Rabu, 16 Maret 2011

legend badminton player from Indonesia

1. Christian Hadinata

Christian Hadinata
Purwokerto, December 11, 2003
Yoke Anwar
Mario Hadinata (20 years)
Mariska Hadinata (19 years)

National champion men's doubles pairs with Atik Jauhari
Asian champion mixed doubles pairs with Retno Kustijah.
All England men's doubles champion in pairs with Ade Chandra
All England men's doubles champion in pairs with Ade Chandra
Asian Games men's doubles champion in pairs with Ade Chandra
All England mixed doubles champion in pairs with Imelda Wiguna
World Champion men's doubles pairs with Ade Chandra
World Champion mixed doubles pairs with Imelda Wiguna
Japan Open men's doubles champion in pairs with Lius Pongoh
Aian Games mixed doubles champion in pairs with Ivana Lie
All England men's doubles champion in pairs with Boby Ertanto
Indonesia Open men's doubles champion in pairs with Boby Ertanto
Indonesia Open mixed doubles champion in pairs with Ivana Lie
World Cup champion mixed doubles pairs with Ivana Lie
Strengthening the Thomas Cup team six times with multiple partners, among others, with Hadibowo and Liem Swie King.

Sports Activities:
Pelatnas badminton player (1971-1986)
PBSI board
Director Pelatnas PBSI


Place / Date of Birth:
Malang, June 27, 1972
PB PBSI, Cipayung
Height / Weight:
170 cm/65 kg
Name of Wife:
Sylvia Anggraeni
Josephine Sevilla
Father Name:
Name of Mother:
Child to:
3 of 4 siblings
Start playing badminton:
10 years old
Login pelatnas:
- Singapore Open quarter-finalist
- Malaysia Open finalist Pereempat
- Korea Open semi-finalists
- Runner-up Swiss Open
- Runner-up Denmark Open '
- Russian Open Champion
- Act III All England
- Perempatfinalis Swedish Open
- 16 of the All England
- Quarter-finalists Denmark Open
- 16large German Open
- 16 of the Taiwan Open
- 16 of the Indian Open
- 16 of the Indonesia Open
- 16 of the Singapore Open
- Runner-up Asian Championship
- National Championship semi-finalists
- China Open Round III
- Thailand Open champion
Runner-up Asian Games, Bangkok
Winner of the Singapore Open
Thomas Cup Team Member (Indonesia Champion)
Thomas Cup team-members (Indonesia Champion)
- Sidney 2000 Olympic silver medal
- Runner-up Japan Open
- Champion Sudirman Cup World Championships
Thomas Cup team-members (Indonesia Champion)

3. Rudy Hartono Kurniawan: 


Name: Rudy Hartono Kurniawan Born: Surat, August 18, 1949 Religion: Protestant Christian Wife: Jane Anwar (Married August 28, 1976) Children: Christopher and Christine Father: Zulkarnaen Kurniawan Sibling: Freddy Harsono, Diana Veronica, Jeanne Utami, Dewi Laksmi Eliza, Ferry Harianto, Tjosi Hartanto, and Hauwtje Hariadi. Education: - SMA - Bachelor, Faculty of Economics Trisakti Achievements: - All England men's singles champion eight times (1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, and 1976): 1968: Wins beat Tan Aik Huang (Malaysia) 1969: Wins beat Darmadi (Indonesia) 1970: Wins defeating Svend Pri (Denmark) 1971: Wins beat Muljadi (Indonesia) 1972: Wins defeating Svend Pri (Denmark) 1973: Wins beat Christian (Indonesia) 1974: Wins beat Punch Gunalan (Malaysia) 1975: Defeat of Svend Pri (Denmark) 1976: Wins beat Liem Swie King (Indonesia) 1978: Defeat of Liem Swie King (Indonesia) - Champion with Team Indonesia in the Thomas Cup (1970, 1973, 1976 and 1979) - World Champion, 1980 - Japan Open, 1981 - PB PBSI Chairman of Development (1981-1985) Other activities: - Playing in the film Death of An Angel (1971) with Poppy Dharsono - Employers / agents exercise equipment (1984-present) Awards: - Best Athlete SIWO / PWI (1969 and 1974) - IBF Distinguished Service Award 1985 - IBF Herbert Scheele Trophy 1986 - the first recipient - Honorary Diploma in 1987 from the International Committee's "Fair Play" Award Address: Park Radio In I / 6, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta Phone: 714 000, 714 565

