The Australian Rollers and Australian Gliders national wheelchair basketball teams are heading to the 2014 IWBF World Championships as the region’s best after winning the 2013 IWBF Asia-Oceania Zone Championships in Thailand last night.
Australian Boomers star Joe Ingles and his Maccabi Tel-Aviv are beginning to hit their straps on the domestic and European front, with the former NBL star playing a leading role.
The Australian Rollers and Australian Gliders have qualified for the 2014 IWBF Wheelchair Basketball World Championships at the 2013 IWBF Asia-Oceania Zone Championships in Bangkok, Thailand.
Australia’s national team coaches will work with the next generation of talent coming through the junior programs in January for the first edition of the 2014 Australian Development Camps at the Basketball Australia National Centre of Excellence in Canberra.
It was a memorable weekend for the Australian Boomers contingent in the NBA, with all four of our stars posting impressive performances as the2014 season begins to take shape.
The path to the IWBF World Championships will become clearer over the next week as the Australian Rollers and Australian Gliders look to book their place at the 2013 IWBF Asia-Oceania Zone Championships, tipping off this week in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Basketball Australia National Centre of Excellence (CoE) will enter men’s and women’s teams into the SEABL for the upcoming 2014 season.