Wednesday, 22 May 2024

Badminton Pan America

Para badminton is heading into an exciting year as the qualification period for the 2020 Paralympic Games begins. This marks the first time that our sport will be included in this prestigious event. It’s a significant milestone that we are thrilled about!

Our players are diligently preparing to qualify for the Para Panam Games in Lima 2019. They will be participating in various tournaments around the world to earn points in the World Ranking. These points will play a crucial role in securing their spots for Paralympic qualification. Let’s take a closer look at the information provided by the International Paralympic Committee on their website, paralympic.org.

The qualification period for badminton at the Tokyo 2020 Games has also commenced at the start of this year. This means that our athletes have the opportunity to compete and earn points that contribute to their chances of securing a Paralympic spot for their respective countries.

The first world ranking event is scheduled to take place from March 25-30 in Antalya, Turkey. Following this, four more competitions will be held in Dubai, UAE; Kampala, Uganda; Ottawa, Canada; and Dublin, Ireland. The stakes will be even higher at the World Championships in Basel, Switzerland, which will take place in August.

But the competition doesn’t stop there. Athletes will have the opportunity to earn more ranking points at five additional major international competitions in Bangkok, Thailand; Beijing, China; Odense, Denmark; and Ballarat, Australia. In September, Tokyo, Japan, will host a competition that will serve as a Test Event for the Paralympics. This will allow athletes to familiarize themselves with the venue where history will be made.

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Last year’s Asian Para Games set a positive trajectory for many athletes heading into 2019. Pramod Bhagat from India, who finished 2018 as the top-ranked men’s SL 3 player, is a strong contender for victory in Basel. His compatriot, Tarun Tarun, also secured a victory at the Asian Para Games and maintains a top-five ranking in the men’s SL 4 category.

The European Championships showcased impressive performances as well. Lucas Mazur claimed the SL 4 title, securing his position at the top of the rankings. Valeska Knoblauch from Germany emerged victorious in the women’s singles WH 1 category, elevating her to the second spot and closing in on Thailand’s Sujirat Pookkham.

Peru’s Giuliana Poveda Flores, after winning the Parapan American Championships on home soil, now holds the top spot in the women’s singles SS 6 category.

FAQs

  1. What is the qualification period for the Para Panam Games Lima 2019?

    • The qualification period for the Para Panam Games Lima 2019 is ongoing, with players competing in tournaments worldwide to earn points for the World Ranking.
  2. When will the World Championships for badminton take place?

    • The World Championships for badminton will be held in Basel, Switzerland, in August.
  3. Are there more opportunities to earn ranking points after the World Championships?

    • Yes, athletes can continue earning ranking points at five more major international competitions taking place in Bangkok, Thailand; Beijing, China; Odense, Denmark; and Ballarat, Australia.

Summary

In summary, the Para badminton community is eagerly anticipating an eventful year as the qualification process for the Paralympic Games and the Para Panam Games Lima 2019 kicks off. Players from around the world are vying for their chance to make history in Tokyo 2020, where badminton will make its Paralympic debut. The World Championships in Basel will be a crucial event for athletes to showcase their skills and secure valuable ranking points. With several major international competitions on the horizon, the competition is fierce and the stakes are high. It’s an exciting time for the sport, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds.

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