4. Ferry Sonneville:

Name: Ferry Sonneville Full Name: Ferdinand Alexander Sonneville Born: Jakarta, January 3, 1931 Died: Jakarta, 20 November 2003 Wife: Theresa Yvonne de Wit (Mebnikah September 1954) Children: Ferdinand Rudy Jr. (Died age 21 years) Theresa Genia Sonneville Cynthia Guedolyn Sonneville Grandchildren: Two people Father: Dirk January Sonneville (tennis) Mother: Elisabeth Leonij Hubeek (Badminton)
Education: Erasmus University, Netherlands
Sports career: Players / Coaches Jiujitsu 1949-1955 Captain play / coach Indonesia seize and retain the Thomas Cup three times in a row 1958, 1961 and 1964. Dutch Open champion (1955-1961), Glasgow (1957), French Open (1959-1960), Canada (1962), and All England runner-up (1959) Founder PB PBSI (1951) and founder of KONI (1966) Chairman of KONI (1970) Board member Asian Games Federation Council (1970) Chef de Mission Indonesian contingent to the Olympics (1971) President of the International Federation Badminton / IBF (1971-1974) PBSI chairman (1981-1985)
Business Career: Vayatour Executive Board Chairman of PT. Lippo Cikarang The owners of PT. Ferry Sonneville & Co. DPP Chairman of Real Estate Indonesia (REI) in the period 1986-1989 President and Member of Executive Committee of the International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI) since 1989. Chairman of the Advisory Council IESC (International Executive Service Corp.)
Career Education: Pioneer Institute for Development Foundation Trisakti represent the Nation Unity (LPKB) Founder Trustees Association of Private Colleges (HIPPERTIS) Founder of the Association of Catholic Universities Indoneisa (APTIK) Main Residents and Members of Atma Jaya Foundation Members of the Foundation Fatmawati Members Medika Bhakti Foundation Members of the Physically Disabled Children Foundation (YPAC) Members of the Foundation of the National Archives Building Forum Indonesia Nederland (FINED), etc..
Awards: Satya Badge of Culture (1961) Star Signs RI Service Class II (1964) "Knighthood" of the Roman Catholic Church (1972) FIABCI Medal of Honour, Melbourne (1988). 

5. Susi Susanti:

Susi Susanti
Tasikmalaya, West Java, February 11, 1971
February 9, 1997
Alan Budikusuma
- Lourencia Averina (1999)
- Albert Edward (2000)
- Sebastianus Frederick (2003)
- Hall of Fame of the International Badminton Federation (IBF), May 2004
- Herbert Scheele Trophy, 2002
- All England Champion (1990, 1991, 1993, 1994)
- World champion (1993)
- Champions Series Grand Prix in Bali, 1990
- Three-time champion at Japan Open
- Winner of the 1992 Barcelona Olympics
- Winner of the championship series and World Cup grand prix

6. Tan Joe Hok:

Tan Joe Hok (Henderson mammal)
Bandung, 11 August 1937
Goei Kiok Nio (Marriage 1965)
Two people

= elementary, junior high and high school Bandung
= Premedical Major in Chemistry & Biology, Baylor University, Texas, USA (1959-1963)

Career and Achievements:
= Champion kejurnas Surabaya (1956)
= Member of Indonesian Badminton Team that won the Thomas Cup in Singapore (1958)
= Son of the first Indonesian to win the All England (1959)
= Son of Indonesia's first Asian Games gold medalist (1962)
= Indonesian Thomas Cup Team Member (1964-1967)
= badminton coach in Mexico (1969-1970)
= badminton coach in Hong Kong (1971)
= Coach Indonesian Thomas Cup team in Kuala Lumpur (1984)
= PB Djarum kudus Badminton Coach

Director of Mandala Pest Control (since 1973)

Best Sports Coach by SIWO / PWI Jaya (1984)

Home Address:
Jaya Mandala II No. Way. 2 Jewel, Jakarta 12 870

7. Liem Swie King:

Liem Swie King
Kudus, Central Java, February 28, 1956
Protestant Christian

- SD, kudus (1968)
- Junior High School, kudus (1971)
- High School, kudus (1974)

- victory over Indonesia
- Employers Hotel and Spa

- Winner Junior a Central Java (1972)
- PON 1973 Second Place
- Champion kejurnas 1974
- Champion kejurnas 1975
- Second Place All-England (1976 & 1977
- All England Champion 1978, 1979, 1981
- Winner of the Asian Games in Bangkok
- Thomas Cup Team Member 1979, 1982, 1984 1986.
- Men's Doubles Champion with Kartono in the Alba Cup 1984
- Men's Doubles Champion with Kartono in the Alba Cup 1985


History of Badminton.

