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Spinalian Voluntary Gymnastics Association Sets Sights on Breaking Badminton World Record

Complete 123 badminton passes in less than an hour, without dropping the shuttlecock, and changing players with each racket stroke. This is the objective pursued by the Spinalian Voluntary Gymnastics Association. If the club succeeds, it will be able to boast of having broken the world record held by Irish badistas since 2014.

The original idea germinated in the head of John Gayaud, the new president of the structure. “I read an article about it some time ago and I thought the world record wasn’t crazy,” enthuses the badminton player who was recently elected head of the club two years ago. years. The sporting aspect is therefore on everyone’s minds. But beyond performance, the initiative also and above all has a solidarity impact. The attempt will in fact be organized on December 8, in the heart of the Telethon.

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It will therefore be both a means of putting the spotlight on the association, but also of collecting donations for research. “The objective is to be able to create emulation around the Telethon. And for that, we had to succeed in motivating the participants by finding them a small challenge to achieve,” adds Stéphanie Vasson, the secretary of the ASGV.

Recruit at least 123 participants

To support the challenge, however, we must find enough volunteers to carry it out. The association must therefore recruit at least 123 participants for the Guinness Book of Records to validate its performance. With this in mind, the club plans to cast a wide net. First by drawing from the 480 members registered in its registers, but also by calling on its counterparts in the Spinal basin. “We contacted the three racquet clubs in the city: tennis, table tennis and badminton. But we also canvassed all the badminton clubs in the area, as far as Châtel-sur-Moselle,” explains the president, who also specifies that the event will, moreover, be open to all those who wish to take part. .

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The attempt will therefore take place on Friday December 8, at the Clemenceau gymnasium. The start of the challenge will be whistled from 8 p.m. From then on, the players will have one hour to complete the 123 exchanges in a row.

At the same time, a donation drive will be organized on the sidelines of the event. Via a physical kitty or through the revenue from the refreshment bar, the money collected will be entirely donated to research against rare diseases.

2023-12-02 05:03:02
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