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    Czech Republic prelim roster of 17:

    Beáta Adamcová SF 1.85 1993
    Lenka Bartáková PG 1.75 1991
    Kateřina Bartoňová PG 1.73 1989
    Ilona Burgrová C 1.96 1984
    Kateřina Elhotová G 1.81 1989
    Alena Hanušová PF 1.90 1991
    Romana Hejdová GF 1.84 1988
    Kateřina Hindráková G 1.78 1988
    Petra Kulichová C 1.98 1984
    Tereza Pecková F 1.89 1987
    Klára Pochobradská PF 1.86 1989
    Monika Satoranská G 1.88 1993
    Kateřina Sedláková PG 1.76 1990
    Michaela Stejskalová G 1.86 1987
    Jana Veselá F 1.94 1983
    Eva Vítečková GF 1.90 1982
    Tereza Vyoralová G 1.78 1994

    Newcomers are Adamcova, Pochobradska, Satoranska and Sedlakova.
    Back from long absence Viteckova, from injuries Vesela and Burgrova.
    Training camp will start June 9, by the end of the month the team will travel to Japan to play a 5-game series with the local NT.

    http://lovewomensbasketball.com/2014...minary-roster/

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    Few historical notes.

    Twenty years ago, on June 12, 1994, Brazil was crowned world champion in Australia.

    Led by tournament top scorer Hortęncia and by Janeth Arcain, Brazil beat the Chinese NT led by 2.04 m (6-8) Haixia Zheng for the title game. Third finished USA (over Australia) with the help of Teresa Edwards, Dawn Staley and a young Lisa Leslie.

    For 1994 tournament details: http://archive.fiba.com/pages/eng/fa...men/index.html

    Coverage of Brazilian NT and of each single players: http://www.cbb.com.br/PortalCBB/Noticias/Show/12655 & http://www.cbb.com.br/PortalCBB/Noticias/List

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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    Korea will have two women's squads this year. Team A will train for the Asian Games and Team B will participate in the World Cup.

    Both squads will scrimmage one another besides friendlies through the preparation schedule.

    May - June = Training camp / local scrimmages
    July - August = Trips abroad / friendlies / start of competitions.

    Kim Young-Joo (KDB Life Winnus Guri) will coach the South Korean team that will play in Turkey. While Wee Sung-Woo (Woori Hansae) will coach the team for the Asian Games. South Korea has two women's national teams this year.
    How do you tryout

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitaharris View Post
    How do you tryout
    Hi Nita, first you should contact the federation and be prepared with necessary papers. I'm afraid that it is too late to join the world cup and Asian games player pool.

    http://www.koreabasketball.or.kr/
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    Mozambique swept a three-game series from an Angola B team in Maputo. Originally it was supposed to be a four-team tournament with Cuba and another selection of Mozambican players.
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    Serbia prelim roster of 19:

    Tamara RADOČAJ - 1987 - PG - 170 cm
    Sanja MANDIĆ - 1995 - PG - 180
    Milica DABOVIĆ - 1982 - G -175
    Ana DABOVIĆ - 1989 - G - 183
    Dajana BUTULIJA - 1986 - G - 175
    Saša ČAĐO - 1989 - G - 178
    Nevena JOVANOVIĆ - 1990 - G - 179
    Sanja OROZOVIĆ - 1990 - Fw - 183
    Maja ŠKORIĆ - 1989 - Fw - 184
    Kristina TOPUZOVIĆ - 1994 - Fw - 179
    Marina MARKOVIĆ - 1991 - F/C - 181
    Jovana RAD - 1987 - F/C - 187
    Jelena MILOVANOVIĆ - 1989 - F/C - 190
    Kristina BALTIĆ - 1990 - F/C - 190
    Bojana VULIĆ - 1984 - F/C - 191
    Sara KRNJIĆ - 1991 - F/C - 193
    Tijana AJDUKOVIĆ - 1991 - C - 197
    Milena MARJANOVIĆ - 1991 - C - 194
    Ivana BRAJKOVIĆ - 1993 - C - 191

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    Czech Republic NT was in Japan playing host team on a 5-game series July 1-6.

