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ريو دي جانيرو   2016
الألعاب النتائج الرياضات الفعاليات
ريو دي جانيرو   2016
#4 Badminton Singles
لندن   2012
الألعاب النتائج الرياضات الفعاليات
لندن   2012
#1
Badminton Singles
بكين   2008
الألعاب النتائج الرياضات الفعاليات
بكين   2008
#1
Badminton Singles
أثينا   2004
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أثينا   2004
#=17 Badminton Singles

Super Dan

LIN Dan

الصين
الريشة الطائرة 
If you play a match, then you have to give it all to beat the opponent; there is no such thing as playing against a great or a non-great player.”
القامة
177 سنتميتر / 5'10''
الوزن
70 كيلوجرام / 154 باوند
تاريخ الميلاد
14 أكتوبر 1983 Longyan, China, People's Republic of
الجنس
ذكر

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Possibly the greatest badminton player of all time was christened “Super Dan” way back in 2004. Just how great he was going to become over the next 16 years, nobody could imagine. The Longyan-born Chinese sportsman had completed the impossible sounding ’Super Grand Slam’ by the age of 28: winning all of the nine major badminton tournaments available – including the Olympic Games, World Championships, World Cup and other ‘majors’ of the sport. He remains the only player, male or female, to achieve the feat.

He has been world champion five times: Madrid 2006, Kuala Lumpur 2007, Hyderabad 2009, London 2011 and Guangzhou 2013, but his greatest moments came at the Olympic Games.

In his home nation for Beijing 2008, Dan became a national superstar. He got through to a final against his big rival Lee Chong Wei, from Malaysia, who he demolished 21-12, 21-8. The home crowd went wild to salute one of their heroes of the Games.

Four years later, he repeated the feat. He once again faced the brilliant Lee in the final – and lost the first game of the gold medal match, too – but showed extraordinary courage and power to blast back and retain his Olympic title. He was the first male athlete to manage the feat.

Dan is exceptionally fit, and despite being 36 as Tokyo 2020 approaches, is desperate to have a crack at winning what would be a historic third title. Despite slumping in the rankings, he is as driven as ever. “Qualifying to the Tokyo Olympics is my biggest challenge,” he said recently. “I will continue to do my best and try to get better results out of competitions.

“All I’ve done and what I will endeavour to keep doing in training and competitions is to try to qualify for Tokyo. Knowing the journey will be extremely difficult, I will try as hard as I can.” Whether he makes it or not, Super Dan will always be a legend of his sport.

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