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« Reply #8 on: Jun 24, 2010, 05:42:02 AM »

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The 2010 FIBA-Americas U18 Championship for Men games
will have live video stream

The 20 games of the 2010 FIBA-Americas U18 Championship for Men will be broadcasted live via video streaming on the Internet at

Each day of competition will have four games, starting at 1:00 pm local time and the last one at 7:00 pm and each one will be broadcasted live on the Internet and also each game will have live stats on our website.

“The current technology allows us to offer our National Federations the possibility to have access to the tournament information and because of their characteristics; some of them don't have coverage in the media. Some years ago we started to put the information on our website and we have live stats and information for most of the events, men or women, and even had a great audience in the participating countries. The parents, family members, the clubs or schools where they came from visited our webpage to know the results of the competition," said the FIBA-Americas Secretary General, Alberto Garcia.

"Today we make a step forward and we will make a test in the FIBA-Americas U18 Championship for Men in San Antonio and now not only the details can be known but also the images of the games can be seen," added Garcia.

Meanwhile FIBA-Americas President, Horacio Muratore, said: “This is a great tool that we have to use and any investment done to elevate the interest in the youth tournaments will never be enough. Our program in the next couple of years will have characteristics directed to the Youth Tournaments who are the future of basketball in our continent and I am very happy for it."

The 2010 FIBA-Americas U18 Championship for Men will be played from June 26-30 at Bill Greehey Arena of San Antonio, Texas with the participation of eight countries that were divided in two groups of four teams each. Group A has Brazil, Canada, Puerto Rico and Uruguay. Group B has Argentina, Mexico, USA and the US Virgin Islands. The top four teams will qualify for the 2011 FIBA U19 World Championship for Men.

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« Reply #7 on: Jun 13, 2010, 09:37:06 PM »

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18th edition of International Youth Basketball in Fougères, France

This year the international youth basketball competition in Fougères has been reserved for the U17 age group.

France will be joined by Belgium, Mali and Turkey in a tournament that brings together four nations that have qualified for the first ever FIBA World Championship Women U17.

Arnauld Guppillotte the head coach for France started his selection process in March by looking at players outside the CFBB structure.

Cathy Melain and France U16 at Basket and the City 2009 © womensbasketball-in-france.comHe eliminated some of the players from the first training camp and added players from the CFBB structure and previous internationals to make up the official U17 training roster.

The 16 players are: Justine Barthelemy, Romane Bernies, Sara Chevaugeon, Jodie Cornelie, Lola De Angelis, Christelle Diallo, Rudiane Eduardo, Olivia Epoupa, Margaux Galliou-Loko, Anaëlle Le Bruche, Marie Bernadette Mbuyamba-Tshimanga, Laure Mercia, Alice Nayo, Ester Niamke-Moisan, Caroline Plust and Claire Stievenard.

The second training camp started on 24 May and ended on 9 June in Bourges.

The Fougères tournament will give the coaching staff an opportunity to test the players in similar conditions to the World Championship with 3 matches in 3 days between 10 - 12 June 2010.

France open up with a match against Mali on the first day. On the second day they play Turkey before closing on Saturday with the final game against Belgium.

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« Reply #6 on: May 22, 2010, 04:24:42 AM »

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FIBA U17: An exceptional and exemplary World Championship

The first ever FIBA U17 World Championship for Women  will be held in Toulouse and Rodez, France from 16th to 25th July 2010.

The draw for the competition took place on 12th February and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) used the occasion to outline its strong commitment to the sustainability of the event.

While the 12 best teams in the world in that age category are expected to produce ahigh level of play on the court, the tournament will also be notable because of the outstanding commitment to the community.

FIBA called on the French Basketball Federation (FFBB) to organise the event in conjunction with the LOC and they were awarded the label Agenda 21 - Sport and Sustainable Development from the French National Olympic Committee (CNOSF). It is the first time that the label has been attributed to a team sporting event.

The label is testament to the fact that the tournament leads by example from an environmental standpoint as well as economic and social ones. This is based on three areas: the satisfaction of practitioners, setting out and meeting environmental requirements and having sustained and positive economic and social benefits.

