Badminton Association

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  • He is now involved in sports administration and is the president of the Badminton Association of India.
  • The Canadian Badminton Association claimed that his Toronto Star articles made him a paid professional.
  • Chinese Badminton Association is a national non-governmental, non-profit sports organisation in China.
  • It is also an associate of the Badminton Association of India.
  • That year Lohden also set up the Surrey Badminton Association, becoming their first honorary secretary.
  • In the field of sports he has served as the president of the state football association and working president of the Andhra Pradesh ball badminton association.
  • At present, he is the head coach of Philippines, employed by the Philippine Badminton Association.
  • After his retirement in 1991, he was the chairman of the Badminton Association of India for a short while.
  • Indian Badminton League is a franchise league commercially managed by Badminton Association of India.
  • An active sportswoman herself, she was most associated with badminton, having served as president of the Philippine Badminton Association.
  • When he left for US in 2008, he rubbed the Nepal Badminton Association on wrong side.
  • The final was held by Badminton Association of Malaysia and sponsored by Malaysia.
  • Coach Education Programmes for Badminton coaches are held every year in association with the Badminton Association of India.
  • He is an avid badminton player and the President of the Singapore Badminton Association.
  • Returning home, he has becomes a physiotherapist with Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM).
  • India National Badminton team represents India in international team badminton and is governed by the Badminton Association of India.
  • Her paternal grandfather, Ramesh, was secretary of the Mysore Badminton Association for many years.
  • K.J.S. Baral had been the president of Nepal Badminton Association after his retirement from law enforcement.
  • The Philippine Badminton Association is the national governing body for badminton in the Philippines.
  • Schenk became independent professional player in June, having severed ties with the German Badminton Association (DBV).
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