Laws of badminton

We plan to organize the final online free webinar of this Covid-19 season for badminton umpires on Tuesday, May 19, at 20:00 (Rīga, EEST, GMT +03:00).

In many countries in Europe and the world life is slowly returning to normal. We can resume playing badminton, practicing and now people are already starting to focus away from #StayHome and webinars. During the summer we are planning to pause hosting online free webinars.

But this webinar on May 19 will still happen, as we had previously announced, and a lot of questions have been received from participants of previous webinars.

Webinar #3 – “Laws of badminton. Q & A after webinar 1&2”

Participating members of BEC Assessment panel:
Sven Serré (Belgium), Bert Vanhorenbeeck (Belgium), Iris Metspalu (Estonia) and Gunars Lusveris (Latvia).

The panel will give answers to questions received earlier. It is still possible to send questions. Send them to me, I’ll forward them to the panel

The duration of the webinar will be 1,5 hours. 

Badminton umpires, including international and national, experienced and newly launched, from Europe and the whole world, have been invited to the webinar. 

To apply for a online webinar, email to apply@fitminton.com (your name and country). You will receive a reply email with an electronic invitation (with user name and password). Application deadline is May 19, one hour before the beginning of the webinar.

We have a 100-member limit. The benefits are for the participants who sent the application first. 

The online free webinar will take place on the online platform Zoom. Please free download the Zoom application until the beginning of the online webinar. 

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