Jamie Chang - Hello, My name is Jamie Chang. I am 20-years old. I decided to take part in Biggest Scale Buster as I really want to lose weight. I have been trying out to be a member of the Great Britain Deaf Basketball team. Besides basketball, I play football. I love music and enjoy so much playing “Call of Duty” on Xbox. I hope I will survive in Biggest Scale Buster!

Jamie Chang - Hello, My name is Jamie Chang. I am 20-years old. I decided to take part in Biggest Scale Buster as I really want to lose weight. I have been trying out to be a member of the Great Britain Deaf Basketball team. Besides basketball, I play football. I love music and enjoy so much playing “Call of Duty” on Xbox. I hope I will survive in Biggest Scale Buster!

Alex John Milner - My name is Alexander Milner and I am a Sports Studies student at the University of Bedfordshire. I have always been interested in Sports as it is what has been an important part of my life. Currently, I am a member and player for the Great Britain Deaf Basketball team. The reason for joining Biggest Scale Loser is to consistently improve my fitness towards my participation at the impending World Deaf Basketball championship in September.

Alex John Milner - My name is Alexander Milner and I am a Sports Studies student at the University of Bedfordshire. I have always been interested in Sports as it is what has been an important part of my life. Currently, I am a member and player for the Great Britain Deaf Basketball team. The reason for joining Biggest Scale Loser is to consistently improve my fitness towards my participation at the impending World Deaf Basketball championship in September.

Gaz Choudhry-Gaz, who was born in Karachi, Pakistan, started playing Wheelchair Basketball at the age of 13, after seeing a roadshow by the Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball Association. He has now been competing for over 13 years.    Events: Wheelchair Basketball, men's team  Home Town: Karachi, Pakistan  Lives: Ealing, London  Trains: MK Aces  Date Of Birth: 23rd June 1985

Gaz Choudhry-Gaz, who was born in Karachi, Pakistan, started playing Wheelchair Basketball at the age of 13, after seeing a roadshow by the Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball Association. He has now been competing for over 13 years. Events: Wheelchair Basketball, men's team Home Town: Karachi, Pakistan Lives: Ealing, London Trains: MK Aces Date Of Birth: 23rd June 1985

Oh my.  Just an old lady's crush, many years ago.  Robert Archibald, former "big man" for the Fighting Illini Basketball team, played in the NBA, then in Europe, then for Great Britain in the Olympics.  Now retired from Basketball.  *sigh*  It's sad when your crushes retire!

Oh my. Just an old lady's crush, many years ago. Robert Archibald, former "big man" for the Fighting Illini Basketball team, played in the NBA, then in Europe, then for Great Britain in the Olympics. Now retired from Basketball. *sigh* It's sad when your crushes retire!

Great Britain men's basketball team head to the EuroBasket in Slovenia knowing the future of their Olympic funding hangs in the balance.

GB seek EuroBasket top-six finish to secure Olympic funding

Drew Sullivan of Great Britain puts up a shot over Australia's Aron Baynes with a personal touch.

Face Team basketball acrobatics - Britain's Got Talent 2012 audition - International version, via YouTube.

Face Team basketball acrobatics – Britain’s Got Talent 2012 audition – International version

A 1992 graduate of Central Connecticut State University, DOUGLAS LEICHNER  was a four-year letterman, three-year starter and served as captain as a senior. Leichner received his Bachelor of Science degree from Central Connecticut and in 1985 earned his master’s in history from Western Connecticut. Formerly the University of Maine men’s basketball associate head coach, Leichner was named the head coach of the Great Britain Under-20 men’s national team in 2013.

UMaine’s Leichner to coach Great Britain basketball national team

A Team U.S. member passes a Team Great Britain member in a wheelchair race.

Invictus Games Athlete Continues Family Military Tradition

member passes a Team Great Britain member in a wheelchair race.

Team Great Britain poses for a photo before playing against Australia during Women's Basketball on Day 1 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Basketball Arena on July 28, 2012 in London, England.

