Badminton is a well liked and familiar sport in the USA but, predominantly, is usually played as a fun game in the backyard or on the beach. We know that once Americans see the other badminton—international badminton, the world’s fastest racket sport—they will want to see and play more. The Atlanta Olympics started to raise the sport’s profile in the U.S. The event was a sell-out and became one of the “must-see” sports. Ex-President Jimmy Carter, Chelsea Clinton, Paul Newman, and Princess Anne were among the celebrities who came to watch. David Broder of the Washington Post reported “seeing one of the supreme athletic spectacles of my life.”
The year 1996 was a landmark in USA badminton. It’s not only the Atlanta Olympic Games that started to generate tremendous interest in the U.S. market, it’s all over the World now.
Its been 20 years now and we do not have an exclusive Badminton Club In Atlanta yet. So ABC wants to give back to the community by providing a healthy, active and the Fastest Sports on the planet.
WELCOME TO OUR CLUB. By the way no Marking or Running Shoes allowed inside the Court Area. Thanks. – Chandra.