German Junior Championships 2017
The German Junior Championships for age groups u15, u17 and u19 took place in Bad Vilbel from the 17th to 19th February.
Matthias Kicklitz, fully equipped by VICTOR, showed again the class of an upcoming star in badminton.
Matthias confidently reached the final in the category men's singles. He played against Aaron Sonnenschein normally showing up as his partner on the court. But this time they played against each other for the gold medal.
In this ... (more)
Latvian Badminton Championships 2017
At the beginning of February, the badminton championships took place in Talsi and were a great success for the VICTOR athletes.
18-years-old Niks Podosinoviks was hard to beat. He won the men's singles competition as well as the men's double competition with his partner Reinis Šefers.
Niks played really strong in the mixed doubles with his partner up to the semi-final and won bronze medal.
Una Berga, just 15 years of age, showed an impressive performance in ... (more)
Danish Badminton Championships 2017
The Danish Badminton Championships were held in Aarhus from the 2nd to 5th February.
Natalia Koch Rohde, fully equipped by VICTOR, played in the women's singles competition. She reached the semi-final in a high-class draw. Her rival was the later champion Mette Poulsen. She played a very good match but it was not yet enough for the triumph and the entry to the final. She lost 21-15 13-21 13-21 and has to be content with bronze.
In the men's doubles competition played ... (more)
Dutch Badminton Championships 2017
The Dutch Badminton Championships were held in Almere from the 3rd to 5th February.
Erik Meijs, fully equipped by VICTOR, came down with a cold into this tournament and was nevertheless able to reach the semi-final. He lost to the lately Dutch Champion Mark Caljouw with 11-21 8-21. However Mark could be happy about bronze.
Also Tamara van der Hoeven, fully equipped by VICTOR too, reached the women`s singles semi-final. The young Tamara lost the match witch 17-21 18-21 to ... (more)
Swiss Badminton Championships 2017
The Swiss Badminton Championships were held from the 4th to 5th February in the capital city Bern.Sabrina Jaquet, fully equipped by VICTOR, was again at the very top.
In the women's singles competition Jaquet played souvereign as the years before and could grap her 5th consecutive title. In the finals she won 21-19; 21-6 against Ayla Huser and took the gold medal.
In the women's doubles competition Jaquet mastered her roll as favourite too and won her 11th title ... (more)
Syed Modi International Badminton Championships 2017
The "Syed Modi International Championships" were held in the Indish town Lucknow from 24th to 29th January.
The VICTOR players accomplished great results and gained places on the podium.
The VICTOR double Fajar Afian and Muhammad Rian Ardianto reached the semi-final in the men's doubles.
There they played against the top seeded and later winners Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen from Denmark.. But Nevertheless,. The favorites had a lot tougher match than ... (more)
VICTOR Far East “Malaysia Masters” 2017
The VICTOR Far East Malaysia Masters 2017 were held in Sibu in the federal state Sarawak of Malaysia.
Goh Sze Fei and Nur Izzudin, fully equipped by VICTOR, made a big surprise in the men's doubles. Both players are only 19 years old and made their first final appearance at a "Grand Prix Gold"-tournament.
Also in the final, both gave one`s eyes teeth to win, but in the end, the experience took the win in the form of Berry Angriawan and Hardianto Hardianto from ... (more)
VICTOR with over 20% growth in 2016
After many years of double-digit growth, the year 2016 sticks out with over 20% growth.
"The demand for VICTOR products is unbroken dynamically", says executive director, Jan Beutler. The reasons are not only the strong increase in sponsored tournaments and world class players and teams world-wide, but also in the enlarged range with top products leading to Olympic titles and championships.
The current ladies' number one in the world, Tai Tzu Ying, is also fully ... (more)