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

Shafi Alhajeri,  Kuwait – President – shafi.alhajeri@iwbf.org
Xue Liang, China- Vice-President of East Asia
Ang Kean Koo, Malaysia – Vice-President of South East Asia
Mohammad Alkhazaleh, Jordan – Vice-President of West Asia
Alison Mosely, Australia – Vice-President of Oceania
Hourieh Baradaran, Iran – Vice-President of Central & South Asia
Phatt Krissana, Thailand – Treasurer
Toufic Allouche, Lebanon – Classification Officer
Matthew Wells, Australia – Technical Officer
Don Perriman, Australia – Asia Oceania Secretary General | Email: don.perriman@iwbf.org
Hiroaki Kozai, Japan – IWBF Player  Commission Representative
Ella Sabljak,  Australia – IWBF Player Commission Representative

ZONE MEMBERS

There are currently 28 NOWBs in the IWBF Asia Oceania these are:

Afghanistan
Australia
Bahrain
Cambodia
China
Chinese Taipei
Hong Kong
Indonesia
India

Iran
Iraq
Japan
Jordan
Korea
Kuwait
Lebanon
Laos
Malaysia
Nepal

New Zealand
Oman
Palestine
Philippines
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
Syria
Thailand
United Arab Emirates

NEWS

Women’s Field Set for Paris 2024 Paralympic Games

Women’s Field Set for Paris 2024 Paralympic Games

As the excitement continues to mount for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games, the women's wheelchair basketball field is now complete following the conclusion of the 2024 IWBF Women's Repechage at the Asue Arena in Osaka, Japan. The tournament, held from 17 April to 20...

Matchups Confirmed for Paris 2024 Qualification Finals

Matchups Confirmed for Paris 2024 Qualification Finals

The 2024 IWBF Women's Repechage in Osaka, Japan, culminated in a day of thrilling competition as the final round of group games unfolded. The day began with a tense battle between Thailand and Algeria, both aiming to avoid the bottom spot in Group A. In a closely...

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