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Badminton Qualification for Summer Olympic Games 2016

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MantaRaymarc    25

Badminton Qualification for Summer Olympic Games 2016

Qualifiying Timeline

EVENT DATE STATUS
2016 Final BWF Olympic Ranking 05.05.2016 Completed

 

EVENTS

5 (2+2+01)

Men's 2

  • Men's Singles
  • Men's Doubles

Women's 2

  • Women's Singles
  • Women's Doubles

Mixed 1

  • Mixed Doubles

 

 

QUALIFICATION SYSTEM

http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=529944&dl=1

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Griff88    104

Men's Singles:

1. :CHN Chen Long

2. :MAS Lee Chong Wei

3. :CHN Lin Dan

4. :DEN Viktor Axelsen

5. :DEN Jan O. Jorgensen

6. :TPE Chou Tien-chen

7. :INA Tommy Sugiarto

8. :KOR Son Wan-ho

9. :GER Marc Zwiebler

10. :HKG Angus Ng Ka Long

11. :IND Kidambi Srikanth

12. :HKG Hu Yun

13. :GBR Rajiv Ouseph

14. :KOR Lee Dong-keun

15. :THA Boonsak Ponsana

16. :JPN Sho Sasaki

17. :VIE Nguyen Tien Minh

18. :ESP Pablo Abian

19. :FRA Brice Leverdez

20. :EST Raul Must

21. :GUA Kevin Cordon

22. :SWE Henri Hurskainen

23. :BEL Yuhan Tan

24. :RUS Vladimir Malkov

25. :POL Adrian Dziolko

26. :ISR Misha Zilberman

27. :CUB Osleni Guerrero

28. :IRL Scott Evans

29. :UKR Artem Pochtarev

30. :BRA Ygor Coelho de Oliveira

31. :SIN Derek Wong

32. :USA Howard Shu

33. :POR Pedro Martins

34. :AUT David Obernosterer - Unused Doubles Quota

35. :CAN Martin Giuffre - Unused Doubles Quota

36.:CZE Petr Koukal - Unused Host Quota

37. :RSA Jacob Maliekal - CR: Africa

38. :AUS Ashwant Gobinathan - CR:Oceania (Austalia got 4 quotas by CR (only 2 allowed), if MS is not chosen :NZL Dylan Soedjasa will take it)

 

Edited by Griff88

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Griff88    104

Women's Singles:

1. :ESP Carolina Marin

2. :THA Ratchanok Intanon

3. :CHN Li Xuerui

4. :CHN Wang Yihan

5. :JPN Nozomi Okuhara

6. :KOR Sung Ji-hyun

7. :IND Saina Nehwal

8. :TPE Tai Tzu-ying

9. :IND P.V. Sindhu

10. :JPN Akane Yamaguchi

11. :KOR Bae Yeon-ju

12. :THA Porntip Buranaprasertsuk

13. :GBR Kirsty Gilmour

14. :CAN Michelle Li

15. :INA Lindaweni Fanetri

16. :GER Karin Schnaase

17. :DEN Line Kjaersfeldt

18. :MAS Tee Jing Yi

19. :HKG Yip Pui Yin

20. :USA Iris Wang

21. :SIN Liang Xiaoyu

22. :CZE Kristina Gavnholt

23. :BUL Linda Zetchiri

24. :TUR Ozge Bayrak

25. :VIE Vu Thi Trang

26. :RUS Natalia Perminova

27. :FRA Delphine Lansac

28. :ITA Jeanine Cicognini

29. :UKR Marija Ulitina

30. :AUT Elisabeth Baldauf

31. :FIN Nanna Vainio

32. :BEL Lianne Tan

33. :SUI Sabrina Jaquet - Unused Doubles Quota

34. :IRL Chloe Magee - Unused Doubles Quota

35. :POR Telma Santos - Unused Doubles Quota

36. :MRI Kate Foo Kune - CR: Africa

37. :BRA Lohaynny Vicente

38. :AUS Wendy Chen Hsuan-Yu - CR:Oceania (Australia got 4 quotas by CR (only 2 allowed), if WS is not chosen :NZL Anna Rankin will take it)

 

 

Edited by Griff88

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Griff88    104

Men's Doubles:

