BWF Council 2017 - 2021

Bangkok - 19 May 2018

Council

Executive Board

  • President

    Poul-Erik Høyer

    Denmark Denmark
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    Poul-Erik Høyer 
    President

    Poul-Erik Høyer was elected in May 2013 and is Chair of the Council and the Executive Board. In 2017, he was re-elected to serve for another term until 2021.

    IOC Member since 2014 and a member of the IOC Entourage Commission, Poul-Erik is an Olympic Champion, a gold medalist in men’s singles at the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games.

    He was a top international badminton player (1985-2000) and was athlete representative of the Danish National Olympic Committee from 2005 to 2013.

    Poul-Erik was until his election as BWF President in May 2013, the President of Badminton Europe (2010- 2013). He was Deputy Chairman of Badminton Denmark (2005-2010) and a board member of the International and Danish Players Federations. Poul-Erik was inducted into the Danish Sports Hall of Fame in 2010 and has held various positions in Denmark in the sports of football and handball since 2004.

    BWF Committees
    • Chair –  Council and Executive Board
    • Chair – Continental Confederations  Committee
    • Ex-officio of all BWF Committees 
  • Vice President – Africa

    Michel Bau

    Seychelles Seychelles
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    Tukebana Michel Bau
    Vice President Africa
    Council and Executive Board

    Michel Bau was elected to Council in May 2018 as BWF Vice President Africa.
    Michel has been involved in sport and badminton for more than 25 years at an international, continental and national level.   Michel was elected President of the Badminton Confederation of Africa (BCA) in May 2018 and has been a BCA Council member since 2002.

    He has been President of the Seychelles Badminton Association since 1994.   Since 1995, Michel has been a member of the Seychelles Olympic and Commonwealth Games Association Executive Committee. He has served as the Chef de Mission of the Seychelles delegation at three Olympic Games – Sydney 2000, Beijing 2008 and Rio 2016 and has served as Team Manager for the Seychelles Team at two Commonwealth Games – Melbourne 2006 and Delhi 2010.  

    BWF Committees  
    • Member - Administration Committee   
    • Member -  Development & Sport for All Committee.
  • Vice President – Europe

    Gregory Verpoorten

    Belgium Belgium
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    Gregory Verpoorten 
    Vice President Europe
    Council and Executive Board

    A Council member since 2009, Gregory was elected as BWF Vice President – Olympic Relations (2009 – 2013), then re-elected to Council in 2013 and again in 2017 as Vice President – Europe (2017 - 2021). Gregory has served as the Deputy Chair of the Administration Committee and Chair of the Disciplinary Committee since 2009.

    In April 2014, Gregory was elected as the 9th President of Badminton Europe succeeding Poul-Erik Høyer.  At 35 at the time, Gregory was the youngest person elected as President since Badminton Europe’s founding in 1967.

    In addition to a successful career in taxation - he is Senior Tax Manager in Deloitte LLP (Global) - Gregory has many years in badminton administration since first becoming the national junior coach with the Belgian Badminton Federation in 1999 and then national head coach from 2003 to 2005.

    From 2006, he served a five-year tenure as President of the national federation in Belgium, and in 2007 became a Director for Development at Badminton Europe, a post he held till 2013.

    BWF Committees 
    • Deputy Chair –  Administration Committee
    • Member – Communications Committee
    • Member – Development & Sport for All Committee
  • Vice President – Asia

    Anton Subowo

    Indonesia Indonesia
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    Anton Subuwo 

    Vice President Asia

    Council and Executive Board

    Elected to the Council in May 2014, Anton is Adviser to Badminton Association of Indonesia (PBSI) and was Chef de Mission for 13th Sudirman Cup 2013 in Kuala Lumpur.

    Anton has been involved in sport in various roles in Indonesia over many years. He was Chairman of International Relation for the Indonesian Archery Association (2003 – 2005), Team Manager, Indonesian Beach Volleyball (1996 – 2000) and President, Indonesia Beach Volley Ball (2000 to 2014) and Executive Board member of Indonesia’s National Federation of Volleyball (PBVSI).

    A graduate of Boston University, Anton is a company director of a wide range of companies in Indonesia and in various locations in Asia.

