Gender Equity Grant encouraging girls in the Solomon Islands to pick up a racket with BWF Shuttle Time

Pictured: Roseanne Ulunga (back row, fourth in from the left) with BWF Shuttle Time Workshop attendees and participants The Solomon Islands is a nation formed of hundreds of islands in the Pacific, with Papua New Guinea as it’s closest neighbouring country. Currently, a small community of people play badminton across the country, with only three…

Australia head into the VICTOR Oceania Men’s and Women’s Team Championships 2020 as first seeds

Pictured: Setyana Mapasa (left) and Gronya Somerville (right), Australia. Photo Credit: Badminton Photo From February 10-16 February, the VICTOR Oceania Championships will take over the Ken Kay Badminton Stadium in Ballarat, Australia. Combining the able-bodied and para badminton events in the same week, the able-bodied Championships will also see the Men’s and Women’s Team event…

Australian Line Judge, Ravi Nandan, added to Technical Officials line up at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

The BWF Line Judge has worked at a number of events across the region, including the Australian Para-Badminton International Championships 2018, VICTOR Oceania Championships 2019, Samoa 2019 Pacific Games, Gold Coast 2017 Sudirman Cup and 2018 Commonwealth Games. This year, he branched out into the HSBC World Tour events, including at the the Macau Open…

Christmas Competition – Terms and Conditions

Competition terms and conditions – 2 – 5 December 2019 The promoter is Badminton Oceania (NZBN number 9429043198863) whose registered office is at 3 Robert Street, Ellerslie, Auckland, 1051, New Zealand. By entering this competition, the entrant is indicating that they agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. This competition is only open…

Australia’s competing juniors knocked out on day four in Singapore, leaving Under 13 Shrey Dhand to fly the flag on day five’s quarterfinals

Pictured: Coach and players from Team Australia. Photo Credit: Badminton Australia On day four of the Singapore Youth International Series 2019, Australia’s competing players were knocked out in the third round of their respective disciplines and age groups. Both Timothy and Priska faced tough competition from Asian opponents, who secured a comfortable victory to progress…

Two Australian Juniors survive day three at the Singapore Youth International Series 2019

Pictured: Shrey Dhand, Australia. Photo Credit: Badminton Australia As the competition reaches the midway point, two Australian Men’s Singles players survived another day in Singapore. Under 13 Men’s Singles player, Shrey Dhand, continued to defy his Asian opponents, defeating home player Ding Han Jin over three exhilarating games, ending 21-19 in the third game. Similarly,…