Rwanda national basketball team

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Before 2000, Team Rwanda was virtually unknown to most basketball fans worldwide. Since the mid-2000s however, the team slowly but surely has made a name for itself. Team Rwanda has emerged as a major force in East Africa and has qualified for Africa’s prime basketball event four times in a row.That’s why many people ,especially the Basketball lovers are asking a such question “How is Rwandan Basketball or Rwanda National Basketball Team currently?”

Ngo kwiga ukanakina Basketball ntako bisa ,HAMZA intervewing by Inganjiy

Hamza who is current captain of Amavubi Team

Rwanda national basketball team is a basketball team that represents Rwanda in international competitions. It is administered by the Fédération Rwandaise de Basketball AmateurFERWABA.”[1]

ferwaba3.jpg

The Logo of FERWABA

FIBA Africa Championship record

Year

Position

Tournament

Host

1978

FIBA Africa Championship 1978

Dakar, Senegal

1980

FIBA Africa Championship 1980

Rabat, Morocco

1981

FIBA Africa Championship 1981

Mogadishu, Somalia

1983

FIBA Africa Championship 1983

Alexandria, Egypt

1985

FIBA Africa Championship 1985

Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

1987

FIBA Africa Championship 1987

Tunis, Tunisia

1989

FIBA Africa Championship 1989

Luanda, Angola

1992

FIBA Africa Championship 1992

Cairo, Egypt

1993

FIBA Africa Championship 1993

Nairobi, Kenya

1995

FIBA Africa Championship 1995

Algiers, Algeria

1997

FIBA Africa Championship 1997

Dakar, Senegal

1999

FIBA Africa Championship 1999

Angola

2001

FIBA Africa Championship 2001

Morocco

2003

FIBA Africa Championship 2003

Alexandria, Egypt

2005

FIBA Africa Championship 2005

Algiers, Algeria

2007

12

FIBA Africa Championship 2007

Angola

2009

9

FIBA Africa Championship 2009

Libya

2011

12

FIBA Africa Championship 2011

Antananarivo, Madagascar

2013

10

FIBA Africa Championship 2013

Côte d’Ivoire

 

Roster

Team for the 2013 FIBA Africa Championship.

Rwanda men’s national basketball team roster

Players

Coaches

Pos.

#

Name

Age – DOB

Ht.

Club

Club nat.

4

Shyaka, Olivier

18 – 14 August 1995

Espoir BC

Rwanda

5

Twagirayezu, Patrice

19 – 5 July 1994

Espoir BC

Rwanda

F/C

6

Suku Suku, Thierry

24 – 12 July 1989

1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)

G

7

Hakizimana, Lionel

20 – 13 December 1992

1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)

Espoir BC

Rwanda

G

8

Mugabe, Aristide

25 – 11 February 1988

1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)

Espoir BC

Rwanda

G

9

Barame, Aboubakar

29 – 26 April 1984

1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)

Espoir BC

Rwanda

F

10

Ruhezamihigo, Hamza

28 – 27 March 1985

1.95 m (6 ft 5 in)

Riviere des Prairies Jaguars

Canada

F

11

Bradley, Cameroun

22 – 27 February 1991

1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)

Espoir BC

Rwanda

F

12

Gasana, Kenneth

28 – 9 November 1984

1.97 m (6 ft 6 in)

Chabab Rif Al Hoceima

Morocco

F

13

Rugamba, Daniel

26 – 16 March 1987

1.95 m (6 ft 5 in)

CSK Basket-Ball Club

Rwanda

C

14

Kabangu, Kami

29 – 2 July 1984

2.03 m (6 ft 8 in)

Espoir BC

Rwanda

Head coach


Legend

  • Club – describes last
    club before the tournament
  • Age – describes age
    on 20 August 2013

 

Head coach position

 

The Summary of Rwandan Basketball Rwanda

Ferwaba.jpg

FIBA Ranking

67 Steady

Joined FIBA

1977

FIBA Zone

FIBA Africa

National Federation

Fédération Rwandaise de Basketball Amateur

Coach

Moise Mutokambali

Summer Olympic Games

Appearances

None

Medals

None

FIBA World Cup

Appearances

None

Medals

None

FIBA Africa Championship

Appearances

4

Medals

None

 

