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28.09.2003 - From Jeff Taylor, PA International, Patras

Never count out the Spanish women.

Spain stormed back from a 17-point deficit in the final quarter on Sunday to stun Poland in the bronze medal game of the European Championships and qualify for the Olympics for the first time in their history.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

5th

79.3 PTS

8th

32.3 RT

9th

12.0 AS

4th

63.3 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

9th

12.0 AS

4th

63.3 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

F
1.90
08.02.1972
Wroclaw (POL)  

5

SG
1.70
30.09.1969
Nidzica (POL)  

6

G
1.65
23.01.1970
Olsztyn (POL)  

7

G
1.71
24.03.1973
Lódz (POL)  

8

G
1.74
19.03.1973
Bialystok (POL)  

9

SF
1.84
21.10.1982
Mikolow (POL)  

10

C
1.90
02.09.1972
Jelenia Góra (POL)  

11

1.85
06.02.1969
Strzelce Opolskie (POL)  

12

C
2.13
28.04.1974
Warsaw (POL)  

13

F
1.81
02.01.1973
Kraków (POL)  
Slovakia 61 Poland 78
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TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

21.11.2001
vs BUL
[W] 80-76 (A)
25.11.2001
vs UKR
[W] 72-56 (H)
28.11.2001
vs TUR
[W] 86-58 (H)
19.11.2002
vs BUL
[W] 73-69 (H)
23.11.2002
vs UKR
[L] 47-58 (A)
27.11.2002
vs TUR
[L] 57-85 (A)

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Office
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Staff
President: Grzegorz Bachanski
Secretary General: Olga Kijewska
Press contact: Adam Romanski

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