Win a signed shirt of Jan Ø. Jørgensen!
Date: 8/8/2013 9:51 PM
Published by : Manuel Røsler

As the 2013 BWF World Championships in Guangzhou closes in to just 3 days to go, we zoomed in in the last week on one of Europe's best bet in the men's singles discipline - Jan Ø. Jørgensen - who will be playing in his third BWF World Championships this summer since making his debut in 2009 as a 21-year-old youngster.

Since the 2012 Olympic Games concluded, Jørgensen (25) has registered 4 semi-finals appearances on the World Superseries tour in the last 12 months leading up to qualifying for the World Championships in Guangzhou - a testament of his capability to steal an elusive men's singles medal for Europe.

Denmark remains the European country with a convincing history of medaling at the men's singles discipline. In fact, Danish household names like Peter Gade, Morten Frost and current BWF President, Poul-Erik Høyer, have all medaled at the World Championships more than once.

Win an original signed t-shirt of Jan Ø. Jørgensen

Jørgensen was the main star in a 6-part finale series on Smashing Stars, where we took you deeper into the character he is off-court. In the last episode you have the chance to win a signed shirt of Jørgensen - you won't want to miss out on that!

Watch Smashing Stars episode #21 and answer the question Jan asked in the video. Send your answer via email to Deadline for entering the contest is 15 August 2013.

Click here for watching all published Smashing Stars episodes on our YouTube channel.

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