Wojtek Czyz Named in NZ Paralympic Team

Four-time Paralympic champion Wojtek Czyz will create New Zealand sporting history as the first Para badminton player to represent New Zealand when he competes at the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) today named 43-year-old Czyz to compete at his fourth Paralympic Games, but the first for his adopted country of New Zealand.

A Shared Commitment to Junior Development

The Badminton New Zealand Junior Team Championships’ proud legacy in Palmerston North will continue for another three years, thanks to the ongoing support of Sport Manawat­ū and the Palmerston North […]

Julie Carrel Granted Life Membership

Life membership has been granted to Julie Carrel at the 93rd AGM of Badminton New Zealand, in recognition of her substantial contribution to the sport over 40 years. Glenn Cox […]

2024 Junior NZBL Player Announcement

The 2024 edition of the Junior NZBL is right around the corner! This event showcases New Zealand's Top Under 15's and 19's players in a fast paced, action filled, team […]

#LoveBadminton Day - Saturday 10 February

Badminton centres around the country will be opening their doors and courts to the public as part of the nationwide #LoveBadminton day taking place on Saturday 10 February. Participants who […]

Junior Dynamic Duo in Malaysia!

Raphael Deloy (Waikato) and Markis Tew (North Harbour) have been taking the badminton scene in Malaysia over the past month. Participating in three tournaments, the pair not only reached the […]

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