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Women's Basketball FIBA Olympic Games Qualification Tournament 2020

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by the way, in the last Panamerican Pre-Qualifiers match :BRA Brazil beat :ARG Argentina 77-55 and advance to the actual OQTs...

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Any qualification system where 3 teams from 4-teams-tournament advance is ridiculous.


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Field set for FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments 2020

 

All 16 teams that will compete in the FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments 2020 have been confirmed following the conclusion of the FIBA Women's Olympic Pre-Qualifying Tournaments 2019 in Africa, Americas, and Asia-Oceania. 

 

The national teams of Mozambique and Nigeria claimed the two spots reserved for Africa, the Americas tournaments saw Brazil, Canada, Puerto Rico and the United States advance, while Australia, China, Japan and Korea progressed from Asia-Oceania.

 

Six teams from Europe had already qualified previously via the FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019.

 

The 16 teams qualified for the FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments are:

 

:AUS Australia
:BEL Belgium (Host)
:BRA Brazil
:CAN Canada
:CHN China (Host)
:FRA France (Host)
:GBR Great Britain
:JPN Japan
:MOZ Mozambique
:NGR Nigeria
:PUR Puerto Rico
:SRB Serbia (Host)
:KOR South Korea
:ESP Spain
:SWE Sweden
:USA United States

 

As announced by the FIBA Executive Committee last Friday, the rights to host the FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments, set to take place from February 6 to 9, were awarded to the National Federations of Belgium (Ostend), China (Foshan), France (Bourges) and Serbia (Belgrade).

 

The official Draw Ceremony to sort the 16 teams into the four tournaments will take place at the Patrick Baumann House of Basketball, FIBA headquarters, on November 27, 2019.

 

The top three teams from each of these tournaments, consisting of four teams each, will qualify for the Olympics.

 

FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2018 champions USA and the hosts of the Olympic Games, Japan, will play in the qualification tournaments but will advance through to the Tokyo 2020 Women's Olympic Basketball Tournament regardless of their results.

 

The Draw Ceremony for the FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments be livestreamed via the FIBA YouTube channel and also the FIBA Facebook account.

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à l’instant, phelps a dit :

Field set for FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments 2020

 

All 16 teams that will compete in the FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments 2020 have been confirmed following the conclusion of the FIBA Women's Olympic Pre-Qualifying Tournaments 2019 in Africa, Americas, and Asia-Oceania. 

 

The national teams of Mozambique and Nigeria claimed the two spots reserved for Africa, the Americas tournaments saw Brazil, Canada, Puerto Rico and the United States advance, while Australia, China, Japan and Korea progressed from Asia-Oceania.

 

Six teams from Europe had already qualified previously via the FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019.

 

The 16 teams qualified for the FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments are:

 

:AUS Australia
:BEL Belgium (Host)
:BRA Brazil
:CAN Canada
:CHN China (Host)
:FRA France (Host)
:GBR Great Britain
:JPN Japan
:MOZ Mozambique
:NGR Nigeria
:PUR Puerto Rico
:SRB Serbia (Host)
:KOR South Korea
:ESP Spain
:SWE Sweden
:USA United States

 

As announced by the FIBA Executive Committee last Friday, the rights to host the FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments, set to take place from February 6 to 9, were awarded to the National Federations of Belgium (Ostend), China (Foshan), France (Bourges) and Serbia (Belgrade).

 

The official Draw Ceremony to sort the 16 teams into the four tournaments will take place at the Patrick Baumann House of Basketball, FIBA headquarters, on November 27, 2019.

 

The top three teams from each of these tournaments, consisting of four teams each, will qualify for the Olympics.

 

FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2018 champions USA and the hosts of the Olympic Games, Japan, will play in the qualification tournaments but will advance through to the Tokyo 2020 Women's Olympic Basketball Tournament regardless of their results.

 

The Draw Ceremony for the FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournaments be livestreamed via the FIBA YouTube channel and also the FIBA Facebook account.

Nations Favorites ?

I Would Like Qualified for Tokyo

:AUS Australia
:BEL Belgium
:BRA Brazil
:CAN Canada
:CHN China
:FRA France

:NGR Nigeria

:SRB Serbia
:KOR South Korea
:ESP Spain

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what ??? the top 3 from all 4 members groups will qualify ? really ?:roflmao:

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Just now, hckosice said:

what ??? the top 3 from all 4 members groups will qualify ? really ?:roflmao:

 

Correct.

 

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If already qualified teams (Japan, USA) are in your Olympic qualification group, then only 2 teams advance. :lol:

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Just now, dcro said:

 

Correct.

 

Shark Tank GIF by ABC Network

 

If already qualified teams (Japan, USA) are in your Olympic qualification group, then only 2 teams advance. :lol:

 

Cool, and it only cost 3 millions, right ? :lol:

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I don't think I realised before now that women's basketball doesn't have continental quotas.

 

Unless they put Mozambque and Nigera in the same group to ensure one African team is represented

 

 

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FIBA regulations say that in at least one tournament there must be two teams from a continent to respect the universality principle. But they also say that host teams are chosen after the draw so...

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