Leisure moments

Pairing in groups doubles happiness. Here, we are not only colleagues, but also friends. During work hours, everyone completes tasks diligently, and after work, we gather and play happily. This is to enhance our relationship.Team building activities are enjoyable and provide a break from our usual routine.When we have fun together, it increases job satisfaction, and creates a more positive work environment.

Multifunctional line drawing

The game lines on sports courts are not only markings, but the lifeblood of every sport.

Guardwe provides professional Lines Painting services, technicians have more than 8 years experience for serving international courts/ competitions.

Our commitment to excellence is evident in every court we mark.

Whether it’s basketball, futsal, badminton, or multi-purpose arenas, we have the expertise to meet your every need.

Guardwe is not only a sports flooring supplier, but a one-stop solution for your sports venues or stadiums.

From meticulous court layout designs to flawless execution, we handle it all, ensuring your sport court meets the highest standards.

Here is our latest project to Nigeria, a muti-sports court: basketball, futsal and badminton.

Used tile model – KC04https://guardwe.com/product/king-court/

TPE material, create extremely comfortable foot feelings and outstanding shock absorption.

Perfect for basketball, pickleball, tennis, futsal, volleyball, badminton……

Contact us if you’re interested.

Construction line drawing

After the sports floor is paved according to the drawings issued by the designer, paste the paper on both sides of the area to be drawn on the basketball court, and paint the line with white ink in the middle. After the ink has dried, remove the sticker. As for the three-point line and the centerline circle, because they are circular arcs, a ruler is needed. First, use a nail to fix the zero scale point of the ruler at the center of the circle, draw a line with the center of the circle as the radius (draw two lines with a distance of 5CM), then paste beautiful pattern paper on these two lines, and repeat the steps of drawing a straight line. Such a suspended splicing floor basketball court has been laid!

Basketball 3×3- From street to Olympic


3×3 is simple and flexible enough to be played anywhere by anybody. All you need is a hoop, a half-court and six players. Events can be staged outdoor and indoor in iconic locations to bring basketball directly to the people.

3×3 is an opportunity for new players, organizers and countries to go from the streets to the World Stage. The stars of the game play in a professional tour and some of the most prestigious multi-sports events. On June 9, 2017, 3×3 was added to the Olympic Program, starting from the Tokyo 2020 Games.


Playing Courts

A regular 3×3 playing court shall have a flat, hard surface free from obstructions (Diagram 1) with dimensions of 15 m in width and 11 m in length measured from the inner edge of the boundary line (Diagram 1). The court shall have a regular basketball playing court sized zone, including a free throw line (5.80 m), a 2-point line (6.75m) and a “no-charge semi-circle” area underneath the basket.

The playing area shall be marked in 3 colours: restricted area and 2-point area in one colour, the remaining playing area in another colour and the out-of-bound area in black. The colours recommended by Fl BA are as in Diagram 1.

At grassroots level, 3×3 can be played anywhere; court makings – if any are used – shall be adapted to available space, however Fl BA 3×3 Official Competitions must fully comply with the above specifications including backstop with the shot clock integrated in the backstop padding.


Air Badminton- The new outdoor Game


In 2019 the Badminton World Federation (BWF) in collaboration with HSBC, its Global Development Partner, successfully launched the new outdoor game – AirBadminton – and the new outdoor shuttlecock – the AirShuttle – at a ceremony in Guangzhou, China. AirBadminton is an ambitious new development project designed to create opportunities for people of all ages and ability to play badminton on hard, grass and sand surfaces in parks, gardens, streets, playgrounds and beaches around the world.

Badminton as we know it is a popular, fun and inclusive sport with more than 300 million active players globally, encouraging participation and excitement with a plethora of health and social benefits. Given that most people first experience badminton in an outdoor environment, the BWF is now making it easier for everyone to access the sport through a new outdoor game and a new shuttlecock.

02、Why play AirBadminton?

  • It encourages participation and excitement
  • Just one hour of badminton can burn around 450 calories
  • It’s fun and inclusive
  • It can prevent stress
  • It’s great for speed, strength and agility
  • It can reduce the risk of myopia in children
  • You can play it anywhere, on hard, grass or sand surfaces
  • It can help maintain a healthy weight

03、Court Dimensions

Following considerable testing, piloting and data collection, the proposed playing court is a rectangle measuring 16m x 6m metres for doubles and triples, and 16m x 5m for singles; surrounded by a free zone, which is a minimum of 1m on all sides. The length of the court is slightly longer than the 13.4m traditional badminton court, this is due to the fact that the AirBadminton court has a 2m dead zone at the front of the court in order to incentive rallies away from the net area, which will lead to better AirShuttle flight performance. The new court’s dimensions ensure that the AirShuttle will stay in play longer and rallies will be more entertaining. The posts supporting the net shall be placed outside each side line, and shall be no further than a 1.0 metre from each side line. ■ When playing on grass and hard surfaces courts, posts shall be 1.55m in height from the surface of the court. ■ For sand surface, the posts shall be 1.5m in height, and the top of the net from the surface should be 1.45m at the centre of the court. Research showed that by lowering the net to 1.45m, errors were reduced and rallies were extended.



How Smart Technology is Changing Sports Equipment

As technology becomes an ever-present facet of most peoples’ lives, the demand for it in other areas is growing. Sports equipment is not immune to this.

Consumers of the future not only expect integrated technology solutions but also sports equipment that seamlessly interacts with these products. Some of the major trends include personalization, constant connectivity, health and wellness optimization, and sustainability. Consumers want their devices to respond to their unique needs and adapt to their personal circumstances.

Further, future sports equipment will incorporate the “constant connectivity” other devices feature in order to give real-time feedback and actionable analytics to the end-user.

Such connectivity will be found in everything from goal gates to basketball hoops. This, in turn, will be useful in developing optimized health and wellness regimens that target each individual’s goals and needs.

While there is no shortage of data out there now as far as most people are concerned, with smartwatches providing a raft of information, it is the integration of that with sports equipment that will be the game-changer moving forward.

5 Trends in Sports Equipment Right Now

The world is changing – and quickly – but sports equipment is largely unchanged.

That is until the past couple of years. We’ve identified some major trends in sports equipment that you should know about and how it is impacting the way we interact with everything from basketball hoops to golf clubs.

The major trends we are seeing include sensors in almost everything out there, an increase in the availability of wearable tech, touchscreen-based augmented reality, new materials in protective equipment, and even virtual reality.

Sensors are nothing new, but putting them in golf clubs, basketball hoops, and even in uniforms is a new trend. What experts hope to get from this is more engagement from athletes and consumers alike as well as data they can use to improve products in the future. Wearable tech by itself probably wouldn’t be worth much, but we’re also seeing the rise in equipment that interacts with it and consumer smartphones, among other things.

Using augmented reality and other methods during training is showing a marked increase in improved performance as well as athlete satisfaction with the product. This data is also being used to advance materials used for equipment to make them safer, more durable, and fit-for-purpose in the modern era.