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posted July 21, 2009 09:24AM
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Folks dito natin eh post mga tanong nating regardin badminton.
Ako marami din akong tanong eh... Cool
So lahat ng may tanong be sure to check the first page para hindi paulit2x ang tanong.

ALL QUESTIONS ARE UPDATED HERE. YOU JUST HAVE TO CLICK IT FOR EASY ACCESS.


so com'on now let's all invistegate and learn together Tongue out.
libre mag tanong... baka ang tanong mo ang susi para pwede na tayo mag laro sa Mars in the future...

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1. Paano po ba pumiili ng raketa na nababagay sa akin?
2. What are the benifits in playing badminton?
3. How to choose the right badminton shoes?

4. Taking a shower right after sports safe?

5. What are the shots in badminton called?



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posted July 21, 2009 09:37AM
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Paano po ba pumiili ng raketa na nababagay sa akin?
What is the proper way to choose a racket that suits me?
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posted July 21, 2009 10:14AM
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torjak posted on July 21, 2009 09:37AM
Paano po ba pumiili ng raketa na nababagay sa akin?
What is the proper way to choose a racket that suits me?


Here are the few Laughing infos that I found.

So how to choose a Badminton Racket that suits you most?

With so many selections out there, indeed it can be very confusing. Let me share with you my experience in choosing one...

Don't be overly economical. The lower priced rackets are usually quite heavy because they are made of cheaper material. You will tend to use more arm movements rather than your wrist to hit the shuttle if your wrist muscle is not strong enough.

This will lead you to develop bad habits.

Heavier rackets are mostly preferred by players who have much stronger wrists and can therefore make use of the weight of the racket to extract more power from it. So unless you are in this category, I would suggest you purchase one that is not too heavy.

The weight should not exceed more than 100 grams.

A majority of racket manufacturers use 1U, 2U, 3U, 4U to indicate the weight of the racket, 1U being the heaviest and 4U the lightest. The weight of high quality rackets range from 83 grams to 100 grams.

Most racket manufacturers provide four grip sizes. In Japan, they range from G2, G3, G4 to G5 where G2 is the biggest size and G5 is the smallest size. In some countries, the opposite applies. Some brands go by small, medium and big sizes.

Choose a grip size that you feel comfortable with. Generally, attacking players prefer bigger grips as they need to hold the racket more tightly to generate power.

Players who like to rally and make use of deception usually prefer a smaller grip so that the racket is easier to turn in their hands.

Buy a head-cover with your racket, and use it whenever you are not playing. Remember not to store your racket close to the central heating radiators, or leave it exposed to sunlight inside a car.



Step 1 Test the string tension of the racket. Powerful, accurate hitters tend to like rackets with high-tension strings, but players with a lighter touch usually use rackets with low tension for more control. Step 2 Grip the racket. If you must grip too tightly, try another racket. Remember that you can get a racket regripped to fit your hand. Most players like a big grip because the racket feels more stable in their hand. However, badminton is a game of angles and touch, and a smaller grip can give the extra flexibility you need to create winning shots. Step 3 Find a racket with a balance that suits your style of play. A racket with a heavy head gives your swing more momentum, a quality that is perfect for power hitters. An evenly balanced racket permits play that is faster and more flexible. Step 4 Find a suitable weight. Coaches say beginners should start with a heavier racket, as it provides more stability. Players can then graduate to lighter rackets. Lighter rackets are more manageable, allowing for faster play.


Choosing the correct badminton racket can be a crucial decision, whatever level you are at. With ao multitude of rackets available these days,it can seem a little daunting to know which racket is best for you. Hopefully, with a little help, i can help you find just the right badminton racket that suits your style of play.

As you search to find the perfect badminton racket you will soon get to know the more established racket companies such as Yonex, Carlton, Wilson, Head, Prince and numerous other brands, who all want you to part with your cash and select their badminton rackets. Yonex are the most successful and prominent badminton brand, but which manufacturer you choose is entirely down to you.This is where the fun begins. But with the right guidance and information you will be able to make an informed decision, so that you find the best racket for yu, and only you.

All badminton players are different, with their own strengths and weaknesses. The trick is to find the right badminton racket which compliments your style of play. You can spend a lot of money on your weapon of choice, or, like most of us, you will no doubt have a limit on what you want to spend on a badminton racket. Remember, you are investing in your game, to improve your standard, so you need to choose wisely.

