TeamEngland prepare for the European Championships held in Limburg, Netherlands this October. Standing, Short Stature and Wheelchair categories will all be present as a strong England contingent pursue another great haul of medals trying to better their performance from the previous Europeans which was held in Spain. The Euros will be held just before the Irish 4 Nations Tournament held 19th - 20th November in Northern Ireland.
Click the poster to follow TeamEngland's progress:
Power2Inspire are back again this September. Save the date. Saturday 24th September. Encouraging the inclusion of disabled and non Disabled people to have fun and start playing the fastest racket sport in the world. With John Willis inspirational quest Road to Rio,the team wants to bring people together. Three time World Champion para-athlete Rachel Choong will be present on the day so come along and join in.
Belfast will be host to the last 4 Nations of 2016 in November.
Entry form available to download on EBAD Tournaments page.
Pictures from EBAD Stand 2015 and John Aubrey
EBAD will be at the All England Championships again this March 2016 and for the fourth year running.
On Saturday 12th March you are invited to watch England's top Disabled players from the TeamEngland Para-Badminton squad. Players from Standing, Wheelchair and Short Stature will be demonstrating. Players include:
Standing: James Binnie, Dan Bethell and Bobby Griffin
Wheelchair: Martin Rooke, David Follett
Short Stature: Andrew Martin, Rachel Choong, Isaak Dalglish
This year we will be sharing a small demo area with UK Sport so come along and have a go with wheelchair badminton.
EBAD was proud to be present at the All England in 2015 at the new Barclaycard Arena.We had tremendous support from the public and the public of all ages from school children to adults enjoyed and learned a lot from the wheelchair experience. Many saying how hard it is to move and use the racket at the same time.
E.B.A.D. encourages and is always happy to receive any news, information or activities to do with Disability Badminton.