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100 Duffield Drive
Markham, Ontario, L6G 1B5
Monday: 10AM - 10PM
Tuesday: 10AM - 10PM
Wednesday: 10AM - 11PM
Thursday: 10AM - 10PM
Friday: 10AM - 10PM
Saturday: 9AM - 9PM
Sunday: 9AM - 9PM
Please always call in advance for all visits. Operating hours may be extended or shortened based on attendance.
Usual holiday closures: Christmas, New Years, Canada Day
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E Badminton Training Centre also operates in Montreal, Quebec. Our Markham-based elite coaches travel to Montreal on a rotational basis to provide Quebec athletes will the same quality of training as compared to our athletes in the Greater Toronto Area.
For more information, please contact our Montreal office.
Head Coach - Efendi Wijaya
EBC Coach Roster
E Badminton coaches are amongst the most elite coaches and athletes in Canada. All of our elite coaches have 5+ years of badminton coaching experience at the international level.
We select our coaches from around the world to provide our athletes with world-class service and a diverse range of coaching experiences.
EBC's goal is to promote positive mental strength, physical endurance, and strategic thinking through the game of badminton.
Our coaching roster is always fluctuating because we are constantly expanding our staff and assigning our coaches to participate in various coaching and competition opportunities across Canada. Please email us (email@example.com) to discuss coach availability for lessons.
NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP
Event: 2018 Team Canada National Training Camp & World Junior Championship Promotional Event
Left to Right: Ian Moss - Executive Director of Badminton Canada; Martha Deacon - Canadian Senator;
Frank Scarpitti - Mayor of Markham; Brian Yang - Team Canada Member
E Badminton Training Centre is home to Canadian National Team Coach Efendi Wijaya, and Team Canada athletes Jason Ho-Shue, Michelle Tong, and Rachel Honderich
E Badminton Training Centre's initial venues were rented school gyms, but it eventually grew to occupy its current 9 court, state of the art badminton facility in Markham, Ontario. We approach badminton with the community in mind by fostering team work through hosting and participating in various events throughout the season, including several non-badminton related activities. Our multi-dimensional training strategy focuses not only on physical skill, but also on the importance of confidence, team work, focus, and work ethic. Our goal is to contribute to the healthy athletic and personal development of our athletes to ensure a healthy and happy lifestyle.
Picture: E Badminton, Team 1, 2017 Season-end
VISITED BY YONEX CEO
E Badminton Training Centre has been supported by Yonex Badminton for almost a decade. Our club, all of our coaches, and many of our athletes are recognised by Yonex as some of North America's best. On August 6, 2018, Yonex's CEO, Mr. Yoneyama, personally visited E Badminton to speak with our coaches and spectate our training.
Left to Right: 3 EBC Elite Coaches, Ms. Yoneyama, Mr. Yoneyama (Yonex CEO), Efendi Wijaya (EBC Head Coach), Faye Liang (EBC Director)
In the Fall of 2018, Canada, under the leadership of EBC Head Coach Efendi Wijaya, won GOLD in the 2018 Youth Olympics. EBC also won GOLD in the prestigious 2018 Sudirman Cup in Nanning China.
Shortly afterwards, E Badminton's Head Coach, Efendi Wijaya, was awarded the Badminton World Federation's Distinguished Speaker Award for his lectures during the 2018 World Junior Championships. His presentations were attended by National Team Coaches from around the world.
CANADA'S HIGHEST BADMINTON RECOGNITIONS
In 2017, E Badminton Training Centre reaped 7 out of 8 Badminton Canada award available, including the prestigious 2017 Coach of the Year Award. As one of a kind recognitions, Badminton Canada awards are considered the highest badminton honours in the country.
Left to Right: Michelle Tong (Female Athlete of the Year); Katie Ho-Shue (Female Junior Athlete of the Year) ; Brian Yang (Male Junior Athlete of the Year); Mike Butler (Holding EBC's Jason Ho-Shue's Male Athlete of the Year); Efendi Wijaya (EBC Head Coach - Canadian Coach of the Year)