2012 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Women

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The 2012 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Women was a women's basketball tournament that consisted of 12 national teams, where the top five teams earned a place in the 2012 Olympics basketball tournament. It was held on 25 June – 1 July 2012 at the Ankara Arena in Ankara, Turkey.[1][2]

Qualification[edit]

Competition Vacancies Qualified
2011 FIBA European Championship 4 teams  Turkey
 France
 Czech Republic
 Croatia
2011 FIBA Americas Championship 3 teams  Argentina
 Canada
 Puerto Rico
2011 FIBA African Championship 2 teams  Mali
 Mozambique
2011 FIBA Asian Championship 2 teams  Japan
 South Korea
2011 FIBA Oceania Championship 1 team  New Zealand
  • Cuba renounced the right to compete in the World Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Women. In these circumstances, the FIBA has chosen Puerto Rico, the best team in the Americas Championship after Cuba.
  • Senegal and Nigeria renounced the right to compete in the World Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Women. In these circumstances, the FIBA has chosen Mozambique, the best team in the African Championship after Senegal and Nigeria.

Format[edit]

The 12 teams were divided into four groups (Groups A–D) for the preliminary round. The top two teams from each group qualified for the knockout round. All four quarterfinal winners advanced to the Olympics, the four quarterfinal losers played two rounds to allocate the final slot.[3]

Squads[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Qualified for the quarterfinals

All times are local (UTC+3)

Group A[edit]

Team W L PCT PF PA Diff Pts.
 Turkey 2 0 1.000 130 102 +28 4
 Japan 1 1 .500 128 135 −7 3
 Puerto Rico 0 2 .000 123 144 −21 2
25 June
19:00
Puerto Rico  53–65  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 12–24, 10–11, 17–15, 14–15
Pts: Sepúlveda 20
Rebs: Rosado, Sepúlveda 6
Asts: Sepúlveda, Cortijo 3
Pts: Palazoğlu, Hollingsworth 13
Rebs: Hollingsworth 9
Asts: Çağlar 4
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Srdan Dozai (CRO), Jasmina Juras (SRB), Naftal Candido Chongo (MOZ)
26 June
19:00
Turkey  65–49  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 16–8, 20–15, 16–16, 13–10
Pts: Yılmaz 16
Rebs: Çağlar 8
Asts: Vardarlı, Yılmaz 5
Pts: Mamiya 17
Rebs: Yoshida 8
Asts: Yoshida 5
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Roberto Chiari (ITA), Amy Lynn Bonner (USA), Rafael Britanico (PHI)
27 June
16:45
Japan  79–70  Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 19–11, 11–17, 22–15, 27–27
Pts: Mamiya 29
Rebs: Mamiya 15
Asts: Yoshida 7
Pts: Sepúlveda 24
Rebs: Placido 10
Asts: Rosado 4
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Srdan Dozai (CRO), Elias Koromilas (GRE), Yudith Hodelin Mendoza (CUB)

Group B[edit]

Team W L PCT PF PA Diff Pts.
 Czech Republic 2 0 1.000 138 105 +33 4
 Argentina 1 1 .500 108 119 −11 3
 New Zealand 0 2 .000 102 124 −22 2
25 June
16:45
Czech Republic  70–51  New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 20–6, 24–19, 10–10, 16–16
Pts: Vitecková 22
Rebs: Kulichová 13
Asts: Horáková 4
Pts: Harmon 9
Rebs: Harmon 7
Asts: Cocks 3
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Rafael Britanico (PHI), Amy Lynn Bonner (USA), Keming Wen (CHN)
26 June
16:45
New Zealand  51–54  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 16–14, 12–18, 9–11, 14–11
Pts: Taylor 19
Rebs: four players 6
Asts: Mellars 2
Pts: Sánchez 16
Rebs: Burani 10
Asts: three players 2
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Srdan Dozai (CRO), Elias Koromilas (GRE), Jasmina Juras (SRB)
27 June
19:00
Argentina  54–68  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 9–19, 13–11, 11–24, 23–14
Pts: Gretter 13
Rebs: Cabrera 5
Asts: Pavón 2
Pts: Kulichová 13
Rebs: Kulichová 20
Asts: Horáková, Hanušová 3
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Roberto Chiari (ITA), Amy Lynn Bonner (USA), Timothy Andrew Frederick Brown (NZL)

Group C[edit]

Team W L PCT PF PA Diff Pts.
 Croatia 2 0 1.000 167 137 +30 4
 South Korea 1 1 .500 146 148 −2 3
 Mozambique 0 2 .000 127 155 −28 2
25 June
14:30
Croatia  84–62  Mozambique
Scoring by quarter: 27–12, 15–13, 15–20, 27–17
Pts: Lelas 20
Rebs: Salopek 9
Asts: Jelavić 9
Pts: Machanguana 23
Rebs: Machanguana 13
Asts: Ngulela 5
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Roberto Chiari (ITA), Jose Martin (ESP), Timothy Andrew Frederick Brown (NZL)
26 June
14:30
Mozambique  65–71  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 19–19, 18–16, 13–17, 15–19
Pts: Dongue 16
Rebs: Dongue 10
Asts: Ngulela 7
Pts: Sin Jung-Ja 25
Rebs: Sin Jung-Ja 11
Asts: Choi Yoon-Ah 6
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Heros Avanesian (IRI), Zdravko Rutesic (MNE), Yudith Hodelin Mendoza (CUB)
27 June
14:30
South Korea  75–83  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 19–16, 13–23, 19–19, 24–25
Pts: Beon Yeon-Ha 19
Rebs: Sin Jung-Ja 13
Asts: Choi Yoon-Ah 5
Pts: Vrsaljko 26
Rebs: Salopek, Vrsaljko 7
Asts: four players 4
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Naftal Candido Chongo (MOZ), Jose Martin (ESP), Heros Avanesian (IRI)

