match-throwing Archive

  • Korean Olympians called back into the fold

    Korean Olympians called back into the fold

    Korean doubles players will get their annual evaluation from the national team coaching staff later this week.  The surprise participants, though, are Olympians and former top-5 players Ha Jung Eun and Yoo Yeon Seong. Yoo...

  • BWF gets award for promoting sports integrity

    BWF gets award for promoting sports integrity

    At a ceremony in Doha, Qatar, last Monday evening, Badminton World Federation (BWF) Secretary General Thomas Lund accepted the inaugural ICSS-Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University Trophy for ‘Outstanding Achievement in Promoting Sport Integrity’ for BWF’s swift...

  • Korean doubles players re-instated!

    Korean doubles players re-instated!

    The Korean women’s doubles players who were disqualified from the Olympic Games last summer and subsequently suspended from the Korean National Badminton Team have had their sentences commuted, clearing the way for them to return...

  • Korean Association recommends ending players’ suspension

    Korean Association recommends ending players’ suspension

    The Badminton Korea Association (BKA) has applied to the Korean Olympic Committee (KOC) for a lifting of the suspension for the players who were sanctioned after the match-throwing scandal at the London Olympics. “We have...

  • PBSI lifts ban on Polii and Jauhari

    PBSI lifts ban on Polii and Jauhari

    Greysia Polii and Meiliana Jauhari offically saw their ban lifted on Saturday by the Indonesian Badminton Association, two months before the original date as in September the body had given their women’s doubles duo a...

  • Li Yongbo denies role in match-throwing

    Li Yongbo denies role in match-throwing

    China’s head coach Li Yongbo had remained silent since the BWF’s decision to disqualify his best pair of women’s doubles in the recent Olympic Games. After the recent clean sweep in the China Masters held...

  • Korean suspensions further eased

    Korean suspensions further eased

    According to a report yesterday from the Yonhap News Agency, the four players disqualified from the London Olympic Games for attempting to throw their matches have had a further easing of the suspensions handed down...

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    INDONESIA – Polii and Jauhari suspended, Setiawan back in

    The lack of Olympic medals and the women’s doubles controversy also had its share of consequences in Indonesia, where Greysia Polii, Meiliana Jauhari (photo) and their coach were banned from international competition until  December 3rd,...

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