Development

Annual Development Meeting in Kuala Lumpur
Date: 9/29/2012 3:33 PM
Published by : Manuel Røsler

The Badminton Wold Federation (BWF) held its Annual Development Meeting from 1st to 3rd October 2012 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The representatives from all five Continental Federations have gathered in the head office of BWF. Badminton Confederation of Africa, Badminton Asia Confederation, Badminton PanAm Confederation, Badminton Oceania and Badminton Europe Confederation attended the meeting with 2 to 3 representatives each. BEC was represented by Brian Agerbak, General Secretary, Spela Silvester, Development and Sports Assistant and the new Development Manager, Jeroen van Dijk.

The topics discussed were regarding the current and the future BWF development projects, driven by the Continental Confederations - among others Shuttle Time, Coach Education, Para-badminton, Women in Badminton, Players’ Development, University Badminton etc.

The Annual Development Meeting is a great opportunity for Continental Confederations to meet and exchange the valuable experiences and impressions regarding the various BWF projects all over the world.  At the same time, it gives the CC’s the opportunity to get valuable input regarding the projects from BWF development experts.

There are a lot of diversities among the continents, but at the same time the very same drive for all of Continental Confederations can be recognised, the passion and devotion to our sport and the believe to make badminton one of the most recognisable sports all over the world.

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