India’s HS Prannoy prevented an Indonesian sweep at the Yonex-Sunrise Indonesian Masters 2014 by winning the Men’s Singles title yesterday.
The Li-Ning BWF World Championships 2014 threw up some unexpected results. The heat of the championships having cooled off, we pick those who created some buzz.
The Confederation of Mediterranean Badminton (COMEBA) recently held a training camp and tournament in its efforts to develop the sport in the Mediterranean region.
The confidence and drive of players from nations with no badminton pedigree was an encouraging sign at the recent Youth Olympic Games.
The Yonex-Sunrise Vietnam GP Open 2014, a tournament which was disrupted yesterday after a section of the venue’s roof collapsed, re-started at an alternate venue today.
A World Championships that began under the shadow of prominent withdrawals ended with glorious milestones being set.
China's Zhao Yunlei replicated her London Olympics performance with two titles at the Li-Ning BWF World Championships.
Carolina Marin authored one of the most significant results in badminton history, beating favourite Li Xuerui in the Women's Singles final to become Spain's first-ever World champion.
Semi-finals day ended in despair for the hosts as their representatives in three events failed to cross the penultimate hurdle. Here are some visuals of yesterday’s action.
Carolina Marin, who had to persuade boys to hit with her so she could improve, became the first Spaniard to reach a World Championship final, beating up-and-coming Indian, PV Sindhu, in a taut, emotionally draining semi-final tonight.
Exciting things are brewing and well underway in the development of badminton around the globe. Read how the Olympic Solidarity can assist national federations and National Olympic Committees develop the sport, and find out about BWF Schools Programme, Shuttle Time, as well as the BWF Coach Education programmes here »
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