On March 10-11, 1921, the development of Basketball began on the territory of the Republic of Belarus. 

The Women's National Team player Yuliya Vasilevich, who made a debut in the team during the games of the FIBA Women’s EuroBasket Qualifiers-2021, joined the "Step to the Future" seminar at the Grodno Olympic Reserve School.

The project "Step to the Future" takes place in Grodno from 21st to 22nd February 2021.

Today, on 18th February 2021, Anastasiya Verameyenka, the leader of the Women's National Team, bronze medalist of the FIBA Women’s EuroBasket-2007 attended the regional seminar "Step to the future" in Gomel. The seminar was attended by basketball coaches and players, who were born in 2009 and 2010, from Gomel, Svetlogorsk, Kalinkovichi, Rechitsa, Zhlobin, Dobrush, Chechersk, and Korma.

On February 18, Nicosia (Cyprus) hosted a FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 European Pre-Qualifiers "bubble". The Men's National Team of Belarus got the first defeat in the tournament, losing to Portugal - 57:75.

Today, February 18, 2021, the men's national team will play against the Portuguese as part of the final "window" of the first round of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 European Pre-Qualifiers.

The new stage of the "Step into the Future" project started on 17th February 2021. Now, the target audience is youth coaches.

8 players will take part in the training camp from 16th to 20th February 2021.

14 players will practice under the leadership of Edmunds Valeiko from 15th to 20th February 2021 in Minsk.

18 basketball players are practicing under the leadership of Eduard Kemen from 14th to 21st February 2021.

The following players have joined the camp: Andrei Azhgo, Mikhail Galubkou,  Uladzislau Pakhomau, Andrei Babkou, Dzmitry Zakharenkou, Mikita Parokhnenka, Yahor Tomasheuski (they are all from RCOP-SDUSHOR), Kiryl Shishlovski, Heorhi Fastou (they are both from SDUSHOR No. 7 BC "Prinemanie"), Maksim Khantsevich (Brest region team), Aliaksandr Baidakov ("Grodno-93-GrGU", GrGOR), Dzmitry Barisevich (DYUSSH BC "Borisfen"), Aliaksandr Hrigarenka, Anton Makhanovski, Artsiom Zhurauski (all from "Vitebskie Medvedi", VSU  named after Masherov), Ivan Litarny ("Rubon", VSU named after Masherov), Yan Kashko (DYUSSH of Dzerzhinsk district).

Head coach – Eduard Kemen and assistant coach – Siarhei Varyvodau.

The head coach of the U-16 boys National team: "This is the second training camp in this season. The task of the first camp was to scout players from different regions and now we are aimed at finding out their strengths such as individual skill, tactical thinking, and psychological stability. There have been radical changes in the list of participants comparing to the previous training camp. Ten new players have been presented in the list and 8 of them represent the team "RCOP-SDUSHOR" at the Championships, 2 more players are from Vitebsk and from Dzerzhinsk. We run all our practices in a working mood. The majority of boys want to get into the National Team for the FIBA U16 European Championship. However, as a coaching staff, we try our best to prepare them so they can show decent results there. I won’t hide that some players will have to make efforts to improve their skills, that’s why each of them will receive an individual plan to for an independent workout. In addition, it’s worth noting that in the nearest future we plan to invite players’06, who are the leaders of the team SDUSHOR BC "Tsmoki-Minsk", join the training process.

We would like to remind that the Belarusian U-16 boys National team is preparing for the FIBA U16 European Championship (Division B). The games are scheduled from 13th to 21st August 2021 in Sofia (Bulgaria).

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