Following yesterday's joint response by the Government and the Mayor of London to 'The Legacy Report' produced by the House of Lords Select Committee in November 2013, British Basketball has reiterated its call for the need to change the way team sports and emerging sports are funded.
The England Basketball Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) programme has announced the line-up of speakers for the first AASE Basketball Sports Medicine Conference which is taking place on Friday 21 February at Loughborough College.
British Basketball is now seeking a Senior Women's Head Coach, Under-20 Women's Head Coach and various Team Manager positions to support the Great Britain High Performance Programme in achieving the goals of its World Class Performance Plan.
After tasting semi-final defeat to the Nottingham Wildcats at the Betty Codona Classic earlier this month, the Sheffield Hatters were out to make their presence felt in the League recently as they look to retain their title.
Nottingham Wildcats claimed the honours in the newest tournament in UK Women's Basketball, the Betty Codona Classic. Over three days, the top eight teams in the country battled it out over a knockout format at the Nottingham Wildcats Arena.
British Basketball's Performance Chairman, Roger Moreland, says that after a year which started on a low when UK Sport withdrew all funding from the GB programmes, the sport can look back with pride on 2013.