Mystery Badminton
There is no sport that has many question marks like badminton. Early history, especially where the branch came from, for example. People only know the name of badminton originated from the name of a house (if according to the size of Indonesia, a palace) in the area of ​​Gloucestershire, about 200 kilometers west of London, England. Badminton House, the name of the palace, to witness the history of how the sport began to be developed into its present form. In such buildings, the owner, the Duke of Beaufort and her family in the 17th century became an activist of the sport. However, the Duke of Beaufort is not the inventor of the game. Badminton is only a name because that's where the game is becoming known among the top and then spread. Badminton is the only sport whose name is derived from place names.

Which then becomes a question mark is in England or in India at first like a game that is now done? The evidence shows in Indialah first sports game rules were written. This occurred in the 1870s.

Also a big question mark is how the name of the game changed from Battledore into badminton. The name of the game from two people who slap the ball forward (forehand) or backward (backhand) as long as possible it was Battledore. The origins of the game using a shuttlecock Battledore (kok) itself is also a mystery. Past, people used penepak of wood (bat). Two people slap "bird" it forward and backward as long as possible. The game has done this kind of childhood and adult more than 2000 years ago in India, Japan, Siam (Thailand), Greece and China. In this last region played more with the foot. In the UK found medieval woodcut containing images of children are kicking shuttlecock.

In game-century l6 Such well-known among the children. In the next century, the game commonly known as jeu de volant this becomes filler moments of leisure events in many European countries. Sometimes it is played by one person who beat or slap-kok nepak it up, with one or two penepak wood. An other game similar featherball (with a ball of chicken skin is soft) is played in Denmark, Germany, France, and Sweden.

The game uses really does have a special attraction. If ditepak or hitting upwards so that "fall" (down) really slows down, allowing people to pursue and menepaknya again to the top. The question mark, how can form really like now, there is a head with one end rounded and flat at the other end of the fur kind of stuck dozens of poultry? The materials to make kok already exist in nature. Kok head shape, the round, there are already around us, can be found in fruits or stone. The question is, how early the feathers can be stuck to the head why? There is an opinion, when people are sitting in a chair and in front of her desk, she was daydreaming and thinking about something far away. Incidentally he took the bottle cap, made of cork, and then stuck-nancapkan pen, which when it was made of feathers. Some pen tertancapkan and be a really simple form. Of course there is no proof. Only kernudian indeed formed such a game device, which sctiap differently shaped areas.

Whatever happens around the evolution of his tools, in the 19th century the game spread widely in the outskirts of British towns. Large houses with the rooms and courtyard into a fertile place for the game. No exception at Badminton House earlier. Family teiah Sommerset who lived in that house since the time of Charles II and then received the grace of the title as the Duke of Beaufort. At Badminton House is now still found interesting collection equipment Battledore game and his shuftlecock. How come that time two times larger and heavier than they are today. The length of "racket" or Battledore his two feet with a round head. No strings. Penepak timber is sealed parchment so that if someone hit a sound like someone hitting a drum. That sound is heard when in the front room (Front Hall) Badminton House is no game Battledore. All the tools that are available in this palace and the people who will play live to come.

In the 1840s and 1850s family of the Duke of Beaufort The 7 most often the organizers of this game. According to Bernard Adams (The Badminton Story, BBC 1980) Duke's children-seven boys and four girls-this is what started to play it in Front Room. They are tired after a long time game that's all. They then stretched the rope between the door and the fireplace and take across kok pass play with the rope. That was the beginning of the net. The late 1850s began a new kind of game it is known. In 1860 there was a toy salesman from London, might also Battledore equipment providers - called Isaac Spratt, write Badminton Battledore-a new game. Inscription on it describes the evolution of the game occurred at Badminton House.

