2020 FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments – Belgrade 2

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2020 FIBA World Olympic
Qualifying Tournament for Women
Belgrade, Serbia
Tournament details
Host nation Serbia
Dates6–9 February
Teams4 
(from 2 federations)
Venues1 
(in 1 host city)
Champions China
MVPChina Li Meng
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points United Kingdom Fagbenle (25.0)  China (83.3)
Rebounds China Li Y. (8.0)  China (44.3)
Assists United Kingdom Leedham (7.3)  Spain (23.0)
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The 2020 FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Foshan/Belgrade was one of four 2020 FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments. The tournament was planned to be held in Foshan, China, from 6 to 9 February 2020.[1][2] The tournament was played in Belgrade, Serbia due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.[3]

China, Spain and South Korea qualified for the Olympics.[4][5]

Teams

Team Qualification Date of qualification FIBA World Ranking
 China 1st at the Asia/Oceania Pre-Qualifying Tournaments–Group A 17 November 2019 8th
 Spain 1st at the EuroBasket Women 2019 4 July 2019 3rd
 Great Britain 4th at the EuroBasket Women 2019 4 July 2019 18th
 South Korea 2nd at the Asia/Oceania Pre-Qualifying Tournaments–Group A 17 November 2019 19th

Venue

Belgrade
2020 FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments – Belgrade 2 is located in Serbia
Belgrade
Belgrade
2020 FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments – Belgrade 2 (Serbia)
Aleksandar Nikolić Hall
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Capacity: 8,000

Squads

Standings

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  China 3 3 0 250 198 +52 6 Summer Olympics
2  Spain 3 2 1 224 179 +45 5
3  South Korea 3 1 2 188 262 −74 4
4  Great Britain 3 0 3 224 247 −23 3
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.

Results

All times are local (UTC+1).

6 February 2020
12:00
China  86–76  Great Britain
Scoring by quarter: 21–26, 22–20, 22–13, 21–17
Pts: three players 16
Rebs: Han, Wang 5
Asts: Shao 4
Pts: Fagbenle 26
Rebs: Leedham 5
Asts: Leedham 6
Aleksandar Nikolić Hall, Belgrade
Referees: Grant Todey (USA), Natalia Cuello (DOM), Julio Anaya (PAN)
6 February 2020
14:30
South Korea  46–83  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 16–19, 9–24, 7–20, 14–20
Pts: Park H. 17
Rebs: Kim H. 6
Asts: Bae, Park H. 3
Pts: Rodríguez 14
Rebs: Ouviña 7
Asts: Domínguez 6
Aleksandar Nikolić Hall, Belgrade
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LIB), Andrei Sharapa (BLR), Özlem Yalman (TUR)

8 February 2020
12:00
Spain  62–64  China
Scoring by quarter: 15–12, 6–22, 17–18, 24–12
Pts: Torrens 17
Rebs: Nicholls 12
Asts: Palau 8
Pts: Li M., Li Y. 13
Rebs: Li Y. 15
Asts: Li M. 4
Aleksandar Nikolić Hall, Belgrade
Referees: Julio Anaya (PAN), Natalia Cuello (DOM), Arnaud Kom Njilo (CMR)
8 February 2020
14:30
Great Britain  79–82  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 19–25, 18–20, 17–25, 25–12
Pts: Fagbenle 28
Rebs: Samuelson 9
Asts: Leedham 10
Pts: Kang 26
Rebs: Park J. 9
Asts: Kim D., Park H. 6
Aleksandar Nikolić Hall, Belgrade
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LIB), Grant Todey (USA), Andrei Sharapa (BLR)

9 February 2020
12:00
South Korea  60–100  China
Scoring by quarter: 13–19, 11–28, 20–24, 16–29
Pts: Kang 17
Rebs: Kim H. 10
Asts: Park H. 5
Pts: Li M. 20
Rebs: Han 8
Asts: Yang 6
Aleksandar Nikolić Hall, Belgrade
Referees: Grant Todey (USA), Julio Anaya (PAN), Özlem Yalman (TUR)
9 February 2020
14:30
Great Britain  69–79  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 16–18, 14–22, 19–20, 20–19
Pts: Fagbenle 21
Rebs: Leedham 12
Asts: Leedham 6
Pts: Conde 15
Rebs: Gil 7
Asts: Palau 8
Aleksandar Nikolić Hall, Belgrade
Referees: Rabah Noujaim (LIB), Andrei Sharapa (BLR), Arnaud Kom Njilo (CMR)

Statistics and awards

Statistical leaders

Players[6]

Teams[7]

Awards

The all star-teams and MVP were announced on 9 February 2020.[8]

All-Star Team
Guards Forwards Center
South Korea Park Hye-jin
China Li Meng
Spain Alba Torrens
United Kingdom Temi Fagbenle
China Han Xu
MVP: China Li Meng

References

  1. ^ "FIBA Women's national team competition system as of 2019". FIBA. Retrieved 15 November 2019.
  2. ^ "FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments hosts announced for 2020". FIBA. 15 November 2019.
  3. ^ "FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament relocated to Belgrade, Serbia". FIBA. 27 January 2020.
  4. ^ "China hold off Spain to book their ticket to Tokyo". FIBA. 8 February 2020.
  5. ^ "Spain avoid drama to confirm Olympic ticket; Korea also Tokyo bound". FIBA. 9 February 2020.
  6. ^ "Statistical leaders (Players)". FIBA. Retrieved 10 February 2020.
  7. ^ "Statistical leaders (Teams)". FIBA. Retrieved 10 February 2020.
  8. ^ "Meng Li collects TISSOT MVP award to lead All-Star Five". fiba.basketball. Retrieved 10 February 2020.

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