• “The Shuttlecock” “The Shuttlecock”

    08 April, 2016

    "The Shuttlecock" - from the painting by Parisian Jean Chardin (1699 - 1779), which was published in the International Badminton Federation (IBF) Handbook for the year 1971 as well as in the Guinness Book of Badminton by Pat Davis. (Coloured picture courtesy of Guinness Book of Badminton by Pat Davis)

  • Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games

    08 April, 2016

    Badminton gains its second successful experience in its Olympic journey at Atlanta 1996 during which Poul-Erik Høyer was the toast of Europe producing a stunning success in the Men's Singles amidst the overall domination of the four leading Asian nations.

  • Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Sydney 2000 Olympic Games

    08 April, 2016

    Badminton continues to live up to its high standards set earlier at Barcelona 1992 and Atlanta 1996 during the exceptional Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

  • Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Beijing 2008 Olympic Games

    07 April, 2016

    The game gains immensely when the world's biggest badminton nation played host to the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

  • 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.

  • Test 3D model Test 3D model

    26 August, 2015

    test 3D model view in all browsers web and mobile

  • Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games

    12 February, 2015

    Badminton experiences a terrific debut when the 1992 edition of the Olympics Games is staged at the city of Barcelona in Spain.

  • Thomas Cup History Thomas Cup History

    12 February, 2015

    The Thomas Cup which was named after IBF's first President Sir George Thomas, was first staged in 1948-49 when the team from Malaya claimed the inaugural title beating Denmark in the final.

  • BWF President Elected IOC Member BWF President Elected IOC Member

    12 February, 2015

    BWF President Poul-Erik Høyer, was confirmed as an IOC Member at the 126th IOC Session in Sochi, Russia, on 7 February 2014.

  • Badminton Becomes a Paralympic Sport Badminton Becomes a Paralympic Sport

    12 February, 2015

    BWF’s vision to be part of the Paralympic Games was realised when the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) announced in Berlin on 7 October 2014, that badminton was included as one of the first 16 sports selected for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.