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Rony Fahed, (born 6 November 1981 in Zouk Mikael, Lebanon) is a basketball player with Tianjin Ronggang of the CBA playing as a PG/SG.He is known as one of the best point guard in Asia, with his three points shooting skills, and money time leadership.

He is also a member of the Lebanon national basketball team that participated in the 2006 FIBA World Championship which took place in Japan in August and September 2006. Fahed also participated in at the 2007 FIBA Asia Championship,2009 FIBA Asia Championshipand many other international tournements.



  • William Jones Cup -07
  • Lebanese Championship Finals -07
  • Lebanese Cup Finals -07
  • Asian Clubs Championship -07
  • Lebanon Senior National Team -99 to present
  • WASL Club League Semi-Finalist -06
  • Asian Championships in Doha -05 (Silver): 12.75ppg (23 3-pters made in 7 games), 2.13apg, 1.75spg
  • WABA cup 2005
  • WABA Cup -04
  • Lebanese League All-Domestic Players Team -04, 05
  • Lebanese League Semifinals -04, 05, 06
  • Lebanese Cup Semifinals -04, 06
  • Asian Championships -99(6th), 01(Finalist), 03(4th), 05(Finalist), 07(Finalist)
  • All-Lebanese League 2nd Team -04
  • Asia-Basket Lebanese League All-Domestic Players Team -04
  • West Asian Cup -04
  • West Asian Championships in Tehran -04
  • FIBA World Championships -02,06
  • Mediterranean Games in Tunisia -01
  • West Asian Championship 1st place -00, 01: 17.53mpg, 83%FT, 45% 3PT, 11PPG, 2.75RPG, 1.25SPG, 3APG
  • Lebanese Championship Under18 1st place-99 (kahraba)
  • Lebanon National Team -99-01-02-03-05-06-07-08-09
  • West Asian Championship 2nd place -99
  • West Asian Champion Runner-Up -99
  • Captain, Lebanese U22 National Team -98 (team that beat China with Yao Ming)
  • Lebanese Championship Under 18 1st place-98 (kahraba)

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