On the afternoon 14, April 2019, the finals of 5 contents of men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles of Ciputra Hanoi International Badminton took place. The biggest annual badminton tournament is co-organized by Hanoi Badminton Federation, Hanoi Department of Culture and Sport and funded by Ciputra Hanoi International City (Ciputra Hanoi) since 2009 up to now.
The Ciputra Hanoi Vietnam Challenge International Badminton Championship 2019 funded by Ciputra Hanoi International City since 2009 up to now.
The Vietnam Challenge International Badminton Championship 2019 was held with the ever-largest scale, there were 18 countries and territories registered with 292 athletes participating in the competition. The total prize money of the Vietnam Challenge 2019 25,000 USD, were given to all the outstanding winners of the tournament including Japan, Indonesia, Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia and Thailand.
The most special thing in this year’s tournament is that the Indonesian team had a miraculous breakthrough and won the championship of 3 out of 5 contents of the championship, not including the other silver and other bronze medals that the Indonesian winners won at the tournament. With an excellent record in this year’s tournament, Indonesian badminton players will improve their rankings on the World Badminton Federation’s overall table and will win many plus points to attend the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The remaining teams are all strong brands at the Ciputra Hanoi Vietnam Challenge International Badminton Championship over the years.
Ciputra Hanoi is known as the FIRST and BEST international township in Hanoi, with modern synchronous infrastructure system, as part of Hanoi’s master plan. Designed in the style of eco-green living with 77ha of green trees and water surface with low construction density, Ciputra Hanoi is the most livable urban area with integrated service and utility infrastructure such as culinary sports complex and Ciputra Club entertainment, system of convenience stores, international schools, meet the needs of the community of 8,000 international residents from over 70 countries. Besides urban investment and development, we also actively contribute to the social development of Vietnam.
One of these positive contributions is the financial support for Badminton Hanoi in particular and Vietnam Badminton in general from the early years of developing the urban project Ciputra Hanoi and becoming a traditional partner to accompany with International Challenge Badminton system in Vietnam.
Let’s take a look at some pictures of The Ciputra Hanoi Vietnam Challenge International Badminton Championship 2019: