FIBA Hall of Fame
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Membres du Hall of Fame
Noah KLIEGER (Israël)
Né(e) en juillet samedi, 1926, dans Strasbourg, FRANCE.
Consacré en tant que personnalité marquante intronisé(e) au FIBA Hall of Fame en septembre samedi, 2015.
- Has attended 30 European Championship events (out of 33), 11 World Championship and eight Olympic tournaments, covering 30 European, 10 World and five Olympic Games as a journalist.
- Chairman of Maccabi Tel-Aviv Basketball Club from 1951 to 1969
- Headed the Maccabi Ramat-Gan Omni-Sport cCub from 1970 to 1998
- Chairman of FIBA’s media council for over 25 years
- Regular attendance at the FIBA World Congress
- Press-advisor to FIBA’s Secretary-General, IOC members and FIBA Europe Secretary-General
- President of the Basketball Commission of AIPS for over 25 years
- Outstanding activist of the AIPS
- Member of the Maccabi World Union Executive for 14 years
- Served in different capacities for 30 years in the Israeli Basketball Association including roles as a Board Member, Member of the Executive and of the Technical Commission.
- Involved in FIBA’s activities since 1951
- First Israeli to attend a European Championship in Paris
Distinctions & Récompenses
- Handed the Award for Outstanding and Long-time Sport Activities in Israel (2008)
- Inducted into the Jewish Hall Of Fame (1990)
- Awarded the FIBA Order Of Merit (2010)
- Honorary Medal from Strasbourg, France
- ‘Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur’ of France (2013) awarded by President Sarkozy.
- Awarded honorary Doctor of Philosophy degree by the University of Haifa (2015)
- Honorary Member of FIBA Europe
- Correspondent in Israel for the newspapers ‘L’ Equipe’ and ‘France Football’ since 1953
- Participated in voting for the Golden Ball. (Football)
- Received the Trophy ‘L'oeuvre d'une Vie’ from the Journalist’s Union