Broddi KRISTJANSSON

Biography
Birthday: 08/12/1960 (61)
Height: 185 cm

Broddi Kristjansson (born 8 December 1960) is a retired male badminton player from Iceland. After his retirement, he went onto win a gold medal at the BWF World Senior Championships in 2009.
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Win/Loss: 6-2 (Walkovers: 0-0)

All Matches:
*Ranks in brackets and marked with asterisk are unofficial
Category Round Rank* Player Score Player Rank* Duration
BWF World Senior Badminton Championships Katowice 2015   20/9/2015-26/9/2015
MD Round 2 - Thorsteinn Pall HAENGSSON / Broddi KRISTJANSSON 21-19 / 21-8 Patrick PERRAULT / Fabrice VALLET - 18
MD Round 3 - Thorsteinn Pall HAENGSSON / Broddi KRISTJANSSON 21-12 / 21-15 Thomas BUNN / Michael SCHNEIDER - 20
MD Quarter-final - Morten CHRISTENSEN / Martin Qvist OLESEN 21-13 / 21-14 Thorsteinn Pall HAENGSSON / Broddi KRISTJANSSON - 21
MS Round 2 - Broddi KRISTJANSSON 21-12 / 21-13 Victor MEDVEDEV - 18
MS Round 3 - Broddi KRISTJANSSON 21-12 / 22-20 Minoru UEJI - 22
MS Round 4 - Broddi KRISTJANSSON 21-9 / 21-14 Klaus BUSCHBECK - 20
MS Quarter-final - Broddi KRISTJANSSON 21-13 / 21-18 Geir Olve STORVIK - 24
MS Semi-final - CHANG Wen-Sung 21-15 / 21-12 Broddi KRISTJANSSON - 23

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Patrick PERRAULT / Fabrice VALLET 1 1 0 2015/9/22 2015/9/22
Thomas BUNN / Michael SCHNEIDER 1 1 0 2015/9/23 2015/9/23
Morten CHRISTENSEN / Martin Qvist OLESEN 1 0 1 2015/9/24 2015/9/24
Victor MEDVEDEV 1 1 0 2015/9/21 2015/9/21
Minoru UEJI 1 1 0 2015/9/22 2015/9/22
Klaus BUSCHBECK 1 1 0 2015/9/23 2015/9/23
Geir Olve STORVIK 1 1 0 2015/9/24 2015/9/24
CHANG Wen-Sung 1 0 1 2015/9/25 2015/9/25

MS

Tournament 1985 1989 1991 1992 1996 1998 Best
World Championships R2 - R3 - - - R3 ('91)
All England - - R1 - - R2(Q) R1 ('91)
Dutch Open - R2 - - - - R2 ('89)
Olympic Games - - - R1 - - R1 ('92)
European Championships - - - - R1 - R1 ('96)

MD

Tournament 1983 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1999 2000 2001 Best
World Championships R1 - - R3 - - - R2 R1 - R1 R3 ('93)
Swiss Open - - QF - R2 - R1 - - - - QF ('92)
Dutch Open - R1 - - - - - - - - - R1 ('91)
German Open - - - - - R2(Q) - - - - - R2(Q) ('95)
European Championships - - R3 - - - - - - R2 - R3 ('92)

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Tournament 1989 1994 1995 Best
World Championships R3 - R3 R3 ('89 '95)
Swiss Open QF - - QF ('89)
European Championships - R2 - R2 ('94)


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