Source:Wikipedia.com

FERWABA

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Rwanda national basketball team is a basketball team that represents Rwanda in international competitions. It is administered by the Fédération Rwandaise de Basketball AmateurFERWABA.”[1]

Before 2000, Team Rwanda was virtually unknown to most basketball fans worldwide. Since the mid-2000s however, the team slowly but surely has made a name for itself. Team Rwanda has emerged as a major force in East Africa and has qualified for Africa’s prime basketball event four times in a row.

FIBA Africa Championship record

Year

Position

Tournament

Host

1978

FIBA Africa Championship 1978

Dakar, Senegal

1980

FIBA Africa Championship 1980

Rabat, Morocco

1981

FIBA Africa Championship 1981

Mogadishu, Somalia

1983

FIBA Africa Championship 1983

Alexandria, Egypt

1985

FIBA Africa Championship 1985

Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

1987

FIBA Africa Championship 1987

Tunis, Tunisia

1989

FIBA Africa Championship 1989

Luanda, Angola

1992

FIBA Africa Championship 1992

Cairo, Egypt

1993

FIBA Africa Championship 1993

Nairobi, Kenya

1995

FIBA Africa Championship 1995

Algiers, Algeria

1997

FIBA Africa Championship 1997

Dakar, Senegal

1999

FIBA Africa Championship 1999

Angola

2001

FIBA Africa Championship 2001

Morocco

2003

FIBA Africa Championship 2003

Alexandria, Egypt

2005

FIBA Africa Championship 2005

Algiers, Algeria

2007

12

FIBA Africa Championship 2007

Angola

2009

9

FIBA Africa Championship 2009

Libya

2011

12

FIBA Africa Championship 2011

Antananarivo, Madagascar

2013

10

FIBA Africa Championship 2013

Côte d’Ivoire

 

Roster

Team for the 2013 FIBA Africa Championship.

Rwanda men’s national basketball team roster

Players

Coaches

Pos.

#

Name

Age – DOB

Ht.

Club

Club nat.

4

Shyaka, Olivier

18 – 14 August 1995

Espoir BC

Rwanda

5

Twagirayezu, Patrice

19 – 5 July 1994

Espoir BC

Rwanda

F/C

6

Suku Suku, Thierry

24 – 12 July 1989

1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)

G

7

Hakizimana, Lionel

20 – 13 December 1992

1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)

Espoir BC

Rwanda

G

8

Mugabe, Aristide

25 – 11 February 1988

1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)

Espoir BC

Rwanda

G

9

Barame, Aboubakar

29 – 26 April 1984

1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)

Espoir BC

Rwanda

F

10

Ruhezamihigo, Hamza

28 – 27 March 1985

1.95 m (6 ft 5 in)

Riviere des Prairies Jaguars

Canada

F

11

Bradley, Cameroun

22 – 27 February 1991

1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)

Espoir BC

Rwanda

F

12

Gasana, Kenneth

28 – 9 November 1984

1.97 m (6 ft 6 in)

Chabab Rif Al Hoceima

Morocco

F

13

Rugamba, Daniel

26 – 16 March 1987

1.95 m (6 ft 5 in)

CSK Basket-Ball Club

Rwanda

C

14

Kabangu, Kami

29 – 2 July 1984

2.03 m (6 ft 8 in)

Espoir BC

Rwanda

Head coach


Legend

  • Club – describes last
    club before the tournament
  • Age – describes age
    on 20 August 2013

 

Head coach position

 

Rwanda Rwanda

Ferwaba.jpg

FIBA Ranking

67 Steady

Joined FIBA

1977

FIBA Zone

FIBA Africa

National Federation

Fédération Rwandaise de Basketball Amateur

Coach

Moise Mutokambali

Summer Olympic Games

Appearances

None

Medals

None

FIBA World Cup

Appearances

None

Medals

None

FIBA Africa Championship

Appearances

4

Medals

None

 

Source:Wikipedia.com

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