Return to Basketball: Restarting Competitions The Basketball Network team, in conjunction with our technology partner, StackSports, has released a series of dedicated support articles to assist administrators using the FSP Manager platform in reducing time spent restarting and monitoring community basketball post-COVID-19.
RETURN TO BASKETBALL - 20 MAY 2020 2 Basketball Australia has developed these guidelines to assist the basketball community throughout Australia to return to structured activities. Basketball Australia has worked particularly closely with our State and Territory associations throughout these difficult times and I
On Wednesday 20 May 2020, Basketball Australia released Return to Basketball Guidelines to support state and territory member associations and the basketball community across Australia in bringing a safe return to grassroots basketball.Basketball Australia has worked closely with state and territory associations on these guidelines, which are in line with the Federal Government’s National Principles for the Resumption of Sport and the AIS Framework for Rebooting Sport in a COVID-19 ...
Return to Basketball. Posted on Wednesday, May 20th, 2020. by katelentini. Basketball Australia has today released Return to Basketball Guidelines to support state and territory member associations and the basketball community across Australia in bringing a safe return to grassroots basketball. Read more ›.
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Australian Under 19 Men’s team physiotherapist Toby Conroy put together a series of basic functional movement drills that young players can follow to ensure they can return to the court in a safe fashion once restrictions lift.
MEDIA RELEASE – WA Basketball – Return to Sport Update. Posted on May 14, 2020. Basketball WA is pleased to confirm that community basketball training can resume in a limited capacity indoors in groups no more than 20 with no contact from Monday, May 18, 2020 in Western Australia. This encouraging step towards the full return of basketball in WA has been made possible by the easing of social distancing restrictions and group gatherings, as announced on Sunday by WA Premier Mark McGowan.
Return to play A concussed player will require a medical clearance to return to training and competition. Usually a player will have recovered within 7 to 10 days but this can vary from individual to individual and requires a doctor’s oversight. A concussed player will undertake a graded return to play where the various