The stories above obtained from the seed of the present Duke of Beaufort. Others again with the story of Sir George Thomas, who for 70 years in badminton, as the players and organizers. He clearly gives the year 1863-68 as the initial estimate of badminton. He said rain fell at a party and people trying to find a new joy of the game battledare normally. One of the participants have ideas cermerlang party. "He stretched a rope across the room and get rid of all children's toys and badmiton, in its earliest form. Evidently, it is in accordance with the taste party and later became a regular entertainment held in the house ... and the house was nevertheless believed to be the origin of the game was "the figure who later donated the championship trophy up for grabs for teams son, Thomas Cup. Sir Thomas is calling a visitor party than the Duke family. However, later the Duke family who introduced this game to the public.

That version is called Inggrislah as the origin of the game. Another version called India as the origin of badminton. Written in a script about the rules Lawn Tennis, Croquet, Racquets etc which appeared in 1883. In one part consisting of 10 pages, the authors refer to badminton as a 'tennis played with a shuttlecock and not the ball'. In the opening brief he wrote on the history of the game in four small paragraphs 'badminton first played, I believe in India and was introduced to England by the Duke of Beaufort in the summer of 1874'. Who wrote the manuscript is not known.

Encyclopedia Britannica 1911 edition writes about badminton: "This game seems to arise in Britain around the year 1873, but before it is played in India, who was still popular." Well, the more information it adds a question mark about the origins of badminton. From India or England?

There is information, British officers who served in India play a game similar to badminton, but more superior, known as Poona. Because really liked the game that fast, they bring home to England, complete with utensils, especially his kok. Then some of these officers were invited to the Duke of Beaufort at Badminton House memainkannnya. And then you introduced kemasyarakat wide. British Army it seems that many associate with this badminton. When they returned to England and retire they continue to play in residential areas where they spend their retirement, mostly in coastal areas like the South Sea and Bath. Evidence of this was incomplete, so it can not be said really happened. Apparently, either the officers or employees of the British to India as well as the Duke of Beaufort family and their guests who frequently visit the Badminton House has contributed to the development of this badminton.

The game itself is growing rapidly in India and a favorite for outside the building. So Sunday was famous so people forget to go to church to play badminton, which is called 'Sunday badminton'. Badminton is played in Madras, Bombay (now Mumbay), and Calcutta. The first regulations were introduced in Poona in l873, although the game itself only serves as a means of interaction and no competition. Those who returned to England and then more serious play badminton. They are - among others, S. S. C. Dolby, J.H.E. Hart, Bagned Wild, and G.W. Vidal - who then gradually develop rules to the game. The clubs also emerged and in 1893 they agreed to form the Badminton Association of England (Badminton Association of England) in a meeting in Southsea, Hampshire. In 1898 the tournament was held open, a special double, in Guilford. This is the first year badminton entered the era of competition. A year later held the All England championships. In the first championship only last one on April 4, by taking place in the London-Scottish Drill Hall in Buckingham Gate, London. Complete its own new regulations that could have been prepared in 1901. There is set among others about the field that looks like now. Before World War I entered the badminton gold. Badminton Gazette magazine was created, the goal for badminton news gets airy place, not like before that only a small news in tennis magazine, The Field. Championship All England itself has continued and only stopped for the year 1915-1919 due to World War I and 1930 - 1946 due to the outbreak of World War II.

Prior to the 1900 badminton spread to Ireland and Scotland in 1907 crossed over to British colonies as far away as South Africa, British Columbia (Canada now), and even the Falklands Islands (known here as the Malvinas Islands) and New York. Although in 1908 standing club in Hamburg, Germany, but developments in mainland Europe are not encouraging. In the 1920's badminton spread to Northern Europe, North America, and Asia. The years that badminton entered Malaya (now Malaysia and Singapore). Also the years that was signed in Indonesia badminton. In Europe, Denmark provides its own color to the sport. This country makes badminton as a winter sport and make a nice facility with a field inside the building. In the past ten years, Denmark has produced All-England champion. Who became a pioneer in the country is and Alksel Hans Hansen. Both are around the country to popularize badminton and even then go spread to Norway and Sweden.

Crossing the Atlantic Ocean perch badminton in 1914 and British Columbia in the 1920s spread to several cities in Canada. 1921, Canada held its first championship. Badminton is also spreading to the United States, with New York as the city's first stopover. Hollywood also stop off, and had made the movie Good Badminton to develop it. But only 1905 Badminton attracted much public attention. World Series held that year which brought Jack Purcell from Canada and Jess Willard of the United States. About 3000 spectators packed the building in Seattle, with Purcell won 15-7, 15-6, 15-9 in the match the best of five match. Enthusiasts were more and more, carrying around 20,000 U.S. players and this allows the establishment of factories kok own. In 1936 stood the American Badminton Association. The first championship was held the following year.

