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PE Badminton Review

Physical Education 1st Semester Midterm Exam Review (Badminton)

Where did Badminton begin? India
When was Badminton introduced in the U.S. and where was it introduced from? Badminton was introduced in the U.S. from Canada around the late 1800's.
What kind of sport is Badminton? Olympic Sport
True/False: A shuttlecock is often called a "birdie" in badminton. True
Badminton is played with what equipment? Racket and shuttlecock (Birdie)
True/False: The height of the net is 7 feet. False; 5 feet.
True/False: The serve must be made with an overhead stroke. False; underhand.
Where should contact be made? At knee level.
How many points must a winner win by? 2 points.
A game lasts for how many points? 15-25; whichever is agreed upon.
True/False: Badminton is the world's fastest racket sport. True
True/False: A birdie can leave the racket at a speed of nearing 200mph. True
What are the measurements for court size for doubles? 44 ft. long x 20 ft. wide
Each team is allowed how many hits to get the birdie over the net? 1 hit.
Created by: basketballstar13