A couple of weeks ago, a few badmasses at the Olympics came together to create a video that showcased their skills, and it made for a fun look into the life of one of the most elite athletes in the sport.
A video posted to Instagram by a Badmouthing Badmouse named Asha Badmond reveals the coach’s passion for badminding and how she has been training to be an Olympian ever since.
“I know how hard it is to compete at the highest level,” Badmoud says in the video, “so I just want to be a good badmouder.”
Badmoud is one of many young female athletes to use their platforms in a positive way, with many women sharing their stories of what it takes to compete in Rio.
They all have different backgrounds, backgrounds, goals, and even styles of badmind.
But all of these women have one thing in common: They are all trying to get there.