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Difference between Badminton and Shuttlecock

Question by Guest | 20.05.2016 at 20:51

I really like to do sports as long as it's fun and so there's always arising the one or the other discussion.

Last time we discussed what the difference between badminton and shuttlecock is and if there is a difference at all? What do you think?

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I think the difference is how seriously you take the rules or whether you play only for fun.

For example, if you just play back and forth on the beach without a net and without rules then it's shuttlecock for me.

On the other hand, if you keep all the rules, score the points and play on a proper place and with a net, then it's badminton for me.

Shuttlecock is played with fun to keep the ball in the air for as long as possible, while badminton is played against each other, principle: competition.

As I said, my opinion... Whether there is also an official definition of the difference, I do not know.
21.05.2016 at 13:36

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Deine Vermutung ist korrekt, sowohl Badminton und Federball spielt man mit den gleichen Schlägern und dem gleichen Ball (klar gibt es große Qualitätsunterschiede), aber beim Badminton steht der Wettbewerbscharacter im Vordergrund während Federball ein Freiteitsport ist.

Dementsprechend unterscheiden sich die beiden Spiele auch stark in der Spieltechnik. Während es im Wettbewerb darauf ankommt, dass der Gegner den Ball möglichst nicht bekommt, spielt man den Ball im Badminton seinem Mitspieler zu.

So kommt im Badminton auch eine viel größere Variation von unterschiedlichen Schlägen und Techniken vor, die es im Freitzeitsport eher weniger gibt.
21.05.2016 at 15:06

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The game is called Badminton - 

Shuttlecock is the ball used for the game.. 

It is obvious ;)
22.05.2016 at 10:11

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