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BFA Cofounder and Head Coach - Lam Suet Ting

Updated: Feb 26, 2022


Preacher and Practitioner

Coach Ting believes that "to go beyond" is to be never afraid of making mistakes, as you either succeed or you learn a lesson.

A coach should not only be a preacher of sports and health, but also a practitioner of what they preach. She will always strive her best to lead students by example.

Be not afraid of making mistakes, you either succeed or you learn a lesson.

Coaching experience:

1. Heep Yunn School

2. Scientia Secondary School

3. Baptist Rainbow Primary School

4. St. Rose of Lima's College

5. Hop Yat Church School

6. Tung Chung Catholic Primary School

Education background:

Athlete Experience:



10 years of coaching experience

As a HKBA registered coach, Coach Ting is keen on nurturing badminton talents and has been coaching for over a decade.

Strong Education background

Coach Ting is a degree holder of Exercise Science & Health Education, and also a master degree holder in Sports Studies, she has incorporated all these professional knowledge in the badminton and fitness programs.

Practical Experiences and more than happy to share

Coach Ting is a HKBA A-Grade Player, she was an active member of the Heep Yunn School team, she was also appointed as captain of the Hong Kong Baptists University and Chinese University Hong Kong badminton teams. Throughout the years, she has earned numerous overseas and national awards. She loves to share her competition/training tips with students!



International/Naional Awards

  • All China University Badminton Competition

    • Mixed Doubles 1st (2014)

    • Women Doubles 2nd Runner up (2015,2016)

    • Women Single 5th Place (2016)

    • Women Team 2nd Runner Up (2012,2014)

  • USA Mid-Atlantic Classic 2015

    • Women Double 1st​

    • Mixed Double 1st Runner Up

  • Polyu Squina Asian Universities Invitational 2012

    • Women Double 5th Place​

Local Championships

  • BOCHK Hong Kong Annual Badminton Championships:

    • Advanced Women Double 2nd (2017)

    • Intermediate Mixed Double 1st (2012,2013)

    • Intermediate Women Double 1st (2017,2019,2021)

  • The Hong Kong Games

    • Mixed Doubles 1st (2017)

    • Women Double 1st Runner up (2011,2019)

    • Women Team 1st (2019)



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