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Indonesia Open: Saina made to sweat in first round
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Indonesia Open: Saina made to sweat in first round

Jun 11 2013, 9:06am CDT | by

Jakarta, June 11 (IANS) Defending champion Saina Nehwal overcame a fighting Lindaweni Fanetri to make a winning start at the Indonesia Open Superseries Premier badminton event here Tuesday.

Jakarta, June 11 — Defending champion Saina Nehwal overcame a fighting Lindaweni Fanetri to make a winning start at the Indonesia Open Superseries Premier badminton event here Tuesday. World No.2...

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Indonesia Open: Saina made to sweat in first round

Jun 11 2013, 9:06am CDT | by

Jakarta, June 11 (IANS) Defending champion Saina Nehwal overcame a fighting Lindaweni Fanetri to make a winning start at the Indonesia Open Superseries Premier badminton event here Tuesday.

Jakarta, June 11 — Defending champion Saina Nehwal overcame a fighting Lindaweni Fanetri to make a winning start at the Indonesia Open Superseries Premier badminton event here Tuesday.

World No.2 Nehwal got past her 14th-ranked Indonesian opponent 21-17, 27-29, 21-13 in a match lasting one hour thirteen minutes.

Saina, who is eyeing her fourth title here, faces Japan's World No.24 Sayaka Takahashi in the second round Wednesday.

The Indian mixed doubles pairing of Ashwini Ponnappa and Tarun Kona also advanced to second round beating the local duo of Praveen Jordan and Vita Marissa 21-18, 14-21, 25-23.

They next play Poland's Robert Mateusiak and Nadiezda Zieba.

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SURFING Presents: Swamp Duck

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Swamp Duck. It’s here. Now. Live. For free. Forever. It’s the latest masterpiece from Jimmy Lees and it features Julian Wilson, Dusty Payne and Lee Wilson at Lakey Peak on Sumbawa, Indonesia. The trip — in its seemingly boundless glory — graced our Issue 1, 2015 with a lovely photo of Julian on the cover. The edit — in its definitely boundless glory — now graces the pixel space just north of here. It’s a glimpse into what high performa ...
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No Edit // Indonesia // 6:24

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The No Edit crew travels through Indo, eats some reef and runs from lazer-zapping rocks. The post No Edit // Indonesia // 6:24 appeared first on SURFING Magazine. ...
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Flush: Indonesia - Derek Peters and Lee Wilson putting on a clinic

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Two eclectic surfers in Indonesia. Two above-average rippers that don’t mind taking it to the air or deep into the barrel. From Keramas to Nias, the shredding that follows is worth 8 minutes of your time. The post Flush: Indonesia appeared fi ...
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6 weeks ago

Kyle Galtes // Indonesia // 4:18

Nov 3 2014 3:51pm CST | Source: Surfing - the Magazine

Surfing well, believe it or not, is a difficult thing to do. But it may be easy to think otherwise when watching this new edit from Kyle Galtes. The lobster of Kauai recently spent some time in Indonesia, and here’s an edit of him not looking like he’s even trying during five session at Lakey Peak. He is unofficially the Official Joel Parkinson of Above the Lip. The post Kyle Galtes // Indonesia // 4:18 appear ...
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7 weeks ago

Indonesian Soccer Game Featured Five Own Goals in Final Four Minutes

Oct 30 2014 2:20pm CDT | Source: The Big Lead

Here’s a story that everyone who frequents American-based sports blogs can’t stop talking about — the Indonesia soccer match between PSS Sleman and PSIS Semarang last week. At this rate, the next time the two teams play ESPN is going to do a live, 24-hour pregame show outside the stadium. Jokes aside, the match is making headlines around the globe for some weird circumstances in the games final minutes. L ...
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For JBLM soldiers, three months in Asia present challenges unlike war zones

Oct 30 2014 1:44pm CDT | Source: the news tribune

Stryker troops teach and learn from allies in Indonesia, Malaysia and Japan — and get first taste of crocodile.Click to Con ...
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7 weeks ago

Teams score five own goals as they both try to lose

Oct 28 2014 12:05pm CDT | Source: SBNation

A match in Indonesia finished 3-2, but not a single goal was scored in the correct net. All five tallies were own goals as both teams tried to lose the match. PSS Sleman beat PSIS Semarang in the match, much to their dismay. The winner of the match would have to play Pusamania Borneo FC, a team that is apparently backed by the mafia, so neither team wanted to win. That is what let to the own goal fest. The most am ...
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7 weeks ago

FIGC set to prosecute Sampdoria president

Oct 28 2014 9:20am CDT | Source: forzitalianfootball

The FIGC are reportedly set to hold a trial against Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero for his words against Inter president Erick Thohir. The Samp president is reportedly being prosecuted for his words against Inter president Erick Thohir, following the resignation of longtime Nerazzurri president Massimo Moratti. “It is unfair that Moratti has left the club like that,” he told Radio Sprint. “I feel very sorry for him. “I told him not to sell the club to the Filipi ...
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7 weeks ago

5 Own Goals Scored in the Same Match as Both Teams Try to Lose

Oct 28 2014 8:45am CDT | Source: Bleacher Report

The above footage comes from Indonesia where a match finished 3-2 with all five of the goals being own goals.  However, this was no accident, as both teams were reportedly trying to lose the match to avoid an unwanted fixture. PSS Sleman’s beat PSIS Semarang 3-2 in the match and will now face Pusamania Borneo FC , who, according to 101 Great Goals,  are "a team known to be backed by the Indonesian mafia." The website explains why both sides were looking to l ...
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7 weeks ago

Shocking! 5 own goals scored in Indonesia match as both teams try to lose!

Oct 28 2014 6:49am CDT | Source: 101 great goals

We often receive tip offs about stories from the many fans of 101 Great Goals around the globe.In this case, we have been inundated with emails urging us to look into the events surrounding PSS Sleman’s 3-2 win over PSIS Semarang in an Indonesia cup match on Sunday.Both teams were trying to avoid playing an encounter against Pusamania Borneo FC – a team known to be backed by the Indonesian mafia.The clash between PSS Sleman and PSIS Sem ...
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