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2005 World Championship Qualifying Tournament Results

2005 Tournament of the Americas Results
Wednesday, September 14
Cuba 73, Canada 61
Brazil 86, Argentina 69
Puerto Rico 94, Dominican Republic 55

Thursday, September 15
Canada 77, Argentina 57
Brazil 83, Puerto Rico 67
Cuba 94, Dominican Republic 47

Friday, September 16
Cuba 84, Puerto Rico 54
Brazil 76, Canada 64
Argentina 96, Dominican Republic 54

Saturday, September 17
Canada 83, Puerto Rico 81
Cuba 89, Argentina 88
Brazil 92, Dominican Republic 46

Sunday, September 18
Argentina 91, Puerto Rico 73
Cuba 81, Brazil 73
Canada 89, Dominican Republic 57

Final Standings
1. *Cuba (5-0)
2. *Brazil (4-1)
3. *Canada (3-2)
4. *Argentina (2-3)
5. Puerto Rico (1-4)
6. Dominican Republic (0-5)

* Qualified for the 2006 FIBA World Championship

MVP: Yakelyn Plutín (CUB)
All-Tournament Team: Carolina Sanchez (ARG), Micaela Jacintho (BRA), Tamara Sutton (CAN), Yamilet Martínez (CUB) and Yakelyn Plutín (CUB).
2005 Asia Championship Results
Preliminary Round
Final Standings
Team W-L
South Korea 4-0
China 3-1
Taiwan 2-2
Japan 1-3
Thailand 0-4

Preliminary Round

Sunday, June 19
China 102 , Taiwan 96
South Korea 108, Japan 62

Monday, June 20
China 107, Japan 65
South Korea 101, Thailand 45

Tuesday, June 21
Taiwan 86, Japan 73
China 105, Thailand 38

Wednesday, June 22
South Korea 63, China 56
Taiwan 107, Thailand 54

Thursday, June 23
South Korea 83, Taiwan 67
Japan 107, Thailand 68

 

Semifinals

Saturday, June 25
South Korea 84, Japan 64
China 86, Taiwan 57

Finals

Sunday, June 26
Bronze Medal Game: Taiwan 73, Japan 62
Gold Medal Game: China 73, South Korea 67

Final Standings
1. *China
2. *South Korea
3. *Taiwan
4. Japan
5. Thailand

* Qualified for the 2006 FIBA World Championship.

2005 African Championship Results
Preliminary Round Final Standings
Group A W-L Group B W-L
Senegal 4-0 Congo 4-0
Nigeria 3-1 Mozambique 3-1
Mali 2-2 Angola 2-2
Cape Verde 1-3 Niger 1-3
Togo 0-4 Gabon 0-4

Preliminary Round

Wednesday, December 21
Senegal 51, Mali 41
Congo 60, Mozambique 46
Nigeria 96, Cape Verde 38

Thursday, December 22
Cape Verde 76, Togo 44
Mozambique 52, Angola 51
Senegal 65, Nigeria 55
Congo 75, Gabon 38

Friday, December 23
Mali 81, Cape Verde 56
Congo 88, Niger 40
Nigeria 92, Togo 23
Mozambique 55, Gabon 33

Saturday, December 24
Mali 93, Togo 26
Niger 53, Gabon 38
Senegal 77, Cape Verde 39
Congo 53, Angola 52

Sunday, December 25
Angola 79, Niger 26

Monday, December 26
Senegal 74, Togo 34
Mozambique 75, Niger 46
Nigeria 64, Mali 44
Angola 63, Gabon 36

Semifinals

Tuesday, December 27
Nigeria 78, Congo 66
Senegal 66, Mozambique 37

Classification Finals
9th-10th Place: Gabon 47, Togo 46
7th-8th Place: Cape Verde 56, Niger 51

Finals

Wednesday, December 28
5th-6th Place Game: Mali 55, Angola 50
Bronze Medal Game: Mozambique 59, Congo 51
Gold Medal Game: Nigeria 64, Senegal 57

Final Standings
1. *Nigeria (5-1)
2. *Senegal (5-1)
3. Mozambique (4-2)
4. Democratic Rep. of the Congo (4-2)
5. Mali (3-2)
6. Angola (2-3)
7. Cape Verde (2-3)
8. Niger (1-4)
9. Gabon (1-4)
10. Togo (0-5)
* Qualified for the 2006 FIBA World Championship.

