|Nadezda Grishaeva wil go home from French club Arras to work out with the Russian national tea|
Reigning EuroBasket Women champions Russia have announced an important training camp for later this week while Boris Sokolovsky has drafted in ex-Latvian national team coach Ainars Zvirgzdins onto his coaching staff.
Sokolovsky will be without many of his established stars at the camp including the likes of Olga Arteshina, Irina Osipova, Ilona Korstin, Tatiana Vidmer, Svetlana Abrosimova and Maria Stepanova but this gives a chance to a large group of hopefuls including a number of younger players.
Evgenia Belyakova (Sparta&K M.R. Vidnoje), Tatiana Burik (Spartak St.Petersburg), Natalia Vieru (Good Angels Kosice), Nadezhda Grishaeva (Arras), Elena Danilochkina (Nadezhda), Veronica Dorosheva (Dynamo Moscow), Natalia Zhedik (Nadezhda), Katerina Keyru (Chevakata), Anastasiya Loginova (Spartak St.Petersburg), Anastasia Logunova (Nadezhda), Ekaterina Lisina (Dynamo Kursk), Natalia Myasoedova (Dynamo GUVD), Viktoria Medvedeva (Dynamo Moscow), Anna Ostroukhova (Spartak St. Petersburg), Tatiana Petrushina (Dynamo GUVD, Russia), Lyubov Paskalenko (Spartak St. Petersburg), Ksenia Tikhonenko (Sparta&K M.R. Vidnoje), Maria Cherepanova (Chevakata).