Para-Badminton Flourishing

Friday, 27 June 2014 by

Impaired athletes are getting more opportunities than ever to compete in para-badminton, with nearly 100 of the world’s top players from 17 countries descending on Loughborough University today for the start of the England Para-Badminton International. This follows the Indonesia Para-Badminton International which took place earlier this month with more than 60 athletes participating. Thanks

Science Research Grants 2014 / 2015

Tuesday, 24 June 2014 by

The BWF provides the opportunity for research institutions and individuals to apply for research grants to assist in the funding of applied sports science research in badminton. The BWF Sports Science Commission has 3 key goals and the research grants are there to assist in achieving these goals: 1. To encourage and widen interest and

BWF To Test Scoring Option

Friday, 20 June 2014 by

The Badminton World Federation will seek to test a five-game scoring system – to 11 points with no setting – in the coming months. Following the BWF Council meeting on 30 May, it has been agreed to invite tournament hosts to trial this scoring option, starting from August. While no decision has been taken on