Moganedi is a student-athlete on the University of Johannesburg, she made her worldwide debut for South Africa final yr. A relative newcomer to the worldwide stage, she hopes so as to add a contemporary perspective, saying:
“To be part of the first-ever IWBF Players’ Commission feels exciting as much as it is refreshing. With this position, I am given I hope to bring new ideas and a lot of growth.”
The 20-year-old who’s learning for a Batchelor of Engineering Technology in Extraction Metallurgy led the group South Africa 3×3 girls’s group to gold on the IWBF Africa 3×3 Commonwealth Games Qualifier late final yr. She added:
“I believe the Players’ Commission is going to assist IWBF and wheelchair basketball in a massive way, it will fill up a gap that has been begging to be filled for a very long time.”
“My hopes for wheelchair basketball in the future is growth and nothing more but success.”
Eight gamers will make up the new IWBF Players’ Commission, established to provide worldwide wheelchair basketball gamers a platform and a standard voice within the governance of world wheelchair basketball. Paralympians Annegrit Brießmann (Germany), Hiroaki Kozai (Japan), and John Boie (USA), and 3X3 International Michelle Moganedi (South Africa) will be part of the unique 4 gamers who have been a part of the IWBF Athlete Steering Committee – Ella Sabljak (Australia), Terry Bywater (Great Britain), Alhassan Sedky (Egypt), and Erica Gavel (Canada).