The Australian Rollers have completed a perfect AOZ Qualifiers, beating Iran in the final 80-54 to claim the gold medal after already booking their place at the 2018 IWBF World Championships.
The Australian Gliders have finished with a silver medal at the AOZ Qualifiers while the Rollers have the chance to go one better in their final game after a Semi-Final victory.
The Australian Gliders and Rollers have completed a perfect day at the AOZ Qualifiers, advancing to next year's IWBF World Championships with victories over Japan and Hong Kong respectively.
The Australian Gliders have bounced back from an opening day loss to defeat Japan 75-59 while the Rollers have won their second straight game to head into the Quarter-Finals undefeated at the 2017 IWBF AOZ Qualifiers.
The Australian Gliders will rue a slow start against China while the Rollers dealt with Iraq easily on the opening day of competition at the 2017 IWBF AOZ Qualifiers.
The Australian Rollers’ Rio redemption has continued in Tokyo at the World Challenge Cup where they have finished the tournament unbeaten as their preparation for the AOZ qualifiers continues.
A furious fourth quarter from the Australian Rollers has seen them defeat Japan by the narrowest of margins, 70-69, in the first game of their World Challenge Cup.
Basketball Australia is delighted to announce a new four year apparel partnership with global sportswear brand PEAK Sport.
In their first international tours since the Rio Paralympics and under new coach Craig Friday, the Australian Rollers completed friendly series’ in the Netherlands and Belgium at the Parantee Paralympics Championship Tournament.
Basketball Australia is excited to announce the appointment of Craig Friday as Head Coach of the Australian Rollers following an interview process conducted by Basketball Australia High Performance Managers in conjunction with the Australian Paralympic Committee.
In the lead up to the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics, few believed Australia’s men’s wheelchair basketball team would be serious contenders, not least of which the players themselves.
The Australian Rollers have finished the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games in sixth place, falling to host nation Brazil 69-70 in a nail-biting classification game.
A stunning 45-20 second half from Great Britain has ended the Rio 2016 hopes of Australia, defeated 74-51 in the Quarter-Final.
Having finished third in Group A with a 4-1 record, the Australian Rollers have set up a clash with Great Britain in the Quarter-Finals of the Rio 2016 Paralympics, a team that finished second in Group B with a 4-1 record as well.