Badminton may be a age old sport, but Sports injuries are still older with time. Any sportsperson can be injured during his sports life by any means. But, can eventually avoid it too. How? will be your next question, there comes the interaction between the sport and our body mechanics. In Particular badminton is a sport that involves interaction and coordination of almost all important muscles in our body. First of all to notice, passion alone doesn’t drive a badminton player to victory, but also his sports stride without injuries will be the count for his continuous and consistent winning spree.
There are various correct badminton training techniques and correct practicing schedules that avoids a badminton player from injuries. Sports injuries may occur at any part of his sports career.
Most often moving parts in our body are likely to get injured more because of the wear and tear and the stress it absorbs during the play. There are basically 5 parts of our body that is likely to get injured, they are, 1. Ankle, 2. Achilles Tendonitis, 3. Tennis Elbow, 4. Rotator Cuff Injury and 5. Patella Tendonitis.
Physiotherapy exercises are unique for different sports injuries and act to where it has occured in our body.
Once injured, proper recovery time should be provided and then restart at a slow pace based on the reculpturing time, because the injury recovery time is a very hard paced one. one should know the proper ways of avoiding or minimizing the effect of getting injured during his total badminton life time by choosing correct apparels, applying correct procedures
Better late than never, sports Injuries can be avoided by following the basic sports procedures and recommendations correctly in one’s training and practising schedules, doing warm-up and warm-down exercises correctly after each session, having adequate rest and avoid over doing things are most important factors are involved in making a non-injury prone badminton player which otherwise will have compelling effects over one’s performance.
BAI Grade II
Examination will be held at Jaipur, Rajasthan during the 40th Inter State – Inter Zonal &
Junior National Badminton Championships 2015 from 30th November to 6th December 2015.
Each State is permitted to send 2 candidates only.
The procedure is as follows.
29-11-2015 — Reporting before 2.00 p.m.
30-11-2015 — Line judging during Inter state Championships.
01-12-2015 — Line judging during Inter state Championships.
01-12-2015 — Theory Examination – at 3.00 p.m at the Venue.
02-12-2015 & 03-12-2015 — Practical Examination.
04-12-2015 — Viva & Practical’s.
Candidates shall be provided free hospitality from 29th to 6th December 2015
(Boarding & Dormitory Accommodation by the Host.Association).
Those interested to avail rail concession; they may contact the concerned State
All the Members Associations are requested to send names of 2 candidates from each unit
to Mr.S.A.Shetty, Convener, BAITOC email: firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy to
Mr.S.Muralidharan, Chairman, BAI TOC email: email@example.com, Mr.K.K.Sharma,
Org.Secretary email: firstname.lastname@example.org and to the undersign before 1st November 2015.
It was a remarkable and joyous day for Sunaira Jain, a seven year old and a Class III student of Podar International (Khar, a suburb of Mumbai) entered the semi-finals for the first time that she is representing her school in the girl’s U-10 Mumbai Schools Sports Association inter-school badminton tournament with a 21-11, 21-8 win over nine-year-old Tanya Damle of Rustomjee International (Dahisar, a suburb of Mumbai) at the Cricket Club of India badminton courts yesterday.
Shanysa, her twin suister, younger to her by a minute, lost to second seed Taarini Suri of JB Petit High School (Fort) 12-21, 11-21 in her quarter-finals.
After the Quarter Final match, Sunaira Jain quoted, “Though I am happy that I won, I wish Shanysa could win her match too” .
Simran Singhi a second seed of the Ryan International ICSE (Malad, A Suburb of Mumbai) beat school-mate and best friend Arya Shetty 21-10, 21-14 to clinch the girl’s U-16 Mumbai Schools Sports Association inter-school badminton title at the Cricket Club of India badminton courts yesterday.
In the boys’ U-16 section, third seed Varun Mujumdar of Arya Vidyamandir (Bandra, a Suburb of West Mumbai) scored 21-6, 22-20 to notch a win over Devesh Dharmarajan of Thakur Public School (Kandivli, a suburb of North Mumbai).
Other Results (All finals):
Girls (U-14): Rane Rudra bt Jagtap Jahnavi 21-15, 19-21, 21-17. Boys (U-14): Varun Dave bt Tanish Saxena 21-15, 21-14. Girls (U-12): Hrissha Dubey bt Manya Avlani 21-3, 21-8. Boys (U-12): Joshi Atharva Mandar bt Aryan Ghosh 21-18, 21-15. Girls (U-10): Aalisha Naik bt Suri Taarini 21-12, 21-18. Boys (U-10): Pawar Harsh bt Phatak Soham 21-15, 21-19. Girl’s final (Team Event): Ryan International School ICSE (Malad) bt IES VN Sule Guruji English (Dadar) 2-0. Boy’s (Team Event): Thakur Public School (Kandivli) bt Arya Vidyamandir (Bandra) 2-0.
Ajay Jayaram has climbed up seven places to be ranked world No. 25 in the latest rankings issued by the Badminton World Federation on Thursday and after his Splendind performance in the $600,000 Korea Open Super series badminton tournament which has helped him re-enter into the top 25 ranking spot. The Indian shuttler was a runner- up at the Prestigious Victor Korea Open 2015 badminton Tournament.
Ajay Jayaram lost the tournament to the defending champion and World No. 1 Chen Long of China.
It is remarkable to note that after mulled by injuries, he fought back again and reached the semi-finals of the Russian Open, the Swiss and the Malaysia Masters tournaments earlier this year.
When asked about his plans for the future performances, he added that he would bring more laurels to India in the sport.