To make the process easier and the lessons understandable in a nation where badminton is not a major sport, the Albania Badminton Federation (ABF) translated the Shuttle Time Resources into the Albanian language. The resources are in the final stage of desktopping and will be available by the end of July.
In May 2022, Albania became the 151st country to implement the Shuttle Time Schools Programme.
Led by Italian Badminton Federation’s Shuttle Time Tutor Alessandro Readelli, the Shuttle Time Teachers Course took place for the very first time in the city of Korça on 7-8 May and was attended by 11 mostly young participants (five male, six female).
The realisation of this course makes it possible to increase the number of badminton teachers in Albanian schools. The 11 who participated in May will now introduce the sport in their schools using Shuttle Time lessons.
ABF is also making plans to hold more sessions, especially the Shuttle Time Tutors Course.
BWF – MBA Host Coaching Clinic For Underprivileged Children
On 6 November 2022, BWF and Michael Badminton Academy (MBA) co-delivered a CSR Coaching Clinic at MBA Badminton Hall in Puchong, Selangor to 66 underprivileged children (4-20 years old) from five homes. Lasting two hours, the clinic was supported by six volunteer coaches on six badminton courts,
Shuttle Time Materials Updates
In 2012, BWF launched Shuttle Time to the world – a schools badminton programme supporting the principle that children should lead a healthy and active life in and out of school – with the goal of making badminton one of the world’s most popular and accessible school sports. Up to today, a
PBSI reactivates Shuttle Time
Hoping to create new tutors from the country’s 37 provinces, Indonesia Badminton Association (PBSI) reactivated its Shuttle Time programme in May in the northern Sumatran city of Medan after a pause in 2021. Shuttle Time’s Indonesian journey, which started with a pilot project that attracted
Making badminton more accessible around Europe
The 2022 Shuttle Time Tutors/Trainers Course in Caldas de Rainha, Portugal concluded successfully with participants ready to implement lessons in their countries. “The two-and-a-half-day course, split into theoretical content and court sessions, was a great opportunity for the attendees to lear
Namibia Introduced to Shuttle Time & AirBadminton
With support from Badminton Confederation of Africa (BCA), Shuttle Time Schools Programme hit Namibia in late April with the delivery of its first Teachers Course over three days in Oranjemund. Attended by 16 participants, the course showcased the teachers’ passion towards badminton and they to