More than 1.1 billion people watched the 1992 Olympic Badminton competition on television.
DUCK DUCK GOOSE
The best shuttlecocks are made from the feathers from the left wing of a goose.
The official game of Badminton was born in a stately home in Gloucestershire, England, home of the Duke of Beaufort.
During an average top-level match players hit the shuttle roughly 400 times.
760,000 Americans call badminton their favorite sport, and more than 11.2 million Americans played the sport at least once a year.
Players can travel several miles around the court in a competitive match.
Badminton is the second most popular sport in the world, after soccer
BADMINTON IS FOR LIFE
One of the few sports that you can play for life. BNS now has programming for kids as young as 5.
BOYS & GIRLS
Singles, doubles & mixed provides social opportunities for all cultures, backgrounds and genders.
BADMINTON IS EVERYWHERE
It is inexpensive, easy to grasp the basics and everywhere; courts are found across the province in almost every gym.