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Providing a positive basketball experience. Basketball Australia and the state and territory associations are committed to the health, safety and well-being of all its members and participants and are dedicated to providing a safe environment to participate in basketball throughout Australia.
included in the revised Basketball Australia Participation Plan We believe that our objectives in this cornerstone serve to position basketball as one of the best run sports in Australia. We seek this position to ensure that basketball supports our participants on their journey from the local courts to the biggest arenas in the world
Result. Achieved. Supporting statement. AusPlay data for 2017 shows an increase in sport participation with 11.7 million people participating once a year (57.9 per cent) and 4.3 million three times per week (21.5 per cent) compared with 11.3 million (57.0 per cent) and 3.9 million (19.9 per cent) in 2016.
Overall, participation in organised sport was higher among boys (67%) than girls (54%); Participation rate varied among the states and territories, with the Australian Capital Territory the highest (73%) and the Northern Territory the lowest (54%); Children’s participation was higher when both parents were born in Australia, compared to both parents born in other countries; Children born in Australia had a participation rate of 65%, compared to 40% for children born in a non-English ...
Basketball Australia (BA) is the governing body for the sport of basketball in Australia and is responsible for Australian national teams, the Centre of Excellence, the WNBL, NWBL, Australian Junior Championships and Aussie Hoops –
Participation and settings across 12 major sports were investigated for children and adults. For children, the most popular sport was swimming with a weighted estimate of 323,565 (30.3%) instances of participation in the Victorian population, followed by Australian football (n = 180,459; 16.9%), and basketball (n = 137,169; 12.9%).