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  • MFA Boston

    This 17th century engraving shows a friendly game of badminton. Badminton is one of the newest Olympic sports—it was first played at the Olympics in 1992. Nicolas Arnoult "Le Jeu du Volant." Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

  • Valarie Kaye

    Thank heaven we have better tennis wear now!

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