Saturday, 20 Apr 2024

Celebrating Badminton on the International Day of University Sports

On September 20th, the world comes together to celebrate the International Day of University Sports. This day is a great opportunity for associations in our region to promote and develop the sport of badminton at all levels. The Badminton Pan American Confederation (BPAC) has invited associations in the region to nominate university badminton coordinators and organize joint activities for the growth of our sport.

Associations from Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Cuba, Mexico, and Peru have already responded to this invitation and are eagerly preparing to celebrate this day with university tournaments and sport festivals. The inclusion of badminton in the International Day of University Sports emphasizes its importance within the university curriculum and sets the stage for future university sports competitions.

The International Day of University Sports has been celebrated annually on September 20th since 2016, as proclaimed by the United Nations Education, Science, and Culture Organization (UNESCO). This date holds significance for the International University Sports Movement, as it marks the anniversary of the first World Student Championships held in 1924.

Additionally, badminton will be a part of the sports program for the upcoming Fisu America Games 2020. This exciting partnership between FISU America and BPAC includes development activities and events to ensure the success of badminton’s participation in the games.

Tham Khảo Thêm:  Badminton Pan America

If you are interested in introducing badminton at your university, please reach out to us at [email protected].

FAQs

Q: What is the International Day of University Sports?
A: The International Day of University Sports is an annual celebration on September 20th that promotes and highlights the importance of university sports worldwide.

Q: Which associations and countries are participating in the International Day of University Sports for badminton?
A: Associations from Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Cuba, Mexico, and Peru have responded to the invitation by the Badminton Pan American Confederation (BPAC) and are actively participating in the International Day of University Sports for badminton.

Q: How can I get involved and introduce badminton at my university?
A: If you are interested in including badminton at your university, please contact us at [email protected] for more information and guidance.

Summary

Join us in celebrating the International Day of University Sports as we promote the growth and development of badminton at universities across our region. Associations from Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Cuba, Mexico, and Peru have enthusiastically responded to the invitation by the Badminton Pan American Confederation (BPAC) and are preparing for university tournaments and sport festivals. The International Day of University Sports holds significance for the International University Sports Movement and marks the anniversary of the first World Student Championships. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to introduce badminton at your university and be a part of the upcoming Fisu America Games 2020. For more information, contact us at [email protected].

Tham Khảo Thêm:  BWF News