Mia BLICHFELDT. Badminton. Geschlecht. Frau. Medaillenanzahl. 0 Olympische Medaillen. Olympische Spiele. 0 Olympische Spiele. Mia Blichfeldt, Solrød, Roskilde, Denmark. Gefällt Mal · 16 Personen sprechen darüber. This is the OFFICIAL fan-site of badminton player Mia. Die neuesten Tweets von Mia Blichfeldt (@miablichfeldt). Consultant @TaenketankenDEA // education, research, innovation and @SP_Inno // serviceinnovation.
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Mia Blichfeldt Navigationsmenu VideoG1 - WS - Mia BLICHFELDT (DEN) vs. Chloe BIRCH (ENG) - BWF 2019 Mia Blichfeldt previous match was against Michelle Li. in Denmark Open , WS, match ended with result 0 - 2 (Michelle Li. won the match). Mia Blichfeldt fixtures tab is showing last Badminton matches with statistics and win/lose icons. There are also all Mia Blichfeldt scheduled matches that they are going to play in the future. Subscribe to the channel: hotelollantaytambo.com hotelollantaytambo.com is the official live channel of the Badminton World Federation (BWF), where we br. Mia Blichfeldt (born 19 August ) is a Danish badminton player. She won the gold medals at the European Junior Championships in the girls' singles event, and later at the Minsk European Games in the women's singles event. Mia Blichfeldt | Region Hovedstaden, Danmark | Danish Agency for Digitisation, Ministry of Finance | + forbindelser | Se hele profilen for Mia på LinkedIn, og opret forbindelse. Mia Blichfeldt is the latest world-class badminton player to roll off the Danish production line. Over the years, the north European nation has consistently provided the biggest threat to Asia's domination of the sport.
Then you put on weight because you don't practise as you used do and you do more lifts in the gym. Then we started on a new diet plan and I've been following that since so now I'm better at controlling my meals and knowing what's important for me to eat before I play.
OC: What did you feel when you won your first tournament, the Dutch Open in ? MB: It was a relief. And I was alone for the whole week, I had no coach.
I knew I had to put time for the preparation and had to control myself. It was just an amazing week, it was nice! How did they inspire you?
MB: I think Viktor is very inspiring. He's going his own way and I've been thinking a lot about that. It's important that you do the right things for yourself and take the right decisions for yourself.
OC: Viktor is quite active on social media, he's built his own brand, Youtube channel. He's learned Chinese. Have you thought about doing the same?
MB: Yes, I have been thinking about learning Chinese but don't think the timing is quite good right now because there is a lot of travelling and Olympic qualification has just started.
OC: When you are in Asia, do you have the feeling that you are more popular there than in Europe? OC: Are you recognised out on the street in Asia or when you go out for a meal?
MB: Sometimes people have asked me on the street if they can have a picture or autograph and I was, 'Yes, of course you can.
It's nice. I think Carolina is very nice and she's very cool. She's definitely one who goes her own way and I think it's very inspiring and her spirit on court is always good.
All the Asian girls are also very good, but they do it in a different way and I really like the way Carolina does her thing.
OC: What do you think has made her so successful in what's not a 'European' sport? MB: It must be her mental power. I think she's very strong mentally.
She knows what she wants, and she's a huge fighter. MB: I think I am but sometimes it depends on situation. I think it's very difficult to play against them.
You can't make many mistakes. OC: Apart from Marin, the top of the rankings are dominated by Asian players. Why is there such a big gap in terms of the number of top players?
MB: I think badminton is just a bigger sport in Asia. There's not so good an environment in all countries in Europe.
There is a lot of other badminton players who play in Denmark because we have the academies and very good coaches.
OC: Have you thought about going to Asia for a training camp like judokas go to Japan to learn new techniques? MB: I think it would be nice to try but I'm very happy with our system and I think our coaches are doing a very good job.
And we have so many good players in the national centre so we have each other and help other. OC: Outside of badminton, is there a sportsperson that has inspired you?
MB: I think Caroline Wozniacki is a huge inspiration. She's also Danish and she's really one of her kind.
She has been doing her own thing and walking her own way and doing what's right for her and I think that's very inspiring. MB: I like being creative, painting and drawing.
I draw abstract things and colour them. MB: I really like Kuala Lumpur. I think it's very nice. I just love to explore the world and I'm very grateful that I can see the whole world when I'm doing the thing I love most.
MB: I would dream to be still playing badminton, in a higher level, and maybe I will be one of those who will fight for an Olympic medal in MB: If I qualify, it would be a big experience for me.
I will have to learn a lot from it and hopefully I will still be able to push the best players and see how far I can go.
MB: Top 10 or top five, definitely. That would be so nice. And I think If I keep working hard and believe in myself, I will get there.
Toggle navigation. Mia Blichfeldt born 19 August is a Danish badminton player. She made her international debut in , representing her country at the , , World Junior Championships , and Summer Youth Olympics.
She won the gold medal at the European Junior Championships in the girls' singles event, also helps the team took the bronze. At the age of sixteen, she claimed her first international title at the Norwegian International beating top seeded Olga Golovanova of Russia in the final.
In , she reached the final of the Scottish Open but lost in the final to host player Kirsty Gilmour with a score of 21—23, 12— In , Blichfeldt reached the semi-finals of the European Championships , but her steps were stopped by the host player who was also a Rio Olympic gold medalist Carolina Marin and had to settle for a bronze medal.
At the same year, she won her first Super title at Dutch Open when she defeated Chinese player Qi Xuefei with a score of 21—16, 21— From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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