Who won the 1992 badminton Olympics?

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Event Men’s singles
Gold Alan Budikusuma Indonesia
Silver Ardy Wiranata Indonesia
Bronze Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen Denmark

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Herein, who has won the most Olympic gold medal in badminton?

Gao Ling is the all-time leader for the most Olympic medals in badminton, with two gold, one silver, and one bronze; Fu Haifeng (two gold, one silver), Zhang Nan, Zhao Yunlei and Kim Dong-moon (two gold, one bronze) each, Gil Young-ah and Chen Long (one of each) and Lee Chong Wei (three silver) are second for the most …

Also to know is, who competed for India in the 1992 Olympics badminton? Three Indian shuttlers – Deepankar Bhattacharya, U Vimal Kumar and Madhumita Bisht – made the foray into the Olympics at the Barcelona 1992 Games.

Similarly one may ask, which country boycotted the 1992 Olympics?

South Africa was not permitted to return to the Olympics until the 1992 Summer Olympics. Possibly the most famous Olympic boycotts occurred in 1980 and 1984 during the Cold War.

What are the 3 badminton events?

There are five events: men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, and mixed doubles (each pair is a man and a woman).

Has America ever won a gold medal in badminton?

At the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games, the U.S. badminton team tied its best gold-medal performance with three, completing a gold-medal sweep in all three doubles events and amassing six total medals. … On the women’s side, Iris Wang is Team USA’s top-ranked female badminton athlete eligible for the Olympic Games.

Who is God of badminton?

Is Lin Dan on the decline or is it the start of something new? Born in Fujiyan China, Lin Dan (or Super Dan as his fans appropriately call him), is considered as the greatest of all players to have ever played the game of badminton.

Who is the king of badminton?

Lin Dan

Lin Dan 林丹
Country China
Born 14 October 1983 Longyan, Fujian, China
Height 178 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 70 kg (154 lb)

Who is the No 1 player in badminton?

Japan’s Kento Momota has retained the top spot, with 109118 point. Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen found himself in the second position, while his compatriot Anders Antonsen is ranked 3rd.

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