At the time of recording, we thought that the 2020 Olympics were going to happen this year but we thought wrong. One thing we're not wrong about yet are our predictions for who will win the Olympics when that time inevitably arrives.
One of the few essentials required to play badminton is of course, the badminton racquet (racket). Modern day badminton players can benefit from the various types of metal compositions used to produce today’s racquets (typically carbon fiber/carbon composites) but historically, badminton racquets were made from wood!
At the end of 2019, we were privileged enough to be able to speak to the one and only, Hans-Kristian Vittinghus (HK Vittinghus). Many of you in the badminton community or badminton lovers would have been the epic between-the-legs winner HK played against Lee Chong Wei when he was 19-20 down at the Yonex US Open in 2015.
Today, we're not going to talk about us. Yes, we love badminton and what Jeff and I are hoping to do is to build a sustainable life working to share this incredible sport with the world. Not long ago, we had the opportunity to connect with someone who does exactly that!
If you haven't realised by now, Jeff and I love badminton. How we feel when we play the sport, the rich experiences that it has given us and the rock-solid connections we form as part of a community. Speaking of connecting with people, in this podcast episode, we speak to Ferdi Mak. Ferdi is long-time friend of ours, who we would not have met if it weren't for badminton.