FIBA Order of Merit

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FIBA Order of Merit is an international basketball award that is awarded by FIBA, the international basketball federation. The award is given to individuals that have made very significant individual contributions to furthering the sport of basketball. The award was first established in July 1994.

Recipients[edit]

Order Name Country Date Location FIBA Zone
1.
R. William Jones  United Kingdom
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA World
2.
Krešimir Ćosić  Croatia
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Europe
3.
Cliff Fagan  United States
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Americas
4.
Ursula Frank  Germany
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Europe
5.
Norman Gloag  Canada
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Americas
6.
Moctar Guene  Senegal
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Africa
7.
Ervin Kassai  Hungary
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Europe
8.
Anselmo López  Spain
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Europe
8.
Luis A. Martin  Argentina
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Americas
10.
Hans-Joachim Otto  Germany
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Europe
11.
Gonzalo Puyat II  Philippines
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Asia
12.
Bozhidar Takev  Bulgaria
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Europe
13.
Maciel Ubiratan  Brazil
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Americas
14.
Yoshimi Ueda  Japan
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Asia
15.
Enrico Vinci  Italy
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Europe
16.
William Wall  United States
July 1994
Toronto
FIBA Americas
17.
Sergei Belov  Russia
April 1995
Lausanne
FIBA Europe
18.
Robert Blanchard  France
April 1995
Lausanne
FIBA Europe
19.
Aca Nikolić  Yugoslavia
April 1995
Lausanne
FIBA Europe
20.
Alberto Rosello  Uruguay
April 1995
Lausanne
FIBA Americas
21.
Yoon Duk-joo  South Korea
April 1995
Lausanne
FIBA Asia
22.
Marian Kozlowski  Poland
April 1996
Munich
FIBA Europe
23.
Abdel Azim Ashry  Egypt
March 1997
Rio de Janeiro
FIBA Africa
24.
Antonio Lisanti  Uruguay
March 1997
Rio de Janeiro
FIBA Americas
25.
Marcel Pfeuti   Switzerland
March 1997
Rio de Janeiro
FIBA Europe
26.
August Pitzl  Austria
March 1997
Rio de Janeiro
FIBA Europe
27.
Nebojša Popović  Yugoslavia
March 1997
Rio de Janeiro
FIBA Europe
28.
Allen Rae  Canada
March 1997
Rio de Janeiro
FIBA Americas
29.
Emiliano Rodríguez  Spain
March 1997
Rio de Janeiro
FIBA Europe
30.
Raimundo Saporta  Spain
March 1997
Rio de Janeiro
FIBA Europe
31.
Federico Slinger  Uruguay
March 1997
Rio de Janeiro
FIBA Americas
32.
Zacharias Alexandrou  Greece
April 1998
Munich
FIBA Europe
33.
Walther Tröger  Germany
April 1998
Munich
FIBA Europe
34.
Aldo Vitale  Italy
April 1998
Munich
FIBA Europe
35.
Abdou Diouf  Senegal
May 1999
Barcelona
FIBA Africa
36.
Ruperto Herrera Tabio  Cuba
May 1999
Barcelona
FIBA Americas
37.
Vladimir Kondrashin  Russia
May 1999
Barcelona
FIBA Europe
38.
Mauricio Martelino  Philippines
May 1999
Barcelona
FIBA Asia
39.
Radomir Šaper  Yugoslavia
May 1999
Barcelona
FIBA Europe
40.
Chang-Lu Zhang  China
May 2000
Munich
FIBA Asia
41.
Lorraine Landon  Australia
November 2000
Munich
FIBA Oceania
42.
Pedro Ferrándiz  Spain
November 2000
Munich
FIBA Europe
43.
George E. Killian  United States
November 2000
Munich
FIBA Americas
44.
Fumiya Tamiaki  Japan
November 2000
Munich
FIBA Asia
45.
Jean-Marie Weber   Switzerland
November 2000
Munich
FIBA Europe
46.
Giancarlo Primo  Italy
April 2001
Munich
FIBA Europe
47.
Eugenio Korwin  Italy
June 2002
Geneva
FIBA Europe
48.
Miloslav Kříž  Czech Republic
June 2002
Geneva
FIBA Europe
49.
Kenneth Charles  United Kingdom
November 2002
Geneva
FIBA Europe
50.
Keith Mitchell  United Kingdom
November 2002
Geneva
FIBA Europe
51.
Alistair Ramsay  Australia
November 2002
Geneva
FIBA Oceania
52.
Cesare Rubini  Italy
November 2002
Geneva
FIBA Europe
53.
Ernesto Segura de Luna  Spain
November 2002
Geneva
FIBA Europe
54.
Abdoulaye Sèye Moreau  Senegal
November 2002
Geneva
FIBA Africa
55.
Geneviève Hartmann  France
November 2003
Geneva
FIBA Europe
56.
Zine El Abidine Ben Ali  Tunisia
May 2005
Nyon
FIBA Africa
57.
Alexander Boshkov  Bulgaria
May 2005
Nyon
FIBA Europe
58.
Mario Hopenhaym  Uruguay
August 2006
Tokyo
FIBA Americas
59.
Jacques Huguet  France
August 2006
Tokyo
FIBA Europe
60.
George Vassilakopoulos  Greece
September 2010
Istanbul
FIBA Europe
61.
Mario Arceri  Italy
September 2010
Istanbul
FIBA Europe

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