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Second Draft - 2017-2018 Badminton BC Sanctioned Event Calendar

Badminton BC is pleased to announce that the second draft of the 2017-2018 Badminton BC Sanctioned Event Calendar is now available for viewing:

*Note that as this is the second working draft of the 2017-2018 Badminton BC Sanctioned Event Calendar, consultation with our tournament hosts will continue to occur over the next number of weeks before a finalized 2017-2018 schedule will become available for our affiliated clubs and individual membership.

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2017 1st BC Para-Badminton Provincial Championship Postponed

The inaugural 2017 1st BC Para-Badminton Provincial Championship will be hosted by Badminton BC and held at the Vancouver Lawn Tennis & Badminton Club in Vancouver from August 25-27, 2017.

This event was rescheduled to August 25-27, 2017 from its original scheduled date of June 9-11, 2017.

Full information about the inaugural British Columbia para-badminton provincial championship can be viewed on the sanctioned event calendar at: 2017 1st BC Para-Badminton Provincial Championship.

2017 CCAA Hall of Fame Inductee - Alvin Lau

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Associationis proud to induct 10 new members into its 2017 Hall of Fame

June 6, 2017 - Abbotsford, BC - Alvin Lau, a four-time Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association gold medalist in Badminton, will be inducted into the CCAA Hall of Fame in the Athlete Category.

Lau, along with partner Charmagne Yeung, captured three straight CCAA titles for Douglas College in Mixed Doubles (2006-08). He earned another CCAA gold medal in Men’s Doubles (2009) as well as a silver medal in Men’s Doubles (2010). Full details >>>

2017 CCAA Hall of Fame Inductee - Jennifer Wong

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Associationis proud to induct 10 new members into its 2017 Hall of Fame.

June 6, 2017, Abbotsford BC - Jennifer Mills (nee Wong), who captured four Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association gold medals in Badminton, will be inducted into the CCAA Hall of Fame in the Athlete Category.

The Douglas Royals standout student-athlete earned CCAA gold in Women’s Singles (1997, 1998), Women’s Doubles (1999) and Mixed Doubles (2001). She also led the British Columbia Colleges Athletic Association (BCCAA, now PACWEST) to Team Supremacy titles in 1997 and 1998.  Full details >>>

Upcoming NCCP Coaching Workshops & Officials Clinics

Badminton BC in partnership with School District 36 and the Vancouver Lawn Tennis and Badminton Club announce the Summer schedule of NCCP coach education workshops and Badminton BC officials clinics coming up in the next few months.

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First Draft - 2017-2018 Badminton BC Sanctioned Event Calendar

Badminton BC is pleased to announce the first draft of the 2017-2018 Badminton BC Sanctioned Event Calendar is now available for viewing:

Please note that as this is the first draft being made public for viewing for both our affiliated clubs and individual membership, further consultation with our tournament hosts will be occuring over the next number of weeks before a finalized 2017-2018 schedule will become available.

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Badminton Canada is Proud to Host the 2018 BWF World Junior Championships

(Ottawa, ON) – On Monday May 22nd, the Badminton World Federation (BWF) announced that Badminton Canada has been awarded the 2018 World Junior Badminton Championships, to be held at the Pan Am Centre in Markham, Ontario in November of 2018. This marks only the third time that Canada has hosted a World Badminton Championships, having previously hosted the 2004 World Junior Badminton Championships (Richmond, BC) and the 1985 World Championships (Calgary, AB). The World Junior Badminton Championships is the largest of the BWF World Championships, attracting upwards of 40 countries and over 500 athletes and coaches. 

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Results and Recap of the 2017 Yonex Junior U23 National Championship

Ottawa, ON - The 2017 Yonex U23 / Junior National Championships in Moncton, New Brunswick have once again provided an unforgettable experience to all athletes, fans, and the greater badminton community. With over 275 athletes competing in 20 disciplines, the level competition at this year’s Championships was incredible! With outstanding performances throughout the week, Badminton Canada is proud and optimistic for the future of Badminton in Canada. Read more>>>

Toby Ng on the Podium at XXI Pan American Badminton Championships

Ottawa, Ontario - The XXI Pan American Badminton Championships took place last week (April 27-30) in Havana, Cuba with 11 countries competing from across the Americas. Canadian athletes displayed an exemplary performance throughout the tournament capturing the Gold medal in 4 out of 5 events, along with placing 7 entries in the Championship finals.  Read more>>>

Badminton Canada Announces New Staff Appointment

Ottawa, ON – Badminton Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Luck as Events & Communications, Officer. Luck will oversee the digital marketing and communications within the organization, as well as help organize domestic and international events. As this is a new position in the organization, Luck will work closely with Chief Executive Officer, Joe Morisette, and High Performance Manager, Jordan Bridal in order to ensure the best for Badminton Canada and its athletes.  Full Announcement...

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