Although the game of Badminton has existed in many different incarnations since the days of Ancient Greece, today's game derives from the western past-time of Battledore and Shuttlecock. It eventually developed into its present incarnation and was definitively launched in 1873 at badminton house, home of the Duke of Beaufort.
Greece in ancient times invented badminton.
Christopher Badminton, but I think he was known as Chrissy.
badmintin was named badmintin because that's the name of the city badminton was invented in
BADMINTON was invented long ago; a form of sport played in ancient Greece and Egypt. Badminton came from a child's game called battledore and shuttlecock.
the person who invented badminton was a british indian officer, i dont know the specif name
They used feather shuttlecocks and badminton rackets.
It is not known who invented the sport badminton. It is thought to have originated in Greece over 2000 years ago.
The ancient Greeks
in india in the 1800's
No, it has originated from England
It is believed that badminton was invented over 2000 years ago. In Ancient Greece people played games with shuttlecock. The game shuttlecock and Battledore was very popular.
badminton was introduced to the US in 1835
invented the badminton racket is the BRITISH MILITARY OFFICER'S stationed there .Early photography show ENGLISH men adding a net to the tradisyonal ENGLISH GAME
A type of scoring that was used by the acient greeks. The Classic scoring was invented by Jim Carrey in the year 1873.
When Badminton was invented in India it was known as Poona.
in India during the 18th century
Issac Spratt is credited with popularizing it.
The name of the person who invented Badminton isn't known. However, it is known that it was invented in India, and originally called 'Poona.' British soldiers stationed in India during the Raj learned to play the game, and brought the rules and equipment back to England when they returned. The Duke of Beaufort is credited with introducing the name 'Badminton' in 1873. His estate was known as Badminton, and people who played the game there, started calling it 'that Badminton game.'
Badminton first appeared at the Commonwealth Games in 1966.
Badminton isn't played with a ball. It's played with a shuttlecock a feathered projectile. The game was invented in the mid eighteenth century by British army officer serving in India.
Although the game of badminton has existed in many different incarnations since the days of Ancient Greece, today's game derives from the western past-time of Battledore and Shuttlecock. It eventually developed into its present incarnation and was definitively launched in 1873 at badminton house, home of the Duke of Beaufort.