1. :KOR Lee Yong-dae/Yoo Yeon-seong

2. :INA Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan

3. :CHN Fu Haifeng/Zhang Nan

4. :KOR Kim Gi-jung/Kim Sa-rang

5. :CHN Chai Biao/Hong Wei

6. :JPN Hiroyuki Endo/Kenichi Hayakawa

7. :DEN Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen

8. :RUS Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov

9. :MAS Goh V Shem/Tan Wee Kiong

10. :TPE Lee Sheng Mu/Tsai Chia Hsin

11. :GBR Marcus Ellis/Chris Langridge

12. :IND Manu Attri/B. Sumeeth Reddy

13. :POL Adam Cwalina/Przemyslaw Wacha

14. :GER Michael Fuchs/Johannes Schoettler

15. :USA Sattawat Pongnairat/Phillip Chew - CR:Pan-Am (1 of 3 US CR quota, if not selected it will be given to :CAN Adrian Liu/Derrick Ng)

16. :AUS Matthew Chau/Sawan Serasinghe - CR:Oceania (Australia got 4 quotas by CR (only 2 allowed), if MD is not chosen it will be reallocated to :THA Bodin Issara/Nipitphon Phuangphuapet)

Edited by Griff88

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Griff88    104

Women's Doubles:

1. :JPN Misaki Matsutomo/Ayaka Takahashi

2. :INA Greysia Polii/Nitya Khrisinda Maheswari

3. :CHN Tang Yuanting/Yu Yang

4. :CHN Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei

5. :DEN Kamilla Rytter juhl/Christinna Pedersen

6. :KOR Jung Kyung-eun/Shin Seung-chan

7. :KOR Chang Ye-na/Lee So-hee

8. :NED Eefje Muskens/Selena Piek

9. :IND Jwala Gutta/Ashwini Ponnappa

10. :BUL Gabriela Stoeva/Stefani Stoeva

11. :THA Putitta Supajirakul/Sapsiree Taeratannachai

12. :MAS Vivian Hoo Kah Mun/Woon Khe Wei

13. :HKG Poon Lok Yan/Tse Ying Suet

14. :GER Carla Nelte/Johanna Goliszewski

15. :GBR Heather Olver/Lauren Smith

16. :USA Eva Lee/Paula Lynn Obanana

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Griff88    104

Mixed Doubles:

1. :CHN Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei

2. :INA Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir

3. :KOR Ko Sung-hyun/Kim Ha-na

4. :DEN Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen

5. :CHN Xu Chen/Ma Jin

6. :GBR Chris Adcock/Gabby Adcock

7. :INA Praveen Jordan/Debby Susanto

8. :MAS Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying

9. :HKG Lee Chun Hei/Chau Hoi Wah

10. :THA Bodin Issara/Savitree Amitrapai

11. :NED Jacco Arrends/Selena Piek

12. :GER Michael Fuchs/Birgit Michels

13. :POL Robert Mateusiak/Nadiezda Zieba

14. :JPN Kenta Kazuno/Ayane Kurihara

15. :USA Phillip Chew/Jamie Subandhi - CR: Pan Am (1 of 3 US CR quota, if not selected it will be given to :CAN Toby Ng/Alex Bruce)

16. :AUS Robin Middleton/Leanne Choo - CR:Oceania (Australia got 4 quotas by CR (only 2 allowed), if XD is not chosen it will relocated to :RUS Vitalij Durkin/Nina Vislova)

Edited by Griff88

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dcro    1,116

Though, we should keep in mind that New Zealand likely won't accept these reallocated quotas. Meaning that they will go to back to overall rankings.

Edited by dcro

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Also New Zealand won't get the reallocation in the doubles because they are not in the top 50. Plus US must decide which doubles it must drop, giving Canada a pair of athletes (most likely it'll be the men).

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Griff88    104
2 hours ago, dcro said:

Though, we should keep in mind that New Zealand likely won't accept these reallocated quotas. Meaning that they will go to back to overall rankings.

Yeah you're right. So sorry, I forgot to notice it

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dcro    1,116

Only 41 nations have qualified (in 2012 there were 57 nations).

 

There will be more with wild cards, but still a considerably less comparing to London.

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