    BWF Committees
    • Chair - IOC & International Relations Committee
    • Member - Finance Committee
  • Vice President – Oceania

    Geraldine Brown

    Australia Australia
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    Geraldine Brown 

    Vice President Oceania

    Council and Executive Board

    A Council member since 2013, Geraldine is BWF Vice President Oceania and is Chair of the BWF Gender Equity Commission.

    Geraldine holds a number of positions in sport outside the BWF including President of Badminton Oceania, President of Badminton Australia - where she has been on the board for more than 15 years, and is Vice President of the Commonwealth Games Australia (CGA), having served on the CGA board for 10 years before her election as Vice President in December 2014.

    A passionate badminton person, Geraldine has a long history with the sport as a player, coach and technical official. As a player she represented Australia five times and won national titles in women’s doubles as well as numerous titles at State level in Australia for Tasmania and Victoria.

    BWF Committees
    • Member - Continental Confederations Committee
    • Member – Development & Sport for All Committee
    • Member – Events Committee
    • Member – Para-badminton Committee
  • Vice President – Pan Am

    Vishu Tolan

    Jamaica Jamaica
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    Vishwanauth ‘Vishu’ Tolan 

    Vice President Pan America

    Council and Executive Board

    Vishu was elected to Council in 2013 as BWF Vice President Pan Am and serves as Chair of the Administration Committee. 

    In 2007, Vishu became General Secretary of Badminton Pan Am Confederation and in 2010 he was elected President of the Central America and Caribbean Badminton Confederation.

    Vishu served first as Treasurer (2002 - 2004) and then President (2005 - 2013) of the Jamaica Badminton Association (JBA) and under his leadership, JBA successfully staged the 2011 Pan American Junior Badminton Championships in Kingston. Vishu was elected First Vice President of the Jamaica Olympic Association in 2013.

    BWF Committees
    • Chair –  Administration Committee
    • Member – Development and Sport for All  Committee
    • Member - Continental Confederations Committee
    • Member – Events Committee
    • Member – Finance Committee
  • Chair - Communications Committee

    Nigel Skelt

    New Zealand New Zealand
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    Nigel Skelt 

    Council and Executive Board

    A Council member since 2009, Nigel  has served on various BWF committees and commissions, including Deputy Chair of the Development and Sport for All Committee (2009 - 2013) and then as Chair of the Marketing Committee (2013 - 2017). Nigel has a passion for the development, innovation and marketing of the sport.

    In 2017, he was re-elected for another four year term until 2021 and took on the role of Chair of the Communications and Media Committee. 

    Nigel has a long history with the sport. He is a Vice President of Badminton Oceania and is a Life Member of Badminton New Zealand. A former President of Badminton New Zealand, Nigel has been a selector, team manager and a senior national player for New Zealand. As a player Nigel earned 14 New Zealand Junior titles, two Australian Junior Titles, and two New Zealand Open Titles.

    Nigel is the General Manager of New Zealand’s largest multi-purpose sports and entertainment facility. He was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM) in the 2018 New Year Honours list for his service to badminton.

    BWF Committees
    • Chair – Communications and Media Committee
    • Member – Marketing Committee
  • Vice President – Para-Badminton

    Paul Kurzo

    Switzerland Switzerland
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    Paul Kurzo

    Vice President Para-Badminton

    Council and Executive Board

    Vice President Para- Badminton since May 2011, Paul Kurzo has been actively involved in the governance and administration of para-badminton at an international level since 1996.

    Paul was formally President of the Para-Badminton World Federation (2008-2011), before the integration of para-badminton into the governance structure of the BWF in June 2011.

    Paul became a wheelchair para-badminton player in 1995 during the rehabilitation process following a paragliding accident and competed internationally in wheelchair para-badminton (1992-2006) gaining two wheelchair singles silver medals at the World Championships in 1998 and 2000. Paul was instrumental in establishing Wheelchair Badminton in Switzerland.

    BWF Committees

    • Chair –  Para-Badminton Committee
    • Member – Development and Sport for All  Committee
    • Member – IOC & International Relations
    • Member - Finance Committee

  • Chair – Development & Sport for All Committee

    David Cabello

    Spain Spain
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    David Cabello 

    Council & Executive Board

    The Chair of the Development and Sport for All Committee and BWF Executive Board member since 2009, David Cabello has been instrumental in driving the develop of the sport through a wide range  of initiatives including the Shuttle Time Schools Badminton programme, coach education and membership development.