LOC Co-President and Chairperson of the Midi-Pyrénées Basketball League Cathy Giscou said: “Beyond the sporting aspect, obtaining this label must be an exemplary springboard for the policy of our league and the organisation of future events. This great human adventure will be beneficial from all points of view.”
A sporting and exemplary educational event
In order to obtain this label of excellence, the event in its entirety was considered, designed and organised with sustainability in mind. The issue of transport is a perfect example of that. A number of solutions will be put in place, from the use of electric cars – hybrids and/or ones with low CO2 emissions – to availing of public transport tickets offered in partnership with Tisséo, the public transport network for the city of Toulouse. Additionally, the Midi-Pyrénées region, in collaboration with the French National Railways (SNCF), is offering free tickets to travel between the two host cities.

The LOC also wishes to develop a civic and educational dimension through “sustainable” theme days over the course of the event: basketball-citizen, women in sport, sport and disability, health and nutrition are a few of the themes.

Similarly, a partnership with humanitarian organisation Secours Populaire plans to invite children to attend games.

All these activities will take place within the basketball village.

The event’s mascot symbolises this sporting and durable dynamic. “Naturally” is a green character shaped as a 12-leaf clover (representing the 12 countries taking part in the competition) and will provide entertainment at the André Brouat Palais des Sports of Toulouse as well as the Amphitheatre of Rodez.

Make a note then of 16th July, the opening day of a tournament with a strong emphasis on ecological sustainability.

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« Reply #5 on: May 21, 2010, 06:10:43 AM »

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Three on three basketball to be added to  
Youth Olympic Summer Games

A slimmed down three-a-side version of basketball could be on the Olympic program as early as the 2020 Summer Games, the secretary general of the sport's governing body told Reuters on Wednesday.

Three-on-three, which is played over three periods on half a court with one hoop, will make its debut at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore in August.

"It's not an alternative but it's an add-on and we will have it at the Olympics in 2020/2024," the International Basketball Federation's (FIBA) Patrick Baumann said.

"Three on three will develop. The Youth Olympic Games is the first step then we will have probably have a World Cup and Masters series starting in two years then you create a generation of professional players."

FIBA hopes the format will appeal to those who play the sport for fun.

"It's a product that the kids and the youth play out there for their pleasure and which hasn't really been part of anything," said Baumann who added that three times as many people played basketball as soccer.

"It's a free game, you go when you want, you play with who you want...and it's already out there. What it is not, it's not part of a worldwide community of three-on-three basketball players. That's where I think we have an amazing opportunity to just create a tsunami of basketball players."

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« Reply #4 on: Apr 30, 2010, 09:25:49 AM »

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Accreditation for FIBA U17 World Championship for Women

With the inaugural edition of the FIBA U17 World Championship for Women - held in Toulouse and Rodez from 16th to 25th July 2010 - less than three months away, the application process for media accreditation has now been launched.

All media wishing to attend the Championship are required to complete the accreditation application form and return it by e-mail or post to Sylvain Bourdois Chupin, Press Officer of the Local Organising Committee (LOC):

Sylvain Bourdois Chupin
Communications Office - French Basketball Federation
117 rue du Chateau des Rentiers, 75013 Paris, FRANCE

The application deadline is 6th July 2010. We would like to remind you that this is an application form only and accordingly does not guarantee accreditation to the event.
Official media hotels with preferential rates will be made available to interested media representatives. Please note that the deadline for room bookings in the official media hotels is 22nd May 2010. However, every effort will be made to ensure that media representatives are offered a room in the media hotel beyond this deadline. Please contact the LOC at the following e-mail address for further information:

FIBA and the Local Organising Committee will inform all applicants of the success of their requests no later than 10th July 2010.
For more information, please contact the LOC Press Officer Sylvain Bourdois Chupin.

Extensive information about the FIBA U17 World Championship for Men is available on the event website

We also would like to remind the interested media that the accreditation process for the 2010 FIBA World Championships for Men and Women and the FIBA U17 World Championship for Men are already underway.

To apply for accreditation for the 2010 FIBA World Championships click here: FIBA

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