IWBF Asia Oceania

IWBF Asia Oceania, on behalf of IWBF, promotes, supervises and directs the sport of wheelchair basketball within Asia Oceania. It strictly recognises the autonomy of each NOWB within its own territory, while following the policies of IWBF as established by the World Congress and the IWBF Executive Council.

IWBF Asia Oceania Executive Council

Saad Alazmaa, Kuwait – President | Email: saad.alazmaa@iwbf.org
Osamu Kotaki, Japan – Vice-President of East Asia
Ang Kean Koo, Malaysia – Vice-President of South East Asia
Anisa Alhooti, Oman – Vice-President of West Asia
Lorraine Landon, Australia – Vice-President of Oceania
Phatt Krissna, Thailand – Treasurer
Toufic Allouche, Lebanon – Classification Officer
Matthew Wells, Australia – Technical Officer
Don Perriman, Australia – Asia Oceania Secretary General | Email: don.perriman@iwbf.org

ZONE MEMBERS

There are currently 29 NOWBs in the IWBF Asia Oceania these are:

Afghanistan
Australia
Bahrain
China
Chinese Taipei
Hong Kong
India
Iran
Iraq
Japan

Jordan
Korea
Kuwait
Laos
Lebanon
Malaysia
Myanmar
Nepal
New Zealand
North Korea

Oman
Palestine
Philippines
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
Syria
Thailand

NEWS

Women’s U25 World Championship Quarter-Final match-ups confirmed

Following three days of wheelchair basketball action in the preliminary round of the 2019 Women’s U25 World Championship the quarter-final match-ups have been confirmed. Great Britain and USA, who both went 3-0 in the first phase of the competition. finished top of...

Women’s U25 World Championship action gets underway

The 2019 Women’s U25 World Championship began with the Opening Ceremony, which took place in front of a packed house, welcoming a number of high profile dignatories including the Governor of Suphanburi Province, Mr Nimit Wanchaitanawong, and the President of...

Japanese team for the 2019 Women’s U25 World Championship

The Japanese Wheelchair Basketball Federation have named their team to compete in the 2019 Women’s U25 World Championship. Japan, who have competed in the previous two Women’s U25 World Championship, will be looking to build on their highest finish so far which was...

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