A shuttlecock (sometimes called a bird or birdie) must have 14-16 feathers and are usually from a goose or duck and from the left wing of the bird only.
The International Badminton Federation's World Grand Prix Circuit, started in the 1980s, turned a primarily amateur sport into a professional one.
Badminton is named after the county seat of the duke of Beaufort in Gloucestershire, England, possibly the region where the game was first played.
· The official world smash speed record is 332 km/h (206 mph), set by men's doubles player Fu Haifeng of China, on June 3, 2005 in the Sudirman Cup. In the singles competition, the fastest smash recorded is 305 km/h (189 mph) by Taufik Hidayat of Indonesia.
· The weight of the shuttlecock is about 17-19 ounces. It usually lasts for no more than two games. The heavier the shuttlecock, the faster it flies. They also fly faster in higher temperatures and at higher altitudes.
· The first badminton club in the US was the Badminton Club of New York, formed in 1878.
examples chemistry trivias examples chemistry trivias
Give some examples of science trivias trivias are science whhat is your name sgyfgasdygsygd
what are trivias in science what are trivias in science
give me a sample of chemistry trivias with a question did you know that?
paulo jay bautista
You can make trivias on twitter by searching some facts and then posting it on twitter :)
a great laptop is a macbook:D
hieiiei galing hieiiei galing
Rizal is one of the national heroes in the Philippines