Badminton for Everyone

by R. Stanton Hales The world sporting community and the International Olympic Committee in particular, have had the wisdom to give Badminton the respect it deserves. By unanimous vote of the I.O.C., Badminton has become a medal sport. The future of the world’s most demanding racket sport is rosy indeed but there still is much… Continue reading Badminton for Everyone

Badminton – It’s Role As A Physical Conditioner

By Lowell N. Douglas, Ph.D In a series of studies conducted by the Department of Physical Education at Baylor University, information has been obtained which suggests that Badminton is one of the finest conditioning types of activities. The game possesses all of the fundamental motor skills with which man is endowed and demands faster reactions… Continue reading Badminton – It’s Role As A Physical Conditioner

New USBEF Publications Committee

The USBEF is pleased to announce the formation of a Publications Committee whose mission, duties and functions are listed below. Mission NewsletterObtain information about badminton throughout the country and internationally and Publish it in the USBEF Newsletter.  Publish the Newsletter quarterly. WebsiteUpdate and maintain the contents of the USBEF website. Duties of Publication Committee members. Submit… Continue reading New USBEF Publications Committee

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Joyce Jones the Champion

At 77, Joyce has won 257 National, International, Senior Olympics and World Senior Badminton titles. She’s received the Award of Merit Trophy for Outstanding Service and Sportsmanship and was inducted into the Badminton Senior Hall of Fame. She is the highest tournament title winner in the Canadian Senior Championships with 60 titles. In 2000, players… Continue reading Joyce Jones the Champion