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    Default 21-point system PASSED by IBF AGM!!!

    世界羽坛迈出改革大步伐 21分制正式淘汰15分制

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    http://sports.sina.com.cn 2006年05月06日11:36 新华网

      新华网东京5月6日电(记者梁金雄、张华)国际羽联年度代表大会6日在东京举行,经国际羽联全体会员代 表投票通过,决定废除使用了几十年的15分换发球得分制,并正式启用21分每球得分制。

      由于从明年5月起将展开北京奥运会的资格赛,因此国际羽联的这一决定意味着两年后在北京奥运会羽毛球赛 场上将采用21分每球得分制。

      有着逾百年历史的羽毛球运动14年前成为奥运大家庭一员后呈现出前所未有的发展势头,但参赛国家和地区 少和比赛时间长等老毛病一直困扰着该项运动的可持续发展,也面临着有可能被挤出奥运大家庭 的危机。

      为了鼓励更多的国家和地区开展羽毛球运动的积极性以及缩短比赛时间、吸引观众、开拓市场和有利电视转播 ,去年底国际羽联决定从今年2月起试行每球得分的21分为一局的三局两胜新赛制,试行期仅3个月。3个月来 ,21分制的规律虽然还没有被各队所掌握,但它的偶然性和抑强扶弱的特点在汤尤杯比赛中已体现出来,如 尤伯杯赛四强中没了老面孔韩国队,并首次出现了德国和中国台北队,荷兰队甚至历史性地首次打进了决赛。(完 )

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    Care to translate? So the 21 pt rally system is now official?

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    Yes. the 15 pts is confirm waived.

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    not much new in the article. except that they voted to accept the 21pt system as a permanent measure.

    not really much of a surprise anyway, it has been well known that all votes have been "negotiated" and the vote was merely just a formality.

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    now i wonder if local tournaments and recreational play adopt the 21 pt system. I know of no clubs here use the 21 pt system.

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    I heard badmintoncanada is changing to the new system after jr nationals at the end of may

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    now i wonder if local tournaments and recreational play adopt the 21 pt system. I know of no clubs here use the 21 pt system.
    You are not alone. Most players in Hong Kong, except those who play in competitions, do not know about the new system. Most of the coaches swear by the old system and would not want their charges to try out the new system. Some who try it the first time just gave up. It may surprise you that all those I play with have now played with the new system and like it. There were some resistance initially but most of them actually prefer the new system now.
    This is still a free world. There is nothing to stop anyone from continuing with the old system. But over the long run you may not be able to find anyone to play with.

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    Disappointing but not unexpected news. Nothing on the IBF website, of course.

    Does anyone have an English report?

    We'll just have to look forward to the next scoring change in a year or two.

    Perhaps we can have goals at the ends of the court, after all badminton should prosper if it copies the world's most popular sport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWB001
    Disappointing but not unexpected news. Nothing on the IBF website, of course.

    Does anyone have an English report?

    We'll just have to look forward to the next scoring change in a year or two.

    Perhaps we can have goals at the ends of the court, after all badminton should prosper if it copies the world's most popular sport.
    No, the statutes of the IBF would not allow a change in the laws of badminton for at least another 4 years.

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    this 21 point system has been around for 4 years then?

    they can start "experimenting" with another new system after any AGM can't they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Nicholls
    this 21 point system has been around for 4 years then?

    they can start "experimenting" with another new system after any AGM can't they?
    The statutes say that any law changes can only be tendered for a vote once in every four years. For official trials and experiments there is no such limitation although they must be approved. If there is great urgency to change any badminton law within the 4 years period, then there must be at least a 4/5 majority vote to over-rule this 4 years limitation. The last vote on a law change was in the year 2002. They had to wait 4 years-it is now 2006-to ensure that any change is in compliance with the statutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWB001
    Disappointing but not unexpected news. Nothing on the IBF website, of course.

    Does anyone have an English report?

    We'll just have to look forward to the next scoring change in a year or two.

    Perhaps we can have goals at the ends of the court, after all badminton should prosper if it copies the world's most popular sport.

    There is a possibility to overturn today's IBF decision on the new system. If you feel strongly about this, you could spearhead a legal move to have this thrown out. If you are serious and would go the whole way, I would then suggest a technical way to fight this. But you bear all consequential damages and/or costs.

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    incidentally, was 5x7 only an experiment and not official?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Nicholls
    incidentally, was 5x7 only an experiment and not official?
    Until now, the only system I know of that was official was the old 3 x 15 system, with only server winning a rally point. All other systems, including those played in some countries, were not IBF-sanctioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    Until now, the only system I know of that was official was the old 3 x 15 system, with only server winning a rally point. All other systems, including those played in some countries, were not IBF-sanctioned.
    Sorry, what I wanted to say was that the 3 x 15 system was the only official system, until the adoption of the new 3 x 21 system, that was officially adopted as a law. All other systems, including those used in the 2002 Thomas/Uber Cup matches, were either non-IBF-sanctioned or were IBF-approved/sanctioned for a trial/experiment period, but never made it into the statutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Nicholls
    incidentally, was 5x7 only an experiment and not official?
    IIRC 5X7 was officially incorporated into the rules, but the BAofE took the IBF to court and had the decision reversed on some technicality.

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    OMG, this is unbelievable. I have watched several matches with the new scoring system and I still don't see any advantages/excitement over the old system. Now games are going to be way too short for them to be exciting at all.

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