Is there an age limit for the Olympics?
No maximum age limit.
No, they don't offer badminton in special olympics
Yes, badminton has appeared in the Olympics since 1992.
There is no age limit for Track and Field. But, there is an age limit for other sports in the Olympics. For example, you must be 16 to compete in gymnastics, and you must be 18 to compete in equestrian. But there is no age limit for track and field. It is very rare you will find someone under the age of 14 or 15 in the Olympics though.
there in no lower age limit.
The age limit is sixteen.
Badminton Europe has an age limit of 55 for umpire assessment and Badminton World Federation will not assess an umpire over age 50, and they must retire at 55. Assessment is the process of becoming an accredited umpire after completing training courses. As far as how yound can an umpire be, Sandarina Lok was the youngest umpire in the Badminton Association of Malaysia when she passed the Grade 3 Umpire exam in 2010 at the age of 14. The UKs youngest umpire was 17 years old in 2012. Since he was not 18, he could not represent Great Britain and officiate court-side at the London Olympics.
There is no maximum age for competing at the Olympics - a long as you qualify for your national swimming team you can compete
badminton was introduced into the olympics in 1682
No, badminton will still be scheduled to be played in 2012 Olympics in London.
The age limit and the youth is a little bit less changelling.
the lst summer Olympics the age was set at 14
people who want to play badminton...thats who
Badminton debuted in the Olympics at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. The 2008 Games will be the 5th that badminton has been competed. 4 events, namely the Singles and Doubles for Womens and Men was held in 1992 and in 1996, Mixed Doubles was included in Atlanta Olympics.
it was introduced into the Olympics in 1992
badminton was first introduced into the olympics in 1924
'cause it is.
There is not age limit, per se. If you can make the team, you can go.
Badminton is a part of the Summer Olympics, and there is a Yearly World Tournament for badminton, but there are tournaments every week like in tennis.
The Malaysian badminton Datuk lee Chong wei won the silver medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.