    A strong advocate for sustainable development and research in badminton, David initiated the BWFs research grants programme, and advocated for scientific studies to be undertaken to develop innovative equipment for outdoor badminton.

    David is the President of the Spanish Badminton Federation, an Executive Committee Member for the Spanish Olympic Committee and an Executive Committee member of FISU.  David is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Sport Science at the University of Granada, has a PhD in Physical Education, Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Granada.

    BWF Committees
    • Chair – Development & Sport for All Committee
    • Member – Marketing Committee
    • Member – Finance Committee
  • Chair – Events Committee

    Peter Tarcala

    Slovakia Slovakia
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    Peter Tarcala 

    Council and Executive Board

    Elected as a Council member in 2009, Peter Tarcala was Deputy Chair of Events for two years (2009 – 2010) and became Chair of the Events Committee following his re-election to Council in 2013. In 2017, he was re-elected again for another four year term until 2021.

    He has an extensive knowledge in the area of events with his experience from more than 150 BWF and European tournaments in various capacities ranging from Technical Official to member of Management Committee and organizer. Peter was a BWF Accredited Umpire (1998 – 2008) and Accredited Referee (2005 – 2012).

    Peter was the President of the Slovak Badminton Federation (2004 – 2006) and has been in the role of General Secretary since 2006. He has been a Council Member of Badminton Europe since 2003.

    BWF Committees
    • Chair - Events Committee
    • Member – Marketing Committee
  • Chair – Finance Committee

    Lim Teong Kiat

    Malaysia Malaysia
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    Dato’ Wira Lim Teong Kiat 

    Council and Executive Board

    Elected to the Council in 2009, Dato’ Lim is a chartered accountant by profession and has served as Chair of the Finance Committee since his election to Council.

    Dato’ Lim’s involvement in badminton for more than 20 years, speaks volume of his contribution towards the game in Malaysia and to world badminton. He was Vice President of the Badminton Association of Malaysia (1982 to 2008) and has held the portfolio of Honorary Treasurer since 2006.

    He was Team Manager for the Malaysian badminton team for two Olympic Games – Athens in 2004 and Beijing in 2008. For his contribution to the sport, he received the BWF Meritorious Service Award in 2008.

    He was appointed a Justice of Peace (JP) in 2011 and was conferred the highest state award which carries the title “Dato Wira” by His Royal Highness the Sultan of Kedah.

    BWF Committees
    • Chair – Finance Committee
    • Member – Administration Committee
  • Chair – Marketing Committee

    Etienne Thobois

    France France
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    Etienne Thobois 

    Council and Executive Board

    BWF Council and Executive Board member since 2009, Etienne has served  in the Marketing and Communications Committee first as Deputy Chair  (2009 – 2011) and then as Chair (2011-2013) before assuming the role of Chair of IOC & International Relations Committee since his re-election to Council in May 2013.

    In 2017, Etienne was re-elected for another 4-year term ending in 2021 and resumed the role of Chair of the Marketing Committee.

    Etienne has been actively involved in badminton in various roles and level of the sport for more than last 20 years. A member of the French national team for almost ten years, he was three times national champion, played four European and World Championships and represented France in badminton at the Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996.

    He has been a board member of the French Badminton Federation since 1989, advisor to the French NOC on international relations and Olympic affairs and was a member of the IOC Evaluation Commission for the 2016 Olympic Games and the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games Coordination team. In December 2017, he was appointed as the CEO of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Organizing Committee.

    Etienne received the BWF Meritorious Service Award in 2004.  

    BWF Committees
    • Chair - Marketing Committee
    • Deputy Chair – IOC & International Relations Committee
    • Member – Finance Committee
  • Chair - Athletes Commission

    Koen Ridder

    Netherlands Netherlands
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    Koen Ridder
    Council Member and  Athletes' Commission Chair

    Koen was elected  Chair of the Athletes’ Commission in May 2017 and therefore became a Council member, representing the views of athletes on  Council.

