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Badminton rankings( beginner/intermediate/advanced)

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by mamapoko, Mar 28, 2010.

  1. mamapoko

    mamapoko Regular Member

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    How do we rank players according to these rankings(begginer/intermediate/advanced)
    Many has always used this term saying that they are intermediate players.
    But what do they mean?
    Confused:confused:
    For begginers,
    does it mean that they are able to forcefully do (drops,net,lob,lift,smash)
    mean they are begginer?
    It is really hard as there is not quite a fixed specification for each grade..
    Hope you can enhance me on something i dont know :D
     
  2. charliebadders

    charliebadders Regular Member

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    in england we use the participation pryrimid. which is elite, which is players playing nationally and internally. then comes performance, this is players playing premier division or county. then participation, this is just general club level players and finally foundation which is beginners. however, don't know how to do this for other countries. also, this stays the same for age so you may be 12 and be elite however, you may be beaten by a good club player whos 30 but only classed as participation. i think the moderators should make a sticky giving the definitions of rankings and the skills you can perform to be in those rankings.
     
  3. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    Grading Badminton Skills

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    Have a read of this thread located at:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=63832
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