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the level of play at the Champion Nyl CPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPB CPB Badminton Open has Yakura, Canada’s topbeen steadily increasing and ranked women’s doubles BPCBPCBPCBPCBpetitive PCBlevel, PCatthis Ba Pfairly C B P C B P C B P C B P C B P C maintained compair and Olympians Charyear’s tourmaine Reid and Nicole nament was the inauguration Grether, and 2010 Youth OlymCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPB of a sixth badminton event. In pian Tracy Wong. With over addition to the men’s and 450 matches played over the BPCBPCBPCBPCBmixed PCBevents, Psingles, CBa Pdoubles, C B P C B P C B P C B P C B P C women’s and two days, players and spectarecreational tors alike were treated to some doubles event was added that very exciting and extraordiCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPB was designed to encourage nary matches! recreational players to take Of course, the tournament BPCBPCBPCBPCBpart PCinBthisPCcommunity BPCBevent PCBwould PCBnotPhave CBbeen PCthe BPC in what, for many of them, success that it was without was their first badminton the immense support of the CPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPB tournament. Some of the badminton community as well top players who decided to as long-time sponsor Black BPCBPCBPCBPCBparticipate PCBPinCBPCBPCBKnight, PCBandPCGold BPSponsors CBPBadC the 10th anminton Birds, Panago Pizza, and niversary of Lemongrass. During the tournaCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPB the CPB Badment, players were treated to two full days of prizes, food, and comBPCBPCBPCBPCBOmPiCpn BtePo nnCBPCBPCBpetition PCBinPaCvery BPsocial CBand PCfun included environment. 2011 Junior CPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPB N a ti o n a l Kwok Wai Chan BPCBPCBPCBPCBDCPorCuoBbwPl neCBPCBPCB2011 PCBCPBTournament PBadminton CBPCCo-chair BPC Open CPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPBCPB

The CPB Badminton Open remains to be one of the most anticipated tournaments of the year. It has a long history of providing a fun and social atmosphere where badminton players can come together to compete, reacquaint with old friends, and also make new ones. This year, the Mississauga Board of Chinese Professionals and Businesses (CPB) hosted the event at the University of Toronto, Mississauga campus. Over 230 players registered for the 2-day events, making it the largest CPB tournament to date. This year, players travelled from as far away as Ottawa, Thunder Bay, and even outside of Canada to participate! Because

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the Shuttler magazine - Volume 2 Issue 2  

The official magazine of Badminton Ontario

the Shuttler magazine - Volume 2 Issue 2  

The official magazine of Badminton Ontario

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