Olympics Day 1 - Basketball

Team Great Britain poses for a photo before playing against Australia during Women's Basketball on Day 1 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Basketball Arena on July 2012 in London, England.

France's Ronny Turiaf (L) celebrates with team mates victory against Argentina after their men's preliminary round Group A basketball match at the Basketball Arena during the London 2012 Olympic Games July 31, 2012. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (BRITAIN - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT BASKETBALL) - http://www.PaulFDavis.com/success-speaker (info@PaulFDavis.com)

France's Ronny Turiaf (L) celebrates with team mates victory against Argentina after their men's preliminary round Group A basketball match at the Basketball Arena during the London 2012 Olympic Games July 31, 2012. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (BRITAIN - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT BASKETBALL) - http://www.PaulFDavis.com/success-speaker (info@PaulFDavis.com)

Members of the U.S. women's basketball team celebrate victory against Turkey after their Women's preliminary round group A basketball match at the Basketball Arena during the London 2012 Olympic Games August 1, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Segar (BRITAIN - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT BASKETBALL) - http://www.PaulFDavis.com/success-speaker (info@PaulFDavis.com)

Members of the U.S. women's basketball team celebrate victory against Turkey after their Women's preliminary round group A basketball match at the Basketball Arena during the London 2012 Olympic Games August 1, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Segar (BRITAIN - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT BASKETBALL) - http://www.PaulFDavis.com/success-speaker (info@PaulFDavis.com)

600 Basketballs.  Dan Clark of the Standard Life Great Britain Basketball team poses for a picture after meeting with Lionel Price, the only surviving member of the 1948 Great Britain Basketball team - the last Great Britain Basketball team to compete in an #Olympic Games.

600 Basketballs. Dan Clark of the Standard Life Great Britain Basketball team poses for a picture after meeting with Lionel Price, the only surviving member of the 1948 Great Britain Basketball team - the last Great Britain Basketball team to compete in an #Olympic Games.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 29:  Team Great Britain huddle on the court prior to their Men's Basketball Game against Russia on Day 2 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Basketball Arena on July 29, 2012 in London, England.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY Team Great Britain huddle on the court prior to their Men's Basketball Game against Russia on Day 2 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Basketball Arena on July 2012 in London, England.

Great Britain men's wheelchair basketball team spport 'I'm Not Laughing' capaign.    A Greater Manchester Police officer created the campaign which aims to put a stop to disability hate crime across Bolton by raising awareness of it and the impact it has upon victims. The campaign, named “I’m Not Laughing” launched in June 2011.    www.gmp.police.uk

Great Britain men's wheelchair basketball team spport 'I'm Not Laughing' capaign. A Greater Manchester Police officer created the campaign which aims to put a stop to disability hate crime across Bolton by raising awareness of it and the impact it has upon victims. The campaign, named “I’m Not Laughing” launched in June 2011. www.gmp.police.uk

Great Britain's Junior Men took part at the Fazza International Wheelchair Basketball Tournament, held at the Al Ahli Club last week, finishing in third-place. The tournament provided the GB Junior Men with an opportunity to build the team and challenge for selection for the World Championship

Great Britain's Junior Men took part at the Fazza International Wheelchair Basketball Tournament, held at the Al Ahli Club last week, finishing in third-place. The tournament provided the GB Junior Men with an opportunity to build the team and challenge for selection for the World Championship

— deaf girl told not to play sports because of her deafness  A young deaf girl wanted to play basketball. She was told to forget it because of her deafness. Years later, she is playing professional women’s basketball for a team in Great Britain. That deaf woman is Tori Faieta, who played f/t USA national deaf women’s basketball team & right now f/t Leicester Riders o/t professional Women’s British Basketball League.

— deaf girl told not to play sports because of her deafness A young deaf girl wanted to play basketball. She was told to forget it because of her deafness. Years later, she is playing professional women’s basketball for a team in Great Britain. That deaf woman is Tori Faieta, who played f/t USA national deaf women’s basketball team & right now f/t Leicester Riders o/t professional Women’s British Basketball League.

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