Internationally renowned FIBA referee Romas Brazauskas from Lithuania is set to hold a must-see clinic on Saturday, 22 August to share his experience with Australian whistleblowers.
Brazauskas, who is travelling to Australia to officiate the Boomers versus New Zealand game on 23 August, has been a FIBA referee since 1987 and has officiated a bevvy of major international events.
He has refereed at the European Championship for Men five times (1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, and 2009), the World Championship for Men three times (1998, 2002, and 2006) and at the past four straight Olympic Games ( 1992, 1996, 2000 and 2008). He was a referee on the Women’s Olympic Final in 2000 and also the 2008 Men’s Olympic Final.
The Lithuania legend has also officiated at the Euroleague Final Four from 1995-2009, making him one of the world’s most experienced officials.
Brazauskas will hold a free two-and-a-half hour clinic for referees in Silverwater from 10am on 22 August.
Attendees who also purchase a ticket to see the Boomers play the Tall Blacks will go into the draw to receive house access passes to witness the pre-game discussion at the Boomers game.
To book your place at the clinic, contact Debbie Keirs at Basketball NSW either by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (02) 8765-8555. Only 100 places available.
Romas Brazauskas Clinic
Venue: Waterview, Dooleys at Silverwater ,Cnr Clyde Street & Silverwater Road, Silverwater
Date: Saturday 22 August
Time: 10.00am - 12.30 pm