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2017-08-30 |

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Taiwanese players have had great success in 2017 Universiade held on their home soil Taipei. They swept 5 gold and 3 bronze in total 6 categories....

2017-07-18 |

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Korean and Malaysian National Team will be wearing their new apparel since the World Championship in late August. All shirts are made with the second generation of the VICTOR ULTRA-DRY technology....

2017-06-27 |

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VICTOR and Badminton Denmark have shaken hands and signed the official documents in two partnerships regarding Denmark Open and the Danish National Team. VICTOR will be the official equipment sponsor for Denmark Open and main sponsor for the Danish N...

2017-06-29 |

VICTOR News

The superb P9300 features phenomenal shock-absorption, stability, comfort and durability. It is the exemplary footwear made to meet your strict standards....

2017-06-16 |

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VICTOR proudly announced a new cooperation with Marvel for a limited edition badminton racket and racket bag featuring the “Spider-Man: Homecoming” movie, which will be launched on the same date as the movie premier on 5th July 2017....

2017-05-29 |

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A perfect week for Korean badminton entering Sudirman Cup as an underdog but ending lifting the trophy after several magnificent team performances....

2017-05-01 |

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The incredible Tai Tzu Ying strikes once more, this time for the Asia Badminton Championships, were she managed to clinch the title for the first time in her career...

2017-04-17 |

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Tai Tzu Ying came to Singapore with one mission: to take the title with her home. An extraordinary week ended with Tai smashing the shuttle down the line and lifting her arms as the Singapore Open 2017 champion. This title means that Tai was able to...

2017-04-10 |

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Tai Tzu Ying put her foot down in Kuching at the Malaysia Open in a week where all the top players where there to battle for the trophy, Tai cemented why she is the current queen and world no. 1....

2017-03-13 |

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World No.1 Tai Tzu Ying wrote her own new chapter in the history books as she became the first player from Chinese Taipei to clinch any title at the All England. Chang Ye Na/Lee So Hee broke an eight year drought at the women’s doubles for Korea in ...