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P.E.3 INDIVIDUAL and DUAL SPORTS Sabrina Ann Monion, LPT
UNIT I BADMINTON Chapter I____________________ A. Brief History of Badminton WHAT TO KNOW! The origin of the sport can be traced to ancient Greece, China, and India. Badminton is derived from the word “Poona”, which was first played in India in the 1860s. Historians believed that the game Badminton was played in China over 2000 years ago. In 1979, the IBF approved, open badminton which opened international competition to non-professional players. The Badminton World Federation (BWF, originally the International Badminton Federation), the world governing body of the spot, was formed in 1934. Badminton first appeared in the Olympic Games in 1988. In 1992, it became a full medal Olympic sport, with competition for men’s and women’s singles (one against one) and doubles (two against two). Mixed doubles was introduced at the 1996 Games. Learning objectives At the end of this lesson, you should be able to: 1. To discuss the historical background and development of Badminton. 2. To identify the terminologies and facilities and equipment used in Badminton.
Facilities and Equipment The Racket Badminton racket is quite light and composed of carbon fiber composite (graphite reinforced plastic). Weight: 80-96 grams Length: 66-68 cm The section of a badminton racket The Stringed Area- This is where the player intended to hit the shuttle. The Head- bounds the stringed area. The Throat- (if present) connects the shaft to the head. The Shaft- connects the handle to head. The Ferrule- firmly connects the shaft and the handle .
The Handle- is the part of the racket intended to be gripped by player. The Butt- is located at the tip of the handle . The Frame- body structure of the Badminton Racket Shuttlecock A lso called a “bird or berdie”. Made of 16 goose feathers and is firmly fixed in a leather covered cork head. It may be made of feathers, plastic or nylon. Parts of the Shuttlecock The Feather Shuttle- consists of 16 goose feathers. The Cork or the Base- It has an open conical shape formed by feathers embedded into a rounded cork (or rubber) base. The court Courts can be set outdoors or indoors Official Badminton court is 20 feet wide Singles court is 17 feet wide
Backcourt Also called rear court. The Backcourt is eight feet of the court, including the back alley. Baseline Also called the backline; Back boundary line at each end of the end of the court parallel to the net and the doubles long service Long Service Line In singles, the back boundary line (baseline); in doubles, the line 2 ½ feet inside the back boundary line. Any serve landing behind this line is out. Backcourt Also called rear court. The Backcourt is eight feet of the court, including the back alley. Baseline Also called the backline; Back boundary line at each end of the end of the court parallel to the net and the doubles long service Long Service Line in singles, the back boundary line (baseline); in doubles, the line 2 ½ feet inside the back boundary line. Any serve landing behind this line is out.

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