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Rio Olympics 2016 - 21. August 2016.

USA beat Spain to claim sixth consecutive gold medal in Women's Olympic Tournament

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USA v Spain, 2016 Olympic Games: Tournament for Women (BRA), Rio de Janeiro - Carioca Arena 1 (Brazil), Women's Gold Medal game, 20 August 2016

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (Rio 2016 Women's Olympic Basketball Tournament) - The United States of America (USA) topped the podium of the Women's Olympic Basketball Tournament for a sixth consecutive time after beating Spain, 101-72, in Saturday's Gold Medal Game at Carioca Arena 1.

The Americans have won gold in the competition at every Olympics dating back to the Atlanta Games in 1996.

Geno Auriemma's side led 21-17 to end the first quarter and outscored Spain 28-15 in the pivotal second period for a 49-32 advantage at half-time. With the momentum clearly on their side, the USA remained in the ascendancy in the second half and registered a resounding win. Click herefor the full game report.

Meanwhile, Serbia concluded their first-ever participation in the competition on a high note by beating France, 70-63, in the Bronze Medal Game. Click here for the full game report.

Rio 2016 Women's Olympic Basketball Tournament - Final Standings
1. USA 
2. Spain
3. Serbia
4. France
5. Australia
6. Turkey
7. Canada
8. Japan
9. Belarus
10. China
11. Brazil
12. Senegal

About FIBA
FIBA (fiba.com) - the world governing body for basketball - is an independent association formed by 215 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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