Badminton Scandal in London Olympics 2012

Olympics Badminton Scandal

Chinese badminton players, Yu Yang, one of the players were disqualified from the Olympics because London has been involved in engineering the game, finally declared fully withdrew from the sport.

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In addition to Yu, the other women's doubles player who is disqualified teammate Wang Xiaoli, double South Korea's Jung Kyung-eun and Kim Ha-na and Ha Jung-eun and Kim Min-jung as well as Indonesia doubles Greysia Polii and Meiliana Jauhari. "This is my last competition. Good-bye Badminton World Federation (BWF), farewell beloved fur tangksi, "Yu said in his Tencent microblog account, Thursday (08/02/2012). "We just chose to use the rules to leave the game. It is only we did get a chance to fight better in the second round knockout. This is the first time the Olympics change the format of the game. Do not they realize the negative effects for athletes? "He said anyway.

"You have taken away our dreams," he wrote. "Virtually all can be very simple. But this is unforgivable, "he added.

The eight players were disqualified by the world federation badminton BWF for deliberately manipulate the game in search of a more favorable composition of the opponent in the next round. But their action was, in a way off the mark or accidentally hit the net soon caught in 4800 jeers greeted a packed home crowd at Wembley Arena matches.

China's official news agency, Xinhua, reported the China top officials have been demanding their players to apologize in public. Head coach of the Olympic badminton team of China, Li Yongbo, said his players act reflects the negative impact of the new rule applies. But he also emphasized that there was no justification for what the players. "The bottom line is we do not act professionally as an athlete and do not take every game seriously," he said.

In China, the scandal has sparked widespread reactions and debates on various micro-blogging site. Although quite a lot of people who criticize this scandal and assume that the players deserve to be punished, some are sympathetic. "They [the players] definitely should be sanctioned, but not just those who are to blame. Coach is the most responsible. The players were just a scapegoat, "wrote one user Sina Weibo, social networking sites like Twitter.

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