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Total investment 2014–15: $6,945,700 (high performance: $4,780,000; high performance – para: $1,075,000; participation: $716,400; other: $374,300)

ASC funding as a percentage of total income: 70%
Basketball Australia has been rated as progressing for both Olympic and Paralympic disciplines. Basketball Australia’s high performance programs are led by quality head coaches who have targeted the required changes in culture in the first two years of the Olympiad. This resulted in mixed outcomes in terms of 2014 benchmark event targets; the Opals and Rollers met their targets with bronze and gold medals respectively but the Boomers and Gliders missed their targets. Anthony Moore commenced as CEO of Basketball Australia in October 2014 and has board approval to implement an organisation-wide restructure (to be implemented in the first quarter of 2015).

Basketball Australia has finalised required constitutional changes needed to implement the mandatory sports governance principles. Basketball Australia is largely compliant with the principles, with some key areas being worked on including board performance evaluations. With new leadership Basketball Australia has an opportunity to drive further cultural and behavioural change across the sport, which will enable it to maximise the advantage of a large and vibrant participation base.

2014 benchmark event // world championships (men)

Medal target:

Non-medal target achieved: N

2014 benchmark event - // world championships (women)

Medal target:1

Actual: gold0 silver 0 bronze 1 total 1

2014 Paralympic benchmark event - // world championships

Medal target:2

Actual: gold1 silver 0 bronze 0 total 1

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