Badminton Federation

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  • It were the second world championships of the World Badminton Federation.
  • In 1939 his idea was well received at the general meeting of the International Badminton Federation.
  • She ended her career after the Olympics, and later received the Danish Badminton Federation badge of merit.
  • She was invited by the World Badminton Federation to compete at the 2012 Olympics in the women's singles event.
  • It drew sponsorship interest from condom manufacturers, but the International Badminton Federation objected to the name, which has since been abandoned.
  • The organisation maintains the rules of badminton for Denmark, usually in line with those of the International Badminton Federation.
  • The service caused much uproar and was eventually banned by the International Badminton Federation (IBF).
  • The game drew a large number of students from South India, resulting in the formation of the Ball Badminton Federation of India in 1954.
  • Joshi recently got the number one slot in the 2014 January junior rankings of the World Badminton Federation.
  • In 1957 the Canadian Badminton Federation decided to open the championships and they were combined with the Canadian Open until 1961.
  • His idea was well received at the general meeting of the International Badminton Federation (now Badminton World Federation) in 1939.
  • An official Danish protest against the result was eventually denied by the International Badminton Federation (now the Badminton World Federation).
  • The founding of the World Badminton Federation was officially proclaimed at a third conference held in Hong Kong in February 1978.
  • The Turkish Badminton Federation is the governing body for badminton in Turkey.
  • Wu was part of a cadre of Chinese players who dominated women's international badminton after China became a member of the International Badminton Federation in 1981.
  • It was eventually considered (especially after the first Thomas Cup series in 1949) the unofficial world championship of the sport until 1977 when the International Badminton Federation launched its official championships.
  • Pakistan Badminton Federation (PBF) is the governing body of Badminton game in the Pakistan.
  • Wu was one of China's leading combination women's singles and doubles players in the first several years after her country joined the International Badminton Federation (now Badminton World Federation).
  • The National Badminton Federation of Russia (NBFR) is the governing body for the sport of badminton in Russia.
  • Xu Rong was one of the main Chinese players who dominated the women's game after China joined the International Badminton Federation in 1981 in both singles and doubles.
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