Tomorrow evening at 1800 Tokyo time, Badminton will make its début at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games with 90 athletes from 28 National Paralympic Committees competing in 14 medal events.
Please find below an outline of the content services provided by the BWF and its partners for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Photography – Images from the Paralympic Games
You will have FREE ACCESS to images taken at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games via Badmintonphoto.
Members with existing Badmintonphoto accounts do not have to register again. For those who do not have access already, please contact: [email protected]
Rules of Usage – Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games
- Images of are for editorial use by Members or Continental Confederations only.
- Commercial usage is not allowed.
- Images cannot be distributed or sold to third parties.
- Please credit: Alan Spink/Parabadmintonphoto & Craig Burgess/Parabadmintonphoto
- More details regarding player and media usage will be shared before the Paralympics.
BWF will attempt to cover as many matches as possible and provide an even spread of images for everyone.
Players are asked to contact [email protected] to receive FREE personalised access to images from Tokyo 2020.
Upgraded paid packages – GOLD or SILVER – are also available to purchase. Click here for more: https://www.parabadmintonphoto.com/index
Follow At Home
There are plenty of opportunities to follow the Paralympic Games Badminton Competition.
All live competition sessions will be available at paralympic.org and https://www.youtube.com/user/ParalympicSportTV. Plus, all medal events and ceremonies will also be LIVE STREAMED on https://www.facebook.com/paralympics.
Click here for further broadcast details: https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020/en/paralympics/where-to-watch-paralympic-games-live
In addition, BWF has been granted permission from the IPC to LIVE STREAM four medal sessions on https://www.facebook.com/bwfbadminton.
Head to our Tokyo 2020 Live Blog for the latest News, Video, Statistics, Flash Quotes, Feature Articles, Broadcast Details and Social Media Headlines.
Also follow on BWF Twitter, Instagram and Weibo.
Reminder – What Do you Can Do to Help #RaiseARacket
Social engagement 1:
- Use #RaiseARacket and in all your posts and comments related to the Paralympics.
Social engagement 2:
- Collect User Generated Content (UGC) of fans filming themselves raising a racket – this can be taken literally by ‘raising a racket’ in the air or more figuratively by making noise (a racket) all in support of their favourite Para badminton players and teams.
If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]