“We supply all the equipment and the idea is that the court can be booked through reception,” he said. “This court will give people the opportunity to play at lunchtime or after work and also introduce new employees to the sport.” Hoseasons website administrator and regular badminton player Tony Lumley said it was a “great idea”.
“It opens the sport to other people and I’ll certainly be making use of the court,” he said.
6 in 2010 becoming the first doubles partnership from the country to be ranked amongst the top-10 and later with her partnership with Ponnappa in women's doubles.
She paired with Ponappa at the Rio 2016 Olympics where the pair crashed out in the group stage with two consecutive losses at the hands of opponents from Japan and Netherlands.
China has won eight gold medals since the game first became an Olympic sport in 1992.
Yes, the best shuttlecocks are made from only the left wing of a goose.
It’s all about attracting talent and retaining staff.”The company, which employs 300 people, already has two table tennis tables set up in the office, runs a fresh fruit Friday initiative to encourage healthy eating and also has a number of other exercise orientated programmes on the go.
She is also the only Swarthmore volleyball player named to the All-Centennial Conference First Team three times (2009, 2010, 2011).“We have loads of space,” said Mr Smith of the building which was once a shoe factory.“We’re quite fortunate because of that and are open to looking at other sports.”After suitable space was found in the building, the court was marked out and a net set up.It doesn’t use a ball but a shuttlecock, which is made of goose or duck feathers, cork and leather. Not really, the court is smaller and the net is higher than in tennis.It comes from a place in the UK called ‘Badminton House’.