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Second day results - Jul 1, 2007


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Laetitia
Kamba

Second day of the tournament did not bring as many intrigues as the first one, however brought pleasure for the fans and spectators.
Russia beat Hungary 87:77, using a strong first quarter to have a ten points lead. Elena Danilochkina (184-G-86) paced the winners with 23 points. Lisina had a great game with 20 points and 14 rebounds, while Belyakova added 11. Sara Leemans (178-G/F-88) was the best in defeat with 25 points and 7 rebounds. Russia goes to 2-0, while Belgium is 1-1.

Hungarian U21 tasted the first loss in the tournament after a loss to Australia 72:82. O'Hea was unstoppable for the winners nailing 27 points. Renae Camino (177-G-86) provided 19, while Bishop scored 11 points and made 10 rebounds. Hungary was led by 21 points from Rita Ibolya Kollo (183-F-86) and 19 from Honti. Both sides exchanged baskets for the majority of the opening term. O'Hea provided 10 points in the first quarter to have 25:20 time lead. Australia increased to 6 points lead after first two quarters as they went to 47:41 lead.

A fascinating game provided Spain and Japan in last night. With two same quarters in the second half Japan was luckier to have a deficit from the first. Saori Fujiyoshi (-87) paced the winners with 22 points. Nakagawa ended up with 15, while Tsukano added 13. Anna Cruz (175-G-86) top-scored for Spain with 19 points. Japan and Spain are with 1-1 records.

Canada celebrated the first win in FIBA U21 World Championship for Women. On the second game day the team overcame China 78:54. The latter received the second straight loss after a pity start with France. The win by the North Americans was achieved already in the first half when they afforded China to score 13 points in the first and second quarters. Natalie Doma (191-C) top-scored with 18 points and 15 rebounds. Ayim provided 13, while Pilypaitis scored 10. Liu and Sun were the best for China with 12 points each.
USA and France did not have any difficulties with Brazil and Mali respectively. USA smashed Brazil with 19 points from Crystal Langhorne (188-C/F-86). France stormed Mali 111: 45 with Laetitia Kamba (186-C-87) 17's points.

Australia U21-Hungary U21 82:72
Australia: O'Hea 27, Renae Camino 19, Bishop 11+10 rebs
Hungary: Rita Ibolya Kollo 21, Honti 19


Japan U21-Spain U21 90:87
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Christian
Maass
USA tastes GOLD - Jul 8, 2007

Australia U21 - USA U21 71:96 (21:32, 19:23, 16:20, 17:21) Australia and USA started the Championship and it was a pleasure to see that both teams finished it. A tremendous tournament closed the doors for the FIBA U21 World Championship for Women. USA defended their title beating Australia in the Final 96:71. The North Americans claimed the Gold medals, while Silver went to Australia. Crystal Langhorne (188-C/F-86) was unstoppable for the winners with 23 points and 14 rebounds.   [read more]

Candice
Wiggins
The semifinals sent USA and Australia to the Final - Jul 8, 2007

USA and Australia will meet in the Final of FIBA U21 World Championship for Women. Both teams upset their opponents in the semifinals of the tournament. USA prevail Russia, while Australia rolled over France 88:81. Australia started with with a 8-0 run and were leading 25:14 at the end of the first quarter.   [read more]

Christian
Maass
Quarterfinals results and the whole coverage - Jul 6, 2007

Australia U21-Canada U21 98:57 (19:15, 20:17, 37:12, 22:13) Canada stayed tough in the first half against Australia in FIBA U21 World Championship for Women. In the game against Australia's Sapphires Canada had to admit the level later. The 18-year old center Cayla Francis (192-C-89) carried the Australia team all the way in the opening quarter then the Sapphires easily defeated Canada in the first quarterfinal game of the 2007 U21 World Championships 98:57.   [read more]


The quarterfinals pairs and the stats of Preliminary Round - Jul 5, 2007  
The last day of the Preliminary Round - Jul 4, 2007  
Day 4 results and the whole coverage - Jul 3, 2007  
All the results, stats and reports of Day 3 - Jul 2, 2007  
Second day results - Jul 1, 2007  
The summary of the first day - Jun 30, 2007  
1 Day Left: Schedule - Jun 28, 2007  
2 Days Left: Venue - Jun 27, 2007  
3 Days Left: Players - Jun 26, 2007  
4 Days Left: Teams - Jun 25, 2007  

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World Championships U21 Standings
Group A
 1. France 5-0 
 2. Russia 4-1 
 3. Canada 3-2 
 4. Belgium 2-3 
 5. China 1-4 
 6. Mali 0-5 
Group B
 1. USA 5-0 
 2. Australia 4-1 
 3. Hungary 3-2 
 4. Japan 1-4 
 5. Brazil 1-4 
 6. Spain 1-4 
Points Per Game
 1 S. Leemans BEL20.4 
 2 S. Gruda FRA19.6 
 3 D. Horti HUN17.5 
 4 J. O`Hea AUS16.5 
 5 R. Camino AUS15.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 N. Coulibaly MLI12.1 
 2 T. Bokareva RUS10 
 3 D. Horti HUN9.3 
 4 F. Nacimiento BRA9.1 
 5 C. Langhorne USA8.9 
Assists Per Game
 1 K. MacLeod AUS6.3 
 2 Carpreaux BEL5.1 
 3 K. Honti HUN4.4 
 4 J. De Souza BRA4.1 
 5 A. Yoshida JAP4.0 
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