Badminton – 2016 Rio olympics

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Updated: June 14, 2016

Badminton

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Badminton

Badminton is a sport that consists of rackets, and is played on a court rectangular shape in which a network is in the middle as a way of dividing the field. As tennis is played in singles and doubles modes (one against one or two against two, respectively). This sport is not played with a ball, but with a steering wheel or pen (a small object with small diameter in the impact zone, it increases at the back). Because of the way that this projectile has to be unaffected with the way the wind is usually played indoors. A point is achieved when any player manages to throw the pen, so this fall on the ground the attacking half.

With its roots in the old pastime called “battledore” Badminton origins date back to a simple game of leisure. In the Olympics, however, the pace of the game is anything but casual. Unlike other disciplines racket, badminton replaces a ball through a steering wheel which can go faster than any other object in any other sport-. Discover this and more from an event that has made a transition to competition: from a backyard barbecue to stage the Summer Games.

Badminton has the particularity to be played in mixed mode, ie, a man and a woman against a man and a woman. As an official sport is also considered as an Olympic sport, all from 1992. The badminton is a sport that dates back to ancient India, and did not receive the name that currently owns, but the same name as the city that is considers its origin “Poona” and after being brought to England by officers who saw in this sport a great source of entertainment, began to perform very often, of course clothing that was practiced left nothing protocol out as it is generally played with formal clothes.

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Badminton is a sport that consists of rackets, and is played on a court rectangular shape in which a network is in the middle as a way of dividing the field.
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