom Lesley Newby
Germany Saskia Wummelsdorf
Germany Elke Gerstner
Switzerland Ursula Brunner
Switzerland Silvia Weibel
Women's singles Germany Saskia Wummelsdorf India Ranjini Ramanujam South Korea Park Hae-Yeon
Men's doubles India Rajeev Bagga
India Sandeep Singh Dhillon
Denmark Jannich Tanghus Andersen
Denmark Jesper Vingum Jensen
Japan Tomofumi Kobori
Japan Takaaki Miyatake
Men's singles India Rajeev Bagga Denmark Jannich Tanghus Andersen India Sandeep Singh Dhillon
Mixed doubles Denmark Jannich Tanghus Andersen
Denmark Birgitte Worsøe Nielsen
Netherlands Leon Vis
Netherlands Elles Michels
United Kingdom Martin Lawrence Bogard
United Kingdom Lesley Newby
Team  India (Rajeev Bagga, Sandeep Singh Dhillon, Ranjini Ramanujam, Sonu Anand Sharma, Rohit Bhaker, Gaurav Muchhal)  United Kingdom (Martin Lawrence Bogard, Christopher Sacre, Carl Sadler, Janet Margaret Thomson, Lesley Newby, Susanah Storey, David Ingham, Rita Murdock)  Denmark (Connie Apitzsch, Birgitte Worsøe Nielsen, Charlotte Bjerg Jensen, Jannich Tanghus Andersen, Jesper Vingum Jensen, Søren Glad Jørgensen, Henrik Roar Hansen)
2001 Women's doubles South Korea Jeong Seon-hwa
South Korea Park Hae-yeon
Japan Teruyo Haga
Japan Mari Ishii
United Kingdom Andrea Mary Elizabeth Hardwick
United Kingdom Lesley Holdsworth
Women's singles Japan Mari Ishii South Korea Jeong Seon-hwa Lithuania Kristina Dovidaityte
Men's doubles India Rajeev Bagga
India Sandeep Singh Dhillon
Malaysia Teh Cheang Hock
Malaysia Mar Meng Wan
South Korea Lee Jong-bong
South Korea Sin Hyun-woo
Men's singles India Rajeev Bagga Malaysia Teh Cheang Hock South Korea Lee Jong-bong
Mixed doubles India Rajeev Bagga
India Kashmira Joglekar
South Korea Sin Hyun-woo
South Korea Jeong Seon-hwa
Japan Tomofumi Kobori
Japan Mari Ishii
Team  South Korea (Lee Sang-In, Yoo Young-Jin, Yu Eun Kyung, Lee Jong-bong, Sin Hyun-woo, Jeong Seon-hwa, Park Hae-yeon)  Malaysia (Teh Cheang Hock, Mar Meng Wan, Wu Wai Loon, Yeo Kok Fang, Artika Suraya Ayub, Foo Chiew Phing)  Japan (Teruyo Haga, Mari Ishii, Takaaki Miyatake, Tomofumi Kobori)
2005 Women's doubles Japan Mari Ishii
Japan Mika Hiwatari
South Korea Jeong Seon-hwa
South Korea Park Hae-yeon
Lithuania Jevgenija Novik
Lithuania Kristina Dovidaityte
Women's singles Lithuania Kristina Dovidaityte South Korea Jeong Seon-hwa South Korea Park Hae-yeon
Men's doubles India Rajeev Bagga
India Sandeep Singh Dhillon
South Korea Lee Jong-bong
South Korea Sin Hyun-woo
Russia Artemy Mikhailovich Karpov
Russia Mikhail Alexandrovich Efremov
Men's singles India Rajeev Bagga Thailand Nattachai Unsomsri India Rohit Bhaker
Mixed doubles South Korea Sin Hyun-woo
South Korea Jeong Seon-hwa
Lithuania Tomas Dovidaityte
Lithuania Kristina Dovidaityte
Russia Artemy Mikhailovich Karpov
Russia Alena Igorevna Pavlova
Team  South Korea (Bak Eun-Jeong, Lee Jong-bong, Sin Hyun-woo, Jeong Seon-hwa, Park Hae-yeon, Woo Ji-soo)  Germany (Helga Diesslin, Saskia Fischer, Rainer Martin Gebauer, Elke Gerstner, Svenja Klopp, Michael Thomas, Oliver Witte)  India (Rajeev Bagga, Sandeep Singh Dhillon, Payel Ghosh, Rajinishree Prem Thota, Ranjini Ramanujam, Rohit Bhaker, Gaurav Muchhal, Joyashree Sarkar)
2009 Women's doubles South Korea Yu Eun-kyung
South Korea Jeong Seon-hwa
Russia Olga Andreevna Shtayger
Russia Alena Igorevna Soboleva
China Wang Meng
China Zhang Yi
Women's singles Bulgaria Gergana Stoyanova Baramova China Wang Meng Lithuania Kristina Dovidaityte
Men's doubles Russia Artemy Mikhailovich Karpov
Russia Mikhail Alexandrovich Efremov
Malaysia Yeo Kok Fang
Malaysia Teh Cheang Hock
South Korea Lee Jong-bong
South Korea Sin Hyun-woo
Men's singles Russia Artemy Mikhailovich Karpov England Rajeev Bagga China Lu Guangyao
Mixed doubles South Korea Sin Hyun-woo
South Korea Jeong Seon-hwa
Russia Artemy Mikhailovich Karpov
Russia Alena Igorevna Soboleva
Japan Tomofumi Kobori
Japan Mari Ishii
Team  South Korea (Arum Joung, Choi Jin-woo, Yu Eun-kyung, Lee Jong-bong, Jung Sun-ho, Sin Hyun-woo, Jeong Seon-hwa, Kim Sung-hee)  Russia (Valery Valeryevich Antonov, Mikhail Alexandrovich Efremov, Artemy Mikhailovich Karpov, Olga Andreevna Shtayger, Alena Igorevna Soboleva)  Lithuania (Tomas Dovidaityte, Ignas Reznikas, Kristina Dovidaityte, Kazimieras Dauskurtas, Emilija Mateikaite, Viktorija Novik)

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