Speedminton® a short history
Crossminton is conquering the world. More than 2.5 Million recreational players, most of them in Europe.
Likewise, people ask, what 3 pieces of equipment are needed for speedminton?
Getting to know Speedminton® – Anywhere, Anytime
With your Speedminton® equipment, you can play anywhere and anytime! All you need is two rackets, a Speeder™ and there you go. The Speeder™ is specially designed for outdoor play, wind resistant up to wind force 4 and a stable flight path up to 100 feet.
Subsequently, which sport is speedminton not a combination of?
SPEEDMINTON, Crossminton and more
Speedminton® developed a unique new racket game, Crossminton – a combination of tennis, badminton, and squash. It is played without a net which allows you to play everywhere (beach, park, street, backyard, even in water!) and due to the Night Speeder™, day and night!
What country invented speedminton?
The game is named for Badminton, the country estate of the dukes of Beaufort in Gloucestershire, England, where it was first played about 1873. The roots of the sport can be traced to ancient Greece, China, and India, and it is closely related to the old children’s game battledore and shuttlecock.
Each player stands in her square and has to defend it. Hitting it back and forth, he tries to get the Speeder® into the opposite square. A game ends when one player reaches 16 points. If the score is tied at 15 or greater, play continues until one player has a 2 point advantage.
The server has three serves in sequence and must serve to the diagonal playing field. The serve is always made from the right-hand field to the left-hand diagonal field opposite. Service rotates back and forth. The next time Team A serves, players change places, so service always goes from the right.
A meld of badminton, tennis and racquetball, the game of speed badminton — which has a small but hardy cult following in Europe and is now making its way into the U.S. — offers up a super-fast sport sans net.
The Unique Speedminton® Speeder comes in several versions for differing conditions and gameplay: HELI, FUN, MATCH, CROSS and NIGHT. All models are designed for indoor or outdoor play and have been designed to be shorter, heavier and narrower than regular badminton birdies.