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  • Ranking & Seeding Guidelines amended

    Mar252015 Ranking & Seeding Guidelines amended

    Badminton Alberta Board of Directors approved a revision to the Ranking & Seeding Guidelines during their conference call of 20 January 2015.

  • Calgary selected to host 2015 and 2016 Yonex Canada Open Grand Prix

    Mar112015 Calgary selected to host 2015 and 2016 Yonex Canada Open Grand Prix

    OTTAWA (Badminton Canada) – Badminton Canada announced Monday the hosts for the 2015 and 2016 Yonex Canada Open.

    The 2015 and 2016 Canadian Grand Prix will be hosted by Badminton Alberta in Calgary Alberta at the Winsport’s Markin MacPhail Centre. The 2015 Grand Prix will be held June 22 to 28 with the dates of the 2016 event to be confirmed shortly.

  • New NCCP unveiled at workshop held in November

    Mar112015 New NCCP unveiled at workshop held in November

    The much anticipated redesigned NCCP (National Coaching Certification Program) was unveiled to badminton’s new LFs (Learning Facilitators) at a three day training workshop held in Oshawa - November 19 – 21, 2014. LFs were formerly called Course Conductors in the now retired, old NCCP. The workshop was offered in conjunction with CAC (Coaches Association of Canada), and Badminton Canada. Joe Morissette, the Executive Director of Badminton Canada, invited coaches from across Canada through their PSO (Provincial Sports Organization).

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2016 Alberta Winter Games Zone Trials

Are you born in 1999 and interested in trying out in the zone in which you reside. Badminton Alberta is looking for the next Lin Dan. Are you that player.

The 2016 Alberta Winter Games is an excellent opportunity for eight athletes (4 males and 4 females) from each of the eight zones to come together and compete.

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Membership required for all Albertan's entered into the Yonex Canadian Masters Badminton Championships

The draws for the 2015 Yonex Canadian Masters are available on-line. Just a friendly reminder that an active membership with Badminton Alberta is required from all Alberta players registered for the event. Here is a quick link to the membership registeration page.

2015 U23 / Junior National Championship Coaching Eligibility

Badminton Canada championship policy requires all coaches to have a minimum NCCP level 1 certification in order to coach at the U23/Junior National Championship. This regulation will be enforced at the 2015 U23/Junior Championship via an accreditation card that will be provide to your coaches.

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Ranking & Seeding Guidelines amended

Badminton Alberta Board of Directors approved a revision to the Ranking & Seeding Guidelines during their conference call of 20 January 2015.

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Love Badminton? Opportunities after HIgh School

Do you love playing Badminton?  Not many high school Badminton athletes realize there is opportunity for them to continue playing Badminton after High School.  Not only are there opportunities for them to play a sport they love, there are scholarship opportunities as well.  Badminton is one of the 10 sports in the ACAC (Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference).

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