    Japan won 4 of 5 games, box scores only available for CZE.

    http://www.cbf.cz/reprezentace/pripr...ny-a-2014.html

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    South Korea final roster:

    Kyung Eun Lee G 1.73 1987
    Seungah Lee G 1.75 1992
    Gyu-Hee Kim G 1.70 1992
    Aran Hong G 1.74 1992
    Jihyun Shin G 1.73 1995
    Youn-Joo Kim F 1.78 1986
    Ajung Kang G 1.80 1994
    Yi-Seul Kang F 1.80 1989
    Bae-Hye Yoon F 1.82 1989
    Soo-Yeon Kim C 1.83 1986
    Sodam Kim C 1.85 1993
    Ji Su Park C 1.92 1998

    Tallest and youngest is U19 & U17 "veteran" Ji Su Park.

    http://lovewomensbasketball.com/2014...-young-roster/

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    Turkey started its training camp and will play three tournaments in preparation of the World Championship.

    Prelim roster:

    Begüm Dalgalar (Beşiktaş JK);
    Esmeral Tunçluer, Birsel Vardarlı, Quanitra Hollingsworth, Tuğçe Canıtez, Olcay Çakır, Cansu Köksal (Fenerbahçe);
    Nevriye Yılmaz, Bahar Çağlar, Işıl Alben (Galatasaray Odeabank);
    Tuğba Palazoğlu, Şaziye İvegin Üner (İstanbul Üniversitesi BGD);
    Lara Sanders, Esra Ural, Ayşegül Günay (Kayseri Kaski);
    Deniz Çolakoğlu (Konak Belediyesi);
    Simay Karaman (Orduspor);
    Burcu Çiğil (Tarsus Belediyesi);
    Tilbe Şenyürek (Botaşspor)

    http://www.tbf.org.tr/en/detail/2014...ns-medal-quest

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    Preparation games schedule is available on this site:

    http://lovewomensbasketball.com/2014...aration-games/

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    Spain prelim roster of 17 for training camp:

    Guards: Laia Palau, Silvia Domínguez, Cristina Ouvińa, Arantxa Novo, Leticia Romero
    Forwards/Wings: Alba Torrens, Marta Xargay, Queralt Casas, Leonor Rodríguez, Nuria Martínez, Belén Arrojo
    Centers: Laura Nicholls, Cindy Lima, Luci Pascua, Laura Gil, Laura Herrera, Miriam Forasté

    Newcomers in the Sr roster are Leticia Romero and Belén Arrojo, fresh silver medalists at the U20 Euro Championship.

    Sancho Lyttle and Anna Cruz are currently engaged in WNBA and will likely join the team later.

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    13 players left for the Japanese women's national team as they gear up for the JX-Eneos event that will feature Australia, Mozambique and the Asian Games bound Japanese women's team.

    Kumiko Oba
    Maki Takada
    Yuka Mamiya
    Chinatsu Yamamoto
    Michiko Miyamoto
    Emi Kudeken
    Ramu Tokashiki
    Mika Kurihara
    Iju Minami
    Yuko Oga
    Yuki Miyazawa
    Asako O
    Moeko Nagaoka
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    Cuban NT is currently participating in the Centrobasket tournament, played in Monterrey (MEX) July 22-26.

    Cuban roster here.

    Cuba is obviously a favorite and is now 2-0, but recorded its 2nd win over ISV in a game closer than expected.

    http://fibaamericas.com/en/torneos1....AHHFCAO&xtab=1

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    Australia women's natl team narrowly beats Japan's world cup bound team 80-79 as Yuka Mamiya fouled Rebecca Allen and she hits the crucial free-throw as time expired. Good game!

    I enjoyed the matchup of Cambage vs. Tokashiki. Ironic that Mamiya was carrying Japan in the 2nd quarter but her foul cost them the game. Mika Kurihara was good in the 1st half.
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    Australia crushes Japan's Asian Games national team 91-52.
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    Preparing for the WC, Cuba won the gold at Centrobasket, defeating Puerto Rico 58-47 in the final.

