Video: I remember laughing at the idea of playing badminton in high school. And even after watching all those epic badminton rally videos that pop up every now and again on YouTube, the idea of hitting a birdie (or shuttlecock) back and forth with mini-rockets still seems funny to me. This first person view of the sport changes things. It is so, so quick! It's so intense you barely have any time to react.
The First Person View Of Badminton Is Intense
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