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Jul 19, 2016, 5:23 pm
At Basketball Wales, we use a combination of synergetic video analysis tools provided by AnalysisPro Ltd, to help further enhance our coaching and performance. Video analysis enables us to gain a greater understanding of our training and match performances, by highlighting our own strengths and weaknesses, along with those of our opposition. We recommend all teams to carry out video analysis processes and experience the benefits themselves.
Our tools are provided by the Welsh based Performance Analysis consultancy, AnalysisPro Ltd. They provide a variety of different solutions from IP Cameras, to computerised video analysis software, apps and online sharing and review platforms. Importantly, AnalysisPro have affordable and scalable solutions that can benefit teams with different budget levels. To find out more about AnalysisPro and what they can provide, you can visit their website here: http://www.analysispro.net/
To analyse our performances in depth, we use the Nacsport video analysis software. This allows us to capture video from our camera onto the computer, analyse actions as they happen and also review the statistics and recorded clips back on other devices live during the event. We can also analyse videos which have been recorded directly onto the camera if we don’t do things live.
Once the footage has been analysed using our own customised templates, we can create presentations of our key clips to add notes and drawings onto them to enhance our feedback mechanisms. We can also review our footage and statistics easily with the dashboard and matrix tools that are in the software.
Nacsport gives us a way of systematically breaking down a match or training session to highlight key patterns and results which can then be shared amongst the team.
To find out more about Nacsport, visit this page on AnalysisPro’s website: http://www.analysispro.net/product/nacsport
Jul 8, 2016, 8:57 pm
Jul 7, 2016, 12:43 pm
The Board of Basketball Wales is pleased to announce that over the past several months we have been working closely with Sport Wales to complete our Recognition Review process.
A number of Board directors have devoted numerous hours to this task, and I am pleased to report that Sport Wales, following their Board meeting in May have confirmed a Basketball Wales conditional recognition status.
Over the coming months Basketball Wales will continue to work closely with colleagues at Sport Wales to meet the conditions that have been set out. We are positive that once we have demonstrated these conditions have been satisfactorily achieved, full recognition will follow.
Basketball Wales would like to sincerely thanks both Gareth Parry and Ian Blackburn at Sport Wales, both of whom have worked closely with members of the Board of BW to help us with this process.
Sport Wales has written directly to British Basketball and FIBA to inform them of the work we have completed over the past months and to confirm our Conditional Recognition status.
Yours in Sport
Dr Steve Lloyd
Jul 6, 2016, 3:34 pm
Basketball Wales would like to congratulate the following 12 players that have been selected to represent Wales at this summers FIBA U16 Women's European Championship Division C which takes place in Andorra
Jun 27, 2016, 9:25 am
Basketball Wales is pleased to announce the date of our Annual General Meeting, which will be held on Sunday 24th July 2016, and will take place at the Welsh Institute of Sport, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff and at Plas Menai, Caernarfon starting at 2pm. There will be a live video conference link direct between the two locations.
Further information on the AGM will be announced shortly on this website and on our social media sites.
Jun 17, 2016, 3:37 pm
Basketball Wales would like to thank Vets Now who have kindly sponsored the Wales Senior women's International team who are heading to Gibraltar in 9 days time to compete in the FIBA European championships for Small Countries.
All the players, coaching staff and team management would like to extend a big thanks to Vets Now for their kind sponsorship contribution.
Vets Now is dedicated to improving the lives of pets and vets by providing emergency care when most vets' surgeries are closed. For pets, we're an out-of-hours accident and emergency service. For vets, we're trusted, expert partners providing an extension to the practice's daytime activity.
Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the stress of being on-call round the clock while trying to maintain a decent quality of life. His solution was Vets Now - a dedicated out of hours emergency and critical care service for pets.
Jun 17, 2016, 10:00 am
The quest to punch a ticket for FIBA EuroBasket 2017 will involve Great Britain Senior Men embarking on a comprehensive preparation programme ahead of their crucial qualifying campaign.
Head Coach Joe Prunty and his players will assemble for the first phase of their training camp in Coimbra, Portugal on 07 August where they will stay for a week.
This opening chapter of preparation will see GB take part in a tournament involving Portugal and Germany, with games taking place on 12 and 13 August.
The team will then fly to Ljubljana on 15 August for five days of practice, which will centre around a friendly clash against Slovenia at the Tivoli Arena on 20 August.
By the 22 August, the final stretch of preparation will see the team based at the National Basketball Performance Centre at Belle Vue in Manchester.
There will be a scrimmage against Netherlands on 26 August and a ticketed game (details to follow in due course) against the same opponents on 27 August.
The team will then make the trip to Hungary on 31 August for their vital first EuroBasket 2017 qualifying game.
GB fans are being encouraged to do everything they can to help roar the players to three successive home victories in London at the Copper Box Arena on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The opening home game will take place on Saturday 03 September against FYR of Macedonia (6.30pm tip) and will be followed by match-ups against Luxembourg on Wednesday 07 September (7pm tip) and against Hungary on Saturday 10 September (6.30pm tip).
The qualifying campaign will conclude with road trips to FYR of Macedonia on 14 September and to Luxembourg on 17 September.
All of the home qualifying games will also be part of a wider ‘Festival of Basketball’ which will take place in both Manchester and London.
More details on the remaining coaching and support staff will be made soon.
Tickets to the home qualifying games are available from www.ticketmaster.co.uk/GBbasketball
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Jun 14, 2016, 2:39 pm
Basketball Wales would like to congratulate the following 12 players that have been selected to represent Wales at this summers FIBA Senior Men's European Championship for Small Countries which takes place in Moldova
1. Gareth Priddle (Centre) Cardiff Met Archers