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'''Badminton''' is a [[joke sports|joke sport]] where two or four players use a light [[racket]] to volley a [[shuttlecock]] over a net until missed or hit out of bounds by an opponent. Games are typically played to 21 points.
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'''Badminton''' is a court game where two or four players use a light [[racket]] to volley a [[shuttlecock]] over a net until missed or hit out of bounds by an opponent. Games are typically played to 21 points.
  
Popular since the 1870's, the rules were drawn up in [[Asanol]], [[India]] and codified with the formation of the [[Badminton Association]] in 1893.
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Popular since the 1870's, the rules were drawn up by British officers stationed in [[India]] and codified with the formation of the [[Badminton Association]] in 1893.
  
  
 
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* [[British Inventions]]
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Latest revision as of 22:32, 11 July 2016

Badminton is a court game where two or four players use a light racket to volley a shuttlecock over a net until missed or hit out of bounds by an opponent. Games are typically played to 21 points.

Popular since the 1870's, the rules were drawn up by British officers stationed in India and codified with the formation of the Badminton Association in 1893.

See also