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2014 Second Youth Olympic Games,17 Aug 2014 - 28 Aug 2014, Nanjing, CHN
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Defensive Qualities Prevail, Yuto Muramatsu Guides Japan to Team Final

08/23/2014 2014 Second Youth Olympic Games,17 Aug 2014 - 28 Aug 2014, Nanjing, CHN

Hong Kong stretched Japan the full distance in their semi-final duel in the Team event at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games on the morning of Saturday 23rd but once again, as with previous adversaries, the defensive skills of Yuto Muramatsu proved the stumbling block.

He sparked the Japanese recovery by beating Hung Ka Tak (11-2, 11-5, 11-4), allowing his adversary just eleven points; the same number that Doo Hoi Kem had granted Miyu Kato in the opening match of the fixture, to give Hong Kong the early advantage (11-3, 11-5, 11-3).

Two comprehensive results in the opening gambit; the doubles was quite the opposite; it was a tense nervous affair that went the full five games distance (11-7, 6-11, 11-7, 10-12, 11-4).
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Olympic Effect; Thailand at New Level, Never Achieved Before Achieved in Nanjing

08/22/2014 2014 Second Youth Olympic Games,17 Aug 2014 - 28 Aug 2014, Nanjing, CHN

Padasak Tanviriyavechakul sank to floor; he had achieved what he had never achieved before and that success came immediately after his colleague, Tamolwan Khetkhuan had done exactly the same.

On the evening of Friday 22nd August in front of a 4,000 strong crowd at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games Thailand produced the performance of the day, they caused the biggest upset.

The no.12 seeds, they beat the Chinese Taipei duo of Yang Heng-Wei and Chiu Ssu-Hua, the no.4 seeds, by two matches to nil to book their place in the penultimate round.
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Japan and Hong Kong Book Penultimate Round Places in Style

08/22/2014 2014 Second Youth Olympic Games,17 Aug 2014 - 28 Aug 2014, Nanjing, CHN

Impressively Japan and Hong Kong, the respective second and third seeded outfits in the Team event at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games , booked their places in the semi-final stage and thus kept medal hopes alive.

Both recorded two match to nil victories on the early evening of Friday 22nd August.

Represented by Yuto Muramatsu and Miyu Kato, Japan accounted for the Europe “2” combination of Sweden’s Elias Ranefur and Israel’s Nicole Trosman, the no.13 seeds.....
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Earlier Form Maintained, Thai Pairing Book Quarter-Final Place

08/22/2014 2014 Second Youth Olympic Games,17 Aug 2014 - 28 Aug 2014, Nanjing, CHN

First place in their group against expectations, the Thailand combination of Padasak Tanviriyavechakul and Tamolwan Khetkhuan continued their good form in the first round of the Team event at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games on Friday 22nd August.

The no.12 seeds, they had remained unbeaten in their group, finishing ahead of the Croatian partnership formed by Tomislav Pucar and Lea Rakovac, the no.6 seeds.

In the opening round they caused Europe more pain; they recorded a two-one victory against the German duo of Kilian Ort and Wan Yuan, the no.11 seeds.....
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Total Harmony, Elias Ranefur and Nicole Trosman Cause First Round Upset

08/22/2014 2014 Second Youth Olympic Games,17 Aug 2014 - 28 Aug 2014, Nanjing, CHN

Second place in the group stage of proceedings in the Team event at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games , the partnership of Sweden’s Elias Ranefur and Israel’s Nicole Trosman upset the order merit as matters commenced in the morning of Friday 22nd August.

The no.13 seeds, named Europe “2”; one day earlier they had won the crucial doubles contest against the United States pairing of Krishnateja Avvari and Lily Zhang to secure their place in the main draw.

One day later they repeated the feat overcoming the Latin America “1” partnership of Brazil’s Hugo Calderano and Uruguay’s Maria Pia Lorenzotti, the no.5 seeds, in the first round to book their place in the last eight.
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Looking Over the Precipice German Duo Back from the Brink

08/21/2014 2014 Second Youth Olympic Games,17 Aug 2014 - 28 Aug 2014, Nanjing, CHN

The situation was quite simple; if Germany was to progress to the main draw they had to win their concluding fixture in the group stage of the Team event at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games .

Furthermore, they had to win by three matches to nil to secure second place. Any other result and it was third place.

Under the most extreme pressure and from the very brink of defeat Kilian Ort and Wan Yuan overcame the Europe “3” partnership of Switzerland’s Elia Schmid and Italy’s Giorgia Piccolin without the loss of an individual match to secure their place in the main draw.....
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Swede Responds to Handball Support, European Duo Secures Main Draw Place

08/21/2014 2014 Second Youth Olympic Games,17 Aug 2014 - 28 Aug 2014, Nanjing, CHN

Urged forward by members of his country’s handball team; Sweden’s Elias Ranefur guided Europe “2” to victory over the United States in the Team event, at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games on the early evening of Thursday 21st August.

Not only did he guide his team to victory; he guided his team to second position in the group and thus a place in the main draw.

After Israel’s Nicole Trosman had suffered defeat at the hands of Lily Zhang (11-2, 11-8, 11-8); Elias Ranefur beat Krishnateja Avvari (11-9, 11-6, 9-11, 11-8), before partnering Nicole Trosman to doubles success (11-9, 11-7, 11-7).
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