The BWF recognises that sport science plays an important role in developing and promoting the sport through badminton-related research. It offers a scientific support and approach in the development of the sport in areas such as injury prevention, inclusive badminton, physical activity, player performance, coaching performance, Para badminton, dual career, sustainability and many more.
Over the years, the BWF has supported a variety of badminton related research programmes and projects. This includes the annual BWF Research Grants programme, Global Badminton Research project and Global Health Badminton Study. These programmes and projects are overseen by the BWF Sport Science and Medical Research Commission.
Similarly, Badminton WA is very well aware of the importance of Sport Science in this modern day and Badminton WA has been very fortunate to be involved in several Sport Science research projects held in Australia over the past years.
If you are looking at getting involve (as participants or research associates) in Sport Science research projects, feel free to contact our Development Officer, Dr Ryan Lin for a chat at 9409 4433 or email to email@example.com.
For more Sport Science related information from Badminton World Federation, click here to access BWF Sport Science.
Research participants wanted!! Quantifying thermal strain during singles match-play badminton.
For more information, please refer to the document below or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.