Howard Shu is a well-established American badminton player. At the age of 8, he started playing Badminton.
Howard Shu (Badminton Player) Wiki/Bio
On 28 November 1990, Howard was born in Los Alamitos, California, United States. In 2021, Howard’s age is 31 years old.
Height (approx)– 6 feet 1 Inch
Weight (approx)– 76 Kg
Hair Color– Black
Eye Color– Black
Skin Tone– White
Howard did not disclose anything about his school and college-related information.
His parent’s name is not known but his father also a badminton player. Howard mother-related information not much available.
Howard Shu Short Bio
|Birth Name||Howard Shu|
|Date of Birth||28 November 1990|
|Birth Place||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Height||6 feet 1 Inch|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Known|
|Father Name||Not Known (Badminton Player)|
|Mother Name||" "|
|Residence||Los Angeles, California|
Below we mention his all match with years and results.
BWF International Challenge
As Men’s Singles, he won 5 titles and 7 runners up.
|2011||Carebaco International||Rodolfo Ramirez||Winner|
|2013||Santo Domingo Open||Osleni Guerrero||Runner Up|
|2014||Puerto Rico International||Ygor Coelho De Oliveira||” “|
|2015||Giraldilla International||Osleni Guerrero||” “|
|2015||Nigeria International||Luke Wraber||Winner|
|2015||New Caledonia International||Yang Chih Hsun||Winner|
|2015||Puerto Rico International||Kevin Cordon||Runner Up|
|2015||Suriname International||Osleni Guerrero||Runner Up|
|2015||South Africa International||Emre Vural||Winner|
|2015||Botswana International||Rosario Maddaloni||Winner|
|2019||El Salvador International||Uriel Francisco Canjura Artiga||Runner Up|
|2020||International Mexicano||Job Castillo||” “|
As a Mixed double, he won 5 titles and 2 runners-up.
|2014||Guatemala International||Eva Lee||Phillip Chew|
|2016||K& D Graphics International||Jamie Sabandhi||Evgeny Dremin Evegenia Dimova||Runner Up|
Ivory Coast International
|Paula Lynn Obanana|
Pit Seng Low Louisa Ma
Ahmed Salah Hadia Hosny
Pan Am Championships
|Championship Year||Place/ Venue||Opponent||Result|
|2012||Manuel Bonilla Coliseun||Kevin Cordon||Bronze|
|2013||Palacio de los Deportes Virgilio Travieso Soto||Osleni Guerrero||” “|
|2014||Markham Pan Am Center||” “||” “|
Pan American Games
|Games Year||Venue/ Place||Opponent||Result|
|2015||Atos Markham Pan Am Center, Toronto, Canada||Kevin Cordon||Bronze|
|2019||Sports Center 3||Nyl Yakura Kristen Tsai||Bronze|
Howard Shu Less Known Facts
His father also a Badminton player.
At the age of 8, Howard started playing Badminton.
His father always encourages him to play badminton at the local badminton club.
In 2016 Howard Shu competed Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
He is right-handed.