2022 IWBF World Championships Schedule Launched – IWBF


The complete competitors schedule for the 2022 IWBF Wheelchair Basketball World Championships has been launched.

The IWBF World Championships is the showcase occasion for wheelchair basketball and is the biggest worldwide wheelchair basketball competitors with 28 of one of the best males’s and girls’s nationwide groups from throughout the globe set to compete in Dubai, UAE between the 9 June – 20 June 2023.

The opening day (Friday 9 June) will see the boys’s competitors get underway with hosts the United Arab Emirates taking over Italy within the first recreation following the Opening Ceremony.

The lads’s group video games will happen over the following 5 days to find out the standings within the 4 teams and the match-ups for the final 16, with the winners of these video games advancing to the quarter-finals on Friday 16 June.

The ladies’s competitors begins on the second day of the Championships (Saturday 10 June). The 12 groups, drawn into two teams, will play group video games till Friday 16 June to find out the eight (prime 4 in every pool) progressing to the quarter-finals, which can happen on Saturday 17 June.

The semi-finals of each competitions will probably be performed back-to-back on Tremendous Sunday (Sunday 18 June), with the medal video games for each the boys’s and girls’s competitions bringing the Championships to its conclusion on Tuesday 20 June.

IWBF Chair of the Competitors Fee, Charlie Bethel, mentioned:

“The schedule announcement is an thrilling level for the gamers, groups and followers all around the globe on the highway to the World Championships as they put together for his or her pathway by means of the competitors. We’re wanting ahead to an thrilling twelve days of competitors that can showcase the game to its fullest.”

The Championships will happen within the North Corridor of the Dubai Exhibition Centre. Click on right here to obtain the full schedule pdf model. (NB. All instances are in Native Time)

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