Leanne Choo | Journey to RioWe caught up with London 2012 Olympian, Leanne Choo before a busy month of Badminton tournaments. Choo and the Australian Badminton Team are competing at the Victor Maribyrnong International and the Sydney Challenge this month.
Robin Middleton and Leanne Choo after World Champs lossRobin Middleton and Leanne Choo suffer loss against Praveen Jordan and Debby Susanto of Indonesia at the 2015 Total BWF World Championships
Sawan Serasinghe | Journey to RioBadminton player, Sawan Serasinghe will make his first Olympic appearance at Rio, competing in the men’s doubles with Matthew Chau
Victoria Na vs. Slovakia - Badminton Day 3 London 2012Victoria Na defeats her Slovakian opponent in 2 sets on Day 3 of the London 2012 Games. Copyright IOC and Nine Network
China dominates badmintonChina dominated the AYOF badminton competition although the Malaysian pair got them in the women's double.
Encouraging win for Australian badminton pair on Day 1Jacqueline Guan and Gronya Somerville had a straight sets win over Great Britain in the doubles component of the Team event. Australia 1 did go down 1-4 to the Brits and Australia 2 lost 0-5 to Malaysia on Day 1 of the 2013 AYOF.
First Australian Olympic Team press conferenceAustralian Olympic Team Chef de Mission Nick Green addresses the media on July 16, 2012.
Glenn gears up for GamesGlenn Warfe is set to embark on his second Olympic campaign with men's doubles partner Ross Smith.
Victoria ready to take on the worldVictoria Na is ready to take on the world when she competes at her debut Olympic Games in the women's singles badminton tournament in London.
Smith searches for Olympic redemption Ross Smith is ready to take on the world and improve on his first round knock out at the Beijing Games with partner Glenn Warfe.
Leanne readies for LondonLeanne Choo is ready to take on the world as she makes her Olympic debut alonside women's doubles partner Renuga Veeran.
Renuga ready to fireRenuga Veeran is ready to realise her Olympic dream as she takes to the court in the women's doubles alongside partner Leanne Choo.
Veerans shuttling to goldBrother/ sister badminton duo Raj and Renuga Veeran made their international debut together at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi and are hoping to compete in London together.
Smith setting up for second GamesBadminton player Ross Smith reflects on his Beijing Olympic campaign and looks forward to an exciting London Olympic journey.
Pilven on fastest racquet sportBadminton athlete Tara Pilven talks about the Youth Games and playing the fastest racquet game on the planet.
Ma to be supported in SingaporeAustralian badminton representative Boris Ma will be well supported when he competes at the first ever Youth Games.
Home crowds no botherBadminton athlete Tania Luiz talks about adapting to the intense Chinese crowds.