SCOTT EVANS - IRISH BADMINTON PLAYER
Scott Evans is Ireland's number 1 Men's singles badminton player and became the first Irishman ever to compete at Olympic level at the Beijing Summer Olympics 2008.
Scott has represented Ireland at all levels and his biggest achivement to date was playing in the Denmark Super Series 2007 where he took his place amongst the worlds top 32 shuttlers after beating three players inside the world's top 25 along the way. A first for an Irish Badminton Player.
Scott was also the beaten finalist in the Croatian Open 2007 and the Irish International 2008. Scott was the first Irish player to achieve a quarter finals in the European Championships 2008 where he lost out to eventual winner and world number 5 Kenneth Jonassen of Denmark.
Scott is currently living and training in Denmark under the watchfull eye of former Danish great and world No 1 Jim Laugesen. Scott currently plays for Gentofte BC in the Danish Premier League.