This week’s Badminton World Federation Development and Shuttle kicked off despite the heavy rain on Monday.
It was Day One for the
Juniors’ afternoon classes and Badminton Cook Islands says not even the rain
could keep the children away from taking part in their first Junior class of
Around 65 children have
registered for classes this term between the ages of seven to 13-years-old. And
after nine weeks of classes they will all compete in the Easter Monday
Meanwhile, Badminton Cook
Islands has released their Calendar for the year that includes Term One Junior
Classes from February 1 to April 1 for eight weeks and the Ten Week Social and
Elite Team Challenge that starts today (February 3 to April 9).
The Air Badminton Come and
Try will be from March 8-13 and the Easter Monday Tournament is on April 5.