NEWS

05.08.2007
Vernerey, Tchatchouang Lead France To Title


Captain Allison Vernerey and MVP Diandra Tchatchouang both collected double-doubles as France got the revenge they were looking for by beating Spain 63-60 to capture their second Termosteps U16 European Championship Women title.

The French title - which will be added to the 2001 crown - ends Spain's three-year reign as U16 champions - among them a victory over France in the 2005 final in Poland.

05.08.2007
Tchatchouang Named MVP

Diandra Tchatchouang was named Most Valuable Player of the Termosteps U16 European Championship Women after leading France to the gold medal with a 60-57 victory over Spain.

Tchatschouang collected 17 points, 15 rebounds, three assists, two steals and three blocks in the final.

05.08.2007
Czechs Edge Serbia For Bronze

Alena Hanusova scored 15 points as the Czech Republic beat Serbia 65-62 to capture the bronze medal at the Termosteps U16 European Championship Woman, increasing their U16 medal total to three.

The 1997 and 2006 finalists won other medals in the past, but they came under the Czechoslovakia national flag - including the 1989 gold.

SCOREBOARD

Preliminary Round

 TeamPW/LF/APts
1. Czech Republic33/0223/1476
2. Hungary32/1185/1565
3. Belarus31/2188/2274
4. Slovak Republic30/3142/2083
Hungary   Czech Republic
5063
8-15   23-12   12-19   7-17  
Slovak Republic   Belarus
6575
17-17   13-23   17-17   18-18  
 TeamPW/LF/APts
1. Serbia32/1192/1735
2. Sweden32/1170/1565
3. Poland31/2168/1894
4. Lithuania31/2172/1844
Sweden   Poland
6355
16-17   21-11   7-18   19-9  
Lithuania   Serbia
7067
17-14   16-12   18-16   11-20   8-5  
 TeamPW/LF/APts
1. Spain33/0261/1906
2. Latvia32/1238/2425
3. Belgium31/2212/2304
4. Turkey30/3214/2633
Belgium   Spain
6068
18-16   12-28   12-18   18-6  
Latvia   Turkey
8575
25-14   20-26   16-18   24-17  
 TeamPW/LF/APts
1. France33/0262/1866
2. Russia32/1225/2125
3. Ukraine31/2200/2444
4. Greece30/3166/2113
Ukraine   France
70101
15-29   21-27   21-21   13-24  
Greece   Russia
5775
10-18   11-21   21-22   15-14  

Qualifying Round

 TeamPW/LF/APts
1. Serbia55/0326/26410
2. Czech Republic53/2363/2858
3. Sweden53/2285/2698
4. Hungary53/2291/2868
5. Belarus51/4288/3636
6. Poland50/5281/3675
Sweden   Belarus
6048
15-12   18-4   13-16   14-16  
Poland   Hungary
5470
8-15   13-18   13-21   20-16  
Serbia   Czech Republic
6765
17-18   15-17   17-17   18-13  
 TeamPW/LF/APts
1. Spain54/1375/3169
2. France54/1399/3509
3. Russia54/1374/3569
4. Latvia52/3377/3947
5. Ukraine51/4348/4166
6. Belgium50/5342/3835
Russia   Belgium
7267
16-11   22-19   13-19   21-18  
France   Spain
6377
13-21   21-14   12-23   17-19  
Ukraine   Latvia
6585
9-16   17-26   16-24   23-19  

Classification Round

 TeamPW/LF/APts
1. Lithuania33/0206/1716
2. Turkey32/1219/1825
3. Greece31/2154/1974
4. Slovak Republic30/3174/2033
Slovak Republic   Lithuania
5872
8-17   19-23   12-16   19-16  
Turkey   Greece
7752
21-11   7-12   26-11   23-18  

Classification game for the 9th to 12th places

Ukraine   Poland
7197
14-19   15-33   23-21   19-24  
Belarus   Belgium
6456
19-13   16-14   11-20   18-9  

Classification Games for the 5th to 8th places

Russia   Hungary
6344
17-15   14-8   11-8   21-13  
Sweden   Latvia
5547
14-8   14-20   14-12   13-7  

Semi-Finals

Spain   Czech Republic
6858
17-16   11-15   17-6   23-21  
Serbia   France
5776
16-20   14-10   12-22   15-24  

11th to 12th Place

Belgium   Ukraine
6672
12-27   18-11   19-10   17-24  

9th to 10th Place

Belarus   Poland
5947
13-11   18-14   10-11   18-11  

7th to 8th Place

Latvia   Hungary
8254
17-9   26-21   19-13   20-11  

5th to 6th Place

Sweden   Russia
6055
12-15   19-11   12-23   17-6  

3rd to 4th Place

Serbia   Czech Republic
6265
15-11   15-20   15-20   17-14  

Final

France   Spain
6057
16-24   14-4   12-16   18-13  

HEADLINES

Czechs Edge Serbia For Bronze05.08.2007
Sweden Grab Fifth From Russia05.08.2007
France Poised To End Spain's Reign05.08.2007
Balanced France Top Serbia, Make Final04.08.2007
Defense Earns Spain Place In Final04.08.2007
Sweden Hold Off Hosts, Play For Fifth04.08.2007
Russia Subs Sink Hungary04.08.2007
24 Seconds With Gabriela Medunov√°03.08.2007
Serbia Slip Past Czechs, Both Make Semis02.08.2007
Spain Recover To Top France, Both Through02.08.2007

DIVISION A


FINAL STANDINGS

 Team
1.flagFrance
2.flagSpain
3.flagCzech Republic
4.flagSerbia
5.flagSweden
6.flagRussia
7.flagLatvia
8.flagHungary
9.flagBelarus
10.flagPoland
11.flagUkraine
12.flagBelgium
13.flagLithuania
14.flagTurkey
15.flagGreece
16.flagSlovak Republic

PHOTO GALLERY

STATISTICS

Points

Olesia Malashenko

UKR
Born : 21.02.1991
Height: 1.89

Avg: 25.6

NameAvg.
1.Malashenko, O. 25.6
2.Niedola, S. 19.9
3.Filonchyk, M. 19.6
4.Karaman, S. 18.0
5.Tarasova, A. 17.1

Rebounds

Olesia Malashenko

UKR
Born : 21.02.1991
Height: 1.89

Avg: 15.6

NameAvg.
1.Malashenko, O. 15.6
2.Niedola, S. 15.3
3.Krnjic, S. 13.5
4.Filonchyk, M. 13.4
5.Tarasova, A. 12.3

Assists

Leonor Rodriguez

ESP
Born : 21.10.1991
Height: 1.80

Avg: 5.0

NameAvg.
1.Rodriguez, L. 5.0
2.Kabengano, S. 3.9
3.Mayombo, N. 3.6
4.Zintikaite, D. 3.3
5.Tongar, D. 3.3