Identified at BWF Shuttle Time sessions, the next wave of Tonga’s Junior Players undertake a two-month intense training camp in China

Fifteen players, aged between 12-15 years old are currently taking part in a two-month intense training programme in the Hunan Province, China – organised by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Tonga as part of a project partnership with China International Sports Co.Ltd, All fifteen players were originally identified at various BWF Shuttle Time sessions…

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BWF Shuttle Time helps schools to extend sports curriculum in Aitutaki, Cook Islands

The Cook Islands are one of the many countries in the Pacific that are formed of multiple islands – another challenge faced by our Member Associations when promoting BWF Shuttle Time among their communities. Cook Islands Badminton recently extended their reach to Aitutaki, known locally as ‘a little paradise’, which is home to approximately 1800…

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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…

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Badminton Oceania is delighted to welcome the Solomon Islands as the newest member country

The Solomon Islands enter as the sixteenth country to join as a member in Oceania, alongside Australia, Cook Islands, Fiji, French Polynesia (Tahiti), Guam, Kiribati, Nauru, New Caledonia (associate member), New Zealand, Northern Marianas (associate member), Norfolk Island, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Tuvalu. There are now 16 member countries in Oceania contributing to the…

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