Howard Bach

Howard Bach is a Vietnamese-American male badminton player from the United States. He was the 2005 world champion in men's doubles with Tony Gunawan.

Read more about Howard Bach:  Early Life, 2004 Olympics, 2005 World Badminton Championships, 2011 Victor Korea Open Super Series Premier 2011

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2005 IBF World Championships – Men's Doubles - Final Stage
... Finals 1 Jens Eriksen Martin Lundgaard Hansen 10. 9/16 Tony Gunawan Howard Bach 15 ... Tony Gunawan Howard Bach 15 ... Luluk Hadiyanto Alvent Yulianto 13. 3/4 Luluk Hadiyanto Alvent ...
U.S. Open Badminton Championships - Past Winners - 21st Century
... Fuchs Birgit Overzier 2009 Taufik Hidayat Anna Rice Howard Bach Tony Gunawan Ruilin Huang Xuelian Jiang Howard Bach Eva Lee 2008 Andrew Dabeka Lili Zhou Howard Bach Khan Malaythong Chang Li-Yin ...
Howard Bach - 2011 Victor Korea Open Super Series Premier 2011
... Bach competed with Tony Gunawan losing in the first round to the eventual winners, Lee Yong Dae and Jae Sung Jung, 21-15 21-12 ...
Badminton At The Pan American Games - Medal Winners - Men's Doubles
... Kaul Iain Sydie (CAN) United States Jamaica 1999 Winnipeg Brent Olynyk Iain Sydie (CAN) Howard Bach Mark Manha (USA) Mike Beres Bryan Moody (CAN) Bernardo Monreal ...

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