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Badminton Officials Training

posted 1 Mar 2017, 15:31 by SABC Badminton
A cool free program from the EDBA and Badminton Alberta:

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As a regular and active badminton player, do you know when your opponent’s flick serve is legal and when it isn’t? If your opponent’s racquet touches the net in a rally, do you automatically win the point every time? You are so sure your shot landed in but your opponent called it out, who gets the final say? If you’re not sure about the answers to the above or have a host of other badminton rules related questions, maybe you want to consider attending a badminton officials training clinic. If you are so inclined, please note the following email from Badminton Alberta (BA) about its “Badminton Officiating 101” course to be held at the Royal Glenora Club this weekend
 

Location:  Royal Glenora Club, Edmonton, AB

Course Date:  Mar. 3 - 5, 2017  (in conjunction with the  AJC - Royal Glenora Junior(U11/13/15))

Course Schedule:

  • Fri. Mar. 3, 2017:  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm (World’s Room)
  • Sat. Mar. 4, 201710:00 am - 12:00 pm and 3:00 - 5:00 pm (on court)

** for on court sessions please wear clean, non-marking indoor shoes.  Outdoor shoes are not permitted.**

Course Pre-Requisites:

Course Instructor:

  • Paula Sceviour, Badminton Canada, National Referee


Course Fee:

  • Free - We only ask that you be members in good standing with Badminton Alberta.

For further information please contact Badminton Alberta at (403)297-2722 or  jbell@badmintonalberta.ca

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