At first, it was difficult to process and especially to admit that I am sick right now. The second seed won 15-11, 15-6 to set up a final against Dong Jiong, the third seed. In the semi-finals of the team competition in Hong Kong, Høyer trailed by a game and was 1-13 down in the second against Dong Jiong of China.Next
A few days later, the Dane defended his All England title in an emphatic manner, not dropping a game in five matches.
According to Kristian Winge, a neurology specialist, the best thing a patient can do is to stay physically active and stimulate the brain with fun and challenging activities.Next
Coming into the badminton competition at the Atlanta Olympics, Høyer was palpably one of the favourites.
The Jamaica-born athlete is now known as the only British man to have won gold medals in the quartet of major competitions: the , the World Championships, the European Championships and the Commonwealth Games. A fairly straightforward 15-5, 15-11 win over compatriot and training partner Peter Rasmussen ensured the left-hander a third straight continental title.Next
It was a couple of months before results started to pour in.
Photos: Badmintonphoto Linford Christie was a perfect example for Poul-Erik Høyer.
Høyer said he first noticed the limitation in his motor functions in a strange way.
It was not that Høyer was being hopelessly hopeful.Next
Besides, his heroics helped Denmark to their first Thomas Cup final in 17 years.
No Comments Start the ball rolling by posting a comment on this article! Surprisingly, it was a no contest, Høyer easing through to the semi-finals with a 15-5, 15-6 win.Next
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He said he hoped to be allowed to continue serving as the President of the BWF.Next
Viktor Axelsen repeated the singles bronze feat at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.
The Dane was rounding up the third decade of his life cycle in 1995 when he won his first All England title, as well as his first medal a bronze at the World Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland..Next
The left-hander came back strong to beat the then world No.