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FIBA Gold & Silver Certificates of Honor - May 6, 2017


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HUGO CARVALHO
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HONG KONG - The dinner that brought to an end the Mid-Term Congress on Friday night saw FIBA award certificates of honor to a selection of its National Member Federations in recognition of their hard work in a variety of categories.

Gold Certificates of Honor were attributed to:
- Venezuela, in recognition of its outstanding progress in Men's Basketball for the period 2014-2017;
- Serbia, in recognition of its outstanding progress in Women's Basketball for the period 2014-2017;
- Bosnia and Herzegovina, in recognition of its outstanding progress in Boys Basketball for the period 2014-2017;
- Finland, in recognition of its outstanding progress in Boys Basketball for the period 2014-2017;
- Portugal, in recognition of its outstanding progress in Girls Basketball for the period 2014-2017;
- Netherlands, in recognition of its outstanding progress in 3x3 Basketball for the period 2014-2017.

Silver Certificates of Honor were attributed to:
- Cuba, in recognition of its outstanding progress in Men's Basketball for the period 2014-2017;
- Mozambique, in recognition of its outstanding progress in Women's Basketball for the period 2014-2017
- Iraq, in recognition of its outstanding progress in Boys Basketball for the period 2014-2017;
- Rwanda, in recognition of its outstanding progress in Boys Basketball for the period 2014-2017;
- Germany, in recognition of its outstanding progress in Girls Basketball for the period 2014-2017;
- Ukraine, in recognition of its outstanding progress in 3x3 Basketball for the period 2014-2017.

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