Badminton World Championship 2011
August 8, 2011 by staff
Badminton World Championship 2011, It all keys flying, hitting and breaking wood, nimble feet and lightning reactions, such as the World Badminton Championships and the Olympic test event start at Wembley Arena today.
Racquet sports and flying their way back to ancient Greece, China and India. In England, Battledore was popular among children in medieval times, a sort of keepy uppy with a shovel and a rooster feathers. British Army officers in Pune, India, in the 19th century Battledore got bored and added a network to make it more fun. They brought the game back again to a party on the lawn of the Duke of Beaufort home in England in 1873. Beaufort was so pleased with him said that the game of Badminton, after his own home.
Badminton was first played in the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 and has become a favorite due to its fast-paced excitement and frenetic footwork, lightness, balance and break the power of the players.
London 2012 will be five medal events: men and women singles, men’s and women’s doubles and mixed doubles. All events will begin with a preliminary stage, the competitors will be divided into groups, and each pair of players and doubles are played all the others in their group. The best players moving to the second round. Competition takes place between July 28 to August 5 at Wembley Arena.
There will be plenty of talent at home throwing Olympic hopefuls around the court this week, including Chris Adcck, Rajiv Ouseph, Rob Blair, Gabby White and Imogen Bankier undoubtedly going to play out of their skins for the home crowd.
But expectations for the prospects of a medal in 2012 was achieved thanks to the sport itself to a red light after a performance review earlier this year. British badminton has been in decline since our last medal in Athens 2004.
Base badminton, however, is enjoying resurgence in schools and as a fun sport for adults. A new course, Badders in the city is a six-week introduction to London only costs £ 20. Is being implemented in community centers and city and teach you the basics. One of the best clubs in London’s Holloway Sobell Badminton Club, which welcomes all players of ability. Badminton Club London Met is the largest pay and play club in town (students gathered to get a 50% discount), you can play in Canary Wharf, Victoria, and Little Venice – many places.
Note that Parabadminton is campaigning to become a Paralympic sport, but recent efforts are not included for Rio 2016.
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