Today I have updates from badminton, archery, cycling and rock climbing.
Badminton news - The Badminton World Federation (BWF) will have a discussion on possible changes to the current scoring system at the annual Member's Forum in India on Friday.
The scoring system was changed in 2006 to the current 21 points, three sets rally system. Although this scoring system has been working very well (in my opinion), it has not been accepted universally in all badminton leagues. The BWF wants to try and get to a shorter, more intense match that would be easier to schedule.
Archery news - The Eastern Cape Indoor Championships are to be held at the Kings Court Shopping Centre in Port Elizabeth from 31 May to 1 June. There will be a double indoor round every day (60 arrows x 2). More info is available on the SANAA website.
MTB - The Sani2C finished on 17 May. The Trial section was won by Team Adrenaline junkies - Anton Koller and Gregor Krall - with a total time of 11:24:05.
Road cycling - With a rest day behind them, the riders of the Giro d'Italia have today tackled a 173km ride from Modena, through Parma to Salsomaggiore. Stage 10 is a very flat stage, so expect the sprinters to fight this round out.
Rock climbing - There has been a proposal from Adventure Club to NMMU in Port Elizabeth to include sport climbing as an official sport and potentially build a indoor sport wall. Check out the video here.comments powered by Disqus
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