Rachel Choong are one of the most winning para-athletes in Europe.
Episode 9 premieres on iTunes
Date: 3/2/2018 1:23 PM
Published by : Emma Lollike
For the 9th episode of Badminton Europe’s podcast, two world champions are guesting the studio, and for the first time the podcast will also be available on iTunes.

Rachel Choong from England and Julie Thrane from Denmark took their seats to answer questions from Mark Phelan about the big event in the history of para-badminton. Para-badminton will take part in the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo, but not all classes of para-badminton is able to qualify.

Watch the podcast on YouTube or listen to it from Soundcloud or iTunes and hear the two world champions discuss the following topics:
  • How did it feel to win the world championships?
  • Is the lack of funding, compared to Asia, a barrier to catching up with the Asian players?
  • What do we have to do to develop and grow para-badminton so that come Paralympics we can challenge the Asians?
  • If the nations worked more together would that help us in our challenge to win medals at all the majors from now on?
  • How do you fit para-badminton training in around your life?
  • Also, hear Rachel Choong explain in her own words how she feels about the fact that her class is not included in the Tokyo 2020-programme.
To find the podcasts on iTunes, write 'Badminton Europe' in the search box to find the newest episode along with the previous eight or follow this link.

Don’t forget to watch our previous episodes, as well. Subscribe to Badminton Europe’s official YouTube channel; BE.TV by clicking here.

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