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  • The players are promised with bright future in the national and international badminton arena.
  • An air show was held in Badminton until the early 1990s, when new safety rules forced it to close.
  • In addition, badminton is also offered throughout the year.
  • The Village Hall provides facilities for Badminton as well as other multi-function events.
  • She finished her badminton career in 2002 when she retired from the national squad.
  • The school hall has two badminton courts and can also accommodate six table tennis tables.
  • The team is part of a sports club which, apart from football, also offers its members badminton and table tennis.
  • The new block has badminton courts and an open air theater.
  • Australia has sent a team of eight badminton players to Athens.
  • He has been Indian National Badminton Champion three times and twice runner-up.
  • Other sports such as football, hockey, basketball, tennis and badminton are also popular in the city.
  • Cricket is the most popular game in the city, followed by badminton and athletics.
  • His daughter, also a keen sports player, was a Scottish champion in badminton.
  • The focus of her life was badminton, which she played competitively from a young age.
  • The Sudirman Cup is the world mixed team badminton championship which takes place every two years.
  • There will also be a double sports hall to play badminton, basketball and squash.
  • The blue lines are those for the badminton court.
  • Today cricket, association football, badminton, golf and hockey are among the most popular sports in the city.
  • Throughout its history the company has introduced a number of advances to the manufacture of badminton equipment.
  • Badminton is quite a popular choice for students during their selection of activities for P.E. classes.
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Meaning of badminton

  • noun A game played on a court with light long-handled rackets used to volley a shuttlecock over a net