MVP: Mfon Udoka

2005 European Championship Results
Preliminary Round Final Standings
Group A W-L Group B W-L
Czech Republic 5-0 ^Lithuania 4-1
France 4-1 ^Spain 4-1
Latvia 3-2 Russia 3-2
Poland 2-3 ^Turkey 2-3
Greece 1-4 ^Serbia & Monten. 2-3
Germany 0-5 Romania 0-5
^ Standings based on head-to-head results between tied teams

Preliminary Round

Friday, September 2
Latvia 75, Poland 62
Greece 66, Germany 61
Czech Republic 65, France 45
Russia 92, Romania 60
Lithuania 74, Spain 69
Turkey 81, Serbia & Montenegro 69

Saturday, September 3
Latvia 77, Germany 67
Czech Republic 64, Poland 47
France 71, Greece 56
Spain 98, Romania 53
Serbia & Montenegro 77, Lithuania 74
Russia 91, Turkey 87

Sunday, September 4
Poland 66, Germany 56
Czech Republic 61, Greece 54
France 67, Latvia 50
Serbia & Montenegro 63, Romania 50
Spain 83, Russia 77
Lithuania 82, Turkey 76

Tuesday, September 6
Czech Republic 76, Germany 50
Latvia 76, Greece 47
France 83, Poland 63
Lithuania 80, Russia 67
Spain 69, Serbia & Montenegro 52
Turkey 66, Romania 64

Wednesday, September 7
Czech Republic 76, Latvia 45
Poland 59, Greece 49
France 79, Germany 48
Russia 86, Serbia & Montenegro 69
Lithuania 92, Romania 56
Spain 78, Turkey 64

Quarterfinals

Friday, September 9
Lithuania 67, Poland 58
Spain 69, Latvia 50
Russia 70, France 56
Czech Republic 86, Turkey 60

Semifinals

Saturday, September 10
Russia 65, Lithuania 50
Czech Republic 76, Spain 66

Classification Semifinals
France 73, Poland 71
Latvia 81, Turkey 78
Greece 67, Romania 61
Serbia & Montenegro 73, Germany 57

Finals

Sunday, September 11
11th-12th Place Game:
     Germany 98, Romania 64
9th-10th Place Game:
     Serbia & Montenegro 79, Greece 65
7th-8th Place Game:
     Poland 82, Turkey 71
5th-6th Place Game:
     France 85, Latvia 62
Bronze Medal Game:
     Spain 83, Lithuania 65
Gold Medal Game:
     Czech Republic 72, Russia 70

Final Standings
1. *Czech Republic (8-0)
2. *Russia (5-3)
3. *Spain (6-2)
4. *Lithuania (5-3)
5. *France (6-2)
6. Latvia (4-4)
7. Poland (3-5)
8. Turkey (2-6)
9. Serbia & Montenegro (4-3)
10. Greece (2-5)
11. Germany (1-6)
12. Romania (0-7)

* Qualified for the 2006 FIBA World Championship.

MVP: Maria Stepanova (RUS)
All-Tournament Team: Amaya Valdemoro (ESP), Hana Machova (CZE), Tatiana Shchegoleva (RUS), Maria Stepanova (RUS) and Eva Viteckova (CZE)
2005 Oceania Championship Results
As the victors over New Zealand in the first two games of a best of three series, Australia qualified for the 2006 FIBA World Championship.

 

 


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