NEWS

09.08.2009
France Outhustle Russia For Bronze

France won the bronze medal game in Naples after a stellar first 20 minutes helped them claim a superb 75-46 victory over Russia.

It was very much a case of de ja vous for Russia Coach Anna Arkhipova Von Kalmanovich who has impressed as a coach during the tournament but was left to watch on helplessly as her team repeated the terrible start that proved so costly in yesterdays semi-final with Spain.

08.08.2009
Spain Train Rolls To Final

Reigning champions Spain will get the opportunity to defend their title after booking their place in tomorrows final against Belgium with a truly brutal 66-46 massacre of Russia.

The victory was achieved via an astonishing whirlwind first half. It left the Russian team suffering terminal storm damage and completely blown out of sight - their dreams of gold gone after a disastrous twenty minutes.

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

NoNamePos. HeightBirth datePlace of birth
4Anna Khmelevskaya PG 1.72 17.02.1994 Rostov-on-Don (RUS)  
5Ekaterina Fedorenkova PG 1.78 12.08.1993 Moscow (RUS)  
6Tatiana Nikitina PF 1.88 29.01.1994 Moscow (RUS)  
7Alina Zamaraeva SG 1.79 24.09.1993 Vologda Region (RUS)  
8Anastasiia Knyazeva 1.77 11.11.1993 Moscow Region (RUS)  
9Daria Namok SG 1.79 14.02.1993 Tyumen Region (RUS)  
10Maria-Margarita Davydova 1.89 22.02.1993 Moscow (RUS)  
11Ekaterina Posylkina SF 1.81 01.05.1993 Nizhegorod Reg. (RUS)  
12Ksenia Tikhonenko PF 1.93 11.01.1993 Alma Ata (KAZ)  
13Marina Riavkina PG 1.68 19.06.1993 Kurgan Region (RUS)  
14Julia Gladkova SF 1.83 17.01.1994 Kursk (RUS)  
15Galina Kiseleva SF 1.82 17.11.1993 Volgograd (RUS)  

COACHES

Head Coach: Anna Arkhipova Von Kalmanovich
Assistant Coach: Vladan Chubrich ,
Janette Stirling ,
Andrey Ruzanov

More Headlines

07.08.2009
Russia Knock Out Azzurine In Overtime Thriller

Russia Coach Anna Arkhipova Von Kalmanovich has paid tribute to Italy after her team inflicted a heart-breaking 65-64 overtime loss on the hosts to set up a semi-final clash with Spain.

In a truly astonishing game of basketball, the emotion in the Arena after the final buzzer had ended was incredible.

05.08.2009
Russia Lock Down France To Clinch Group F

France crashed to their first loss of the tournament in spectacular fashion as Russia claimed top spot in Group F with a stunning defensive effort in their 57-41 victory.

The result left Russia Coach Anna Arkhipova Von Kalmanovich delighted with the effort of her team as they bounced back from their disappointing and shock loss to Poland.

Poland Stun Russia, Stay Alive In Tournament04.08.2009
Arkhipova Makes Return To U16s After 20 Years03.08.2009
Russia Storm To Win Over Lithuania03.08.2009
Russia Get Third In A Row, Hungary Fight Relegation01.08.2009
Czechs Lose Momentun In Second Half, Fall To Russia31.07.2009
Greek Drama In First Act30.07.2009

Team

Russia
Russia

TEAM LEADERS

CategoryPlayerAvg
PTSK. Tikhonenko14.4
RTK. Tikhonenko10.3
ASG. Kiseleva1.3
STA. Zamaraeva2.6
BSK. Tikhonenko2.1

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

30.07.2009vs GRE[W] 63-54
31.07.2009vs CZE[W] 65-40
01.08.2009vs HUN[W] 74-54
03.08.2009vs LTU[W] 90-52
04.08.2009vs POL[L] 61-65
05.08.2009vs FRA[W] 57-41
07.08.2009vs ITA[W] 65-64
08.08.2009vs ESP[L] 46-66
09.08.2009vs FRA[L] 46-75

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