- Entry closing date: 17th September 2019
- Withdrawal deadline: 30th September 2019
- Date of draw: 1st October 2019
- Team managers meeting: 17th October 2019, 20:00 at the venue
Organizer: Badminton Mödling
Presented by: Austrian Badminton Federation (ÖBV)
Dr. Hanns Schürff-Gasse 53
Events: Men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, mixed doubles
Entry Limits: MS 64, WS 64, MD 32, WD 32, XD 48
System: Knock-out for all 5 events
Update 04/10/2019: following the entry deadline, the provisional schedule was changed:
– The XD R32 will be played on 18/10 instead of 19/10
– The rest of the schedule remains unchanged
Friday: from 09:00 am; start of the tournament
Saturday: from 09:00 am; process of the tournament, quarterfinals
Sunday: semi-finals from 09:00 am, finals not before 12:00 am
Draw: Seeding and draw will be done by Badminton Europe on 01/10/19
Courts: 5 courts
Shuttles: Victor GOLD Champion
Eligibility: Open for players according to the current Badminton Europe-/BWF-age-limit, so born 2003 or later
Prices: Cups/practical prizes for the winners and finalist in each event.
Medical Service: A person of First Aid and physiotherapist service are present during the tournament.
The costs for the physiotherapist service is included in the entry fee.
Visa: If visa support is needed please contact austrianU17international@badminton-moedling.at
General: The organizer declines responsibility and covering of costs for possible injuries or other damages. It is up to each participant to insure himself.
Clothing: The Clothing must comply with the actual BWF Statutes, Section 5.2.3: Junior Tournament Regulations § 12 to 16 and the Badminton Europe U17 Circuit Regulation 13.
GDPR: Referring to the General Data Protection Regulation of the EU, I would like to inform you, that by participating at the tournament, the players agree that photos of them will be taken during the tournament and may be used for further use. In addition they agree, that they will be filmed by television. Please contact us for any further information or disagreement.
The photos taken at the tournament will also be made available to the players.
Doping control in badminton, in accordance with BWF Anti-Doping Regulations, is conducted out-of-competition and in-competition with the collection of urine and/or blood samples.
Athletes are responsible for any substance found in their body. Before an athlete takes any medication, they should check with their doctor, and if necessary, get a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE).
For more information about anti-doping, please visit the BWF website: https://corporate.bwfbadminton.com/integrity/anti-doping-overview/
Section 2.4 of the BWF Statutes (Code of Conduct in Relation to Betting, Wagering and Irregular Match Results) relates to anti-corruption and anti-match manipulation, and this code applies to all participants at this tournament.
To protect the integrity of BWF sanctioned tournaments, participants are not allowed to bet in any way on badminton matches, respect the principle of fair play, and shall not attempt to influence the course or result of a game or match.
Every person has an obligation to report to the BWF any approaches by anyone to gather inside information or to change the outcome of a matches.
For more information, please refer to BWF’s website: https://corporate.bwfbadminton.com/integrity/anti-match-fixing-overview/