Badminton
at the 1982 Asian Games
VenueIndraprashtha Indoor Stadium[1]
Dates25 November – 3 December
← 1978
1986 →

Badminton tournaments were held for the sixth time at the 9th Asian Games in 1982 in New Delhi, India from 25 November to 3 December.[2]

There were 7 events contested including singles, doubles, and team events for both men and women, as well as mixed doubles.

Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles
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Han Jian
 China
Liem Swie King
 Indonesia
Chen Changjie
 China
Syed Modi
 India
Men's doubles
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 Indonesia
Icuk Sugiarto
Christian Hadinata
 China
Luan Jin
Lin Jiangli
 South Korea
Park Joo-bong
Lee Eun-ku
 India
Leroy D'Sa
Pradeep Gandhe
Men's team
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 China
Chen Changjie
Han Jian
Lin Jiangli
Luan Jin
Sun Zhian
Yao Ximing
 Indonesia
Christian Hadinata
Wirawan Hadiyanto
Rudy Heryanto
Hariamanto Kartono
Liem Swie King
Icuk Sugiarto
 India
Leroy D'Sa
Pradeep Gandhe
Partho Ganguli
Syed Modi
Uday Pawar
Vikram Singh
 South Korea
Choi Byung-hak
Kim Byung-sik
Lee Deuk-choon
Lee Eun-ku
Park Joo-bong
Sung Han-kook
Women's singles
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Zhang Ailing
 China
Li Lingwei
 China
Sumiko Kitada
 Japan
Kim Yun-ja
 South Korea
Women's doubles
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 South Korea
Hwang Sun-ai
Kang Haeng-suk
 South Korea
Kim Yun-ja
Yoo Sang-hee
 China
Wu Dixi
Lin Ying
 Japan
Atsuko Tokuda
Yoshiko Yonekura
Women's team
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 China
Li Lingwei
Lin Ying
Wu Dixi
Wu Jianqiu
Xu Rong
Zhang Ailing
 Japan
Kimiko Jinnai
Sumiko Kitada
Kazuko Takamine
Fumiko Tokairin
Atsuko Tokuda
Yoshiko Yonekura
 South Korea
Hwang Sun-ai
Kang Haeng-suk
Kim Yun-ja
Song Eun-joo
Yoo Sang-hee
 India
Vandana Chiplunkar
Ami Ghia
Madhumita Goswami
Amita Kulkarni
Hufrish Nariman
Kanwal Thakar Singh
Mixed doubles
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 Indonesia
Christian Hadinata
Ivana Lie
 Indonesia
Icuk Sugiarto
Ruth Damayanti
 China
Lin Jiangli
Lin Ying
 India
Leroy D'Sa
Kanwal Thakar Singh

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)4239
2 Indonesia (INA)2305
3 South Korea (KOR)1146
4 Japan (JPN)0123
5 India (IND)0055
Totals (5 nations)771428

Semifinal results

Discipline Winner Runner-up Score
Men's singles China Han Jian India Syed Modi 15–1, 15–2
Indonesia Liem Swie King China Chen Changjie 15–4, 15–6
Women's singles China Zhang Ailing Japan Sumiko Kitada 8–11, 11–6, 11–1
China Li Lingwei South Korea Kim Yun-ja 11–5, 11–8
Men's doubles China Lin Jiangli
China Luan Jin
South Korea Lee Eun-ku
South Korea Park Joo-bong
15–3, 10–15, 17–16
Indonesia Christian Hadinata
Indonesia Icuk Sugiarto
India Leroy D'Sa
India Pradeep Gandhe
11–15, 15–2, 15–5
Women's doubles South Korea Hwang Sun-ai
South Korea Kang Haeng-suk
China Wu Dixi
China Lin Ying
17–16, 15–7
South Korea Yoo Sang-hee
South Korea Kim Yun-ja
Japan Atsuko Tokuda
Japan Yoshiko Yonekura
15–12, 15–8
Mixed doubles Indonesia Icuk Sugiarto
Indonesia Ruth Damyanti
China Lin Jiangli
China Lin Ying
15–5, 15–8
Indonesia Christian Hadinata
Indonesia Ivana Lie
India Leroy D'Sa
India Kanwal Thakar Singh
15–10, 15–3

Final results

Discipline Winner Finalist Score
Men's singles China Han Jian Indonesia Liem Swie King 18–16, 15–10
Women's singles China Zhang Ailing China Li Lingwei 11–6, 11–8
Men's doubles Indonesia Christian Hadinata
Indonesia Icuk Sugiarto
China Lin Jiangli
China Luan Jin
15–6, 15–8
Women's doubles South Korea Kang Haeng-suk
South Korea Hwang Sun-ai
South Korea Yoo Sang-hee
South Korea Kim Yun-ja
18–13, 7–15, 15–7
Mixed doubles Indonesia Christian Hadinata
Indonesia Ivana Lie
Indonesia Icuk Sugiarto
Indonesia Ruth Damyanti
3–15, 15–8, 15–10

References

  1. ^ Mohan, Kumud (2 August 2013). "Asian Games: An assessment of favourites in each sport". www.indiatoday.in. Archived from the original on 11 May 2021. Retrieved 11 May 2021.
  2. ^ "Badminton - Medallists from previous Asian Games". Doha2006. Archived from the original on 14 October 2007. Retrieved 13 February 2020.