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Smt. Sarada A.C Ramalingam Badminton Hall

We have a state of the art Indoor Badminton Court with wooden flooring meeting International Standard

For many years, people all over the world have enjoyed playing badminton. Badminton is a popular sport played by two single opponents or two teams. The court is divided by a net and a shuttlecock is passed back and forth between teams or players with racquets.

The origins of badminton can be traced back to the 1800s in India, where stationed members of the British military developed the sport. In 1934, the International Badminton Federation was established as a formal governing body that continues to oversee the sport around the world. With such a long history and popularity among players worldwide, badminton has developed some particularly fascinating characteristics that might make for perfect dinner party conversation:


1. Badminton is the fastest racquet sport in the world - shuttles can reach speeds of over 200 miles per hour!.

2. Here are badminton players around the world, and badminton has become the second-most popular sport in the world behind soccer.

3. The International Badminton Federation has over 150 member nations.

4. Most badminton racquets weigh between 70 and 95 grams before strings or grips are added.

5. When players are playing a badminton match, their racquets are not allowed to make contact with the net.

6. The longest badminton match on record, between a Danish player named Peter Rasmussen and a Chinese player named Sun Jun, lasted for a total of 124 minutes. The shortest match lasted only six!.

7. Shuttlecocks were traditionally made from feathers that are gathered from the left wing of a goose. It takes about 16 feathers to make the shuttlecock.

8. Before badminton was called "badminton," it was referred to as shuttlecock and battledore. The badminton name came from an estate called Badminton House in Gloucestershire, England

10. Badminton made its Olympic debut at the 1992 games, and it was seen on television by over 1.1 billion people.

11. Even though badminton was invented in the 1800s, it did not become a popular sport in the United States until the 1930s.

12. The Kansas City Art Museum's lawn is home to the world's largest shuttlecock. This shuttle is 18 feet tall and weighs nearly three tons.