Tuesdays @ 10:30 – Noon Thursdays @ 10:30 – Noon Saturdays @ 9:00 AM
Our mission is to bring people together to enjoy the sport of badminton and to foster opportunities to meet new people and to learn from one another.
To promote the sport of badminton on the Truman State University campus we encourage individuals of various skill levels to join the organization and grow in the sport. Instruction is provided on official rules and techniques within the sport.
All members of the Truman State and Kirksville communities ages 18 and over are eligible to participate in the organization.
Here’s your chance to share any strategy tips or badminton battle stories! The octopus sculpture known as “The Quad Kraken” has found a new home. Created by students in Danielle Yakle’s Introduction to the Visual Arts class, the sculpture spent much of last fall on display near the library and Kirk Memorial. As with other Read more about Kraken Gets Released![…]
We had spring elections and also presented the Rec director with a donation to help raise the height of the nets to regulation. We discovered when played the A.T. Still players that the heights were off abit. Sue thinks it can be easily adjusted.
Aaron & Marliss Aaron & Brandon 2018 Mixed Champions 2018 Men’s Doubles Champions Dr. Poyner (Champ) has his own personal ranking system. It is absolutely objective and accurate! He is open to a challenge system where one can attempt to move up in rankings. To move up, must win 2 of 3 games. To challenge Read more about Champ’s Rankings[…]
Did you know that the hit badminton shuttlecock or birdie is faster than the hit baseball or golf ball? Speeds of over 200 mph have been recorded. Last spring Coach Davis of Truman’s baseball team came to our practice and clocked our smashes. We are not sure the calibration of the device was accurately set. Read more about Fastest Projectile in Sport![…]
The first link below has lots of articles written about badminton during the Olympics. The second link below tells all the badminton results from the Olympics. You just have to click on each event to see what the results were. (Men’s Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women’s Singles, Women’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles) By sheer numbers of players, Read more about Badminton Around the World[…]