In the city of Paramaribo a school visit was made to primary school O.S.Devisbuiten, where Shuttle Time has been introduced after the Pilot Course held earlier this year. The BWF Shuttle Time programme was officially launched in Suriname in October 2017 (beginning of the school year), nevertheless, the schools have already witness encouraging results among […]
BWF Named “Federation of the Year’ by Peace and Sport Badminton World Federation won the ‘Federation of the Year’ honours at the prestigious Peace and Sport Awards in Monaco on Thursday 7 December. The Awards, instituted by Peace and Sport, an international organisation that works on using sporting initiatives to promote peace, recognise accomplishments […]
Tashkent (Uzbekistan) – the Uzbekistan Badminton Federation hosted the Republican Cup of Uzbekistan (second most important competition). The tournament gathered more than 100 players from all 12 regions of Uzbekistan – which showed the positive growth of the sport in the country. Women’s Singles and Women’s Doubles gold medals went to player from the capital, Tashkent. Men’s Singles, […]
Most (Czech Republic) – Martina Krocova prepared a training experience for kindergarten children during the first ever summer training camp held in the local badminton training center Super Stars in the town of Most. This first training experience within the Badminton Academy for AMA School was the first real sporting experience for many of these […]
Lukáš Kroc Badminton Academy is the first and still the only badminton academy set up in the Czech Republic, which combines badminton and education. This sophisticated system which combines badminton and education starts from kindergarten level (AMA School) and goes right up to university level (VŠFS Most). Kids start in this system from the young […]
From 16th June to 21st June 2017, Clermont-Ferrand, a French city of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, hosted one of the European Schools Championship Badminton 2017 organised by International School Sport Federation and the French School Sport Federation. The event was also supported by the Badminton World Federation, the French Badminton Federation, and also more specifically by the Badminton Europe which produced […]
Thank You to Everyone Who Entered! Last month, we launched a short survey calling for feedback and suggestion to improve our website, Facebook and Shuttle Time App. Our ultimate goal is to decide what types of features are built next, so we can better meet your need. We had nearly 250 feedback entries in the first […]
We’re extremely pleased to announce there are now 12,000 teachers using the Shuttle Time App to teach badminton to kids in their schools! The mobile App has grown in popularity with teachers in all of the world within a year since its launched and we have received fantastic feedback from both teachers and individual […]
It’s been now almost a year since we launched our Shuttle Time app, website and facebook. In order to improve the quality content for each, we are conducting a little survey to learn more about your experience with the app, website and our Shuttle Time facebook. Click here to access the survey in English! Click […]
The BWF is pleased to offer Shuttle Time Photography Grants for Member Associations, which are intended to support the promotion of Shuttle Time globally. Member Associations involved in the project will be asked to: Hire a photographer for documentation purpose for Shuttle Time programme Send us minimum 10 good quality photos of the programme along […]
We will be running a series of Shuttle Time Big Hit Festivals to create a legacy from the TOTAL BWF World Championships 2017 by encouraging thousands of children in Scotland to take up the sport of badminton. Big Hit Glasgow The inaugural Big Hit Festival was staged at the Emirates Arena on Monday 6 June […]
Every sport has its own specific nature, which can provide a unique solution to the diverse needs of particular communities. This is certainly the case for badminton, whose educational values and benefits we intend to use to benefit vulnerable populations in Colombia and East Timor. This partnership with the BWF will allow us to be even more targeted and appropriate in operations we run in these two countries that have long suffered and deserve support in their efforts towards peace.
The 16th edition of SHUTTLE WORLD – BWF’s quarterly e-news magazine – is now available on the BWF website. Edition 16 – October 2016 – January 2017 Gold Coast 2017 – TOTAL BWF Sudirman Cup / BWF AGM BWF Research Projects Towards Tokyo 2020 / Para-Badminton Player Awards 2016 Gala Night in Dubai – Badminton Player Awards 2016 […]
The 15th edition of SHUTTLE WORLD – BWF’s quarterly e-news magazine – is now available on the BWF website. Articles includes: Infront Sports & Media Partnership announced – 2018 – 2025 A.E Embraces Para-Badminton 3rd Indonesian Para-Badminton Championships Coaches Conferences in Bilbao (Nov 2016), Dubai (Dec 2016) and Glasgow (Aug 2017) Riveting Record-Setting Rio – Olympic Games Report […]
The BWF recognizes the fine balance, and importance of Member Associations being part of a global BWF project, while also having the ability to self-promote, and give Shuttle Time its own national identity.
The Badminton World Federation is answering global demand for greater access to its grassroots programme with the launch of a Shuttle Time website and Shuttle Time app.
Badminton World Federation has received a TAFISA Sustainability Award for its development programme, Shuttle Time.
The BWF is pleased to announce our Shuttle Time’s Social Media Channels. Please continue to Follow, Like and Share our stories on Facebook and Twitter #BWFShuttleTime
We are pleased to announce that the BWF Shuttle Time Video Clips are now available in Spanish and French on BadmintonWorld.tv
Shuttle Time – the Badminton World Federation’s schools development programme – has blown out 100 candles in Panama!
Badminton Australia is pleased to announce it has successfully commenced a program to promote Badminton in Nepal – Shuttle Time Nepal.
Badminton World Federation and the United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) recently signed a Letter of Intent to collaborate – using BWF’s Shuttle Time programme – on grassroots development.