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28.09.2003 - From Jeff Taylor, PA International, Patras

The Russian women´s wait for a first major title since the breakup of the Soviet Union is over.

Russia, taking on the unbeaten Czech Republic in the final of the European Championships in Greece, snatched the gold medal in a 59-56 thriller.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

1st

82.9 PTS

6th

35.3 RT

1st

17.3 AS

3rd

65.4 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

1st

17.3 AS

3rd

65.4 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

FC
1.94
31.12.1983
Prague (CZE)  

5

C
1.94
30.03.1979
Sumperk (CZE)  

6

G
1.66
10.04.1982
Brandys nad Labem (CZE)  

7

C
1.92
14.11.1983
Pardubice (CZE)  

8

SG
1.78
17.04.1981
Nove Mesto na Morave (CZE)  

9

G
1.82
11.09.1979
Bruntál (CZE)  

10

G
1.76
17.08.1970
Prerov (CZE)  

11

PF
1.90
27.11.1977
Prag (CZE)  

12

GF
1.75
05.11.1980
Brno (CZE)  

13

C
1.90
21.06.1980
Karlovy Vary (CZE)  

14

C
1.87
21.01.1979
Prag (CZE)  

15

SF
1.90
26.01.1982
Nove Mesto na Morave (CZE)  

COACHES

Head Coach:
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TEAM LEADERS

TEAM COMPARISON

Czech Republic
vs
Select a team

SCHEDULE

19.09.2003
vs GRE
[W] 90-57
20.09.2003
vs ISR
[W] 104-67
21.09.2003
vs YUG
[W] 80-68
23.09.2003
vs FRA
[W] 85-73
24.09.2003
vs POL
[W] 76-71
26.09.2003
vs BEL
[W] 98-62
27.09.2003
vs POL
[W] 74-66
28.09.2003
vs RUS
[L] 56-59

ADMINISTRATION

Office
Zátopkova 100/2,, 160 17
Prague 6, CZE
Tel.: +420 (2) 424 292 36
Email: cbf@cbf.cz
Staff
President: Miroslav Jansta
Secretary General: Michal Konecny

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