• London 2012 Conclusion Statement London 2012 Conclusion Statement

    08 August, 2016

    A statement by the President of Badminton World Federation (BWF), Dr. Kang Young Joong at the conclusion of superb competitions over nine days at London 2012, during which fans across the globe get treated to badminton at its best!

  • He’s ‘Dan’ It! He’s ‘Dan’ It!

    08 August, 2016

    The end of the Men's Singles badminton final at London 2012 proves a repeat of Beijing 2008 with Lin Dan of China throwing his arms up in ecstasy and Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei going down on his knees, both players reacting simultaneously to the final point of their contest.

  • Li Xuerui Repays Country’s Faith in Gold Li Xuerui Repays Country’s Faith in Gold

    08 August, 2016

    Li Xuerui wins her chance to prove herself at London 2012 only when China decides to make a last minute change in the team.
    What a golden move that proves to be as Li repays her team's faith in her with the Women's Singles Gold.

  • Zhao’s Double Take at London 2012 Zhao’s Double Take at London 2012

    08 August, 2016

    China's Zhao Yunlei achieves a marvellous double at London 2012. With the Mixed Doubles title already in her name, she teams up with Tian Qing to grab the Women’s Doubles title today, giving her a double celebration in badminton at London 2012.

  • Careers Complete with Golden Sweep Careers Complete with Golden Sweep

    08 August, 2016

    Top Chinese pair Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng enjoy what must have been one of their finest moments ever which also filled a significant gap in their overall achievements.

  • Lin Dan: “I was just an ordinary kid like anyone else.” Lin Dan: “I was just an ordinary kid like anyone else.”

    08 August, 2016

    China's badminton ace, Lin Dan, shares his thoughts on London 2012 and how he continues to strive to be the ultimate example for future players throughout the world.

  • London 2012 Olympic Games London 2012 Olympic Games

    07 April, 2016

    To the entire world of Badminton the game made its homecoming when the 2012 Olympic Games was hosted by the city of London.