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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

3rd

84.0 PTS

3rd

36.3 RT

2nd

19.7 AS

5th

65.3 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

2nd

19.7 AS

5th

65.3 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

GF
1.75
05.11.1980
Brno (CZE)  

G
1.72
01.02.1972
Jaromer (CZE)  

4

F
1.78
29.12.1975
Olomouc (CZE)  

5

G
1.66
10.04.1982
Brandys nad Labem (CZE)  

7

F
1.90
19.12.1972
Litomerice (CZE)  

9

G
1.82
11.09.1979
Bruntál (CZE)  

10

F
1.85
28.08.1979
Prague (CZE)  

11

C
1.90
31.10.1977
Prague (CZE)  

12

C
1.90
21.06.1980
Karlovy Vary (CZE)  

13

SF
1.90
26.01.1982
Nove Mesto na Morave (CZE)  

14

FC
1.94
31.12.1983
Prague (CZE)  

15

C
1.94
30.03.1979
Sumperk (CZE)  

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TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

21.11.2001
vs BEL
[W] 73-66 (H)
24.11.2001
vs LTU
[W] 85-76 (A)
28.11.2001
vs ITA
[W] 94-54 (H)
20.11.2002
vs BEL
[W] 78-54 (A)
24.11.2002
vs LTU
[W] 89-62 (H)
27.11.2002
vs ITA
[W] 81-56 (A)

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