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20.07.2008 -
Olga Petrova scored 21 points to lead Russia to their fourth title at the U20 European Championship for Women, holding off France 67-58 in Pescara.

Russia used an 8-0 surge in the fourth quarter to put the game away by opening a 14-point advantage. Olga Zhuzgova added 10 points off the bench as tournament MVP Natalia Vieru struggled with foul trouble.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

2nd

70.5 PTS

3rd

42.8 RT

3rd

7.9 AS

1st

52.1 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

3rd

7.9 AS

1st

52.1 PTS A

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ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

SG
1.82
04.12.1988
Rostov-On-Don (RUS)  

5

PG
1.76
03.08.1989
Gorkiy (RUS)  

6

PG
1.84
07.04.1988
Leningrad (RUS)  

7

G
1.79
28.05.1989
Leningrad (RUS)  

8

G
1.78
01.02.1988
Moscow (RUS)  

9

SG
1.84
11.07.1988
Leningrad (RUS)  

10

SG
1.84
27.06.1988
Chelyabinsk (RUS)  

11

F
1.85
08.04.1988
Leningrad (RUS)  

12

C
2.03
25.08.1988
Kuibishev (RUS)  

13

F
1.85
21.08.1989
Samarskaia Region (RUS)  

14

PF
1.86
03.01.1988
Vladimir (RUS)  

15

C
1.96
25.07.1989
Chisinau (MDA)  

COACHES

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SCHEDULE

11.07.2008
vs LTU
[W] 59-32
12.07.2008
vs BUL
[W] 83-50
13.07.2008
vs UKR
[W] 60-58
15.07.2008
vs MNE
[W] 88-58
16.07.2008
vs BLR
[W] 90-50
17.07.2008
vs ESP
[W] 68-64
19.07.2008
vs SRB
[W] 49-47
20.07.2008
vs FRA
[W] 67-58

ADMINISTRATION

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Staff
President: Yulia Anikeeva
Executive Director: Dmitry Domani
Press contact: Marat Araslanov

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