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Halim Haryanto Ho

Badminton

Ho

Event:                          Mixed Doubles, Men's Doubles

Doubles Partner:          Eva Lee, Sattawat Pongnairat

Height:                         5’ 8”/174 meters

Weight:                        167 lbs./75 kg

Birthdate:                     1976

Birthplace:                   Bandung, West Java, Indonesia

Hometown:                   West Covina, Calif.

Current Residence:       Milpitas, Calif.

Coach:                           Self

 

World Championship:  2001 World Championships, Seville, Spain

                                    Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Gold Medal

 

Personal:

Halim Haryanto Ho became a citizen of the United States of America in 2011…Born in Bandung, West Java Indonesia to Hadimulya Ho and Ana Wun on September 23, 1976, Halim competed for his native Indonesia before moving to the United States in late 2004…Started playing badminton at the age of eight years old…Joined the Indonesia National Badminton Team in 1995 as a specialist in men’s doubles…Won the gold medal at the 2001 World Badminton Championship in Seville, Spain with men’s doubles partner Tony Gunawan…Began his coaching career, while maintaining a full competition schedule, in 2002 at the SGS Badminton Club in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia coaching the Junior Team…Won numerous gold, silver and bronze medals for Indonesia at international events until resigning from the Indonesia National Badminton Team in October 2004...Immigrated to the United States of America in the fall of 2004…Began coaching at the Bay Badminton Center in Burlingame, Calif. upon his arrival in the United States in late 2004…Has reached the highest level of coaching certification in the U.S. as a Level 4 Certified High Performance Coach for USA Badminton…Continued to compete competitively in Badminton World Federation events in 2005, now representing the United States of America…Is a member of the 2011 United States Pan American Games Badminton Team that will compete at the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, October 14-30…Graduated from West Java, Indonesia High School in 1994…Competed in badminton while in high school…Became a Certified Massage Therapist in 2006…Speaks English and Indonesian fluently…Hobbies include playing basketball and swimming…Has an i-pod full of all kinds of music…Is a fan of the 007 movie series and That 70’s Show…Lists his Indonesian Coach, Christian Hadinata as his role model…Is married to Jeanny N. Ho with whom he has two daughters, Gabriella Ho (7) and Graciella Ho (6)…Says his family and his belief in God are things he holds dear…His father-in-law, Kartono Hari Atmanto won a silver medal at the 1992 Badminton World Championships, as well as the All England gold medal, Indonesia Open gold medal and Thomas Cup Team gold medal.

 

Competition Record:

 

2011 Results:

Became citizen of the United States of America on August 19, 2011

Bay Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Eva Lee), Gold

Bay Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Taufik Hidayat), Gold

U.S. National Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Eva Lee), Gold

U.S. National Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Kowi Chandra), Silver

Peru International Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Eva Lee), Silver

 

2010 Results:

Guatemala International Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Bronze

Brazil International Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Eva Lee), Gold

Los Angeles Badminton Club Spring Challenge, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Bronze

Los Angeles Badminton Club Spring Challenge, Mixed Doubles (Peng Yun), Silver

Canadian Atwater Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Silver

U.S. National Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Bronze

U.S. National Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Peng Yun), Silver

San Diego Classic Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Bronze

San Diego Classic Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Peng Yun), Gold

 

2009 Results:

Boston Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Bronze

Boston Open Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Peng Yun), Silver

Puerto Rico International Badminton Challenge, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Silver

Santo Domingo International Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Silver

SGVBC Summer Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Gold

Bay Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Bronze

Bay Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Peng Yun), Gold

U.S. National Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Bronze

U.S. National Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Peng Yun), Bronze

 

2008 Results:

U.S. Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Raju Rai), Silver

U.S. Open Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Peng Yun), Gold

Phillipine Albie Cup Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Minarti Timur), Gold

Bay Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Peng Yun), Silver

Bay Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Silver

San Diego Classic Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Phillip Chew), Bronze

San Diego Classic Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Peng Yun), Gold

                            

2007 Results:

Boston Open Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Angelina De Pow), Silver

Boston Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Bob Malaythong), Gold

Became a Certified High Performance Coach for USA Badminton

 

2006 Results:

Golden Gate Open Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Angelina De Pow), Gold

Golden Gate Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Eric Go), Gold

Boston Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Singles, Bronze

Boston Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Bob Malaythong), Silver

Boston Open Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Angelina De Pow), Gold

U.S. Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Gold

 

2005 Results:

Began Representing the United States of America in Badminton World Federation Play

U.S. Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Bob Malaythong), Bronze

Dutch Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Bronze

Chinese Taipei Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Gold

Bitburger German Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Gold

 

2004 Results:

U.S. Open Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Eny Erlangga), Bronze

U.S. Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (David Pohan), Bronze

Asian Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Candra Wijaya), Silver

Resigned from Indonesian National Badminton Team in October

 

2003 Results:

Copenhagen Master Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Candra Wijaya), Gold

Denmark Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Candra Wijaya), Silver

Indonesia Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Candra Wijaya), Bronze

 

2002 Results:

Began Coaching the Junior Team at the SGS Badminton Club in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia

Asian Games, Men’s Doubles (Tri KusHarjanto), Bronze

Asian Games, Team Event, Silver

Asian Badminton Championship, Men’s Doubles (Tri KusHarjanto), Silver

Indonesia Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tri KusHarjanto), Bronze

Thomas Cup, Team Event, Gold

 

2001 Results:

World Final Grand Prix, Men’s Doubles (Sigit Budiarto), Silver

Japan Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Bronze

Indonesia Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Silver

Malaysia Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Silver

Singapore Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Gold

All England Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Gold

World Badminton Championships in Seville, Spain, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Gold

 

2000 Results:

Copenhagen Master Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Silver

Denmark Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Sigit Budiarto), Bronze

Dutch Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Sigit Budiarto), Gold

Thailand Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Sigit Budiarto), Silver

Indonesia Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Sigit Budiarto), Bronze

 

1999 Results:

Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Sigit Budiarto), Silver

SEA Games, Team Event, Gold

World Final Grand Prix, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Silver

 

1998 Results:

Denmark Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Bronze

Asia Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Bronze

Singapore Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Bronze

Brunei Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Gold

Malaysia Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Tony Gunawan), Gold

 

1997 Results:

Singapore Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Davis Efraim), Bronze

Poland Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Davis Efraim), Bronze

French Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Davis Efraim), Silver

 

1996 Results:

Australia Open Badminton Championships, Mixed Doubles (Indarti Isolina), Gold

Australia Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Davis Efraim), Gold

Brunei Open Badminton Championships, Men’s Doubles (Davis Efraim), Silver

 

1995 Results:

Joined the Indonesia National Badminton Team as a specialist in Men’s Doubles

 

1994 Results:

Indonesia National Badminton Circuit, Men’s Doubles (Davis Efraim), Gold

 

1993 Results:

Indonesia National Badminton Circuit, Men’s Doubles (Davis Efraim), Gold