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  Isshiki ready to reveal his next flock of hayabusas fledglings  
     
09/11/2013
JPN - Isshiki ready to reveal his next flock of hayabusas fledglings

Tatsushi Isshiki is the biggest unspoken hero in Japanese women’s basketball right now. The 52-year-old is busy preparing the team for the 3rd FIBA Asia U16 Championship for Women to be played in Colombo (Sri Lanka) from Nov 23-30, where Japan will defend their gold medal, but there’s a lot more the former Physical Education teacher at St Catalina Girls High School in Matsuyama can be proud of.

 
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  Playing for the Korean team will always drive Beon harder  
     
07/11/2013
KOR - Playing for the Korean team will always drive Beon harder

In a tournament that was dominated – on court performance as well as off court discussions – by young rosters, Beon Yeonha made a strong charge for experience with the most decisive individual performance of the 25th FIBA Asia Championship for Women which concluded at Bangkok the past weekend.

 
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  EXCLUSIVE: Japan coach Utsumi speaks after historic gold  
     
06/11/2013
JPN - EXCLUSIVE: Japan coach Utsumi speaks after historic gold

Japan are the toast of FIBA Asia women’s basketball right now. The manner in which the Hayabusa demolished all opposition – winning seven games in a row – en route to their first FIBA Asia Championship for Women gold medal after 43 years gives the team an invincible aura.

 
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  Li Meng happy for her breakthrough to senior ranks  
     
03/11/2013
CHN - Li Meng happy for her breakthrough to senior ranks

In a team that has more half the roster less than 25 years of age, it’s quite normal that one would have missed the most resourceful teenager to come out of China in recent times – Li Meng.

 
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  MAMA MIA! Four years on, Mamiya continues to charm Bangkok  
     
01/11/2013
JPN - MAMA MIA! Four years on, Mamiya continues to charm Bangkok

When Yuka Mamiya walked into the Bangkok Youth Center, she was already a star. For this was the very venue that announced her prowess to the world when she returned a 13.4 points and 8.9 rebounds per game average while leading the Japanese team at the 2009 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women.

 
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