It can be a real pain when you have spent a whole load of your hard earned cash on the latest "must have" badminton racket, only to find it doesn't quite live up to your expectations, and you can't understand why you aren't playing like the glossy adverts say you should be. Guess what? you have just fallen for the marketing hype, a subtle, sneaky little trick that we experience every day of our lives. However, if you follow my advice i can guide you in the right direction, so you can make the best decision.

Think of your badminton racket as the cherry on top of the badminton cake. Without the base and the ingredients your little cherry isn't going to taste so sweet. In case your wondering what i am talking about, the base and ingredients are your game, your footwork, technique, grip, fitness and tactical ability. Without these, your new racket is much less effective, and the shuttle will not go where you want it to. In my opinion, a badminton racket you buy will give you, at most, an extra 5% to your game. The actual racket strings are probably more important than the racket itself. The other 95% is all down to you. But don't worry about that, i can help you get the best out of yourself, so you can get the most out of your badminton racket.

I have played with many different rackets over the years, from various manufacturers, and most of them offer something a bit different, sometimes good, sometimes not so good, but it's all part of the experience of finding that one badminton racket that suits you down to the ground. It's a great feeling when this occurs, but first you need to learn about yourself, your own game, then you can fit the right racket to your game, not the other way round.

What kind of player are you? Perhaps your a power player who smashes the shuttle hard? Or maybe your a touch player who enjoys moving the shuttle around the court with angled shots and deception. Once you know what kind of game you play, you can then find out which badminton racket will bring out the best in your shots, and thus improve your badminton.

If you have just started playing,the chances are that you will not know what type of player you are yet. It's all part of learning the game. There is no point buying the most expensive badminton racket at this stage, you will probably not notice much difference in your play, trust me. However,as your skill level improves you will then start to know more about yourself and this is when you start to look for a specific racket. The more you improve, the more you will understand the basics of badminton, and you will be looking for that tiny advantage to beat your competitors, this is where your ">badminton racket comes in, but it will only give you a slight advantage, period.

 



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posted July 21, 2009 03:00PM
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wow, haba ng article ah, hehe, nice one bro.
Pero ayon sa experience ko, kaya naman mag adjust ang tao kung ano ang specs ng racket na nakuha mo.

Unang racket ko na original was head-light, balanced, mid flex, 84-86grms.
Nung may nagrecommend sa akin ng isang brand/model, after ko binili, nabaguhan talaga ako. It took me 3 weeks to adjust to the new specs. It was head heavy, flex, 82-84grms.
Yung unang racket I mentioned was for a "controlled" game with fast drives and a superb shuttle control.
Yung 2nd racket is for smashing. Naramdaman ko talaga na lumakas ang smash ko dahil sa pagiging head-heaviness pero kapalit ay less shuttle control at the net. As of now, naka adjust naman ako. But may mga moves ako na magagawa ko lang consistently dun sa unang racket.
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posted July 21, 2009 03:22PM
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cindika2 posted on July 21, 2009 03:00PM
wow, haba ng article ah, hehe, nice one bro.
Pero ayon sa experience ko, kaya naman mag adjust ang tao kung ano ang specs ng racket na nakuha mo.

Unang racket ko na original was head-light, balanced, mid flex, 84-86grms.
Nung may nagrecommend sa akin ng isang brand/model, after ko binili, nabaguhan talaga ako. It took me 3 weeks to adjust to the new specs. It was head heavy, flex, 82-84grms.
Yung unang racket I mentioned was for a "controlled" game with fast drives and a superb shuttle control.
Yung 2nd racket is for smashing. Naramdaman ko talaga na lumakas ang smash ko dahil sa pagiging head-heaviness pero kapalit ay less shuttle control at the net. As of now, naka adjust naman ako. But may mga moves ako na magagawa ko lang consistently dun sa unang racket.

maraming salamat sa inyon input bro... ;)
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posted July 21, 2009 06:00PM
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no prob.
In addition, may difference talaga ang perfomance ng racket mo kung gaano kakapal ang grip. I have 2 main rackets(same brand, same model), one uses towel grip(makapal) and the other rubber(manipis). Most players that I asked prefer only one type.
Only very few veteran players uses both. Pero iba-iba ang reasons nila. Yung isa kong kilala, he uses the racket with the towel grip during summer where he sweats a lot and nag di-drip yung pawis sa handle. And then uses the racket with the rubber grip on cold/rainy seasons where he dosen't sweat as much.

