Upskill your sports industry knowledge with the first online course on sport and the sustainable development goals

Text by Sport and Dev | Badminton Oceania. Photo: Badminton Oceania staff undertaking the online course: sport and the sustainable development goals  Looking to sharpen your skills and knowledge within the sports industry? Earlier this year, the Badminton World Federation released various online components, courses and resources on their platform which are useful for anyone…

Australia’s Sawan Serasinghe reflects on sports ability to unite us #StrongerTogether

Five-time Oceania men’s doubles champion (2015-19) and two-time mixed doubles champion (2017-18), Sawan Serasinghe, made his first Olympic Games appearance in Rio 2016. It didn’t take long for Sawan to break the internet as he made headlines around the world following his fast food feast at the end of his Olympic campaign. https://www.instagram.com/p/BJExHLCjJ_2/   Reflecting…

Hsuan-Yu Chen reflects on solidarity, unity and diversity of Olympic Games #StrongerTogether – Tokyo 2020: One Year to Go

Pictured: Hsuan-Yu Wendy Chen (Australia) at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Photo Credit: Badminton Photo Today (Thursday 23 July 2020) marks the One-Year-to-Go milestone before the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, due to be held in 2021. On this day, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is bringing together everyone who embodies the values of the…

Oversized shuttlecocks and Pacific Games champion assist Shuttle Time in Papua New Guinea

Badminton Papua New Guinea (PNG) continues to celebrate a successful partnership with Gymnastics as part of the Pacific Sports Partnership, a programme which is funded by the Australian Government. The self-proclaimed ‘GymBad’ partnership allows the sports to join forces and share resources to make more participants active through Shuttle Time and gymnastics activities, while having…