On August the 10th 2018, Cuntapay Badminton and Sports Affairs badminton academy officially committed to a longtime collaboration. Both parties have the same intrest at heart in developing future potential performance players. Both academies are keen on developing juniors and elite players. By giving the talents a chance and possibility to grow as an fulltime athlete CBA and Sports Affairs will exchange players, coaches to share experience on international level.
Head coaches of both academies are very happy that this collaboration has started as now Asia and Europe together are trying to advance to better level of play.
CEO Raezal Hussein of Sports Affairs comment : By collaborating with CBA we both open a path for both parties to evolve to better Academies, we are very happy we came to a collaboration.
On the 9th and 10th of June the Junior National Championships were held in Tilburg Netherlands. In the age categories U13 until U19, dutch boys and girls were competing to see who would be the best in the country in their own age category.
The players were tensed , but as the tournament evolved they became more confident.
Our CBA Juniors were highly motivated to put on some good results as a few were determined to win the title.
We dearly would like to congratulate our following junior players for their prestige act at the championships.
3rd Place Anouk van Wijk
Girls & Boys U17
1st Place Boys Single - Lars Kros
2nd Place Girls Single - Meike Versteegh
1st Place Girls Doubles - Meike Versteegh , Charissa Kuipers.
3rd Place Girls SIngle - Daphne Jansen
1st Place Mixed Doubles - Daphne Jansen , Lars Kros
2nd Place Mixed Doubles - Chloe Mayer, Timo Stoffelen
2nd Place Boys Doubles - Timo Stoffelen, Lars Kros
Girls & Boys U19
3rd place Girls SIngle - Madouc Linders
3rd place Boys Single - Remco Boeije.
1st place Mixed - Madouc Linders, Gijs Duijs.
We also would like to thank our coaches who did a excellent job by guiding and supporting our players technically, physically , tactically and mentally.
Thank you, Rune Massing, Arie Hof, Eline Coene
From the 26th of February until the 4th of March, National Team of Thailand visited our center in Bern Switzerland. Under supervision of head coach Art Gittin and assistant Coach Phatipat all National players were absolving a one week training camp with Cuntapay Badminton International in Switzerland.
Twice a day court training with their mind set on the German Open upcoming 6th of March in Mulheim an der Ruhr Germany. Our Elite Players were able to learn a lot from the Thai team as the team of thailand was open to a close cooperation with each other.
Many thanks to my mentor Coach Rexy Mainaky who made this all possible. Besides building up a good friendship on court, players were able to built a friendship of court. As we had time to explore the swiss culture together.
Many thanks to the Embassy of Thailand in Bern, Switzerland.
Thank You Tivoli Worblaufen .
And many thanks to Yonex Switzerland for the sponsored materials.