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What are officials in badminton?

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Officials are basically referees. There are usually 6 officials in a Badminton game.

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there are 4 different officials in badminton


There is only one official in badminton.



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Officials call if a bird is out of bounds, to keep score, make sure players follow rules and make sure serves are legal.


take a look at this . .badmintonengland.co.uk/text.asp?section=619&sectionTitle=Badminton+Young+Officials+Award



Badmintn does not require referees, but rather officials and line judges. You do not have to be in any physical shape, as officials remain stationary.


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2 but if you are using Northern Kentucky rules there are 3


they stand on the sides and the referee ads up the score


Badminton has been palayed by d ancient Greeks in ancient times and also by the Japanses as early as the 1500s. However, modern badminton can b traced to India, whre British officials played the local Indian game "Poona".


So that any decisions that need to be made can be made by a third party who won't be bias.


to make sure theres no cheating and keeps the score also if people appeal then they say wether its in or ouy


You could use some sort of technology like hawkeye in tennis, you could call it kangaroo-ear.


during badminton tournaments, there are a total of 6 officials officiating the game: an umpire, a service judge, and 4 linesmen (2 for each side of the court positioned at the baseline) . however, during doubles finals of the tournament, another 2 linesmen are sometimes added (one for each side of the court positioned at the doubles service line).


Badminton • Referee - To run the tournament which is taking place • Umpire - To enforce the laws of the game • Service Judge - To determine whether the serve is legal • Line Judge - To decide whether or not the shuttle lands in play


"Badminton" in English is badminton in Italian.


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