badminton

Badminton Courts

By |2013-11-17T16:05:57+01:00October 23rd, 2013|badminton, commonwealth games, Court Markings, Gerflor|

Our British version of badminton originates from an old Indian game which was known as “Poona”. British Army Officers learned to play the game in the 1860s and brought the rules back with them to England to teach others. The British Badminton Association was formed in England in 1895. Watching badminton players can be mesmerising,

Sports Flooring of the Future

By |2013-11-17T15:39:42+01:00September 17th, 2013|badminton, Basketball, News|

While we tend to notice remarkable athletes more than remarkable floors, the right sports flooring is critical to both the performance and the safety of the athletes who perform on it. It has to be resilient and long lasting, with the right amount of friction to allow twists and turns and prevent falling. Wooden floors