The International and African Wheelchair Basketball Federations (IWBF) have awarded Libya the right to host the North African qualifying tournament for under-23 wheelchair basketball.

The tournament, set to kick off in 2024, qualifies for the 2025 World Cup and marks the first of its kind in the region for the under-23 category.

Six African countries are participating in the tournament alongside Libya, including Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania, Tunisia, Egypt, and Sudan.

The African continent is divided into five zones, with the International and African Federations overseeing all tournaments conducted on the continent and providing technical support for the components of wheelchair basketball.


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