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What does it take to be considered a "provincial player"?

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by OscarL, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. OscarL

    OscarL Regular Member

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    So I'm 14 and currently I'm interested in becoming a professional badminton player. I am pretty good for my age in Calgary, but there are many people who frequent the badminton centre I play at who are apparently a provincial player. If you do know, what does it take to become a provincial level badminton player? Do you have to enter many tournaments or be a certain skill level? Thank you in advance :)
     
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    have you read the stuff in badminton alberta's site?
     
  3. OscarL

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    Yes I have but I didn't really understand it haha :p
     
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    email badminton alberta for a player number.
    register with tournament software.
    sign up for a provincially sanctioned tournament.
    There, you're officially a provincial player. :)
     

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