For me, I use the racket with the towel grip during fast games usually pag may rotation, the other, gamit ko for power play, usually pag mixed and ako parati ang nasa likod.

Bottom line, the type of grip na gagamitin mo will alter the weight distribution ng racket. Lalo na yung towel na bumibigat ang handle part dahil sa accumulated sweat.

and of course, there's the string factor......pero next time na yan. Wink
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posted July 21, 2009 08:37PM
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cindika2 posted on July 21, 2009 06:00PM
no prob.
In addition, may difference talaga ang perfomance ng racket mo kung gaano kakapal ang grip. I have 2 main rackets(same brand, same model), one uses towel grip(makapal) and the other rubber(manipis). Most players that I asked prefer only one type.
Only very few veteran players uses both. Pero iba-iba ang reasons nila. Yung isa kong kilala, he uses the racket with the towel grip during summer where he sweats a lot and nag di-drip yung pawis sa handle. And then uses the racket with the rubber grip on cold/rainy seasons where he dosen't sweat as much.

For me, I use the racket with the towel grip during fast games usually pag may rotation, the other, gamit ko for power play, usually pag mixed and ako parati ang nasa likod.

Bottom line, the type of grip na gagamitin mo will alter the weight distribution ng racket. Lalo na yung towel na bumibigat ang handle part dahil sa accumulated sweat.

and of course, there's the string factor......pero next time na yan. Wink

Yup same as here! I prefer towel grip.
It suits for me because I get sweat easily during the games.
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posted July 22, 2009 11:06AM
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Ano ang benipesyo sa katawan resulta sa paglalaro ng badminton?
---sa tanong ko, ito na rin ang sagot... Cool






Better Badminton

Exclusive Summary About Better Badminton By Robert Ryles

The sport of badminton is one that has roots heavily planted in history, as an early form of the game existed with the ancient Greeks and Egyptians. At that time, the activity was referred to as "The Game of Badminton," until a shortened version of the name ("Badminton") became the official label.

Badminton Skills and Attributes

Regardless if one participates in a spirited game of badminton arranged in the backyard or seriously trains for Olympic competition, high levels of play demands a reasonable level of fitness that includes aerobic stamina and speed as well as good hand-eye coordination and polished racket skills.

Improving the Game

One of the best ways to improve an overall badminton game is to engage in half-court singles, using only half of the space of a standard singles court. Participants should follow normal play with scoring to 21.

Easy Exercises to Lose Weight Quickly - Lose Weight Quickly With the Benefits of Playing Badminton

Exclusive Summary About Benefits oh Playing Baminton By Alexis Ray Celestino

Right attitude + diet +fun exercise = Good results, this has always been a formula to lose weight, what do you mean by fun exercise? Playing Badminton is fun and exciting, you will lose weight playing this game without even knowing it.

Playing Badminton can also give you benefits like;

1. Stamina and Endurance increase -
The longer you play the game, your stamina increases and so as your endurance, since you will be moving a lot, you begin to sweat more and more until such time you will burn calories more than doing it in the gym.

2. Self Awareness are exercised -
Self awareness can be exercised by playing badminton, since you are focused on hitting the shuttlecock to score, you tend to exercise your mind by planning your moves while hitting and defending and by anticipating what the enemy might do.

3. Reflexes are Exercised -
While you sweat a lot,
reflexes are also exerted while playing the game.

4. Calories are burned 3x more than being at the Gym -
This is true, the truth is that gym routines can make you lose weight at the same time trim your body, but if you want the faster and more fun way, you should play the game, because the only way to burn those calories is by exercising where you will sweat more.

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posted July 22, 2009 01:24PM
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Zzai posted on July 22, 2009 11:06AM
Ano ang benipesyo sa katawan resulta sa paglalaro ng badminton?
---sa tanong ko, ito na rin ang sagot... Cool






Better Badminton

Exclusive Summary About Better Badminton By Robert Ryles

The sport of badminton is one that has roots heavily planted in history, as an early form of the game existed with the ancient Greeks and Egyptians. At that time, the activity was referred to as "The Game of Badminton," until a shortened version of the name ("Badminton") became the official label.

Badminton Skills and Attributes

Regardless if one participates in a spirited game of badminton arranged in the backyard or seriously trains for Olympic competition, high levels of play demands a reasonable level of fitness that includes aerobic stamina and speed as well as good hand-eye coordination and polished racket skills.