    A former Dutch international badminton player, Koen was elected to serve the Athletes’ Commission for a 4-year term in May 2015 and at that time, was chosen by the other members of the Commission to be the Vice Chair.

    A doubles’ player, Koen won his first international title at the Portugal International 2007 and this was followed by the Belgian International title in 2009. He achieved his personal best world ranking of 22 in 2013.  Koen retired in 2014 after representing The Netherlands for more than 10 years at an international level.

     - Member - Events Committee
     - Member - Communications & Media Committee

Council Members

  • Jassem Kanso

    Lebanon Lebanon
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    Jassem Kanso 
    Council Member

    Jassem was elected to the BWF Council in 2013 and was re-elected in May 2017.

    Jassem, who retired from a career as a professional basketball player after 12 years, has been actively involved in promoting badminton in Lebanon and West Asia for many years. He has a strong interest in development and serve as the Deputy Chair of the Development and Sport for All Committee (2013 - 2017).

    He served as the General-Secretary of the Lebanese Badminton Federation from 2008 – 2009 and since 2009, President of the Federation. He was also the Vice President for the Arab Badminton Association (2009-2013).

    In 2011, he was elected as Vice President of Badminton Confederation of Asia. Driven by his passion for sports, he founded a private sports center in Lebanon which provides opportunities for young people to engage in team sports and physical activities.

    BWF Committees

    • Member - IOC & International Relations Committee
    • Member - Administration Committee
  • Ng Yoke Weng

    Singapore Singapore
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    Ng Yoke Weng 

    Council and Executive Board

    Ng Yoke Weng was elected to Council in 2013 and has served as the Chair of the Communications and Media Committee until 2017. 

    He has served in the management committee of Singapore Badminton for eight years (2004 – 2012) in various capacities including Secretary-General, Chairman of Tournament and finally as Vice President.

    For six years, he headed the organizing committee of the Singapore Open and under his leadership, the tournament has been very successful and very well received by badminton fans in Singapore.

    BWF Committees
    • Member – Events Committee
    • Member – Administration Committee
  • Deputy-Chair, IOC & International Relations Committee

    Robbert de Kock

    Switzerland Switzerland
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    Robbert de Kock
    Council Member

    Elected in May 2017, Robbert De Kock has had a long involvement in badminton and sport as a player, administrator and elected official. Robbert is the President of Swiss Badminton and is President and CEO (since 2007) of WFSGI  - the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry – a peak representative body representing sporting goods and whose membership includes all major sporting good brands.

    Robbert was a professional badminton player (1987 – 1990), Manager – Multimedia / Television for the IOC (1991 – 1994) and Vice President Licence and Global Development Intersport International Corp (1991 – 1994).

    Robbert has contributed in a range of voluntary roles in various organisations including UNESCO – as a member of the Permanent Consultative Council (PPC) to the Intergovernmental Committee for Physical Education and Sport (CIGEPS); the World Health Organization (WHO) – as a member of the NCD advisory group representing the private sector on physical activity; and Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) as a member of the UCI Equipment Commission.

    BWF Committees
    • Deputy Chair - IOC & International Relations Committee 
    • Member - Marketing Committee
  • Chair - Awards Commission

    Nora Perry

    England England
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    Nora Perry (England)

    Council Member

    Elected to the Council in 2009 and re-elected in May 2013 and again in 2017. Nora Perry MBE was the Chair of the Women in Badminton Working Group (2010 – 2013) and is currently Chair of  the Awards Commission.

    Nora an English former badminton player and doubles specialist winning numerous major titles, with a variety of partners, from the mid-1970s to the mid-1980s including six All-England mixed doubles and two All-England women's doubles championships. Nora won both the 1980 IBF World Championships and the 1980 European Championships in women's doubles with Jane Webster. And three years later, she won the 1983 IBF World Championships title in mixed doubles with Thomas Kihlström.

    Nora was inducted into the IBF / BWF Hall of Fame in 1999 and was awarded a MBE by H.M. Queen Elizabeth II for her services to badminton. Nora is a strong advocate for equal opportunity for both women and men in all aspects of badminton.

