Injury Prevention Research Project – World Junior Championships
The BWF invited athletes at the LI NING BWF World Junior Championships to take part in this research study, and to provide information about their injury experiences during their sporting career. Information gathered from this study will be used to guide and direct future athlete health, and injury prevention initiatives.
The aim of this study is to report injuries among elite junior badminton players and to investigate if certain risk factors are associated with previous and present injuries. BWF ultimate goal, is to support the long-term health and fitness of elite badminton players.
> 07 days of examination
> 285 athletes from 39 countries involved on the clinical assessments
> Lui Chung Wai from Hong Kong China was the luck winner of the Apple Watch for completing the research questionnaire and the physical assessments.
BWF Sport Science Research Grant 2019-2020 is OPEN!
BWF provides the opportunity for research institutions and individuals to apply for research grants to assist in the funding of applied sports science research in badminton. The BWF Sports Science Commission has three key goals and the research grants assist in achieving these goals: ...
BWF Technical Officials’ Resources Available Online!
BWF has recently completed the first set of resources for training technical officials, consisting of a Line Judges' Manual, an Umpires' Manual (Level 1) and a Referees' Manual (Level 1), as well as accompanying educational videos. These educational resources can be used by Members Associations i...
Health Benefits of Playing Badminton
Badminton is one of the most popular sports in the world with more than 300 million active players worldwide (Nielsen Sports, 2019), and is played by both males and females equally across a range of ages and skill levels. The health and social benefits of badminton are wid...
Show Your #WhiteCard
The Badminton World Federation will again be raising its #WhiteCard in solidarity with Peace and Sport’s annual observance of the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. Come April 6, badminton’s world governing body will join other organisations globally in marking the sixth an...