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BWF World Senior Championships
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2021 BWF World Senior Championships
SportBadminton
Founded2003
CountryBWF member nations

The BWF World Senior Championships is a badminton tournament sanctioned by Badminton World Federation (BWF). The winners will be crowned as the "World Senior Champions" and awarded gold medals.[1] However, it does not offer any prize money. The tournament started in 2003 and being held biennially.

Location of the World Senior Championships

The table below gives an overview of all host cities and countries of the World Senior Championships. The most recent games were held in Huelva. The number in parentheses following the city/country denotes how many times that city/country has hosted the championships.

BWF World Senior Championships is located in Earth
Host cities of the World Senior Championships
Year No. Date Host City Country
2003 I 9–15 June 2003 Sofia (1) Bulgaria (1)
2005 II 29 November – 5 December 2005 Kuala Lumpur (1) Malaysia (1)
2007 III 24–29 April 2007 Taipei (1) Taiwan (1)
2009 IV 27 September – 3 October 2009 Huelva (1) Spain (1)
2011 V 21–27 August 2011 Vancouver (1) Canada (1)
2013 VI 9–14 August 2013 Ankara (1) Turkey (1)
2015 VII 20–26 September 2015 Helsingborg (1) Sweden (1)
2017 VIII 11–17 September 2017 Kochi (1) India (1)
2019 IX 4–11 August 2019 Katowice (1) Poland (1)
2021 X 28 November – 4 December 2021 Huelva (2) Spain (2)
2023 XI Seoul (1) Korea (1)
2025 XII Auckland (1) New Zealand (1)

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 England6769126262
2 Denmark5658104218
3 Germany45.540.581167
4 Japan304187158
5 Thailand2820.52674.5
6 Chinese Taipei23.513.51552
7 Russia1412.51642.5
8 Scotland1215936
9 Netherlands10.578.526
10 India10164369
11 Indonesia105823
12 Canada8.514.520.543.5
13 Sweden6.516.53659
14 Israel6107
15 South Africa600.56.5
16 Malaysia4.551726.5
17 United States4037
18 Belarus3.51.50.55.5
19 Hong Kong3.50.51.55.5
20 Iceland3.5036.5
21 Poland291021
22 France24915
23 Norway22.51014.5
24 Finland2215.519.5
25  Switzerland205.57.5
26 Hungary13.526.5
27 Sri Lanka1337
28 Austria12.53.57
29 Ireland12.52.56
30 Bulgaria127.510.5
31 Ukraine11.524.5
32 South Korea1102
33 Portugal1045
34 New Zealand1001
35 Philippines0.5000.5
36 Australia0145
37 Croatia00.500.5
38 Czech Republic0033
39 Singapore0022
 Spain0022
41 Luxembourg0011
 Macau0011
 Romania0011
 Uzbekistan0011
Totals (44 entries)3723726951439

Medal distribution

See also

References

  1. ^ "Regulations for World Senior Championships" (PDF). Badminton World Federation. Retrieved 7 May 2019.