Council Approves Rule Changes -Betting in Badminton Prohibited Friday 18 March 2016 RE – Amendments – General Competition Regulations – Part III, Section 1B, Appendix 5 Code of Conduct in Relation to Betting, Wagering and Irregular Match Results.   Dear Members and Continental Confederations The BWF Council has approved amendments to Appendix 5 of the

PRESS RELEASE Monday 21 March, 2016 POWERHOUSES CHINA, JAPAN IN GROUP A OF THOMAS CUP Thomas Cup defending champions Japan and top seeds China found themselves in the same group as the draw for the TOTAL BWF Thomas and Uber Cup Finals 2016 was completed today in Kunshan, China. The two powerhouses were drawn in

The finals of the Jamaica International Badminton Championships have been concluded, at the National Indoor Sports Centre, on Sunday night.  The second running of this tournament, sponsored by Mayberry Investments Limited, Sports Development Foundation, RJR, Gleaner and Jamaica Sport, concluded successfully to crown five new champions from around the globe.  Truly and international affair. The

Cuban Osleni Guerrero, the number one seed in the Men’s singles event suffered at the hands of unseeded Pedro Martins from Portugal in the semifinals of the Jamaica International 2016 Badminton Tournament. Guerrero’s 8-6 lead in the first game was short-lived, as Martins raced ahead to 16-9, and then took the first game 21-13. The

Snapshots of day 2-Jamaica International 2016

Day 3 of the Jamaica International 2016 will showcase exciting semifinal match ups between Osleni Guerrero of Cuba, the number one seed, ranked 58 in the world, and Portuguese, Pedro Martins, with a world ranking of 77 ( semifinal 1) while in semifinal 2 the number 4 seed, David Obernosteror of Austria, will take on

Dear Friends; Help us in Celebrating the 100 version of Shuttle Time around the World, by watching the Video : Script excerpt “ After touching 17 nations in Africa, 25 in Asia, 27 in Europe, 8 in Oceania and 23 in the Pan America region, Shuttle Time recently celebrated its 100th rollout in Panama.

The Americas Paralympic Committee (APC) has announced that the Lima 2019 Parapan American Games will feature a record 1,850 athletes who will compete in 17 sports, two more than Toronto 2015. The announcement was made following a three day meeting (28 February-1 March) in the Peruvian capital between the APC and Lima 2019 Organising Committee


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PRESS RELEASE Monday 29 February, 2016 BWF CELEBRATES 100 ‘SHUTTLE TIMES’ Shuttle Time – the Badminton World Federation’s schools development programme – has blown out 100 candles in Panama! This Central American nation last week had the enviable distinction of staging the 100th implementation of the global grassroots initiative which has spread badminton to all

Tournament Draw for Doubles Mania

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JBA Doubles Draw available under Tournaments… CLICK FOR MORE