Badminton Hall of Fame

The Badminton Hall of Fame honors players who have shown exceptional skill at badminton, all-time great coaches and referees, and other major contributors to the game.

There is also a USA Badminton Hall of Fame[1] and a Badminton Canada's Hall of Fame.[2]


The inaugural members 1996 were Colonel S S C Dolby Apd, Sir George Alan Thomas, Betty Uber and Herbert Scheele. From 1996 to 2009 60 persons were elected to the Badminton Hall of Fame.

Name Nationality Inducted in
S.S.C Dolby   England 1996
George Alan Thomas   England 1996
Betty Uber   England 1996
Herbert Scheele   England 1996
Tonny Ahm   Denmark 1997
Frank Devlin   Ireland 1997
David G. Freeman   United States 1997
Rudy Hartono Kurniawan   Indonesia 1997
Erland Kops   Denmark 1997
John McCallum   Ireland 1997
Stellan Mohlin   Sweden 1997
Ralph Nichols   England 1997
Craig Reedie   Scotland 1997
Eddy Choong   Malaysia 1997
Judy Hashman   United States/  England 1997
Dick Sudirman   Indonesia 1997
Finn Kobberø   Denmark 1997
David E. L. Choong   Malaysia 1998
Han Aiping   China 1998
Jørgen Hammergaard Hansen   Denmark 1998
Morten Frost Hansen   Denmark 1998
Lene Køppen   Denmark 1998
Li Lingwei   China 1998
Meriel Lucas   England 1998
Ng Boon Bee   Malaysia 1998
Ong Poh Lim   Malaysia/  Singapore 1998
Tan Yee Khan   Malaysia 1998
Gillian Gilks   England 1999
Nora Perry   England 1999
Ulla Strand   Denmark 1999
Margaret Tragett   England 1999
Margaret Varner Bloss   United States 1999
Wong Peng Soon   Malaysia/  Singapore 1999
Kirsten Thorndahl   Denmark 2000
Charoen Wattanasin   Thailand 2000
Park Joo-bong   South Korea 2001
Christian Hadinata   Indonesia 2001
Chen Yuniang   China 2002
Hou Jiachang   China 2002
Kim Moon-soo   South Korea 2002
Liem Swie King   Indonesia 2002
Tang Xianhu   China 2002
Hiroe Yuki   Japan 2002
Chung Myung-hee   South Korea 2003
Chung So-young   South Korea 2003
Susi Susanti   Indonesia 2004
Ge Fei   China 2008
Gu Jun   China 2008
Lü Shengrong   China 2008
Thomas Lund   Denmark 2008
Ethel Thomson   England 2008
Ye Zhaoying   China 2009
Susan Whetnall   England 2009
Kim Dong-moon   South Korea 2009
Ra Kyung-min   South Korea 2009
Gil Young-ah   South Korea 2009
Tjun Tjun   Indonesia 2009
Johan Wahjudi   Indonesia 2009
Ricky Subagja   Indonesia 2009
Rexy Mainaky   Indonesia 2009
Li Yongbo   China 2011
Tian Bingyi   China 2011
Gao Ling   China 2011
Zhang Jun   China 2011
Huang Sui   China 2011
Ha Tae-Kwon   South Korea 2012
Gong Zhichao   China 2012
Bang Soo-hyun   South Korea 2019[3]


  1. ^ USA Badminton Hall of Fame
  2. ^ "Badminton Canada's Hall of Fame". Archived from the original on 2014-06-28. Retrieved 2014-06-30.
  3. ^ "Korea's singles queen to be named to Hall of Fame". Don Hearn. 8 March 2019. Retrieved 9 March 2019.

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