Mia BLICHFELDT. Badminton. Geschlecht. Frau. Medaillenanzahl. 0 Olympische Medaillen. Olympische Spiele. 0 Olympische Spiele. Martina Repiska / Mia Blichfeldt. Denmark Open - Einzel Frauen. Mittwoch, Oktober - H2H. Platzierungen. Gewinner. M. Repiska. 23%. M. Blichfeldt. Mia Blichfeldt (* August ) ist eine dänische Badmintonspielerin. Karriere[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Mia Blichfeldt wurde zu Beginn ihrer.
Mia BlichfeldtDie dänische Badmintonspielerin Mia Blichfeldt hat das Halbfinale der European Games erreicht. Eine Bronzemedaille ist ihr somit sicher. Line Kjaersfeldt (war gar nicht erst mit nach Frankreich gereist) und Mia Blichfeldt (angeschlagen), verzichten. Entsprechend schwer tat sich. Photo shared by Mia Blichfeldt on January 28, tagging @fz_forza_international. Keine Fotobeschreibung. fz_forza_international.
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With Olympic champion Carolina Marin facing a race against time to defend her world title in August after cruciate knee ligament surgery, Blichfeldt could be Europe's best chance of a medal in the women's singles in Basel.
Olympic Channel caught up with the year-old in Minsk where she is competing at the European Games. She told us who she admires in and out of badminton, why she loves morning runs when she's abroad, and about her goals for the future.
Olympic Channel: Why are Danish players so good at badminton? Mia Blichfeldt: We have a good badminton environment with a lot of clubs all around the country, and for many years we've had many top players and we've found a good system to do it.
And we have a good support system. MB: Actually, I was going for dance with my best friend and then she started playing badminton and I thought it sounded funny.
OC: When did you realise that you could go far in badminton and have a professional career? MB: I think it was when I won the national championships when I was 16 years old.
That really meant a lot to me and I got a lot of support from my family and coaches and my club. I really enjoyed being in the national training centre in Brondby.
I was studying in high school and there was a lot of work to do there and I wanted to do both. But I was sure that I really wanted to go full time with the badminton.
OC: There's a quote where you say, "I want to be the best". Tell us about your ambitions. MB: It can be if I play cards, or we play table tennis or football in the garden.
OC: Right now you are number 22 in the world. Carolina Marin was Olympic champion at What's your target? And Carolina is definitely one to look up to.
Tell us how you have bounced back from setbacks during your career. I have always been good at pushing myself and pushing my limits.
I think when I use so much energy on it, I want to be better and better every day. I want to become better every day. It's sad when you stand on the podium and you are second.
I think it's very motivating sometimes when you lose because you know you can push even harder to be better.
MB: That must be maybe three or four years ago. I felt frustrated. And when I was at practice I thought, "I should be in school right now"… so I changed my high school line and it got much better.
MB: Around four or five hours every day. I have two practises in the hall and one gym session with some core stability or mobility work.
MB: I have tried a lot of different things for my preparation before matches. So I started running before my matches, maybe five or six hours before, I'd go for a little run outside.
That really helped me with cleaning my thoughts and getting some speed in my legs. I think it was nice. But I've never got lost in my routes!
MB: That must be at the World Championships last year. We were playing in Nanjing, the same place where we played in for the Youth Olympics.
I think I was there for like 45 minutes or something. It was just so nice! OC: Is it true that you lost weight?
MB: I think it was when I started getting injuries and I couldn't practise. 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. 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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Wikimedia Commons. Women's singles. BWF profile. Falcon Club, Minsk, Belarus. Kirsty Gilmour.All the Asian girls are also very good, but they do it Tipico Herbst Spin a different way and I really like the way Carolina does her thing. It's sad when you stand Sagaland Brettspiel the podium and you are second. He's learned Chinese. What's your target? He's going his own way and I've been thinking a lot about that. Badminton Europe. Over the years, the north European nation has consistently provided the biggest threat to Asia's domination of the sport. You can't make many mistakes. MB: Around four or five hours every day. Scottish Open. Toggle navigation.