Razzmatazz comes with mini basketball training that will attack Bamako when the FIBA Africa mini basketball tournament 2019 is held from September 26-29.
The continental event will bring together about 400 children between the ages of 5-12, 32 coaches – including 20 locals – who are aiming to introduce and get members to take part in the discipline.
The forum, organized in collaboration with the International Basketball Organization (IBF), will be defined by creative roundtables, creative workshops and interesting games.
The four-day meeting will be held in sessions for young participants, where they will be able to play discipline with smaller balls while the height of tables and baskets is lowered.
The Bamako event will also culminate with a mini basketball tournament for children.
This forum is an important part of the FIBA Africa development program and the strategic direction of the FIBA for the 2019-2023 term.
It follows the actions led by IBF for the revival of Mini basketball on the continent through the Mini Basketball Forum held in Ifrane, Morocco in 2018 and Windhoek (Namibia) in 2019.
Federation representatives, coaches and coordinators will learn about specific training methods that arouse children’s interest but also inculcate key educational values for course lovers. this sport.
The coaching clinics have been lined up for 30 coaches while the Mali Basketball Federation will send 20 local coordinators.
In these theoretical and practical conversations, delegates will be enlightened by experts on how to develop Mini basketball across the continent.
The Bamako event complies with FIBA policy to ensure that discipline is enforced globally with countries applying the same rules.
The 2019 FIBA African mini basketball conference is taking place in Mali where the effective base projects have been organized with the 18-year-old boys winning the 2018 FIBA U18 Africa championship and will Impressed at the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2019 They were sensational, losing in the final against the United States.