From the the 18th-20th October, youth basketball specialists from around Europe met in Prague, Czech Republic for the U14 Get Together and Mini-basketball convention.
Over the weekend in Prague, Czech Republic, mini basketball enthusiasts, coaches and specialists from around Europe met for the annual U14 Get Together.
The Czech capital, Prague, is getting ready to welcome the FIBA Europe 2013 U14 Get Together and Mini Basketball Convention, from 18-20 October.
There could have been no more appropriate settings for hosting this year's FIBA Europe U14 Get Together than the city of Braga, Portugal, the European Youth Capital (EYC).
The EuroLeague Women Final Eight is as far as you can go on club level as a player, coach and referee.
When it comes to the basketball battle of the sexes, it is the women who reign supreme over the men in Romania. Encouragingly for fans of the female game, it isn't just at senior level, with the Federation also encouraged and excited by last years results at youth level.
While the senior team will once again have the opportunity of staking their claim for a place at Eurobasket Women in the summer, the U20 Women also now find themselves in Division A having gained promotion last year thanks mainly to the exciting trio of Claudia Pop, Ramona Tarta and Elisabeth Pavel.
Ever wondered what happens when the forces of mainstream basketball and streetball combine? Keep your head turned in the direction of Romania and it might not be long before you find out the answer - for both could be about to truly ignite basketball in Bucharest and beyond.
In a little over two decades since the revolution of 1989, the Romanian Basketball Federation has continued working hard to build a basketball infrastructure despite having restricted resources.