Bahamas Basketball Federation
Friday, July 26, 2013
Friday, July 26, 2013
Coaches, sponsors and personnel will be able to enjoy 3-days of coaching and vacation during the International Coaches Clinic (ICC) hosted by the Bahamas Basketball Federation, August 1-4, 2013, at the Atlantis Hotel located in the heart of the Bahamas.
The ICC has become one of the largest training camps worldwide. Coaches and personnel come from across the country to attend this annual event. The mission of the ICC is to teach, develop, and expose professional coaches, and personnel, on and off the court, to different techniques and fundamental skills that are important to team success. Emphasis is placed on fundamental development, career development, community involvement, peer networking and professional sports education.
Panel speakers will include NBA Hall of Famer and assistant coach for the Sacramento Kings-Alex English, Nike Elite Coach- Vivian Stringer, former coach of NBA All-Star, Nike High School Coach (coached Carmelo Anthony), Mike Daniel, and retired head coach from the University of South Alabama-Ronnie Arrow.
“We will be teaching a lot of defensive and offensive principals while working on individual skills,” states Alex English.
Prospective sponsors, the ICC offers unique ways to reach their target audience. Sponsors will have an opportunity to personally market their product and/or service at the event, putting them in direct contact with consumers for three (3) days.
About the Bahamas Basketball Federation
The Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) is the governing body for basketball in The Bahamas as appointed by the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sport and Culture. The BBF serves to exercise a leadership role in the promotion and development of the sport of basketball in The Bahamas. It has been leading the basketball movement as delegated by FIBA Americas and CONCENCABA, through programs and services for all levels of athletes, participants, leaders and volunteers. The BBF is also responsible for The Bahamas National Team participation in the CBC championships. The BBF joined the Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) in its founding year in 1981. The BBF was formally recognized by The International Basketball Federation (FederationInternational de Basketball) (FIBA) in 1962.