November 2011 All News
Over 450 student badminton players from more than 65 universities will do battle on court this weekend as the University of Nottingham plays host to the 2011 BUCS Badminton Individual Championships.
Nathan Robertson and Jenny Wallwork won a 72-minute nail-biter against Japan's Shoji Sato and Shizuka Matsuo in the first round of the Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Open. But England had to wait until the last matches of the day for their second win when Wallwork and Gabby White won their women's doubles first round. Pictures and copyright:...
England's Rajiv Ouseph is top men's singles seed and Mariana Agathangelou and Heather Olver are No. 1 women's doubles seeds at the Scottish International Championships in Glasgow from November 23-27.
Maxifuel, the specialist endurance nutrition brand, has announced a new two-year deal to become the official sports nutrition supplier to BADMINTON England and Team England badminton squad
Special Olympics gold medal winning Para-badminton star Hazel Johnson has continued her stunning year by being named Disabled Sports Achiever of the Year at the Greater Manchester Sports Awards.
It's that most wonderful time of the year again and we are asking you, our BADMINTON England members to get into the festive spirit early and design our official Christmas Card for 2011.