In March 2021, the Badminton World Federation (BWF) provides the opportunity for research institutions and individuals to apply for research grants to assist the funding applied sports science research in badminton.
The BWF Female Participation Grant offers female athletes a chance to apply for financial support to attend and be internationally classified at some BWF-sanctioned tournaments annually. We are featuring the grant used in Uganda and Bahrain in 2021.
Special Olympics United Arab Emirates (UAE) and UAE Badminton Committee signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) last month pledging to provide training support for Special Olympics UAE badminton players competing at the 2023 World Games in Berlin, Germany.
The Badminton World Federation (BWF) and World Academy of Sport (WAoS) have extended the deadline for application for the Postgraduate Certificate in International Sports Management. Application deadline is on 02 January 2022.
The University of Ghent (Belgium), HAN University of applied sciences (The Netherlands) and the IAT – Leipzig (Germany) would like to invite you (coaches) to be part of ongoing research related to rackets sports.
A study commissioned by BWF under the Global Health Badminton project has been published in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy, Rehabilitation and Technology.
The Badminton World Federation (BWF) in partnership with the World Academy of Sport (WAoS) have opened a new cycle of scholarships for WAoS’ and the University of London’s Postgraduate Certificate in International Sports Management. Application deadline is on 12 December 2021.
In October, the BWF celebrated another “virtual graduation” activity, this time for the recently named Level 3 coaches in the Pan Am region. This represents the last of the pioneer groups on the groundbreaking Coach Education Level 3 course, in which course candidates explore high-level topics in coaching, in addition to completing a long-term course project.
Early last month (8-10 October), the Moss Badmintonklubb organised the second Badminton Camp and Tournament in Moss with the support from the Norwegian Badminton Association to provide a place where players with different disabilities (both physical and intellectual) could meet and play badminton.