2022 Yonex Australian National Championships – Results

Individual Championships Results

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Team Championships Results

Division 1 – Championship Division (Ede Clendinnen Shield)
 
Champions – Queensland
Silver – Victoria
Bronze – New South Wales
Fourth – South Australia
Fifth – Western Australia
Sixth – Tasmania
Division 2
Gold – Victoria 2
Silver – South Australia 2
Bronze – Australian Capital Territory
Fourth – Tasmania 2

 

This event has now ended.

 

After 2 years the Australian National Championships are back. Australia’s best badminton players will be vying for the title of National Champions and for a spot on the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Team.

Australian Tokyo Olympians Wendy Chen and Gronya Somerville will be vying for selection along with Australia’s best young and upcoming players. Jack Yu, Kaitlyn Ea and Angela Yu will all be ones to watch.

Badminton Australia CEO Jamie Parsons said “It is great to have badminton back, it is an exciting time for Badminton Australia – not only do we have Australia’s best badminton players vying for national champions and Commonwealth Games selection but there are now more than 300,000 badminton players across Australia.”

Parsons said – “Australia is ranked in the top 20 countries in the world and is only a matter of time before we start pushing higher up the rankings over the coming 12 months”.

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2021 National Events Announcement

Badminton Australia, working in consultation with the State & Territory Badminton organisations, would like to announce that the national events to be held in December 2021, being the YONEX Australian Bendigo Invitational & Victorian Open (YABIVO) and that the YONEX Australian Combined National Championships (YACNC) and 2021 National Para Championships will not run as planned due to the ongoing COVID-19 State Border restrictions in place.

Badminton Victoria will be running replacement events being the Victorian Open, Para and U17 Championships on the weekend of the 4th and 5th of December, and a U19 and U15 event on the 11th and 12th of December. Any player across Australia is welcome to attend these events.

Badminton Australia CEO Jamie Parsons said “With only 3 States and Territories being able to attend the national events it was not viable to run these events in December 2021. We are disappointed that we cannot run these events but are thankful that Badminton Victoria will run replacement events that are open to anyone around Australia to participate in”.

Any players who have entered for the YABIVO and YACNC will receive a full refund of their entry fees. Badminton Australia will be running a Falcons National Senior Camp and a Falcons National Junior Camp for those players who can attend around the Victorian events. Further details will be provided shortly to players who are eligible to attend these camps.

Badminton Australia has confirmed the following for the 2022 National Australian Championships (Team & Individuals) will take place as follows:

  • The 2022 Open Australian National Championships and 2022 Para Australian National Championships will take during the 2022 April school holiday period – the Open event will also serve as a Commonwealth Games Selection Event
  • The 2022 U19 Australian National Championships and U15 Australian National Championships will take place during the 2022 June/July school holiday period
  • The 2022 U17 Australian National Championships and a new U13 National event will take place during the 2022 September School Holiday period
  • Badminton Australia will run a National Selection Camp at the end of January 2022 to assist in the selection of athletes for teams for Oceania Championships Open/U19 teams and Thomas & Uber teams

More details on exact dates and locations will be announced before the end of November 2021. Please note that the events are to be held in the School holiday period of the state/territory the event is being conducted in.

Badminton Australia would like to extend its thanks to its partners, in particular; Yonex, Bendigo City Council, Bendigo Stadium, Bendigo Eaglehawk Badminton Association, Badminton Victoria and the greater badminton community.

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2021 National Events Postponed

Badminton Australia regretfully announces that the 2021 YONEX Australian Bendigo Invitational, the 2021 YONEX Australian Combined National Championships and the 2021 Para National Championships that were scheduled for September 2021 have been postponed to December 2021.

The 2021 YONEX Australian Bendigo Invitational is now scheduled to be played at the Bendigo Stadium from Saturday the 4th of December and run through till Monday the 6th of December. This event may be combined with the 2021 Victoria Open that is currently scheduled to run on the same dates.

The 2021 YONEX Australian Combined National Championships will be played at the Bendigo Eaglehawk Badminton Stadium from Friday the 10th of December through till Saturday the 18th of December, dates for specific age groups are as follows; Open (10/12 – 12/12), U19 & U15 (13/12-15/12), U17 (16/12 – 18/12).

The 2021 Para National Championships will be played at the Altona Badminton Centre on Friday the 17th of December till Sunday the 19th of December.

Any athlete who has paid to participate in the postponed events can receive a full refund, or, the amounts can move across to the new event dates. To receive a full refund please click here to email Badminton Australia with the names and details of those who have entered.

