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Badminton PyeongChang Olympics Schedule: Most awaiting sporting event of this year PyeongChang Olympics 2018 will begins on 5th August with a grand opening ceremony and will completed the fabulous journey on 21th with a exceptional closing ceremony in Brazil.

PyeongChang Olympics 2018 Badminton Schedule


Well people from around the world are very keen to watch these games as this event provide lot's of entertainment and happiness to the the crowd. Fans from whole world get together in these games as 206 nations will take participate in PyeongChang Olympics, all over 42 games will be played on in this biggest sporting event and we are here today to provide you information of one these 42 games Badminton.

Badminton Schedule PyeongChang Olympics 2018:

August 11 Olympics (Thursday):

  • Men's singles, Group play(4:30 PM)
  • Women's Singles, Group play(4:30 PM)
  • men's Doubles, Group play(4:30 PM)
  • Women's Doubles, Group Play(4:30 PM)
  • Mixed Doubles, Group Play (4;30 pm For all above events)
  • Men's singles, Group play ( 12:00 AM )
  • Women's Singles, Group play ( 12:00 AM )
  • men's Doubles, Group play ( 12:00 AM )
  • Women's Doubles, Group Play ( 12:00 AM )
  • Mixed Doubles, Group Play ( 12:00 AM )

August 12 Olympics (Friday)

  • Men's singles, Group play(4:30 PM)
  • Women's Singles, Group play(4:30 PM)
  • men's Doubles, Group play(4:30 PM)
  • Women's Doubles, Group Play(4:30 PM)
  • Mixed Doubles, Group Play(4:30 PM)
  • Men's singles, Group play ( 12:00 AM )
  • Women's Singles, Group play ( 12:00 AM )
  • men's Doubles, Group play ( 12:00 AM )
  • Women's Doubles, Group Play ( 12:00 AM )
  • Mixed Doubles, Group Play (12:00 AM)

August 13 Olympics (Saturday)

  • Men's singles, Group play(4:30 pm)
  • Women's Singles, Group play(4:30 pm)
  • men's Doubles, Group play(4:30 pm)
  • Women's Doubles, Group Play(4:30 pm)
  • Mixed Doubles, Group Play (4:30 pm)
  • Men's singles, Group play(12:00 am)
  • Women's Singles, Group play(12:00 am)
  • men's Doubles, Group play(12:00 am)
  • Women's Doubles, Group Play(12:00 am)
  • Mixed Doubles, Group Play (12:00 am)

August 14 Olympics (Sunday)

  • Men's singles, Group play(4:30 pm)
  • Women's Singles, Group play (4:30 pm)
  • Men's singles, Group play(12:00 am)
  • Women's Singles, Group play (12:00 am)

August 15 Olympics (Monday)

  • Men's singles, round of 16(5:00 pm)
  • Women's Doubles, quarterfinals(5:00 pm)
  • Men's doubles, quarterfinals (5:00 pm)
  • Men's singles, round of 16(2:00 am)
  • Women's singles, round of 16(2:00 am)
  • Mixed doubles, semifinals(2:00 am)

August 16 Olympics (Tuesday)

  • Men's doubles, semifinals(5:00 pm)
  • Women's doubles, semifinals (5:00 pm)
  • Women's singles, quarterfinals(2:00 am)
  • Mixed doubles, Bronze medal match (2:00 am)

August 17 Olympics (Wednesday)

  • Men's singles, quarterfinals(5:00 pm)
  • Mixed doubles, Gold medal match (5:00 pm)

August 18 Olympics (Thursday)

  • Women's singles, semifinals(5:00 pm)
  • Women's doubles, Bronze Medal match(5:00 pm)
  • Women's doubles, Gold medal match(5:00 pm)
  • men's doubles, Bronze Medal match (5:00 pm)

August 19 Olympics (Friday)

  • Men's singles, Semifinals match(5:00 pm)
  • Women's singles, Bronze Medal match(5:00 pm)
  • Women's singles, Gold Medal match(5:00 pm)
  • Men's doubles, Gold Medal Match(5:00 pm)

August 20 Olympics (Saturday)

  • Men's singles, Bronze Medal Match(5:00 pm)
  • Men's singles, Gold Medal match(5:00 pm)
So this is the full schedule of Badminton in PyeongChang Olympics brace yourself as this will be the ultimate experience as world's best players will players will take on each other in all the events of Badminton.
As a Indian we are waiting for a Gold Medal in Badminton as some of the Indian players are doing really well in this game, So don't forget to watch all these event live.
Stay tune in for more updates on PyeongChang Olympics 2018. If you have any queries about Badminton PyeongChang Olympics 2018 Schedule, Feel free to ask via comments. 

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  1. Ideally I would like to be present at another Olympic venue. There is something mystical, magical, awe inspiring and infectious about being at the Summer Games.
    The impact remains with you not just long after the mega event has concluded but is with you forever. The excitement preceding each event, the overwhelming decision making choices of which venue you'd like to be most at a given time and on and on. The culture exposure to me with the range of food choices and documenting special moments, and there's a lot of them, are all part of the uniqueness of this experience.
    Too bad the contamination, lack of full preparedness and the Zika virus scare put off a lot of people coming from across the pond etc. Both participants as well as spectators/fans hesitated before making the commitment, especially financially.
    These events have been known to tap into people's savings in a way as to set them back a few years even. Some people have to sacrifice other purchases and commitments. Wow!
    That says a lot for the status of the Olympics and what it means to some. Yet not important to some others, simply because it presents challenges that put it simply out of reach in many ways.
    It's just not a priority, that's all. Maybe one day they'll give themselves an opportunity. It's even one of the things listed on people's bucket list.

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