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The Australian Gliders suffer disappointing loss to China

GAME 4 – AUS v CHI

The Australian Gliders have failed to defeat China in game four of the AOZ Championships going down by 31 points.

Day 4 Recap - 2019 Australian School Championships

Recap the fourth day of the 2019 Australian School Championships, held in Melbourne Victoria as the Championship sides earned their tickets to the gold medal arena.

The Australian Rollers fall to Japan in thriller

GAME 5 – AUS v JAP
The Australian Rollers have been challenged by a strong Japan side who have come from behind to defeat the Australians by just three points in game five of the AOZ Championships.  

Day 3 Recap - 2019 Australian School Championships

Recap the third day of the 2019 Australian School Championships, held in Melbourne Victoria as the Championship sides launched over the half-way mark in style.

The Australian Gliders defeat Japan for the second time at the AOZ Championships

GAME 3 – AUS v JAP
The Australian Gliders have made a strong comeback to defeat Japan 58-55 in their third game at the AOZ Championships.

The Australian Rollers Stay Undefeated in Thailand

GAME 4 – AUS v CHI
The Australian Rollers have stayed undefeated with a 21-point win over China at the AOZ Championships.

Day 2 Recap - 2019 Australian School Championships

Recap the second day of the 2019 Australian School Championships, held in Melbourne Victoria as our Championship contenders asserted themselves across the divisions.

The Australian Rollers Defeat Iran at the AOZ Championships

The Australian Rollers have continued their winning streak in Thailand, defeating Iran by 23 points.

Day 1 Recap - 2019 Australian School Championships

Recap the opening day of the 2019 Australian School Championships, held in Melbourne Victoria as the Championship sides live up to their billing with some impressive Championship-worthy performances.

The Australian Rollers Go Back-to-Back at the AOZ Championships

The Australian Rollers have had a positive start on their road to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, with back-to-back wins against Korea and Thailand at the 2019 Asia Oceania Championships.

The Australian Gliders Defeat Japan at the AOZ Championships

The Australian Gliders have secured one win and one loss in the first two days of competition at the 2019 Asia Oceania Championships in Thailand.

Basketball Australia and Victor Sports Stick Together For New Three-Year Term

Basketball Australia has today announced a renewal agreement with Victor Sports as its “Official Sports Medical Supplier” for a further three-year term.

Free Wheelchair Basketball Clinics to be held in Geelong and Warrnambool

Basketball Australia, along with Basketball Victoria, will be holding free wheelchair basketball clinics in Geelong and Warrnambool on December 2 and 3.

Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals to Travel to France for FIBA Olympic Qualifier

The Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals will travel to France for the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament in February next year.

Squads Selected for National Performance Camp

The squads for Basketball Australia’s National Performance Camp have been selected and will travel to Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence in Canberra on January 22 for the four-day camp.

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Australian Boomers Announce New Coach Ahead of Tokyo Olympics

Basketball Australia (BA) can today announce that the Australian Men’s Basketball Team, the Australian Boomers, have undergone a transition of its coaching staff with the Philadelphia 76ers’ Brett Brown appointed as the national team’s new Head Coach.

Australian Rollers Ready For Tokyo 2020 Paralympic AOZ Qualifying Tournament

The Australian Rollers have selected their team for the 2019 Asia-Oceania Championships to be held in Pattaya, Thailand from the 27 November to December 8, 2019.

Australian Gliders Ready For Tokyo 2020 Paralympic AOZ Qualifying Tournament

Basketball Australia is pleased to announce the Australian Gliders team for the 2019 IWBF Asia-Oceania Championships to be held in Pattaya, Thailand from November 27 to December 8, 2019.