Latvia Rally For Bronze
Anete Steinberga's two free throws with 3.5 seconds secured Latvia the bronze medal at the U20 European Championship for Women with a 53-49 victory over France, who failed to win a medal for the first time at a U20 women's event.

Steinberga scored 14 points, Sabine Niedola had 12 points and nine rebounds and Ieva Krastina hit all seven of her points in the final 12 minutes, helping Latvia to their third U20 women's bronze medal following 2005 and 2009.
Balanced Russia Cruise Into Finals
Anna Ostroukhova's 22 points paced four players in double figures in leading Russia to a dominating 81-65 victory over short-handed France to reach the final of the U20 European Championship for Women.

Tatiana Petrushina added 18 points while Anastasia Logunova had 15 points, nine rebounds and five assists, and Anastasiya Shilova added 11 points for Russia, who will face either Latvia or Spain for their fifth U20 title since 2000.



NoNamePos. HeightBirth datePlace of birth
 4Linda Bousbaa 1.65 29.11.1991 Nancy (FRA)  
 5Aminata Konaté PG 1.68 24.10.1990 Paris (FRA)  
 6Alexia Plagnard 1.67 02.01.1990 Aix-en-Provence (FRA)  
 7Jessie De Colo SG 1.80 26.04.1990 Sainte Catherine (FRA)  
 8Diandra Tchatchouang SF 1.86 14.06.1991 Villepinte (FRA)  
 9Laurie Datchy 1.72 02.04.1990 Saint Quentin (FRA)  
10Margaux Okou Zouzouo 1.83 18.02.1991 Biarritz (FRA)  
11Mèdélomé Medenou PF 1.89 05.10.1990 Evry (FRA)  
12Hhadydia Minte SF 1.86 16.03.1991 Paris (FRA)  
13Chloe Westelynck FC 1.88 28.03.1991 Wattrelos (FRA)  
14Elsa Martins FC 1.87 04.04.1990 Saint Brieuc (FRA)  
15Pauline Thizy 1.91 07.02.1990 Saint-Étienne (FRA)  


Head Coach: Alain Jardel

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Hobbled France Pull Together For Semi-Final Berth
Laurie Datchy scored nine of her game-high 22 points in a decisive 12-3 fourth quarter run to give France a 69-61 victory over Lithuania and a semi-final date with Russia at the U20 European Championship for Women.

Playing without injured leading scorer and rebounder Diandra Tchatchouang, Medelome Medenou added 13 points and Hhadydia Minte had five points, 11 rebounds and an inside basket to give France a 67-61 lead with 54 seconds to play.
Russia Clinch First In Group E
Tatiana Petrushina's 18 points paced three players in double figures as Russia secured first place in their qualifying round Group E of the U20 European Championship for Women with a 76-59 victory over France, who played the second half without two of their best players.

Anastasia Logunova collected 15 points, eight rebounds, six assists and four steals and Anastsiya Shilova chipped in 17 points for Russia, who improved to 4-1.
Klintsone Steps Up, Latvia Win20.07.2010
France Hold Off Ukraine To Win Again19.07.2010
Group A: France Dispatch Bulgaria, Poland Win 15.07.2010
U20 French Top Poles, Germans And Bulgarians29.06.2010
Jardel Announces Preliminary France U20 Squad12.05.2010
France Champions, Overpower Spain In Final19.07.2009




PTSD. Tchatchouang11.3
RTH. Minte6.3
ASA. Plagnard2.7
STD. Tchatchouang2.2
BSD. Tchatchouang1.2


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15.07.2010vs BUL[W] 73-51
16.07.2010vs NED[W] 83-52
17.07.2010vs POL[W] 80-31
19.07.2010vs UKR[W] 80-66
20.07.2010vs LAT[L] 67-70
21.07.2010vs RUS[L] 59-76
23.07.2010vs LTU[W] 69-61
24.07.2010vs RUS[L] 65-81
25.07.2010vs LAT[L] 49-53



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