The development of badminton is fast becoming a world sport that requires the establishment of an international body. In the month of July 1934 established the International Badminton Federation (International Badminton Federation, IBF) with Great Britain (England, Ireland, Wales, and Scotland), Denmark, Canada, New Zealand, and France as the country's founder.

To the east, the developments in India was slower than in Malaya. State of this British colony forming Badminton Association of Malaya (Badminton Association of Malaya, now Malaysia, BAM) in 1934. Very rapid development in Malaya. In 1938 about 25,000 registered players, nearly half the number in Inggri time. Malaysia Badminton book, History and Struggle, written Dr. A. Fadzin Che Wan (Ensimal (M) Sdn Bhd 1993), tell it on initially played badminton at missionary schools located in Penang, Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur, Malacca, and Singapore. Recorded the game came in 1809 in Penang, with officials played by the East India Company (VOC's sort of English). In 1885 the employee's wife to play it in E & O Hotel in Penang this. Year 1920-1923 Sir George Thomas visit to Penang and get a game that was popular with the people there. Stand 1925 Penang Badminton Association.

Badminton was quickly spread to various parts of the country. 1930s the game became more popular with the return of students studying in the UK. In 1937 they had entered into Malaya and the Open Championship the same year they joined the IBF. When the Thomas Cup team championship was first held in 1948 the first Malayalah invaders. Malaya became the first player in All-England champion is Wong Peng Soon in 1950.

Thomas Cup itself is a contribution of Sir George Thomas in 1939 after the IBF agreed on the existence of a son of team competition. Unfortunately World War II prevented the implementation of the championship and can only take place in 1948. In the final at Queen's Hall in Preston fought three participants: Denmark who won the European zone (beat England 8-1), the United States, which won the American zone (beat Canada 8-1). And Malaya which represent the final straight to beat the U.S. Pacific zone 6-3 and Denmark meet in the final. Malaya won 8-1. Start the Asian dominance in this sport. Historically that has been held 22 times, not once did the country outside Asia to win the Thomas Cup. Indonesia became the usurper majority which is 13 times followed by Malaya / Malaysia five times and China four times.

This is different from what happened in the Uber Cup women team championship. In the competition to scramble from Betty Uber Cup which became effective in 1956, the United States became champion three times-three times that first championship. The rest, 16 times, the countries that reached Asialah. China's most lots with seven times, five times Japan, and Indonesia three times.

In the arena outside the arena perlandingan, badminton world body was split into two, the IBF and World Badminton Federation (WBF). This occurs during the height of the cold war between the West Block and East Block. In the fight world badminton organization, which spearheaded the Eastern Bloc People's Republic of China (PRC), formed as a rival WBF IBF. Indonesia, although beradadi East region are more inclined to the West Block but did not break with BlokTimur. Indonesia is active even in re-uniting the two organizations. Year 1981 was agreed WBF melt into one with the IBF.

Unity is what allows badminton developed a higher level: the Olympics. Although he became an exhibition sport at the Munich Olympics in 1972 (Indonesia Rudy Hartono was represented among others), but the new official branch in 1992 made the Olympics. The result: At the Barcelona Olympics that Indonesia pocketed two Olympic medals. This is Indonesia's first gold in the great arena of participation in sport since the 1948 Helsinki Olympics.

Another world-class arena matches should have its own records. Mixed team championships (sons and daughters) who started organized in 1989 under the name Mr Badminton Indonesia, Sudirman. When I first competed in Jakarta 1989, Indonesia was captured. After that China took home four times and three times Korea.

For the individual championship, the IBF world championship was first held in 1977 hosted by Sweden. At the championships in Malmoe, Indonesia only won one of the men's doubles title. New in 1980 when the championships take place in Jakarta, Indonesia to make separate notes: win all five numbers are contested. In the unofficial world championship All England, Indonesia also recorded one of his players as the record holder, Rudy Hartono title eight times, with seven times in a row in 1968 until 1976. He failed to score eight times in a row in 1975 because in the final defeat of Svend Pri of Denmark.

Now badminton has become the sports world. Quality permainanpun higher. One can not play anymore if you want to be the highest level. Asia is still dominated, but Europe, via Denmark in particular began to have a game pattern that is not much different from Asia. Asiapun must be vigilant.

Sumber: Sejarah Bulutangkis Indonesia (PB. PBSI 2004)