Miriam Forasté is a 1,90m athletic power forward born in 1991 and experienced in Spanish and European Youth Championships, winning the Silver Medal in 2010 and the Gold Medal in the 2011 U20 European Championship.
Miriam Forasté won the Euroleague in 2012 with Ros Casares and also the Spanish League.
Miriam started playing basketball at Lluisos de Gracia and moved to UB Barça as a U13 player.
Next year she won the Catalan Championship and finished third in the Spanish Championship both in club and regional teams.
In the 2005-06 season and as a U15 player, Miriam won the Silver Medal in the Catalan Championship and the Bronze Medal in the Spanish Club Championship.
Again, in the 2006-07 season, Miriam won the Catalan Championship (being the top scorer), finished in fifth position the Spanish team Championship and in third the Spanish regional team championship.
In the 2007-08 season, and as U17 player, Miriam Forasté signed with Sarria, winning the Silver Medal in the Catalan Championship and also the Silver Medal after a great club Spanish Campionship.
Miriam stayed in Sarrià during the 2008-09 season, winning again the Catalan Silver Medal and finishing in fifth position the team Spanish Championship.
Once her junior age was over, Miriam played the 2009-10 Copa Cataluña with Sarria, ending the regular season in first position and moving to 2nd division after an impressive playoffs in Reus.
In the 2010 summer, Miriam played with the U20 Spanish National Team, winning the Silver Medal in the U20 European Championships.
Miriam had her debut in Spanish 2nd division in the 2010-11 season, averaging 11 points 5,3 rebounds and 13,2 in efficiency in just 24 minutes per game, shining with 19 points and 5 rebounds against Uni CajaCanarias, 19 points 8 rebounds and 23 in efficiency against Stadium Casablanca or 14 points 9 rebounds and 23 in efficiency against Ibaizabal.
In the 2011 summer, Miriam was a member of the Spanish National Team that won the Gold Medal in the U20 European Championship in Serbia.
Miriam Forasté signed with Ciudad Ros Casares for the 2011-12 season having a sensational season and winning the Euroleague and the Spanish League.
Míriam Forasté is one of the most exciting catalan projects as she has proved adapting to the different levels that she has played in and shining in her first season in Spanish 2nd division.
Míriam, apart from her great basketball skills has an intriguing mix of speed, jump, wingspan, height and mobility that make her an unique player and with lots of upside.
In the 2012-13 season, Miriam Forasté signed with Universidad del País Vasco, in Spanish LF2, averaging 14.5 points 7.4 rebounds and 18 efficiency per game during the regular season, quailfying for the playoffs in which she averages 15 points 5.2 rebounds and 18 in efficiency and winning all the games to move to Spanish 1st Division.
Until 2003 Lluisos de Gracia
2003-2007 UB Barça
2007-2009 CBF Sarria Junior
2009-2010 CBF Sarria – Grupo Consultoria (Spain –1st National)
2010-2011 CBF Sarria – Grupo Consultoria (Spain – LF2): 11.0ppg 5.3rpg 1.4br 2.8fr 13.2 efficiency T2: 57,8% T3: 50% T1: 75%
2011-2012 Ciudad Ros Casares (Spain-LF1)
2012-2013 Universidad del País Vasco (Spain-LF2): 14.5ppg 7.4rpg 18eff
2005 U14 Catalan Champion
2005 Third position in Spanish Championship U14 (teams)
2005 Third position in Spanish Championship U14 (regional teams)
2006 Silver Medal in Catalan Championship U16
2006 Third Position in Spanish Championship U16 (regional teams)
2007 U16 Catalan Champion
2007 Best Scorer U16 Catalan Championship
2007 Fifth Position U16 Spanish Championship (teams)
2007 Third position U16 Spanish Championship (regional teams)
2008 U18 Catalan Championship Finalist
2008 U18 Spanish Championship Finalist
2009 U18 Catalan Champioship Finalist
2009 U18 Spanish Championship Fifth Position
2010 Silver Medal in U20 European Championship
2010 Won the Spanish 3rd division playoffs and moved to 2nd division
2011 U20 Spanish National Team
2011 Gold Medal U20 European Championship
2012 Euroleague Champion
2012 Spanish League Champion
2012 Spanish Cup Finalist