- USAB Media Guides
Guides explaining the details of US badminton to mass media.
Mainstream mass media generally has little substantial coverage of Badminton, especially in the United States. However there are indeed some exceptions. A few are presented here. If you know of others please consider donating them.
- 21MAR1938 - "A photograph of a couple playing Badminton after a lecture at
the Detroit Marriage Clinic (see page 56), taken for Life by William Vandivert."
The article has nothing to do with Badminton- just the cover.
- 8JAN1940 - Highlighting some fairly acrobatic moves.
- 11MAY1942 - Dave Freeman is honored as unbeatable after winning his 4th National Singles Title at
- 22APR1957 - Highlights Girls at Junior Nationals
- 20APR1959 - World Champion Tan Joe Hok of Indonesia competes in the
- 10APR1937 - Walter Kramer and Dell Barkoff are featured as the "Feather King
- 3AUG1992 - World's Fastest Birdie
- 07MAR1955 -
Joe Alston is featured on the front page, plus an article contrasting backyard play with competitive Badminton.
- 22APR1957 - The top women in Badminton are honored.
- 13APR1959 - World champion Tan Joe Hok is featured at the
- 16MAY1960 - "I Beat Mama" - featuring the Pritula family.
- 24APR1967 - "Judy Takes a Final Curtain Call" - Judy Devlin Hashman's retirement.
- 16MAR1970 - Diane Hales is featured as collegiate national champion.
- 22NOV1971 - "What Kind of Racket is this?" - featuring Sandy McIntosh .
- 31MAY1993 - Hugh Forgie clowning around (literally).
- 13MAY1996 - "The Mother of All Streaks" - a winning NY High School team.
- 3MAY1999 - Joe Alston update.
- 4NOV202 - Underrrated Badminton
- 12APR1937 - The first Nationals is recognized as a "rebirth" of Badminton in the USA.
San Jose Mercury News
7NOV1990 - Meiling Okuno is at the top of her game
-13MAY1992 - Roger Hedge as a dedicated coach
San Francisco Chronicle
- 25AUG2005 -
Howard Bach and Tony Gunawan World Championship doubles team
- 14SEP1940 -
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