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Geethu Anna Jose

BornJune 30, 1985

Geethu Ann Jose Kottayam, Kerala, is an Indian basketball playeR ho has been the captain of the Indian women's national basketball team. As a child, Jose played volleyball, first playing basketball with the Kerala Junior Basketball Association. While playing in a championship match for Kerala, she was spotted by the Southern Railway basketball team; she joined Southern Railway in 2003. She was part of a team that beat Delhi in a 2005 tournament final, where she scored 34 points in a 95-50 point victory. Jose played in the 2006 to 2008 Australian Big V seasons for the Ringwood Hawks, being the first Indian woman basketball player to play for an Australia club as a professional. In April 2011 WNBA teams, Chicago Sky, Los Angeles Sparks, and San Antonio Silver Stars invited her for tryouts. In June 2012, Jose schored 11 points in the finals of the third Asian Beach Games at Haiyang, helping India to achieve a 17-14 victory over China.
The future of basketball in India
The future of basketball in India
The Indian men's basketball team have had success in the recent past and moved up the rankings.
Basketballer Geethu Anna Jose selected for Arjuna Award, thanks family
Basketballer Geethu Anna Jose selected for Arjuna Award, thanks family
Geethu Anna Jose (centre) New Delhi, Aug 13 (IANS): India's basketball captain Geethu Anna Jose thanked her family, especially husband Rahul, ...
Tom Joseph and four others from Kerala nominated for Arjuna Award
Tom Joseph and four others from Kerala nominated for Arjuna Award
Tom Joseph and four others from Kerala nominated for Arjuna Award
Tamil Nadu men, Chhattisgarh women win national basketball
Tamil Nadu men, Chhattisgarh women win national basketball
Chhattisgarh stun Railways, become national women's basketball champions
Chhattisgarh stun Railways, become national women's basketball champions
49th PSG All India Basketball Tournament, Coimbatore: Results – Day 3
49th PSG All India Basketball Tournament, Coimbatore: Results – Day 3
3x3 is an exciting format for Basketball - Geethu and Anitha
3x3 is an exciting format for Basketball - Geethu and Anitha
Interview: Focus on beating top Asian teams, says India’s ace women cager Geethu Anna Jose
Interview: Focus on beating top Asian teams, says India’s ace women cager Geethu Anna Jose
Indian women strike gold at Asia 3x3 basketball meet
Indian women strike gold at Asia 3x3 basketball meet
Uttarakhand and Indian Railways become 2013 National Basketball Champions in Ludhiana
Uttarakhand and Indian Railways become 2013 National Basketball Champions in Ludhiana
The stage was the Guru Nanak Stadium Basketball Court in Ludhiana, Punjab. The audience comprised of the large numbers of loud and excited hoop fans from across the state and beyond cheering for their favourite teams. The actors were the cream of crop of basketball talent from across the country. And the show was the biggest day in domestic Indian basketball. On Friday, January 4, 2013, the Finals
13 things to look forward to for 2013 in Indian basketball
13 things to look forward to for 2013 in Indian basketball
Celebrate the New Year by reading about how hoops in India can be taken to the next level by the time December 31st rolls around again! With every passing year, hoops in India is taking another step to becoming a bigger game with better results, better organisation, and more popularity amongst the common fans. So here are the top 13 things that we can look forward to for 2013
National Basketball Championships tip off with big wins for hosts Punjab
National Basketball Championships tip off with big wins for hosts Punjab
The 63rd National Basketball Championship, the biggest annual domestic basketball tournament in India, tipped off on Friday, December 28th at the Guru Nanak Stadium in Ludhiana, Punjab, with hosts Punjab Men & Women picking up impressive wins on opening night. Meanwhile, Women’s defending champions Indian Railways kicked things off with a dominating win over Delhi in which superstar Geethu Ann
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