    She currently teaches badminton at Davenant Foundation School in Essex and is a member of Badminton England’s Performance Group and a member of Badminton England’s International Committee.

    BWF Committees
    • Member – Para-Badminton Committee
    • Members – Administration Committee
  • Sergey Shakhray

    Russia Russia
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    Sergey Shakhray 

    Council Member

    Elected to the Council in 2009, Dr Shakhray has been President of National Badminton Federation of Russia since 2005 and has had more than 35 years involvement in badminton. Dr Shakhray is a professor with a doctorate in law and has held very senior positions in the Russian Government.

    An expert in the field of sport legislation development in Russia, Dr Shakhray has been an Arbitrator of Russian Court of Arbitration for Sport since 2005, an Umpire Sports Arbitration Court of Russia since 2005 and has been Chairman of the Legal Committee of Russian Olympic Committee since 2011.

    Dr Shakhray is a visiting Professor of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is chairman of the Audit Committee of the Association of Lawyers of Russia and has been the General Secretary of Accounts Chamber of Russian Federation since 2000 and the Scientific Director of State Research Institute of Systems Analysis since 2003.

    Dr Shakhray has an extensive background in government and was Vice Prime Minister of the Russian Government (1991-1996) and Member of Parliament of Russia (1990-1998).

    BWF Committees 
    • Member  –  Development & Sport for All Committee
    • Member – Administrations  Committee
  • Deputy Chair – Communications Committee

    Emma Mason

    Scotland Scotland
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    Emma Mason
    Council Member  

    Emma Mason was elected to Council in May 2017 for a four year term. Emma previously served as BWF Council Member (May 2013 – May 2015) in her capacity as Chair of the BWF Athletes’ Commission. Emma served on the BWF Athletes’ Commission for five (2010 to May 2015).   While on Council from May 2013 – May 2015, Emma served as a member of the Major Events, Marketing and Women in Badminton Commissions.  

    As a former international player who went on to be the first female Chair of the BWF Athletes Commission and a BWF Council Member, Emma has consistently made time for and enjoyed contributing to the development of badminton. Emma was elected to the Badminton Europe Board of Directors in April 2016 and served as Chair of the Badminton Europe Women In Badminton Working Group from April 2012 - May 2015.   Emma has a particular interest in assisting players in having a greater and more effective voice at the decision-making level and in facilitating their transition from sport to their career after sport.  With a law degree, Emma also has a strong interest in good governance and effective administrative practices in sport.    

    BWF Committees  

    • Deputy Chair - Communications Committee   
    • Member - Administration Committee
  • Deputy Chair - Development & Sport for All Committee

    Moosa Nashid

    Maldives Maldives
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    Moosa Nashid
    Council Member

    Moosa was elected to Council in May 2017 for a four year term. Moosa has a long history of involvement in the sport at a national, regional and international level as player, coach, administrator and elected official. Moosa is the President of the Badminton Association of the Maldives (2013 – 2020), and is an Executive Committee member of Badminton Asia, and Chair of the Badminton Asia Development Committee.  

    A former international badminton player (1991 – 2009) with 6 national singles titles, 10 national doubles titles Champion, and former badminton coach (1996 – 2003), Moosa has served as the Maldives Chef de mission for the Indian Ocean Island Games. Moosa has served in a wide range of positions; Executive Member of Maldives Olympic Committee (2008 - 2017); National Sports Council Member (2013 – 2014), Vice president post of the Badminton Association of Maldives (2008 – 2012); Development Committee Chairman Badminton Asia (2015 – 2019); Badminton Asia’s Regional Head of Development to South Asia (2010 – 2014).   Moosa has a passion for development of the sport and has a strong background in development to guide his efforts in building the capacity of people in our sport.

    BWF Committees  
    • Deputy Chair – Development & Sport for All Committee   
    • Member -  Administration Committee
  • Deputy Chair – Events Committee

    Tang Jiu Hong

    China China
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    Tang Jiu Hong
    Council Member

    Elected to Council in May 2017, Tang Jiuhong has had a long involvement in badminton both as a player - a former Chinese badminton women’s singles star in the late 1980s and early 1990s - and as an administrator and elected official. 

