Badminton Championship 2019
Bali, Bangkok, Bintang Kidul, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Phnom Penh, Singapore, Shanghai, Beijing, Ho Chi Minh, Vientiane, Sydney.
2 photographers (Patrick from Lycée Français of Jakarta and Dominique from the Bitang Kidul charity) covered the 3-day championship. Check out their pictures by clicking on the miniature.
A bronze medal for Eloise (Jakarta)
For her fifth participation in the French schools' Asian Badminton Championship, Eloise - familiar with the podium - leaves with a beautiful bronze medal around her neck in the U16 category.
Iman from Jakarta reacts after her victory in the U14 doubles final
Winner of the doubles U14 Girls with Emma (Vientiane) and Mauna (Bali), Iman of the Lycée Français of Jakarta did not hide her joy after this victory in the finals.
Milo from Sydney gives us his opinion on the tournament
His school was participating in the championship for the first time. Student in 2nde at the Lycée Condorcet in Sydney, Milo really liked the atmosphere of the Asian Badminton Championship. Milo did a good tournament finishing in a good fifth place.
Presentation of the last day
The French schools Asian Badminton Championship comes to an end. It's now time for the singles and doubles finals.
Interview of a doubles tournament winner
Twice winner of the Asian Badminton Championship, Theo tells us why he loves this tournament so much. If at 17, this Terminale student of the Lycée Français of Jakarta cannot participate in the tournament reserved for U12, U14 and U16, he insisted on being present to encourage the players. (Interview conducted by Max - Editing by Nolan)
Badminton fan, Julie is a regular participant in the tournament
Student at the French school in Kuala Lumpur, Julie is participating in the Asian Championship for the fourth time. At the end of the first day of competition, our team of reporters went to meet her to get her impressions. (Interview directed by Yasmine - Video by Max - Editing by Nolan)
Interview with the coach from Bali
Olivier, a sports teacher at the Lycée Français of Bali, is a regular at the Asian Badminton Championship. He kindly agreed to answer our questions. (Interview directed by Yasmine - Video by Max - Editing by Nolan)
Interview with Liv from Team Jakarta (U14)
Our team of reporters went to meet Liv, a student in 4e at the Lycée Français of Jakarta. This is the second time that she participates in the Asian Badminton Championship. (Interview conducted by Yasmine)
Let the tournament begin!
Let's get going for 3 days of competition. After the opening ceremony at the Lycée Français of Jakarta, the delegations gathered at the Taufik Hidayat Arena to start the tournament (Images: Aby - Reporters: Max and Yasmine - Editing: Nolan)
Do you know the history of badminton?
Throughout the tournament, our web reporters are mobilized to offer you a series of reports dedicated to the Asian Badminton Championship. As the event approaches, Yasmine tells us a little more about this ancient sporting discipline (Reporter: Yasmine)
The shuttlecock freaks are back!
LFJ is organizing the French schools' Asian Badminton Championship for the 5th time from November 28th to 30th. For this event, more than 120 players will come from all over Asia to share these 3 days of sports, gathering, discoveries and exchanges.