With a record breaking 65 countries competing at the 2018 blibli.com BWF World Junior championships the Australian and New Zealand players have finished their tournament showing a promising display for the future.
Badminton Oceania is seeking a new full-time staff member to develop, co-ordinate and manage our communications strategy and activities.
As part of the Oceania development programme the U19’s national teams from Australia and New Zealand are in Magelang, Indonesia in preparation for the BWF blibli.com World Junior Championships. The training camp is to help them aclimatise and gain some much needed experience in a different environment.
The LI-NING Australian Junior International is being played in Melbourne 31 August – 3 September
Special Olympics Samoa had their first taste of badminton when the Shuttle Time Samoa team delivered activities as part of EKS unified sports day.
In this AustraliaPlus photo feature, we go inside the exciting life of Tonga National Shuttle Time Badminton coordinator and mother of three Peti Tupouniua, as she represents the Australian Aid-supported Pacific Sports Partnerships at one of world badminton’s biggest events, the Sudirman Cup.
The Sudirman Cup being hosted on the Gold Coast has been the catalyst for a special sporting, social and cultural exchange between Australian Tongans and Tongans visiting Australia
Shuttle Time Oceania descended on Samoa earlier this month to deliver a number of activities including Oceania’s first Shuttle Time Coordinator workshop and training for Samoan Tutors, Teachers and children.
The BWF Total Sudirman Cup 2017 has come to an end in the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia.
A contingent of 7 Para-badminton players from Australia are descending on Bangkok to compete in the Thailand Para-Badminton International 2017.