|Men’s singles||Ji Xinpeng China||Hendrawan Indonesia|
|Men’s doubles||Tony Gunawan and Candra Wijaya (INA)||Lee Dong-soo and Yoo Yong-sung (KOR)|
|Women’s singles||Gong Zhichao China||Camilla Martin Denmark|
|Women’s doubles||Ge Fei and Gu Jun (CHN)||Huang Nanyan and Yang Wei (CHN)|
Consequently, who won the gold medal in the men’s singles in Munich Olympics?
It was the first time that the sport was part of the Olympic program, and it would become an official Olympic sport 20 years later at the 1992 Summer Olympics.
|Gold||Rudy Hartono Indonesia|
|Silver||Svend Pri Denmark|
|Bronze||Wolfgang Bochow West Germany|
Furthermore, who won the 1992 Summer Olympics in badminton?
|Men’s singles||Alan Budikusuma Indonesia||Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen Denmark|
|Hermawan Susanto Indonesia|
|Women’s singles||Susi Susanti Indonesia||Huang Hua China|
|Tang Jiuhong China|
What country is the most successful at the sport of badminton?
The Munich massacre was an attack during the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany, by eight members of the Palestinian terrorist group Black September, who took nine members of the Israeli Olympic team hostage, after killing two more. … A West German policeman was also killed in the crossfire.
Malaysia won its first-ever Olympic medal, a bronze in men’s doubles. The United States’ first Olympic badminton team consisted of its top six athletes — three men and three women.
On July 27, 1996, a single homemade pipe bomb left in a knapsack exploded amid a crowd of spectators in Centennial Olympic Park, near the main sites of the Olympic Games in Atlanta. The blast caused by the crude device killed one person and injured 112 others.
North Korea boycotted the 1988 Seoul Olympics, as well as five socialist countries including Cuba, an ally of North Korea.
|Host city||Seoul, South Korea|
|Cauldron||Sohn Mi-chung Chung Sun-man Kim Won-tak|
|Stadium||Seoul Olympic Stadium|
Young also wanted to showcase a reformed American South. The strong economy of Atlanta and improved race relations in the South helped to impress the IOC officials. … Athens lost its bid to host the games to Atlanta in 1990, but was later awarded the 2004 Summer Olympics in September 1997.