Improving the Game

One of the best ways to improve an overall badminton game is to engage in half-court singles, using only half of the space of a standard singles court. Participants should follow normal play with scoring to 21.

Easy Exercises to Lose Weight Quickly - Lose Weight Quickly With the Benefits of Playing Badminton

Exclusive Summary About Benefits oh Playing Baminton By Alexis Ray Celestino

Right attitude + diet +fun exercise = Good results, this has always been a formula to lose weight, what do you mean by fun exercise? Playing Badminton is fun and exciting, you will lose weight playing this game without even knowing it.

Playing Badminton can also give you benefits like;

1. Stamina and Endurance increase -
The longer you play the game, your stamina increases and so as your endurance, since you will be moving a lot, you begin to sweat more and more until such time you will burn calories more than doing it in the gym.

2. Self Awareness are exercised -
Self awareness can be exercised by playing badminton, since you are focused on hitting the shuttlecock to score, you tend to exercise your mind by planning your moves while hitting and defending and by anticipating what the enemy might do.

3. Reflexes are Exercised -
While you sweat a lot,
reflexes are also exerted while playing the game.

4. Calories are burned 3x more than being at the Gym -
This is true, the truth is that gym routines can make you lose weight at the same time trim your body, but if you want the faster and more fun way, you should play the game, because the only way to burn those calories is by exercising where you will sweat more.


Brother Zai, thanks for this post! Cool
Like it..

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posted July 22, 2009 03:01PM
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cindika2 posted on July 21, 2009 03:00PM
wow, haba ng article ah, hehe, nice one bro.
Pero ayon sa experience ko, kaya naman mag adjust ang tao kung ano ang specs ng racket na nakuha mo.

Unang racket ko na original was head-light, balanced, mid flex, 84-86grms.
Nung may nagrecommend sa akin ng isang brand/model, after ko binili, nabaguhan talaga ako. It took me 3 weeks to adjust to the new specs. It was head heavy, flex, 82-84grms.
Yung unang racket I mentioned was for a "controlled" game with fast drives and a superb shuttle control.
Yung 2nd racket is for smashing. Naramdaman ko talaga na lumakas ang smash ko dahil sa pagiging head-heaviness pero kapalit ay less shuttle control at the net. As of now, naka adjust naman ako. But may mga moves ako na magagawa ko lang consistently dun sa unang racket.

yung raket ko ngayun ay makapal ang pagkabalot ng grip, balak ko tong papalitan. gawing manipis.

nalilito ako sa rubber at towel, kasi nung una towel gamit ko, masyadong dry kaya in the middle of the games, yung pawis ko sa likod pinapahid ko yung towel grip para bumasa..
ngayun naman naka rubber grip ako, pag-basa naman siya, yung kamay ko pinapahid ko sa shorts ko o damit na toyo para hindi madulas..

sa grip palang mahirap na sa pagpili, hehe
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posted July 22, 2009 03:42PM
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@ Tats: Nanghinyang ka kasi sa sobra kaya nag kaganyan...
Sanahindi mona pina sagad...
Swerte lang cguro ako... wala kaming isyu ng grip ko...
tama lang sa akin, kasi pag manipis parang natatapon ko...
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posted July 22, 2009 04:41PM
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Masyadong dry? Hmm, gradual kase ang pagbasa ng towel grip, well for me at least. Hinde naman ganun ka sweaty ang palms ko kase.
On the 3rd game night ko pa lang napapansin na may basa na. Prior to that dry pa siya. Nakasanayan lang I guess.

But not all towel grips are created equal.  May iba diyan masyadong low quality.  Kahit na may brand. I'll show you kung paano ako pumili ng towel grip next time na magkita tayo sa court.
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posted July 22, 2009 05:36PM
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na curios na rin ako dyans sa towel grip...
kasi si lindan naka towel grip... hehe
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posted July 22, 2009 06:08PM
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Really? Ako sinubukan ko lang mag towel grip before dahil napapansin ko na ang mga varsity players usually use towel grips.  Sinubukan ko and nagustuhan ko naman siya.  Later on after transitioning from rubber to towel and back again, ko lang napansin yung mga *benefits/advantages* ng mga ito.