Badminton Australia would like to thank all of the event partners, sponsors and stakeholders, including; Bendigo Stadium, City of Greater Bendigo, Bendigo Eaglehawk Badminton Association, YONEX, Badminton Victoria, the State & Territory badminton organisations and the badminton community for their ongoing support, patience and understanding.

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2021 Australian Major Events

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2021 Australian Bendigo Invitational (17 – 19 Sep 2021)

Badminton Australia is delighted to announce the Australian Bendigo Invitational. The event will run from Friday 17th September 2021 to Sunday 19th September 2021 in Bendigo, Victoria.  The event replaces the Bendigo International Challenge that is not able to run due to Australian border restrictions. We are delighted to be able to bring this replacement event to provide opportunities for Australian athletes to participate in a national competition.

The results from this event will assist national selectors select athlete to the Badminton Australia national senior program that is a prerequisite to being selected into Australian national teams.

Chief Executive Officer for Badminton Australia Jamie Parsons said ‘We are delighted to be able to partner with the City of Greater Bendigo and the Bendigo Eaglehawk Badminton Association to bring this national event to Bendigo. We are looking forward to seeing Australia’s best players and Australian Tokyo Olympians competing’.

Details of entry will be provide in a prospectus for distribution in the next few weeks.

Players, officials and spectators can register their interest in participating in the event by clicking here — https://form.jotform.com/211481676177866

 

2021 Australian Combined National Championships (24 Sep – 02 Oct 2021)

After close consultation with the State and Territory Badminton organisation we are very pleased to announce the dates for the Australian Combined Championships. The championships will be for individual events only – women’s singles, men’s singles, women’s doubles, men’s doubles and mixed doubles. The event will be for U15s, U17s, U19s and Open age groups during the September School holiday period Friday 24th September to 2nd October. After going through an expression of interest process this event will be held in Bendigo, Victoria.

The current draft schedule is:

Open – Friday 24thSeptember through to Sunday 26th September 2021

U19/U15 – Monday 27th September through to Wednesday 29th September 2021

U17 – Thursday 30th September through to Saturday 2nd October  2021

 

The results from these Championships will be used to select athletes to the Badminton Australia National Senior and Development programs as these competitions are prerequisites to be selected into Australian national teams.

As per the selection policy, those eligible to be selected to Australian National Program  are those who finish in the positions below and will achieve automatic selection.

MS WS MD WD XD
U15 Finalists  (2 athletes) Finalists  (2 athletes) Winners  (2 athletes) Winners  (2 athletes) Winners (2 athletes)
U17 Finalists (2 athletes) Finalists (2 athletes) Winners  (2 athletes) Winners  (2 athletes) Winners (2 athletes)
U19 Finalists (2 athletes) Finalists (2 athletes) Winners  (2 athletes) Winners  (2 athletes) Winners (2 athletes)
Senior / Open Finalists and Semi Finalists (4 athletes) Finalists and Semi Finalists (4 athletes) Finalists (4 athletes) Finalists (4 athletes) Winners (2 athletes)

Chief Executive Officer for Badminton Australia Jamie Parsons said “After not running any National Championships in 2020 we are very pleased to be able to work with our State/Territory Partners, the City of Greater Bendigo and Bendigo Eaglehawk Badminton Association to present the Australian Combined National Championships. We are looking forward to Australia’s best Open and Junior talent vying for the Championships in Bendigo”

Details of entry will be provide in a prospectus for distribution in the next few weeks.

Players, officials and spectators can register their interest in participating in the event by clicking here — https://form.jotform.com/211481676177866

 

National Events Prospectus’ Released

Badminton Australia is pleased to share the prospectus’ for both the 2021 YONEX Australian Bendigo Invitational and the 2021 YONEX Australian Combined National Championships.

Both events will take place in Bendigo in September, the 2021 YONEX Australian Bendigo Invitational will run from the 16th of September through till the 19th of September at Bendigo Stadium.

The 2021 YONEX Australian Combined National Championships will run from the 24th of September till the 2nd of October and will combine individual championships for U/15, U/17 U/19 and Senior age groups to be played at the Bendigo Eaglehawk Badminton Stadium.

Please find below links to each prospectus, early bird pricing will close on the 17th of August for the 2021 YABI, and the 24th of August for the 2021 YACNC so get in now!!

2021 YONEX Australian Bendigo Invitational Prospectus

2021 YONEX Combined National Championships Prospectus

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