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Badminton - Olympics: Day 6

Chris and Gabby Adcock of Great Britain or Team GB (R) compete against Ma Jin and Xu Chen of China in the badminton Mixed Doubles on Day 6 of the 2016 Rio Olympics at Riocentro - Pavilion 4 on August 12, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


Chris and Gabby Adcock of Great Britain or Team GB compete against Ma Jin and Xu Chen of China in the badminton Mixed Doubles. 59 | Best Photos From The Rio Olympics


Great Britain team member robbed in Rio

Daily Life #1: The video above shows us all about cricket. The national sport is cricket. It is played with teams of 11 people. They play with a small ball and a paddle. To get runs (points) you need to switch places with another batter. The most popular sport is Football (Soccer). It is played just like soccer here in america. There are many teams and clubs but many people just play for fun.

Pearce feeds promising Team GB badminton partnership to ‘peckish’ footballers: Under-fire Great Britain coach Stuart Pearce has insisted that it was a ‘sensible footballing decision’ for his squad to kill, cook and eat badminton partners Chris Adcock and Imogen Bankier after a less than satisfactory evening meal in the Olympic Village.

Great Britain's Farah recovers from fall to win Amazing Video: China 2008 - The Beijing Olympic Games By [ D Ramon Summer Olympics will be held in Beijing China from August 8 through August 24 2008. Chinas Olympiad is a great sports event. However besides the great muscle and intelligence needed to succeed in Chinas Olympic games there are other achievements which will precede this gigantic event. Large architectural pieces will be the Beijing National Stadium…

The Lake at Badminton. Britain’s status as world leader in eventing owes everything to Badminton. In 1949, the 10th Duke of Beaufort, mortified by the home team’s feeble showing in the 1948 Olympics, started it on his estate to train riders. It embodies our unrivalled tradition of using the great country houses as backdrops. ‘Red [flag] on right, white on left, insanity in the middle’ (Anon)

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Team GB’s Chris Langridge and Marcus Ellis win bronze at Rio 2016

Marcus Ellis, left, and Chris Langridge of Great Britain on their way to Olympic bronze in the doubles against China’s Chai Biao and Hong Wei.