Coach Charles was a professional badminton player, member of The Chinese National Youth Badminton Team, the Shanghai Badminton Team, and The Chinese National Badminton Team from 2002 to 2014. Years of world-class training and dedication have cultivated Charles to become a high achiever not only in world-class competitions but also in his coaching career. He brings immaculate techniques to his training classes. And more importantly, under his guidance, students learn to be resilient, empathetic, and courageous, as a person, on and off the court.
Since 2015, Coach Charles has coached the many competition teams growing from beginner level to entering the national tournaments. In 2018, his students participated in 15 tournaments and received 71 gold medals in total. Coach Charles customizes students’ training plans and strategies, helping them develop their own unique techniques and strength. He devotes his efforts to helping the youngsters reach their full potential.
Coach Toby is a recognized international badminton player and the number one men’s singles player in the Philippines (2007-2014). He started playing badminton when he was 8 years old and has professionally trained and competed in worldwide tournaments since then. He has a natural talent for badminton, and his dedication to coaching is unsurpassed. Coach Toby has spent countless years fine-tuning his badminton techniques from coaches and known badminton clubs around the world. He is prepared to take on any challenge that comes his way and ready to share this knowledge with future badminton youngsters. Being both singles and doubles badminton player, Coach Toby portrays the confidence and determination as well as the coordination and control of a badminton champion.
Coach Toby arrived here in the USA in 2016 and coached for Bintang Badminton Academy. He coached the Boy’s Competition Team at Bintang (Dublin) and help produce Junior National Champions.
A badminton enthusiast at the age of 12, Gerald’s love for the game gave him the passion to pursue his dream to be the best at this sport. His passion for badminton made him an elite member of the Philippines National Team men’s doubles from age 14 until 21 where he garnered awards and medals from both international and local tournaments. With these accomplishments, Gerald’s love for badminton made him eligible to be a coach, which he pursued with ardor after graduating from university.
His knowledge of the game gave him the edge to steer his players to victory in his first year of coaching. To date, Gerald’s coaching career developed, making him an in-demand figure on the sidelines of the court and of the game itself.