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Basketball - 12. July 2012.

Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, France and Turkey complete Olympic line-up

ANKARA, Turkey | LONDON, UK (Olympic Basketball Tournament for Women) – Following the conclusion of the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Women (OQTW), the groups and schedule of the London 2012 Olympic Basketball Tournament have been finalised.

Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, France and Turkey complete the line-up having secured qualification through the OQTW, held in Ankara, Turkey from 25 June to 1 July.

Immediately after the conclusion of the tournament, the five qualified teams were drawn into the two groups of six teams, previously determined at the Olympic Basketball Draw in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on 30 April, as follows:
 
Group A: Czech Republic, Angola, USA, Croatia, Turkey, China
Group B: Russia, France, Australia, Great Britain, Brazil, Canada
(order of teams determined by way of draw)

Click here for the full schedule of the London 2012 Olympic Basketball Tournament for Women.

A Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Men (OQT) in Caracas, Venezuela from 1 to 8 July.

The Olympic Basketball Tournament for Men and Women will take place from 28 July until 12 August at the Olympic Basketball Arena and the North Greenwich Arena.

With identical formats for the men and women’s tournaments, the 12 qualified teams are divided into two pools of six and will play the five other teams in their respective groups during the Preliminary Round. The top four classified teams from each group will then move on to the Quarter-Finals of a standard knock-out tournament.

For further information about Olympic Basketball visit london2012.fiba.com, or our social networks facebook.com/fiba, twitter.com/fiba and youtube.com/fiba.

About FIBA

FIBA (fiba.com) – the world governing body for basketball – is an independent association formed by 213 National Basketball Federations throughout the world. It is recognised as the sole competent authority in basketball by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

 

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