Unboxing Roblox Toys Series 5 The Legendary Gatekeeper’s Attack The Pirate Showdown The Jailbreak Great Escape

On this episode of Kayden's Roblox adventure, he unboxes 3 sets from the Roblox Series 5.

The Legendary Gatekeeper's Attack Set makes for an unforgettable battle as the gatekeeper fights against the evil Necromancer with all his might & power!

Ahoy Matey! The Pirate Showdown Set comes with 4 pirates & a parrot to make sailing adventure all the more fun! But which one of these pirates will get to the treasure chest first?

Want some thrill? The Jailbreak Great Escape Set is the answer. Think inmates & a genius escape plan for some breakout action! Don't forget, the police have eyes everywhere!

ROBLOX is an online virtual playground and workshop, where kids of all ages can safely interact, create, have fun, and learn. It’s unique in that practically everything on ROBLOX is designed and constructed by members of the community. ROBLOX is designed for 8 to 18 year olds, but it is open to people of all ages. Each player starts by choosing an avatar and giving it an identity. They can then explore ROBLOX — interacting with others by chatting, playing games, or collaborating on creative projects.

Jazewares brings the imaginative world of Roblox to life with all-new action figures and playsets inspired by your favorite characters and experiences! Mix and match their parts to create your own unique Roblox adventure. Each collectible figure includes a redeemable code to unlock exclusive virtual items.

Malaysian Badminton Legend Lee Chong Wei Announces Retirement

The former World No 1 announced his retirement from badminton after 19 years in the sport. Following a recent consultation with his doctor, Lee decided to hang up his racket, leaving behind a legacy of a hugely successful career that boasted 69 singles titles and three Olympic silver medals.   Badminton fans around the world…
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Wind gods come to play as badminton moves outdoors

KUALA LUMPUR: The Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Monday unveiled AirBadminton, a new outdoor version of the game, as part of a project to increase global participation in the sport.

Since its inception in the 19th century, badminton has been confined to indoor stadia and halls.

However, after five years of research, the BWF have developed a new outdoor shuttlecock, the AirShuttle, with increased durability, stability and wind resistance to allow people to play on hard, grass and sand surfaces.

BWF president Poul-Erik Hoyer, the Atlanta 1996 Olympic gold medallist, believes outdoor badminton will unlock doors to a highly attractive version of the professional sport.

“This is a momentous occasion for badminton. Strategically, AirBadminton will allow us to fulfil our overall objective of putting a badminton racket in the hands of as many people as possible,” he said.

“Given that most people’s first experience with badminton comes in an outdoor environment, we are now making it easier for everyone to access the sport through a new outdoor game and new shuttlecock, the AirShuttle.

“In the future, we see AirBadminton as an exciting, new, energetic version of the sport. Overall, the aim is to inspire more people to play more badminton in more places.”

The BWF confirmed they are now working with leading sports manufacturers to mass produce and rollout the AirShuttle. The eventual aim is for the shuttlecock to be played in winds up to 12 kmph.

The new version of the game will also be played on new court dimensions, making it more suitable to play in outdoor environments, BWF said. --Reuters

Original Post: NST Online

Video Credit: BadmintonWorld.tv

Yonex introduces the latest NANOFLARE 700!

While many players around the world prefer the touch and maneuverability of a head-light racquet, the one downside has been sacrificing the shuttle speed and power of a head-heavy racquet. Yonex Co. Ltd. has upended that contradiction with the new NANOFLARE 700 (released on March 1st), a head-light racquet built with unique technology and construction…
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