E Badminton is happy to announce that EBC's Jason Ho-Shue have been placed as number 1 in the 2017 year-end Commonwealth Games Cup Standing! This means that Jason is the best competitive badminton player, in his discipline, in the entire commonwealth system!
In recognition of Jason's success and hard work, the Commonwealth Cup Funding Program has awarded him with a sponsorship in hopes of pushing the commonwealth country's brightest athletes to greater results in the future!
Thank you to Yonex Canada, Badminton Canada, and the Commonwealth Games Cup for making this possible!
EBC MAKES CANADIAN BADMINTON HISTORY
🔥6 EBC athletes compete in the Thomas & Uber Cup Finals.
🔥In an unprecedented move, on behalf of Team Canada, EBC athletes earn positions in Quarter Finals.
On May 20th, 2018, E Badminton Training Centre makes Canadian badminton history by having six of our athletes qualify in the 2018 Thomas and Uber Cup Finals. No badminton club in Canadian history has been able to match this feat. 😎
On May 24th, 2018, E Badminton contributes to Canadian badminton history again. This day marks the first time in history that a Canadian badminton team earns quarter final positions in the Thomas and Uber Cup Finals. Three E Badminton players, representing Canada's best, wore the Canadian flag in quarter finals. 🇨🇦️💪
The Thomas & Uber Cup Finals are attended by the best badminton athletes in the world, including the majority of 2016 Olympic badminton medallists. 🏆
🥇(7), 🥈(2), 🥉(6)
Canada’s most elite junior athletes competed in the finals of the 2018 Junior National Championship today🏆. E Badminton athletes played fiercely, earned 15 medals in total😎🤩😮. The entire E Badminton community is incredibly proud of all of our athletes who competed. Great job💪!
Special recognition goes to Brian Yang and Katie Ho-Shue for earning TRIPPLE (GOLD) CROWN in U19👑👑👑. Their impressive performance earned E Badminton the U19 Junior Nationals Banner for this competition year🏆. E Badminton’s Shreya Srikanth and Brian Yang also won the Sportsmanship and Fair Play Awards. Amazing accomplishments🎖️🎉!
Congratulations to the following athletes for their legendary results!
🥇GOLD – U19 Boys Singles – Brian Yang
🥇GOLD – U19 Girls Singles – Katie Ho-Shue
🥇GOLD – U19 Boys Doubles – Brian Yang
🥇GOLD – U19 Girls Doubles – Katie Ho-Shue
🥇GOLD – U19 Girls Doubles – Eliana Zhang
🥇GOLD – U19 Mixed Doubles – Brian Yang
🥇GOLD – U19 Mixed Doubles – Katie Ho-Shue
🥈SILVER – U15 Mixed Doubles – Chloe Hoang
🥈SILVER – U23 Women’s Doubles – Giselle Chan
🥉BRONZE – U19 Mixed Doubles – Eliana Zhang
🥉BRONZE – U15 Girls Singles – Chloe Hoang
🥉BRONZE – U19 Girls Singles – Eliana Zhang
🥉BRONZE – U17 Boys Doubles – Minh Cheng
🥉BRONZE – U15 Mixed Doubles – Minh Cheng
🥉BRONZE – U15 Boys Singles – Minh Cheng
Congratulations to Eliana Zhang for earning the title of female athlete of the year 🏆 at the 45th Gala Sports Quebec!
This is a historical moment for the sport of badminton, as Eliana is the first badminton athlete to win the award in the female athlete of the year category🤗. The sport of badminton has appeared only two other times in the Gala, in 1998 and 2015, in different categories.
Congratulations Eliana🤩😁! Keep up the hard work💪; the entire E Badminton community is incredibly proud of your success👏!
Amazing job Brian Yang for being the only Canadian 🇨🇦️representative qualifying for the 2018 Youth Olympics in the sport of badminton🤾♂️.
The youth Olympics is one of the most competitive and prestigious junior sport tournaments in the world💪, accepting 32 badminton athletes and a maximum of two athletes per term per country. Brian is the only badminton athlete in Canada who qualifies🤩.
"Brian Yang is a Canadian promise. He currently occupies place 14 in BWF Junior Ranking, reaching location 9 in the YOG standings. Brian is the last U19 Pan-American champion and has participated in the last Pan Am Championships reaching the 2018 Thomas Cup classification. He also won gold medal at the Canadian Junior International 2018, XI Suriname International 2017 and IV Guatemala Junior International 2017."
SIX E Badminton athletes have qualified to represent Canada in the 2018 Thomas and Uber Cup Finals🏆! What an accomplishment🎉! Our athletes are extremely pumped for this event, as it is one of the largest annual international tournaments🌍. This year, the tournament will be hosted in Bangkok, Thailand.
Best of luck🤗😁 to the following E Badminton athletes:
Jon Lai, Brian Yang, Jason Ho-Shue, Rachel Honderich, Michelle Tong, Catherine Choi.
The entire E Badminton community is very excited in anticipation of your performance during these events.
EBC Medals: 🥇(2), 🥈(3)
Terrific job🤩 from Team Canada, earning 4 GOLD and 4 SILVER in total at the 2018 Pan American Championships - Individual Events🏸. The Pan American Championships is the most competitive💪 and renowned championship in America.
E Badminton contributed to this success, as its athletes earned 2 GOLDS🥇🥇 and 3 SILVERS🥈🥈🥈! Amazing job 🤗EBC competitors! We are extremely proud of your results.
Congratulations to the following E Badminton athletes:
🥇GOLD, Women's Doubles - Rachel Honderich
🥇GOLD, Men's Doubles - Jason Ho-Shue
🥈SILVER, Women's Singles - Rachel Honderich
🥈SILVER, Men's Singles - Jason Ho-Shue
🥈SILVER, Women's Doubles - Michelle Tong
This weekend, E Badminton's Jason Ho-Shue, Michelle Tong, Rachel Honderich, Brian Yang, and Jon Lai will be representing Canada🇨🇦️ in the 2018 Pan Am Championships. Historically, Canada has performed incredibly well in the Pan American Games in the sport of 🏸Badminton🏆. E Badminton is cheering on our athletes to continue this tradition by emerging victorious during the championships🎊🤩!
Over the past three days, several of E Badminton's junior athletes competed in the Provincial A Championships at the Pan Am Centre🏆. Our athletes fought hard, many of them defeating opponents they struggled against in the previous year💪. We are incredibly proud of all of E Badminton's athletes who competed in the championship; great work🤩!
Congratulations 🎊to the following athletes:
🥇GOLD U15 Boys Singles - Minh Cheng
🥈SILVER U11 Boys Doubles - Ryan Huang
🥈SILVER U17 Boys Doubles - Minh Cheng
🥈SILVER U15 Mixed Doubles - Minh Cheng
🥉BRONZE U13 Boys Doubles - Eric Xie
🥉BRONZE U11 Mixed Doubles - Ryan Huang
🥉BRONZE U15 Mixed Doubles - Chloe Hoang
Team Canada earns 5th in the 2018 Common Wealth Games after losing 3-1 to Malaysia, one of the strongest teams in the World.
E Badminton's Jason Ho-Shue makes it to Quarter Finals in individual events.