Badminton is an indoor/outdoor game played with racket and shuttle cocks. The game as such was started in PUNE (India) later the game was given a boost in England with the name of the hall as "Badminton" was used to give the game its official name.
From then on Badminton was taken up as a recreational sport rather than competative before the game was picked up by the Asian giants like Indonesia, China, Malaysia, Korea, Hongkong etc... and countries like Denmark, Germany, Russia picked up the game later on.
Badminton is the world's fastest racket sport with a speed of a smash reaching 150KM/PH.
Some of the terminologies used in Badminton......
Service/drops/smash/net play/dribble/toss/clears/forehand/backhand/let/setting/drills/shuttle picking/
Game is played for 21 points with best of 5 games (scoring is TT scoring )
Descriptions of many terms and expressions used in the sport of badminton.
I play badminton at a high standard so here it goes.
Badminton isn't just about hitting the shuttle over the net, it is about having good co-ordination to place the shuttle where your opponent is going to struggle to return it. You improve your co-ordination skills by loads playing badminton.
Secondly, there are players who are going to send you running round the court. You need to have quick feet to get to where the shuttle is going. You need to be able to quickly change directions to get to where the shuttle is going. Badminton improves you foot work.
Finnaly, In badminton you need to have some good stamina, if your facing a tough opponent, you may have really long rallys that make you go sprinting round the court. You need to be able to keep up the quick pace for long rallies and games. You stamina will build heavily by playing badminton.
Hope this helps!!!
Badminton is the fastest racket sport on the planet with the shuttlecock capable of reaching speeds in excess of 200mph, that's faster than the speed of a Euro Star train! It's no surprise then that elite badminton players require supreme fitness, electric reaction speed, agility, poise, strength and finesse, but is also a sport that is easily picked up and that anyone can play.
With the world's top players hailed as 'super heroes' within the fanatical badminton communities across Asia, badminton is one of the most popular sports on the globe, played, and enjoyed, by millions of people every day.
Yet a sport with such universal appeal has its humble beginnings in the UK, where the game was formalised and founded. The sport even takes its name from the stately home of the Duke of Beaufort who was an early fan!
The Olympic badminton competition, consisting of 5 different formats, is considered the pinnacle of the sport's competitive calendar; however it only featured for the first time in 1972 as a demonstration sport, becoming competitive 20 years later.
Find out more about the history of badminton with the British Olympic Association.
Badminton is played as singles or doubles, with Olympic events for men, women and mixed doubles teams. Team GB have had good representation in the Olympic badminton competitions since they started in 1992 with their most successful showing being at Athens in 2004 where Gail Emms and Nathan Robertson took silver in the mixed doubles event, having won gold at the European Championships earlier that year.
The Badminton World Federation is charged with promoting the game of badminton worldwide and for managing and delivering major championships. They are supported by continental federations and national associations such as BADMINTON England, Badminton Scotland, Ulster Badminton and Welsh Badminton. It is these associations that we are working with to ensure that you have access to the best possible badminton experience across the UK through their extensive clubs network and other initiatives.
A badminton game is where people dress up in yellow chicken suits and run across a large muddy field whilst shouting "YAMAMAWAKAKAHOOOO" :)
It is a type of sport that includes running,stamina,strength and the spirit of sportsmanship .it is known as a sport that is mainly played indoors. It is a racquet sport
Badminton TermsThese are the common Badminton Terms used in BadmintonAttacking clear
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While not a "definition"; in the nomenclature, i.e.; the names of things, of a Badminton racket its truly called the "stringed" area. Seems silly, doesn't it?Google: "The Laws of Badminton"The other parts are named:The handle, head, shaft, throat and frame.
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Badminton was a demonstration sport in 1972, an exhibition sport in 1988, and a full medal sport in 1992. Badminton most certainly began on the Asian continent, but the exact origins are unknown. By : Joanna100 =)
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