Participants

Jason HO-SHUE

Jason HO-SHUE
    Badminton
Birth Date:  29 Aug 1998
Place of Birth:  MARKHAM
Country of birth:  CAN
Age:  19
Gender:   Men
Height (cm):  178
Weight (Kg):  69

Events and Medals


Jason HO-SHUE - Schedule


Schedule
Time Event Status
Thu, 5 Apr 14:01
Mixed Team Event Group Play Stage - Group D
Canada
5
Seychelles
0
Finished
Fri, 6 Apr 9:01
Mixed Team Event Group Play Stage - Group D
Canada
5
Ghana
0
Finished
Fri, 6 Apr 19:01
Mixed Team Event Group Play Stage - Group D
Malaysia
4
Canada
1
Finished
Sat, 7 Apr 17:31
Mixed Team Event Quarterfinal 3
Canada
0
England
3
Finished
Wed, 11 Apr 10:10
Men's Singles Round of 32
Jason HO-SHUE
2
Narayan RAMDHANI
0
Finished
Thu, 12 Apr 18:50
Men's Singles Round of 16
Jason HO-SHUE
2
Dennis COKE
0
Finished
Thu, 12 Apr 21:30
Men's Doubles Round of 16
CAMPBELL Martin/MACHUGH Patrick
0
HO-SHUE Jason/YAKURA Nyl
2
Finished
Fri, 13 Apr 11:40
Men's Singles Quarterfinal
Rajiv OUSEPH
2
Jason HO-SHUE
0
Finished
Fri, 13 Apr 18:50
Men's Doubles Quarterfinal
DIAS Sachin/GOONETHILLEKA Buwaneka
2
HO-SHUE Jason/YAKURA Nyl
1
Finished

Biographical Information


Highlights
Sudirman Cup
Year Location Event Rank
2017 Gold Coast, AUS Mixed Team 16

Occupation: Athlete, coach, student (Facebook, 25 Aug 2017)
Education: Information technology at York University, Toronto, ON, Canada
Languages spoken: Cantonese, English, French
Coach

PERSONAL: Efendi WIJAYA (INA) (Badminton Canada Facebook, 11 Feb 2017)
NATIONAL: Mike BUTLER (CAN) (badminton.ca, 18 Apr 2017


Position style: Right-handed
Sporting relatives

Younger sister, Katie HO-SHUE, represented Canada in badminton as a junior, competing at the 2017 World Junior Championships in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. (bwfbadminton.com, 22 Oct 2017)


National league: Canadian Collegiate Athletics Association (CCAA)
Reason: "My dad introduced it to me at a very young age." (Athlete, 28 May 2017)
Ambition: "Compete for Canada at the (Tokyo) 2020 Olympic Games." (badminton.ca, 2016)
Memorable: "Winning the national singles championship for the first time in 2016." (Athlete, 28 May 2017)
Hero: "My dad passed away playing badminton, so when I play, it connects us." (Athlete, 28 May 2017)
Influence: "My dad is the driving force in everything I do." (Athlete, 28 May 2017)
Additional information

HEARTBREAKING LOSS
Quit badminton for a time after his father passed away, deciding to return to pay homage to him. "I was practising with my doubles partner for provincials, then he suddenly collapsed on the badminton court. He passed away right in front of me, playing badminton. There was a racket we both used, and I took that racket and painted it. It said 'Dad' on the strings and I put that in his coffin." (wincaribbean.net, 23 May 2016; CBC Sports YouTube, 1 Mar 2017)


EARLY SUCCESS
Became the youngest Canadian badminton player to win a national title, in the singles of the 2016 Canadian National Championships, at 17. "The last point I switched (to his father's) racket and I won the point." (nugget.ca, 5 May 2016; wincaribbean.net, 23 May 2016)


INSPIRATION
After his father's death, his coach, Efendi WIJAYA (INA), stepped in to ensure the HO-SHUE family was taken care of. "When my father passed away I wanted to quit badminton, but Efendi helped me a lot, he was my second father. The bond between us is more than just coach and student." (CBC Sports YouTube, 1 Mar 2017)


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Legend

Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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