Badminton at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Women's Doubles

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29 pairs from 20 nations competed in women's doubles.

Results[edit]

Women's doubles round of 32[edit]

winners in bold, medallists highlighted in the color of their medal

Hwang Hye-young & Chung So-young, Korea () Bye
Harumi Kohara & Hisuko Mizui, Japan (15-6, 15-12) Linda French & Joy Kitzmiller, United States
Julie Bradbury & Gillian Clark, Great Britain (15-10, 4-15, 17-15) Erma Sulistianingsih & Rosiana Tendean, Indonesia
Katrin Schmidt & Kerstin Ubben, Germany (15-7, 15-9) Andrea Dako & Csilla Forian, Hungary
Lin Yan Fen & Yao Fen, China () Bye
Kimiko Jinnai & Hisako Mori, Japan (14-18, 18-14, 10-2) Pernille Dupont & Grete Mogensen, Denmark
Bożena Bąk & Wioletta Wilk, Poland (17-16, 15-8) Emilia Dimitrova & Nely Nedjalkova, Bulgaria
Anna Lao & Rhonda Cator, Australia (15-3, 15-6) Silvia Albrech & Bettina Villars, Switzerland
Tomomi Matsuo & Kyoko Sasage, Japan (15-1, 15-2) Diana Filipova & Diana Koleva, Bulgaria
Finarsih & Lili Tampi, Indonesia (15-1, 15-9) Bożena Haracz & Beata Syta, Poland
Mulasar & Sansani, Thailand (18-15, 15-5) Martine de Souza & Vandanah Seesurun, Mauritius
Gil Young-ah & Shim Eun-jung, Korea (15-4, 15-2) Tammy Jenkins & Rhona Robertson, New Zealand
Catrine Bengtsson & Maria Bengtsson, Sweden (15-10, 7-15, 15-8) Eline Coene & Erica van den Heuvel, Netherlands
Gillian Gowers & Sara Sankey, Great Britain (15-10, 9-15, 15-12) Virginie Delvingt & Christelle Mol, France
Lisbet Stuer-Lauridsen & Marlene Thomsen, Denmark (15-7, 15-7) Denyse Julien & Doris Piche, Canada
Guan Weizhen & Nong Qunhua, China () Bye

Women's doubles round of 16[edit]

winners in bold, medallists highlighted in the color of their medal

Hwang Hye Young & Chung So-Young, Korea (15-11, 15-2) Harumi Kohara & Hisuko Mizui, Japan
Julie Bradbury & Gillian Clark, Great Britain (18-14, 15-5) Katrin Schmidt & Kerstin Ubben, Germany
Lin Yan Fen & Yao Fen, China (15-7, 15-6) Kimiko Jinnai & Hisako Mori, Japan
Anna Lao & Rhonda Cator, Australia (15-3, 15-12) Bożena Bąk & Wioletta Wilk, Poland
Finarsih & Lili Tampi, Indonesia (15-11, 15-8) Tomomi Matsuo & Kyoko Sasage, Japan
Gil Young Ah & Shim Eun-jung, Korea (15-8, 15-6) Mulasar & Sansani, Thailand
Catrine Bengtsson & Maria Bengtsson, Sweden (15-8, 15-8) Gillian Gowers & Sara Sankey, Great Britain
Guan Weizhen & Nong Qunhua, China (15-3, 15-12) Lisbet Stuer-Lauridsen & Marlene Thomsen, Denmark

Women's doubles quarterfinals[edit]

winners in bold, medallists highlighted in the color of their medal

Hwang Hye Young & Chung So-Young, Korea (15-5, 15-5) Julie Bradbury & Gillian Clark, Great Britain
Lin Yan Fen & Yao Fen, China (18-13, 15-5) Anna Lao & Rhonda Cator, Australia
Gil Young Ah & Shim Eun-jung, Korea (15-8, 15-3) Finarsih & Lili Tampi, Indonesia
Guan Weizhen & Nong Qunhua, China (15-4, 15-9) Catrine Bengtsson & Maria Bengtsson, Sweden

Women's doubles semifinals[edit]

winners in bold, medallists highlighted in the color of their medal

Hwang Hye Young & Chung So-Young, Korea (15-9, 15-8) Lin Yan Fen & Yao Fen, China
Guan Weizhen & Nong Qunhua, China (15-12, 2-15, 15-8) Gil Young Ah & Shim Eun-jung, Korea

Women's doubles finals[edit]

winners in bold, medallists highlighted in the color of their medal

Hwang Hye Young & Chung So-Young, Korea (18-16, 12-15, 15-13) Guan Weizhen & Nong Qunhua, China

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