All Jamaica Senior and Masters postponed! September 24, 2015 We regret to announce the postponement of the All Jamaica Senior and Masters Tournament previously scheduled for October 2-4, 2015 due to a previously unrecognized scheduling conflict. The new date is October 30-November 2, 2015 The Association deeply regrets any inconvenience caused. The All Jamaica Junior Championships scheduled

Jamaican’s Henry and Wynter serve off tomorrow at Colombia International September 23, 2015 Gareth Henry, continues his quest for Rio 2016 at the Colombia International tomorrow in Medellin. Henry’s first match will be against Lino Munoz from Mexico, the number 6 seed. Katherine Wynter, Jamaica’s number 1 female player, will also represent Jamaica at the

All Jamaica 2015 Tournament!

Monday, 14 September 2015 by

All Jamaica 2015 Tournament! Senior and Masters Events: October 3-5, 2015 Junior Events: October 9-12, 2015 Venue: Constant Spring Golf Club Submit entries to: Entry Deadline: Senior and Masters Events : 12 pm on September 29                          Junior Events: 12 pm on October

PRESS RELEASE Monday 14 September, 2015 SAM SEOP AND RACHEL – TRIPLE WORLD ‘CHOONG-PIONS’! Host England as well as India and Korea celebrated rich rewards as the BWF Para-Badminton World Championships closed yesterday with exciting finals at Stoke Mandeville Stadium. Each country grabbed four golds in the 21 medal categories, with England’s Rachel Choong and


Wednesday, 09 September 2015 by

Shuttle Time comes to Mandeville! September 8, 2015 Jamaica Badminton Association’s Shuttle Time program, a development program initiated by the Badminton World Federation, was introduced to Central Jamaica on August 28th and 29th at DeCarteret College in Mandeville, Manchester. Shuttle Time is a program that introduces badminton to children in schools around the world by delivering


Tuesday, 08 September 2015 by

PRESS RELEASE Tuesday 8 September, 2015 LUND: SAINA’S SUCCESS A SIGN BWF Secretary General Thomas Lund has hailed Indian star Saina Nehwal’s recent multi-million-dollar management contract as another sign of badminton’s continued rise to prominence in sport’s global commercial industry. The world Women’s Singles No.1 player will earn an estimated USD3.7 million in a two-year


Thursday, 03 September 2015 by

Congratulations to our CAREBACO and Pan Am Junior Champs September 2, 2015 The Jamaica Badminton Association would like to thank all the players who participated in the recent Championships: Pan Am Games, CAREBACO Championships, Pan Am Junior Championships, and send our congratulations to all those who medalled in these Games. We would also like to