England secured a number of medals at last weekend’s U15 Home Countries Quadrangular at the National Badminton Centre in Milton Keynes.
Performance director Jon Austin is under no illusions how challenging the Olympic qualification will be for GB players, with places for Rio 2016 having started this week.
Fontaine Chapman, the England No 1, won the Hellas International women's singles title on Sunday, but Toby Penty fell just short of bagging two home singles' titles.
The GB team has been named for the World University Games (the Universiade), which will be held in Gwangju, Korea, from 3-14 July.
Badminton England has been named National Governing Body of the Year 2015 the BT Sport Industry Awards.
The Road to Rio has well and truly begun this week as tickets are now on sale to watch Team GB stars in action at the 2016 Olympic Games.