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 and a Badminton Canada’s Hall of Fame.

Hall of Fame

Inaugural Members
S S C Dolby
Sir George Thomas
Betty Uber
Herbert Scheele

1997

Tonny Ahm (Denmark)
Frank Devlin (Ireland)
David Freeman (USA)
Rudy Hartono (Indonesia)
Erland Kops (Denmark)
Major John McCallum (Ireland)
Stellan Mohlin (Sweden)
Ralph Nichols (England)
Craig Reedie (Scotland)
Eddy Choong (Malaysia)
Judy Hashman (Devlin) (USA/England)
Dick Sudirman (Indonesia)
Finn Kobbero (Denmark)

1998

David Choong (Malaysia)
Han Aiping (China)
Jorgen Hammergaard Hansen (Denmark)
Morten Frost Hansen (Denmark)
Lene Køppen (Denmark)
Li Lingwei (China)
Meriel Lucas (England)
Ng Boon Bee (Malaysia)
Ong Poh Lim (Malaysia)
Tan Yee Khan (Malaysia)

1999

Gillian Gilks (England)
Nora Perry (England)
Ulla Strand (Denmark)
Margaret Tragett (England)
Margaret Varner Bloss (USA)
Wong Peng Soon (Singapore)

2000

Kirsten Thorndahl (Denmark)
Charoen Wattanasin (Thailand)

2001

Christian Hadinata (Indonesia)
Park Joo Bong (Korea)

2002

Chen Yuniang (China)
Hou Jiachang (China)
Kim Moon Soo (Korea)
Liem Swie King (Indonesia)
Tang Xianhu (China)
Hiroe Yuki (Japan)

2003

Chung Myeong Hee (Korea)
Chung So Young (Korea)

2004

Susi Susanti (Indonesia)

2009

Ethel Thompson (England)
Lu Shengrong (China)
Thomas Lund (Dänemark)
Ge Fei (China)
Gu Jun (China)

2011

Li Yongbo (China)
Tian Bingyi (China)
Gao Ling (China)
Zhang Jun (China)
Huang Sui (China)

2012

Ha Tae Kwon (Korea)
Gong Zhi Chao (China)

Source: Badminton World Federation

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