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All Jamaica 2022

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Summer Swing Badminton Tournament

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Would you like to develop further in the sport of badminton? Are you interested in a new skill that can become an income earner?
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Venue: GC Foster College 
Date: October 21 – 23 @9:00am – 6:00pm

Welcome to Jamaica Badminton Association

The Jamaica Badminton Association (JBA) is a duly incorporate company registered with the Companies Registrar of Companies in Jamaica. The organization is the governing body for the sport of Badminton in Jamaica, whose members included badminton clubs and affiliated sectoral badminton associations in Jamaica.

The Badminton World Federation (BWF) (https://corporate.bwfbadminton.com/) is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) https://www.olympic.org/the-ioc and the world governing body for badminton, with the sport being recognized in the Olympic program since the 1992 Olympics. The Jamaica Badminton Association is an accepted member association of the BWF for the country of Jamaica; consequently the JBA is also a recognized member of the related Continental Confederation of the BWF, the Badminton Pan American Confederation (BPAC) http://www.badmintonpanam.org/.

 

Badminton Highlights

Olympian Nigella SAUNDERS

Nigella Jekyll Saunders (born 7 December 1979) is a female badminton player from Jamaica. She won two medals, gold and bronze at the 2003 Pan American Games. 

Saunders played badminton at the 2004 Summer Olympics, seeing Jamaica’s only ever qualification at the games. She lost to Mia Audina of the Netherlands in the round of 32. At home however Nigella has won more than a dozen titles at the Jamaican National Badminton Championships.

2019 National Champions

All Jamaica Champions 2021

All Island Champions male and female age group categories.

National Champions (Men) – 2021

Samuel Ricketts

Senior MS

Zane Reid

Under 19 MS

Nathaniel Finzi

Under 17 BS

Jorie McBean

Under 15 MS

Amir McBean

Under 13 BS

National Champions (Women) – 2021

Rhianna Rust

Under 17 WS

Jade Ranger

Under 15 WS

Rachael Givans

Under 13 WS

Jamaica International 2019
Jamaica International 2019
U19

AdamTaylor

Mickhail Williams

U17

Matthew Gibbs

Kyle Sarju

U15

Nathaniel Finzi

Zachary Lim-Sang

U13

Amir Mc Bean

Jorie Mc Bean

U19

Talia Richardson

Aaliyah Walker

U17

Rihanna Rust

Tahlellah Townsend

U15

Careece Williams

Thalia Yee

U13

Talia Richardson

Aaliyah Walker

National Champions (Men) – 2021

Samuel Ricketts

Senior MS

Zane Reid

Under 19 MS

Nathaniel Finzi

Under 17 BS

Jorie McBean

Under 15 MS

Amir McBean

Under 13 BS

National Champions (Women) – 2021

Rhianna Rust

Under 17 WS

Jade Ranger

Under 15 WS

Rachael Givans

Under 13 WS

Video Archives

TOK Women's Singles Finals

Katherine Wynter vs Tahlia Richardson
Event: TOK Women’s Singles Finals 2019
Venue: National Arena

NABUCO Men's Singles Finals

Matthew Lee vs Dennis Coke
Event: NABUCO Men’s Singles Finals 2019
Venue: National Arena

NABUCO Mens Singles 2019

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Dennis Coke vs Matthew Lee
Event: NABUCO Men’s Singles Finals 2019
Venue: Constant Spring Golf Club

Samuel Ricketts - Commonwealth games 2022

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Higlights from the Commonwealth Games 2022

Commonwealth games 2022

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Higlights from the Commonwealth Games 2022

2019 Tournament of Kings Women's Final

Katherine Wynter vs Tahlia Richardson
Event: Women’s Singles-Finals Badminton Tournament of Kings 2019
Venue: National Arena

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COVID-19 Advisory

Due to the effects on Jamaica by COVID-19, and in keeping with the advice and guidelines given by the Ministry of Health &Wellness, as well as the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, resumption of local tournaments has not been approved by the Jamaica Badminton Association.

Recommended guidelines and protocols for the resumption of group badminton events and tournaments have been shared with the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the review of which is in progress. We await the necessary feedback and approval from the Ministry on this matter to inform on the best way forward for our sport and country.

As a result of this, and also due to the recent rise in the number of reported COVID-19 cases in Jamaica; please be advised that the Jamaica Badminton Association will continue to suspend the hosting of tournaments in Jamaica; this also means that no other badminton tournaments or similar events will be sanctioned by the association until further notice.

We continue to encourage our athletes, coaches, administrators and other stakeholders to follow the health guidelines as outlined by the related government agencies, to ensure that we take every precaution to minimize the spread of this deadly virus. This includes refraining from hosting or participating in unsanctioned badminton tournaments.

Let us continue to be vigilant in our efforts to be safe.

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