• Herbert Scheele - Secretary Extraordinary Herbert Scheele - Secretary Extraordinary

    25 November, 2016

    A write-up published in the August 1976 issue of World Badminton by Stuart Wyatt, the President of the IBF, on Herbert Scheele and the extraordinary secretary that he is.

  • The Man Who Invented Badminton The Man Who Invented Badminton

    24 November, 2016

    Something about John L. Baldwin who changed Battledore and Shuttlecock into Badminton.

  • Mr. G. A. Thomas Mr. G. A. Thomas

    23 November, 2016

    This is an article that appeared in the October 1912 issue of The Badminton Gazette. It reveals all we need to know, and more, about Sir George Thomas.

  • The Battledore Transformed The Battledore Transformed

    30 September, 2016

    In this article sub-titled "A History of Early Badminton", Richard Eaton makes a thorough examination of the origins of the game of Badminton.

  • Mr Badminton - Herbert Scheele Mr Badminton - Herbert Scheele

    30 August, 2016

    With incomparable vision, knowledge as well as undivided dedication and energy, Herbert Scheele is indeed Mr Badminton. He single-handedly got the world of badminton moving as early as in the 1930's.

  • Badminton Owes Much to Sir George Badminton Owes Much to Sir George

    18 August, 2016

    A great player and a great administrator, Sir George Thomas, passes away.

  • The Passing of Sir George Thomas The Passing of Sir George Thomas

    18 August, 2016

    The entire Badminton fraternity mourns the death of its Founding President, Sir George Thomas.

  • Important Problem for next AGM Important Problem for next AGM

    18 August, 2016

    The Editor of World Badminton, H.A.E. Scheele, feels that the I.B.F. Annual Meeting in London in July will be remembered for a long time. With rising interest on who should rightfully represent China, the Federation will have to deal with a motion that is both significant and unprecedented.

  • China and the I.B.F. China and the I.B.F.

    18 August, 2016

    H.A.E. Scheele, Editor of World Badminton, discusses issues that led to China's entry into the game's world governing body, the International Badminton Federation (I.B.F.)

  • From 9 to 166: The Family Grows From 9 to 166: The Family Grows

    17 August, 2016

    The International Badminton Federation came into being in 1934 when Badminton was still widely known as a game played mainly by the British. How it has spread across continents to currently include one hundred and sixty six member countries, is revealed by Torsten Berg.