    Yamara Amargo led the winners with 19 pts, while Clenia Noblet had 12 pts and 23 reb.

    http://www.fibaamericas.com/en/box.a...7&t=LTQAHHFCAO


    Update: Yamara Amargo named MVP.
    Last edited by carlo; 07-27-2014 at 02:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlo View Post
    South Korea final roster:

    Kyung Eun Lee G 1.73 1987
    Seungah Lee G 1.75 1992
    Gyu-Hee Kim G 1.70 1992
    Aran Hong G 1.74 1992
    Jihyun Shin G 1.73 1995
    Youn-Joo Kim F 1.78 1986
    Ajung Kang G 1.80 1994
    Yi-Seul Kang F 1.80 1989
    Bae-Hye Yoon F 1.82 1989
    Soo-Yeon Kim C 1.83 1986
    Sodam Kim C 1.85 1993
    Ji Su Park C 1.92 1998

    Tallest and youngest is U19 & U17 "veteran" Ji Su Park.

    http://lovewomensbasketball.com/2014...-young-roster/
    Kang Ah-Jung suffered a fracture on her index finger and will miss the world cup. A replacement will be soon named.
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    Kyung Eun Lee G 1.73 1987
    Seungah Lee G 1.75 1992
    Gyu-Hee Kim G 1.70 1992
    Aran Hong G 1.74 1992
    Jihyun Shin G 1.73 1995
    Youn-Joo Kim F 1.78 1986
    Ajung Kang G 1.80 1994
    Yi-Seul Kang F 1.80 1989
    Bae-Hye Yoon F 1.82 1989
    Soo-Yeon Kim C 1.83 1986
    Sodam Kim C 1.85 1993
    Ji Su Park C 1.92 1998

    Lee Kyung-Eun was called up for the Asian Games team while Kang Ah-Jun is out with a fractured finger. Hong Bo-Ram and Choi Hee-Jun were named replacements.

    So the world cup squad is currently:

    Boram Hong F 1.77 1988
    Seungah Lee G 1.75 1992
    Gyu-Hee Kim G 1.70 1992
    Aran Hong G 1.74 1992
    Jihyun Shin G 1.73 1995
    Youn-Joo Kim F 1.78 1986
    Hee-Jun Choi C 1.80 1987
    Yi-Seul Kang F 1.80 1989
    Bae-Hye Yoon F 1.82 1989
    Soo-Yeon Kim C 1.83 1986
    Sodam Kim C 1.85 1993
    Ji Su Park C 1.92 1998
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    Brazil training camp roster of 14 players:

    Adriana Pinto - G - 1.70m
    Carina Martins - G - 1.72
    Clarissa dos Santos - C - 1.86
    Débora da Costa - G - 1.64
    Fabiana de Souza - C - 1.92
    Isabela Ramona Macedo - Fw - 1.79
    Izabela de Andrade - F/C - 1.82
    Jaqueline Silvestre - Fw - 1.78
    Joice Coelho - Fw - 1.81
    Karina Jacob - C - 1.87
    Patrícia Teixeira Ribeiro - Fw - 1.75
    Tainá Mayara da Paixăo - G - 1.71
    Tatiane Nascimento - Fw - 1.80
    Vanessa Fausto Gonçalves - F/C - 1.85

    Fcrom training camp will be named the team set to compete at the South Amerian championship (Aug 14-18) and later at two European tournaments in prep to the WC.

    Missing form the roster are three players currently engaged in WNBA, Damiris Dantas, Nadia Colhado and Erika de Souza.

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    Friendlies results:

    Australia beat twice Belarus in Minsk, 75-43 (Liz Cambage 20 pts, Belinda Snell 12 - Yelena Leuchanka 10) and 76-60 (Leilani Mitchell 15 pts, 6 ast, 5 stls, Marianna Tolo 15, Rebecca Allen 14 - Yelena Leuchanka 15, Katsiaryna Snytsina 10).

    Opals opened earlier their European tour with an exhibition game in Pilsen, routing Czech Republic 89-51 (40-37) behind 18 pts and 10 reb from Cambage, while Natalie Hurst contributed with 15 and Mitchell, Allen and Laura Hodges each added 10. No CZE scores available, as this exhibition isn't recorded in pre WC games of Czech NT.

    Czech Republic played yesterday the first of two friendlies with Mozambique easily winning 82-45 (Romana Hejdova 14 pts, Jana Vesela and Lenka Bartakova 11, Tereza Peckova 10 pts + 10 reb, Klara Pochobradska 10).


    Update: Czech Republic beat Mozambique also in the second friendly, 91-42 (Viteckova 20, Hindrakova 12, Hanusova 11, Vyoralova 10).
    Last edited by carlo; 08-21-2014 at 06:47 PM. Reason: Update

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