International Committee for Mini-Basketball
Comité international de mini-basketball (CIM)
1968, Spain. By-laws most recently amended 1994. An international committee of B-XB1154 - Fédération internationale de basketball (FIBA). Ceased to exist, 1 Jun 2002, when mini-basketball integrated into the activities of FIBA.
Provide young people under 13 with educational and competitive experiences of mini-basketball, enabling them to develop abilities for basketball itself; increase mini-basketball activities, including the promotion of national and international festivals and jamborees.
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General Assembly (every 4 years). Executive Committee, consisting of President, Secretary General/Treasurer, 2 Vice Presidents and 2 Members. Zone Commissions (5): U-XE2192 - African Mini-Basketball Commission; U-XE2191 - Asian Mini-Basketball Commission; U-XE0891 - FIBA Mini-Basketball European Committee; U-XE2326 - Americas - Mini COPABA; U-XE2189 - Oceania Mini-Basketball Commission.
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