Basketball Victoria is proud to have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Indigenous Basketball Australia (IBA) to work collaboratively in creating pathways and opportunities for...
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INDUCTION into the Australian Basketball Hall of Fame is one of the highest honours in our sport with Allison Tranquilli, Bill Mildenhall, Ray Hunt and Lanard Copeland set to join the ranks of Australia's greats.
- Inducted into Basketball BC Hall of Fame (2018) Note: The name for the Canadian Interuniversity Sport national body that UVic student-athletes compete under has changed names throughout time. From 1906 to 2000 they were known as the CIAU (Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union) and then adopted CIS (Canadian Interuniversity Sport) in 2001, before officially becoming U SPORTS in April 2017.
In 2012 McAra, a Reynolds Secondary School graduate, was inducted into the Greater Victoria Sports Hall of Fame and Basketball BC Sport Hall of Fame. UVic Achievements - Five year varsity Vikette student-athlete from 1978-1982 - 1978 Canada West silver medalist - 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Canada West Champion
In 2018, Natalie Porter was inducted to the Basketball Victoria Wall of Fame for an outstanding basketball career, which she forged across the world. Here ar...
Australian Basketball Hall of Fame - Ray Hunt. Basketball Victoria. May 13, 2019 · ·
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Retiring in 1970, Forster left a substantial mark on the game in Australia and was instated in the Basketball Victoria Hall of Fame in 1990 prior to her induction in the national Hall of Fame this year.
The Home of Victorian Basketball. Six Victorians selected in the Opals Olympic Games squad
At the helm of the Canadian team is chef de mission Stephanie Dixon who was inducted into the Greater Victoria Sports Hall of Fame in 2014. Winner of 19 Paralympic medals, including seven golds and 10 silvers, over Sydney 2000, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008, Stephanie was born with one leg but also won national medals in able-bodied meets during ...