Aadijatmiko Christina Finarsih (born 8 February 1972) is a retired badminton player from Indonesia who specialized in women’s doubles.[1]

Indonesian badminton player
Badminton player
Personal information
Birth name Aadijatmiko Christina Finarsih
Country Indonesia
Born (1972-02-08) 8 February 1972 (age 49)
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Handedness Right
Women’s & mixed doubles
Highest ranking 1 (1994)
Medal record
Women’s badminton
Representing  Indonesia
World Championships
1995 Lausanne Women’s doubles
World Cup
1994 Ho Chi Minh Women’s doubles
1995 Jakarta Women’s doubles
1993 New Delhi Women’s doubles
1997 Yogyakarta Women’s doubles
Uber Cup
1994 Jakarta Women’s team
1996 Hong Kong Women’s team
1998 Hong Kong Women’s team
1992 Kuala Lumpur Women’s team
Sudirman Cup
1991 Copenhagen Mixed team
1993 Birmingham Mixed team
1995 Lausanne Mixed team
Asian Games
1994 Hiroshima Women’s team
Asian Championships
1996 Surabaya Women’s doubles
1997 Kuala Lumpur Mixed doubles
Asian Cup
1994 Beijing Women’s doubles
1995 Qingdao Women’s doubles
Southeast Asian Games
1991 Manila Women’s team
1993 Singapore Women’s doubles
1993 Singapore Women’s team
1995 Chiang Mai Women’s doubles
1995 Chiang Mai Women’s team
1991 Manila Women’s doubles
BWF profile

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Finarsih won a number of significant international titles during the 1990s, most of them with regular partner Lili Tampi. These included the Dutch Open (1993), the World Badminton Grand Prix (1993), the Indonesia Open (1993, 1994), the Chinese Taipei Open (1994), and the Badminton World Cup (1994). She also won the 1996 Asian Championships with another fellow countrywomen Eliza Nathanael. Finarsih and Tampi were silver medalists at the 1995 IBF World Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland. They were eliminated in the quarterfinals of the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, and in the round of sixteen at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

The two greatest highlights of Finarsih’s badminton career, however, were not victories in any tournament for individual players. Rather, they were a pair of unexpected victories with Tampi in the final round of Uber Cup (the women’s international team championship) in 1994 and 1996 which were critical in helping to lift Indonesia to victories over favored and long-dominant China.

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