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Sport Basketball Association disappointed with the ban on amateur sports

16:35  29 october  2020
16:35  29 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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The Baden-Württemberg Basketball Association (BBW) has reacted with disappointment to the massive restrictions on amateur sports. BBW President Joachim Spägele said in a letter on Thursday that the leisure sector was banned for the whole of November due to the coronavirus crisis: “In the past few months, our clubs had shown that a sports business adhered to strict requirements is possible, ”he said. Strict hygiene and protection concepts have been developed.

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According to the corona decisions of politics, there will be no basketball games below the second leagues from this Monday until further notice. The BBW announced that there will be discussions in the next few days about a possible continuation of the game after the lockdown.


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