    Tang Jiuhong is Vice President of the Chinese Badminton Association (since 2004) and was President of Hunan Provincial Badminton Association (2004 – 2012). Her leadership as a director of the Hunan Provincial Badminton Administrative Centre (2001- 2004) saw historical breakthroughs in the success of the provincial badminton team winning 3 gold and 2 silver medals at the China National Games in Guangzhou.

    Since 2011, Tang Jiuhong has worked for the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation, a charity backed by the Chinese government which offers educational, healthcare and sports programmes for young people. She has been instrumental in establishing a “Youth Soccer Fund” jointly set up by CSCLF and David Beckham, and the Kobe Bryant China Fund, which aims to encourage youth participation in sport and cultural activity.

    BWF Committees
    • Deputy Chair - Events Committee 
    • Member - IOC & International Relations Committee
  • Deputy Chair - Finance Committee

    Chipo Zumburani

    Zimbabwe Zimbabwe
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    Chipo Zumburani 

    Council Member

    Elected to the Council in 2013, Chipo was appointed to serve in the Finance Committee assuming the role of Deputy Chair.

    Chipo has been active in badminton for 15 years promoting the sport to young people in a number of Zimbabwean schools. She also has a passion for increasing women’s participation in the sport.

    She is the President of the Badminton Association of Zimbabwe and was elected as a Council Member of Badminton Confederation of Africa in 2008. She chairs the continental body’s Women in Badminton Commission.

    BWF Committees
    • Deputy Chair - Finance Committee
    • Member – Development & Sport for All Committee
  • Deputy Chair - Marketing Committee

    Battushig Batbold

    Mongolia Mongolia
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    Battushig Batbold
    Council Member

    Battushig was elected to Council in May 2017 for a four year term. Battushig is President of Mongolian Badminton Association (since 2015) and is Chair of the Badminton Asia Publicity and Awards Committee.
    Battushig has been a strong advocate for badminton in Mongolia as a member of the Mongolian National Olympic Committee and sponsor for the Mongolian National Olympic Team for London 2012 and Rio 2016 through a private company, Skytel.  

    As President of Mongolian Badminton Association, he has provided sports funding either directly or through related companies to support the teams in training and competitions. He has worked with national badminton associations in China, Indonesia, South Korea and Japan to support Mongolian players build international coaching and competition experience.
      Battushig has supported the implementation of grass roots programmes including BWF’s Shuttle Time in different schools with contributions from Mongolia Needs You NGO.  

    BWF Committees  

    • Deputy Chair – Marketing Committee   
    • Member -  IOC & International Relations Committee
  • Deputy Chair - Para-Badminton Committee

    Wayne Somers

    Canada Canada
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    Wayne Somers 

    Council Member

    Wayne is currently in his fourth term as a Council member having been elected in 2005 and then re-elected in 2009, 2013 and 2017. A Financial Advisor by profession, he has been a member of the Finance Committee from 2009 - 2017.

    Wayne has been involved in badminton management since 1986 and served actively on various committees in Badminton Canada until his election as a board member. He was Vice President of Finance and Administration from 2002 – 2010.

    In 2007, he became Treasurer of the Badminton Pan Am Confederation, a post which he still holds.

    BWF Committees
    • Deputy Chair – Para-Badminton Committee
    • Member – Development and Sport for All Committee
  • Deputy Chair - Gender Equity Commission

    Khunying Patama Leeswadtrakul

    Thailand Thailand
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    Khunying Patama Leeswadtrakul

    Council Member


    Khunying Patama was elected to Council in May 2017 for a four year term.   Khunying Patama is the President of the Badminton Association of Thailand Under Royal Patronage of His Majesty the King (2013 - ), a Member of the Executive Board of the National Olympic Committee of Thailand (2017 - ) and was elected as an IOC Member in September 2017, the first Thai woman to achieve that honour.  

    Khunying Patama has served in a wide range of positons in sport: Honorary Adviser of the Badminton Association of Thailand Under Royal Patronage of His Majesty the King (2008-2013); Team Manager, Badminton Thailand for Asian Games 2010 in Guangzhou; Team Manager, Badminton Thailand for the Olympic Games London 2012.

    BWF Committees:

    • Member - Development & Sport for All Committee
    • Member - Para-badminton Committee