International Badminton Magazine - September 2012

The latest issue of International Badminton Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:

GB Badminton Sets Sights On Rio
Following the performances in the Home Olympics BADMINTON England promised to build on the experience of London 2012 to ensure Team GB’s players continue to develop in readiness to make an impact at the Olympics in Rio 2016

Badminton’s Olympic Shame
Whilst the world marvelled at a spectacular win for Lin Dan in an unforgettable Men’s Singles final and at the exploits of China’s domination in claiming all five titles, badminton’s future as an Olympic sport will be brought into question over the coming months after the London spectacle saw eight players disqualified for deliberately trying to lose matches

Badminton Injuries
Sports Physiotherapist Vivian Grisogono explains why most badminton injuries affect the legs, although badminton players can also suffer arm and back problems too

Nathan Robertson Retires
One of Britain’s greatest ever players, Nathan Robertson announced his retirement earlier this summer. Dominic Bliss explains Nathan’s future plans, which include player management, junior coaching and setting up a new badminton league… plus a lot of golf

2012 – 2013 International Calendar
International Badminton Calendar at a glance

ZSIG Badminton Equipment
Racketsports coaching equipment specialists ZSIG have introduced a new range of their signature portable Zsignet systems specifically for Badminton

World Rankings
Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Mixed Doubles, Men’s Doubles and Women’s Doubles Rankings at a glance

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