FIBA Europe has announced that it has commissioned a new range of software, as part of the push to support the growth of the game of basketball through the use of technology.
During the first weekend of April, the second wheelchair basketball referee refresher clinic for the 2010-2014 cycle, took place in Vodice, Croatia.
The recent EuroLeague Women Final Eight in Ekaterinburg proved the perfect opportunity for referees to improve and refresh their officiating.
FIBA Europe's Referee Department stepped outside of Europe earlier this year when Richard Stokes was invited by the Japanese Federation to conduct a series of lectures based around their Cup Finals.
FIBA Europe continues to support all of its member federations in developing many different aspects of the game of basketball.
The first group of Instructors and Potential Referees have just headed home after an intensive three days in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria.
Under the watchful eye of FIBA Europe Referee Co-ordinator Miguel Betancor and his team, which this year includes NBA Referee Operations Director of Development Ronnie Nunn and former NBA referee Tommy Nunez, all the participants of the Clinic For National Instructors and Potential Referees have attended lectures and meetings designed to raise the level of officiating and teaching in Europe.