• 01 September, 2014 / Share memories

    Li-Ning BWF Thomas & Uber Cup Finals

  • 01 September, 2014 / Questions to BWF

    The OSIM BWF World Superseries stays savvy with Video Ringtones launch

    The BWF is empowered by the IOC and the BWF’s 180 Members to govern the sport of badminton worldwide. BWF's main focus is regulating, promoting, managing and developing the sport worldwide. This can only be achieved in partnership with a range of stakeholders, the most important of which are BWF Members, the five Continential Confederations and BWF's commercial and media partners.
  • 01 September, 2014 / Questions to BWF

    Is the Badminton World Federation (BWF) is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as the world governing body for the sport of badminton?

    The BWF is empowered by the IOC and the BWF’s 180 Members to govern the sport of badminton worldwide. BWF's main focus is regulating, promoting, managing and developing the sport worldwide. This can only be achieved in partnership with a range of stakeholders, the most important of which are BWF Members, the five Continential Confederations and BWF's commercial and media partners.
  • 01 September, 2014 / Donate exhibits

    The Herbert Scheele Trophy is presented by Council for outstanding and exceptional services to badminton. Recipients of this award are presented with a replica of the trophy Herbert Scheele Trophy?

    The BWF is empowered by the IOC and the BWF’s 180 Members to govern the sport of badminton worldwide. BWF's main focus is regulating, promoting, managing and developing the sport worldwide. This can only be achieved in partnership with a range of stakeholders, the most important of which are BWF Members, the five Continential Confederations and BWF's commercial and media partners.