Great Britain men's national wheelchair basketball team

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Great Britain
United Kingdom
National federation British Wheelchair Basketball
Paralympic Games
Appearances 13
Medals Silver medal with cup.svg Silver: 1960, 1964, 1996
Bronze medal with cup.svg Bronze: 1960, 1968, 2004, 2008
World Championships
Appearances ?
Medals Silver medal with cup.svg Silver: 1994, 2002
Bronze medal with cup.svg Bronze: 1975
Uniforms
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The Great Britain men's national wheelchair basketball team is the men's wheelchair basketball side that represents Great Britain in international competitions.

Great Britain has competed at every men's wheelchair basketball tournament at the Paralympic Games since the first tournament in 1960.

Tournament record[edit]

Performance in Paralympic Games[edit]

Past Rosters[edit]

#4 Gaz Choudhry, #5 Simon Brown, #6 Kevin Hayes, #7 Terry Bywater, #8 Simon Munn, #9 Jon Pollock, #10 Abdi Jama, #11 Matt Sealy, #12 Ian Sagar, #13 Daniel Highcock, #14 Jon Hall, #15 Ade Orogbemi, (Coach: Murray Treseder)[1]

Ade Orogbemi, Andrew Blake, Kevin Hayes, Matthew Byrne, Simon Brown, Peter Finbow, Joseph Bestwick, Jonathan Hall, Abdillah Jama, Terence Bywater, Jon Pollock, Simon Munn

Matt Byrne, Andrew Blake, Peter Finbow, Colin Price, Stuart Jellows, Ade Adepitan, Jonathan Pollock, Simon Munn, Terry Bywater, Kevin Hayes, Fred Howley, Sinclair Thomas

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • GB Men, at the Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball Association (GBWBA)