1967 All England Badminton Championships

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1967 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates15 March 1967 (1967-03-15)
19 March 1967 (1967-03-19)
Edition57th
VenueWembley Arena
LocationLondon
← < 1966 1968 > →

The 1967 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at Wembley Arena, London, England from 15–19 March 1967.[1]

Final results[edit]

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles Denmark Erland Kops Malaysia Tan Aik Huang 15-12, 15-10
Women's singles United States Judy Hashman Japan Noriko Takagi 5-11, 11-8, 12-10
Men's doubles Denmark Henning Borch & Erland Kops Denmark Per Walsoe & Svend Andersen Pri 15-8, 15-12
Women's doubles Netherlands Imre Rietveld & Denmark Ulla Strand United States Judy Hashman & England Janet Brennan 11-15, 15-8, 15-4
Mixed doubles Denmark Svend Andersen Pri & Ulla Strand Denmark Per Walsoe & Pernille Mølgaard Hansen 15-2, 15-10

Men's singles[edit]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Denmark Erland Kops + 15 15
Thailand Sila Ulao 3 4 Denmark Kops 15 15
West Germany Friedhelm Wulff 15 15 West Germany Wulff 3 4
England Bill Andrew 2 6 Denmark Kops 15 15
Sweden Sture Johnsson + 15 15 Sweden Johnsson S 3 6
Netherlands Huub Van Ginneken 12 1 Sweden Johnsson S 15 15
England Ray Sharp 15 15 England Sharp 11 4
England G Deakin 1 10 Denmark Kops 15 15
Singapore Lee Kin Tat 15 15 Singapore Kin Tat 4 4
United States Wynn Rogers 4 4 Singapore Kin Tat 9 18 15
Sweden Kurt Johnsson 15 15 Sweden Johnsson K 15 13 7
India Dinesh Khanna + 10 9 Singapore Kin Tat 15 7 17
Denmark Tom Bacher 15 15 Denmark Bacher 13 17 15
England S Woodley 6 10 Denmark Bacher 15 18
England Roger Mills 15 15 England Mills 3 17
Denmark Klaus Kaagaard 5 12

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
Malaysia Tan Aik Huang + 15 15
Denmark Morten Pommergaard 7 4 Malaysia Aik Huang 15 15
England Paul Whetnall 15 18 England Whetnall 4 5
England David Horton 3 17 Malaysia Aik Huang 15 15
Thailand Sangob Rattanusorn 15 15 Thailand Rattanusorn 9 2
England John Stanford 3 4 Thailand Rattanusorn 15 15
South Africa Alan Parsons + 15 18 South Africa Parsons 9 1
Denmark Elo Hansen 13 17 Malaysia Aik Huang 15 7 15
Denmark Henning Borch 15 18 Denmark Borch 6 15 10
West Germany Wolfgang Bochow + 7 16 Denmark Borch 15 15
England Brian White 15 15 England White 7 3
England N White 7 3 Denmark Borch 15 15
England Colin Beacom 15 15 England Beacom 4 3
Denmark John Kickebye 6 10 England Beacom 10 15 15
Sweden Willy Lund 15 15 Sweden Lund 15 9 1
India Gautam Thakkar 11 10

Women's singles[edit]

Section 1[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
=1 United States Judy Hashman 11 11
Netherlands Margot Ter Metz 0 1 United States Hashman 11 11
Denmark Lizbeth von Barnekow 11 11 Denmark Von Barnekov 2 5
Scotland Muriel Ferguson 1 7 United States Hashman 11 11
West Germany Marieluise Wackerow + 11 11 West Germany Wackerow 3 0
Denmark Marianne Svensson 2 0 West Germany Wackerow 11 11
Netherlands Agnes Geene 11 11 Netherlands Geene 2 2
England Phyllis Kirkwood 6 4 United States Hashman 11 11
Denmark Ulla Strand + 11 11 Denmark Strand 4 6
England E Hamilton 5 2 Denmark Strand 11 11
Japan Hiroe Amano 11 11 Japan Amano 4 4
England P M Andrew 5 0 Denmark Strand 2 12 11
Netherlands Imre Rietveld 11 11 Netherlands Rietveld 11 10 71
England A C Darlington 4 6 Netherlands Rietveld 11 11
Netherlands Felice De Nooyer 2 11 12 Netherlands De Nooyer 3 2
England Gillian Perrin 11 8 10

Section 2[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals
=1 Japan Noriko Takagi 11 11
New Zealand Sonya Cox 1 0 Japan Takagi 11 11
Denmark Lonny Funch 11 11 Denmark Funch 2 0
England Margaret Boxall 7 5 Japan Takagi 11 11
Sweden Eva Twedberg + 11 11 Sweden Twedberg 9 6
Netherlands Marja Ridder 2 4 Sweden Twedberg 11 11
South Africa Ann Smith w/o South Africa Smith 2 0
Thailand Pratuang Pattabongse Japan Takagi 11 11
West Germany Irmgard Latz + 11 11 West Germany Latz 7 2
England Sue Pound 0 6 West Germany Latz 11 11
England Julie Charles 11 11 England Charles 1 2
Republic of Ireland Yvonne Kelly 4 0 West Germany Latz 12 11
Denmark Pernille Mølgaard Hansen w/o Denmark Molegaard-Hansen 9 2
India Sunila Apte Denmark Molegaard-Hansen 12 7 11
=3 England Angela Bairstow 11 11 England Bairstow 9 11 9
South Africa Wilma Prade 0 2

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