Alam mo ba yung sa grip niya (Lin Dan) na parati siyang may space sa upper part ng handle? Yung tipong nagtitipid. (The white part of the racket handle). 

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posted July 22, 2009 06:40PM
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ahh, thanks Sir Zzai hehe, eh how about the right gear for badminton? specially yong shoes?
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posted July 23, 2009 08:34AM
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ann022 posted on July 22, 2009 06:40PM
ahh, thanks Sir Zzai hehe, eh how about the right gear for badminton? specially yong shoes?
Mam Ann, ito po ang na kalap ko sa inyong katanongan....;D


In a professional badminton game, players run twice the distance in half the amount of time as tennis players do in their matches. It ends up being about four miles within a little over an hour, as opposed to two miles in over three hours in a tennis game. To cover such a distance in a limited amount of time takes great speed and agility. Having the right shoes can mean the difference between quick explosive movements and a twisted ankle.

Proper badminton shoes alone will not make you a stellar player, but they will facilitate your movement by allowing you to change direction quickly and without injury. Comfortable shoes that allow you to move forward, backward and laterally are key.

What to Look for

Look for a shoe that allows the players' feet to stay low to the ground. A thin sole with supportive cushioning that contains shock absorption is a crucial component in badminton shoes because it allows the player to change directions fast without stressing the ankle. Lightweight shoes with good traction are also essential so the player can move quickly without slipping. The forefoot area of the shoe should be wide for added stability.

Yonex, Wilson, Asics, Hi-Tec, and Mizuno are all good brands, but there are many more. Yonex is a popular brand that carries a wide range of support for the shoe ranging from a power cushion to ergoshape features (a contour in the front of the shoe that supports lateral movement). They are also one of the more expensive brands. Badminton shoes cost anywhere from $40 to over $100.

The best place to get badminton shoes is through a badminton club in your area or online, since many stores don't carry them. They come in both men's and women's versions. Wearing your badminton shoes only on the court will help them last longer.

Common Pitfalls

Substituting running sneakers, or even squash or tennis shoes, for badminton shoes could be really detrimental to your joints and muscles. They are either not made to facilitate lateral movement or do not support jumping, both of which are essential in top-level games. Badminton players are at high risk for joint injuries and wearing the right shoes is a large factor in helping to diminish that risk.

Remember to monitor your shoes and buy new ones every three to six months if you play regularly. Wearing old shoes with worn out soles or traction could also lead to injuries.

About this Author

Emily V. Driscoll holds a Master's degree in Science, Health and Environmental Reporting from New York University. She has contributed science or health reports to Audubon, Livescience.com, Scientific American Mind, Scienceline.org and NBC Universal. Emily's also a competitive badminton player and coach.

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posted July 23, 2009 10:57AM
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aww, salamat koya Zzai..eh yong pag shower agad after ko maglaro? di ba masama yon? kasi nakikita ko naman yong iba na ginagawa yon, natatakot lang ako gawin baka kasi di advisable yon at makasama sa health ko..
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ann022 posted on July 23, 2009 10:57AM
aww, salamat koya Zzai..eh yong pag shower agad after ko maglaro? di ba masama yon? kasi nakikita ko naman yong iba na ginagawa yon, natatakot lang ako gawin baka kasi di advisable yon at makasama sa health ko..


Oo nga guys, advisable ba ang magshower after game? Hindi ba prone sa pasma un?
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ann022 posted on July 23, 2009 10:57AM
aww, salamat koya Zzai..eh yong pag shower agad after ko maglaro? di ba masama yon? kasi nakikita ko naman yong iba na ginagawa yon, natatakot lang ako gawin baka kasi di advisable yon at makasama sa health ko..

Nung nagbasketball kami ng kapatid ko, naligo ako after kasi may lakad,
Alam niyo nangyar isa akin? nanakit yung mga katawan ko after. And it's unusual pain.

3 times na nangyar ito sa akin, kaya hindi na ako umulit kahit sa badminton.

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posted July 23, 2009 01:08PM
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for me, ok lang quick hot shower, tuloy pa rin ang pawis... pero usually hilamos sa mukha at kamay lang ginagawa ko lalo na kung kelangang umuwi agad.

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lizaruth posted on July 23, 2009 01:08PM

for me, ok lang quick hot shower, tuloy pa rin ang pawis... pero usually hilamos sa mukha at kamay lang ginagawa ko lalo na kung kelangang umuwi agad.


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