The Badminton World Federation (BWF) have opted to retain the round-robin element of their Olympic competitions that caused so much controversy at London 2012, albeit in an amended form.
Olympic silver medallist Nathan Robertson has been appointed as a Badminton England Ambassador.
Lin Dan successfully defended his Olympic title as China completed a clean sweep of the badminton golds.
China's Li Xuerui completed her dream run at Wembley Arena by outbattling Wang Yihan to claim Olympic gold.
China continued their badminton dominance as Tian Qing and Zhao Yunlei won the women's doubles.
World champion Wang Yihan beat Saina Nehwal to set up an all-Chinese final in the women's badminton singles final.
China are guaranteed at least one badminton gold after their leading mixed doubles pairs reached the final.
The coaches of the four disqualified women's badminton pairs are set to be investigated.
One of the Chinese badminton players involved in the match-throwing scandal has announced her retirement.
The four badminton doubles pairs at the centre of a match-fixing scandal have been disqualified.
Badminton authorities have charged four women's doubles pairs who apparently tried to throw matches.
GB's Rajiv Ouseph and Susan Egelstaff saw their respective Olympic bids come to an end in the badminton singles.
China's badminton star Lin Dan launched his Olympic title defence with an emphatic victory over Scott Evans.
Rajiv Ouseph won his opening game in the badminton men's singles but Chris Adcock and Imogen Bankier are out.
Chris Adcock and Imogen Bankier lost to Russia in their London 2012 opener at Wembley Arena - but Susan Egelstaff won.
Great Britain's Susan Egelstaff will complete a remarkable comeback from injury as she makes her Olympic debut.
The Badminton World Federation have apologised after considerable changes to the Olympic schedule.
Scott Evans could have the best chance of anyone at London of beating badminton's greatest player.
Great Britain's mixed doubles pair hope to give the world number ones a rude awakening in London 2012 opener.
Chris Adcock brushed his first taste of tabloid scrutiny aside as he focused on his Olympic goal.