· Goal of game: Best of three games; 15 points wins men’s games, 11 points wins women’s games; scoring is only when serving, and when, 1) having hit the shuttle over the net and onto the floor of the opposing side’s court; 2) your opponent hits the shuttle into the net or out of bounds; 3) the shuttle hits the opponents’ clothing; or 4) the shuttle is hit by your opponent before it crosses the net.
Bottom line: The game is much like tennis.
· Number of players: Each contingent may enter two players in each category juvenile male and temale, junior male and female.
· Teams competing: Alaska, Alberta North, Northwest Territories, Greenland, Yukon, Nunavut, Nunavik.
· 2004 Gold Medalists:
Singles juvenile male: Jordy Lee, Alberta North; juvenile female: Jennifer Waugh, Northwest Territories; junior male: Minik Pedersen, Greenland; junior female: Vanessa Hang, Alberta North.
Doubles juvenile male: Alberta North; juvenile female: Northwest Territories; junior male: Greenland; junior female: Alberta North.
Mixed doubles juvenile: Alberta North P1; junior: Alberta North P1.
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