|Men’s singles||Lin Dan China||Lee Chong Wei Malaysia|
|Men’s doubles||Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng (CHN)||Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen (DEN)|
|Women’s singles||Li Xuerui China||Wang Yihan China|
|Women’s doubles||Tian Qing and Zhao Yunlei (CHN)||Mizuki Fujii and Reika Kakiiwa (JPN)|
Just so, who won Women’s Badminton Olympics 2012?
The badminton women’s singles tournament at the 2012 Olympic Games in London took place from 28 July to 4 August at Wembley Arena. The draw was held on 23 July 2012. Forty-six players from 42 nations competed. In an all-Chinese final, Li Xuerui defeated reigning world number one Wang Yihan to win the gold medal.
Herein, why did London bid for the 2012 Olympics?
London succeeded in its Bid for a number of reasons. It is a global city with a reputation across the world. Its multicultural population meant that all countries would be well supported at the games. … London had a really distinctive bid all about young people, regeneration and the future.
What country is the best at badminton?
|Games||2016 Rio de Janeiro|
|Event||Women’s freestyle 58 kg|
|Date||17 August 2016|
Although Saina Nehwal still commands the head-to-head against PV Sindhu, having won everytime against the Rio silver medalist except once, it is Sindhu who fares better otherwise.
The odd jagged shapes of the 2012 can represent power, speed, energy and explosive excitement. The bright color palette reinforces that spirit. 3. By virtue of the logo design and its extensions, the 2012 London Olympics can “own” jagged abstract shapes in bright colors.
British designer Thomas Heatherwick was chosen by Danny Boyle to design the cauldron for the 2012 London Summer Olympics and Paralympic Games (the same design would serve both).