Upcoming Events 2014

  • April 08-18: World Juniors - Malaysia
  • April 17-19: Umpires course - Botswana
  • April 23-29: Africa Champs - Botswana
  • May 22-31: Africa Youth Games - Botswana
  • May 24: BWF AGM - Delhi, India
  • May 24: Africa meeting - Delhi, India
  • June 01-11: Road to Rio - Mauritius
  • June 09-11: Umpires course - Mauritius
  • June 12-15: Mauritius International
  • June16-18: Umpires course - Kenya
  • June 19-22: Kenya International

News

Preview: The Stage is Set

After a brilliant tournament in Mauritius last year, the African players are ready to test themselves again during the forthcoming African Championships from 23 to 29 April 2014.  After having organised the African Junior Championships in 2007, Botswana will now host the African Championships for the first time in their history.  The tournament will be held in the Lobatse Sports Complex which is a regular venue for international badminton competitions.

Eye Level Cups: Experience for our Juniors

The adventure ended for the African countries that participated in the 2014 JATI World Junior Championship in Alor Setar, Malaysia.  Algeria, Botswana, Egypt, South Africa (Top) and Zambia were the African countries that took part in the different events of the Individual Championships (Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles) for the Eye Level Cups.  Although most of these players lost in the first and second rounds, it was a memorable experience for these youngsters.

The Badminton Association of Ghana in close collaboration with the Badminton Confederation Africa and several local authorities officially launched the Badminton World Federation Shuttle Time program on 31 March 2014 in Accra, Ghana.

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