BWF Coaching Conference

The BWF Coaching Conference will be conducted at Hilton Toronto Markham Suites and Markham Pan Am Centre on Friday, November 16 and Saturday, November 17, 2018. The programme is aimed at giving provincial, national and international coaches an opportunity to access the most up-to-date coaching methods and practices.

The conference programme will provide the latest information about the art of coaching young athletes, including practical sessions and formal presentations. The BWF Coaching Conference programme continues the tradition of giving coaches at all levels access to some world-class coaches and experts within and outside our great game.

Conference Programme and Speakers can be found here.


The conference will feature the following topics:

  • Coach Development
  • High-performance management planning
  • Injury Prevention
  • Developing Female Players
  • Tactical and skill-development techniques for players
  • Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles Training


  1. All participants are required to register through the online registration system here.
  2. Registration Fee: 1 Day Conference – CAN$ 175.00 / 2 Day Conference – CAN$ 250.00
    *Registration kit includes conference booklet, t-shirt, transportation to/back from conference, gifts, breakfast, game play.
  3. Invitation Letter: All participants who need an official invitation letter from the organising committee should apply through e-mail – [email protected] However, it is only for the person who has registered through online in advance.


Biomechanical Quantification of the Key Parameter Related to the Forehand Overhead Smash in Badminton

Prof. Dr. Gongbing Shan - University of Lethbridge, CAN

Shot Outcome as a Function of Impact Location and Racket Kinematics in the Badminton Jump Smash

Mark King - Loughborough University, UK

Accelerometer Can Accurately Measure Training Load in Badminton

Yi-Chih Lin - National Taiwan Normal University, TPE

Development of Biomechanical Feedback Training for Learning Badminton Smash

Gongbing Shan - University of Lethbridge, CAN

A Study of Dynamic Strength Index in Thai National Badminton Players: Case Presentation

Vorramate Prajongjai - Chandrakasem Rajabhat University, THA

Muscle-Strength-Ratios in Para-Badminton - with Special Consideration of the Trunk Muscles

Hanno Felder - Olympic Training Center of Saarbruecken, GER

Mental Skills in Individual Sports that Use or Not Use Racket Sports

Nicolae Ochiana - University VAsile Alecsandri of Bacau, ROU

Analysis of Challenge Request Success According to Contextual Variables in Elite Badminton

Laura Primo - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, ESP

Model of Social Inclusion through Sports for People with Functional Diversity. An Intervention Program based on the Practice of Badminton: b4all

Andrea Gutiérrez-Suárez - Erasmus and European Union

The Transforming Strategy of Badminton Coaching System in Taiwan’s National Team

Chih-Yi Chen - National Taiwan University, TPE

A Scientometric Study about Badminton Applied to Sports Science Research

David Cabello-Manrique - University of Granada, ESP

Screening and Developing Racquet Sports Potential with the ‘SportKompas’

Johan Pion - Ghent University, BEL

The Influence of Spraino© on Performance and Safety in Badminton

Filip Gertz Lysdal - Aalborg University, DEN

A Coaches’ Perspective on the Contribution of Anthropometric Measures, Physical Performance, and Motor Coordination Tests in Table Tennis, Tennis, and Badminton

Kamasha Robertson - Ghent University, BEL

Exploring the Role of Junior Success in Predicting Senior Success

Li Pingwei - Vrije Universiteit Brussels, BEL