FIBA has announced the schedules for the FIBA 3x3 Olympic Qualifying Tournaments that will be held in Graz, Austria, where the Australian Women’s 3x3 Team will be looking to qualify for the inaugural Olympic Games 3x3 competition at Tokyo 2020.
The Board of Basketball Australia has appointed SRI Executive to drive a domestic and global search for a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Basketball Australia (BA) has today announced the seven athletes still vying for selection in the final Australian Women’s 3x3 Basketball team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Qualifying Tournament set to take place in Graz, Austria from May 26 – 30.
Basketball Australia (BA) is delighted to announce the ten athletes from the Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory who have been selected to represent Australia in the 2021 FIBA Under-15 Skills Challenge.
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The FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 Local Organising Committee has announced Anthea Crittle and Lorraine Landon as its final executive team appointments as it approaches the Sydney-hosted event from September 22 to 1 October 2022.
With the WNBA Draft just days away, Chemist Warehouse Opals squad member Tiana Mangakahia feels an odd sense of calm.
Just one week into the 2020 Waratah League, women’s head coach at the Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence (CoE), Kristen Veal recalls a challenging few days as the first impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic hit Australian shores.
Basketball Australia (BA) is delighted to announce that all games of the 2021 Australian Under-18 Championships will be streamed live and free across Australia thanks to Foxtel and Kayo Freebies.
The Board of Basketball Australia (BA) has confirmed the appointment of Carolyn Campbell as interim CEO of BA effective immediately.
Basketball Australia is delighted to confirm that seven Australian officials have been selected by FIBA/IWBF to officiate the basketball events at either the Tokyo 2020 Olympic or Paralympic Games.
Four Olympic gold medallists from multiple sports have joined the Australian senior women’s basketball squad in camp on the Gold Coast this week, as the Opals aim for a return to the podium at this year’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and a shot at gold.