Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Grant Mizens 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games

Australian wheelchair basketballer Grant Mizens with the ball during a game against Great Britain at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Gliders line up pre-game for the national anthems

The Australian Women’s wheelchair basketball team – the Gliders – line up for anthems pre-game vs Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Beijing is introduced to Australia’s Clare Burzynski

This is a photograph of Paralympic debutant Clare Nott (n√©e Burzynski) just moments before the Australian women’s wheelchair basketball team played Brazil in their fourth preliminary game of the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, China. Australia defeated Brazil 66-30 and went on to win the bronze medal against Japan 53-47. Clare also represented Australia at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, England, where she won a silver medal with the Australian Gliders.

Brad Ness Shoots Free Throw

Australian wheelchair basketballer Brad Ness shoots a free throw during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tristan Knowles Prepares to Pass

Australian wheelchair basketballer Tristan Knowles is ready to pass the ball during the game against Japan at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2014

Men’s Championships – Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players – Joshua Allison,¬†Jannik Blair,¬†Adam Deans,¬†Justin Eveson,¬†Michael Hartnett,¬†Tristan Knowles,¬†Bill Latham,¬†Brad Ness,¬†Shaun Norris,¬†Tom O’Neill-Thorne,¬†Luke Pople,¬†Nick Taylo

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge (Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach), Luke Brennan (Assistant Coacch)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Team Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Recover Specialist)

Australian Results

Prelimary Round

  • Australia 71 – Sweden 62
  • Australia 62 – Germany 38
  • Australia 65 – Italy 45

Second Round

  • Australia 62 – Columbia 46
  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58
  • Australia 57 – United States 67

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 61 – South Korea 50

Semi-finals

  • Australia 63 – Turkey 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 63 – United States 57

Click here for detailed Australian results.

 

Women’s Championships – Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players – Shelley Chaplin¬†(3.5),¬†Cobi Crispin¬†(4.0),¬†Shelley Cronau¬†(3.0),¬†Leanne Del Toso¬†(3.5),¬†Kylie Gauci¬†(2.0),¬†Bridie Kean¬†(4.0),¬†Amber Merritt(4.5),¬†Clare Nott¬†(1.0),¬†Kathleen O’Kelly-Kennedy¬†(4.0),¬†Sarah Stewart¬†(3.0),¬†Stephanie van Leeuwen¬†(1.0),¬†Sarah Vinci¬†(1.0)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstTom Kyle¬†(Head Coach),¬†David Gould¬†(Assistant Coach),¬†Troy Sachs¬†(Assistant Coach)

Australian Results

Pool Matches

  • Australia 52 – United States 68
  • Australia 90 – Peru 10
  • Australia 59 – France 47
  • Australia 60 – Mexico 30
  • Australia 38 – Netherlands 47

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 47 – Canada 63

2nd Consolation Match

  • Australia 62 – China 57

5th – 6th Match

  • Australia 70 – Great Britain 77 (OT)

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at Men’s Championships, Incheon, South Korea, 5-14 July 2014 and Women’s Championships, Toronto, Canada, 20-28 June 2014.

Wheelchair Basketball World Championships 2010

Men’s Championships¬†
Australian Team (Rollers)

Players –¬†Justin Eveson¬†(4.5),¬†Bill Latham¬†(4.0),¬†Brett Stibners¬†(4.0),¬†Shaun Norris¬†(3.0),¬†Michael Hartnett¬†(1.0),¬†Tristan Knowles¬†(4.0),¬†John McPhall¬†(3.0),¬†Tige Simmons¬†(1.0),¬†Grant Mizens¬†(2.0),¬†Dylan Alcott¬†(1.0),¬†Jeremy Doyle¬†(1.0),¬†Brad Ness¬†(4.5)

Coaches¬†–¬†Ben Ettridge¬†(Head Coach), Craig Friday (Assistant Coach),¬†Tom Kyle (Assistant Coach)

Officials РLeigh Gooding (Manager), Jesse Adams (Physiotherapist), Jo Vaile (Physiologist)

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 75 – France 63
  • Australia 66 – Turkey 54
  • Australia 92 – Algeria 44
  • Australia 81 – Mexico 43
  • Australia 67 – Canada 49

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 68 – Poland 34

Semi-finals

  • Australia 68 – United States 58

Gold Medal Match

  • Australia 79 – France 69

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Women’s Championships
Australian Team (Gliders)

Players РMelanie Domaschenz (1.0), Cobi Crispin (4.0), Bridie Kean (4.0), Amber Merritt (4.5), Tina McKenzie (c) (3.0), Leisl Tesch (4.0), Clare Burzynski (1.0), Kylie Gauci(2.0), Sarah Stewart (3.0), Katie Hill (3.0), Leanne Del Toso (4.0), Shelley Chaplin (3.5)

Coaches¬†‚ÄstJohn Triscari¬†(Head Coach), Ben Osborne (Assistant Coach), Matt Dunstan (Assistant Coach)

Officials¬†‚Äď Marian Stewart (Manager), Miranda Wallis (Physiotherapist)[

Australian Results

Preliminary round

  • Australia 82 – Mexico 38
  • Australia 48 – Great Britain 40
  • Australia 44 – Netherlands 57
  • Australia 59 – Canada 52

Quarter-finals

  • Australia 77 – China 38

Semi-finals

  • Australia 47 – Germany 66

Bronze Medal Match

  • Australia 49 – Canada 59

Click here for detailed Australian results.

Australian teams and results at the Men’s and Women’s Championships, Birmingham, England, 7-17 July 2010.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.