England didn't 'over-react'

BADMINTON: Adrian Christy, chief executive of the sport&rsquo;s governing body, Badminton England, has defended the team&rsquo;s decision to pull out of the BWF World Championships in India.<br /><br />The England team decided to withdraw from the tournament in Hyderabad amid reports of a terror threat from Muslim extremist group Lashkar-e-Taiba.<br /><br />The decision was met with criticism from the police, politicians and even Scotland chief executive Anne Smillie, but Christy said he had no regrets.<br /><br />&ldquo;We in no way over-reacted. It was the right thing to do,&rdquo; he said.