Group D[edit]

Team W L PCT PF PA Diff Pts.
 France 2 0 1.000 143 80 +63 4
 Canada 1 1 .500 136 79 +57 3
 Mali 0 2 .000 56 176 −120 2
25 June
21:15
Mali  23–89  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 6–22, 4–24, 4–19, 9–24
Pts: N. Traore 7
Rebs: Sininta 9
Asts: Gandega, Sininta 1
Pts: Pilypaitis 15
Rebs: Smith, Tatham 8
Asts: Pilypaitis 10
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Elias Koromilas (GRE), Zdravko Rutesic (MNE), Heros Avanesian (IRI)
26 June
21:15
Canada  47–56  France
Scoring by quarter: 11–21, 13–14, 12–13, 11–8
Pts: Thorburn, Tatham 7
Rebs: Phillips 8
Asts: four players 2
Pts: Yacoubou 15
Rebs: Gruda, Ndongue 6
Asts: Dumerc 5
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Jose Martin (ESP), Timothy Andrew Frederick Brown (NZL), Naftal Candido Chongo (MOZ)
27 June
21:15
France  87–33  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 18–10, 23–7, 28–5, 18–11
Pts: Miyem 17
Rebs: Miyem, Godin 10
Asts: Dumerc 8
Pts: N. Traore 14
Rebs: A. Traore 5
Asts: Gandega, Sininta 1
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Jasmina Juras (SRB), Rafael Britanico (PHI), Keming Wen (CHN)

Knockout stage[edit]

Note: Italicized teams qualify for the Olympics.
Quarterfinals
June 29
Semifinals
(quarterfinal losers)
June 30
Final
July 1
                 
A1  Turkey 72
B2  Argentina 58
B2  Argentina 41
D2  Canada 58
C1  Croatia 59
D2  Canada 56
D2  Canada 71
A2  Japan 63
B1  Czech Republic 53
A2  Japan 47
A2  Japan 79
C2  South Korea 51
D1  France 80
C2  South Korea 63

Quarterfinals[edit]

29 June
14:30
Croatia  59–56  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 17–16, 16–10, 8–20, 18–10
Pts: Ivezić 12
Rebs: Ivanković, Ivezić 5
Asts: Jelavić 5
Pts: Pilypaitis 11
Rebs: Gabriele, Smith 7
Asts: four players 2
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Roberto Chiari (ITA), Amy Lynn Bonner (USA), Keming Wen (CHN)
29 June
16:45
Czech Republic  53–47  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 17–4, 12–14, 14–13, 10–16
Pts: Kulichová 14
Rebs: Kulichová 15
Asts: Elhotová 5
Pts: Mamiya 16
Rebs: Mamiya 4
Asts: Yoshida 5
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Elias Koromilas (GRE), Jasmina Juras (SRB), Heros Avanesian (IRI)
29 June
19:00
Turkey  72–58  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 14–8, 21–7, 20–25, 17–18
Pts: Yılmaz 17
Rebs: Hollingsworth 8
Asts: Vardarlı 11
Pts: Gretter 17
Rebs: Burani 7
Asts: Gretter 2
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Srdan Dozai (CRO), Jose Martin (ESP), Yudith Hodelin Mendoza (CUB)
29 June
21:15
France  80–63  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 19–20, 20–10, 21–12, 20–21
Pts: Gruda 19
Rebs: Yacoubou 10
Asts: Lawson-Wade 8
Pts: Sin Jung-Ja 17
Rebs: Sin Jung-Ja 6
Asts: Sin Jung-Ja 3
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Zdravko Rutesic (MNE), Rafael Britanico (PHI), Timothy Andrew Frederick Brown (NZL)

Semifinals[edit]

30 June
18:00
Japan  79–51  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 29–4, 18–16, 18–13, 14–18
Pts: Oga 20
Rebs: Mamiya 8
Asts: Yoshida, Oga 6
Pts: Sin Jung-Ja 17
Rebs: Sin Jung-Ja 9
Asts: Han Chae-Jin 3
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Srdan Dozai (CRO), Amy Lynn Bonner (USA), Yudith Hodelin Mendoza (CUB)
30 June
20:15
Argentina  41–58  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 15–16, 4–10, 6–10, 16–22
Pts: Boquete 11
Rebs: Pavón 7
Asts: González 3
Pts: Pilypaitis 12
Rebs: four players 6
Asts: Gabriele, Thorburn 4
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Roberto Chiari (ITA), Timothy Andrew Frederick Brown (NZL), Jasmina Juras (SRB)

Final[edit]

1 July
18:00
Canada  71–63  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 21–11, 16–20, 15–11, 19–21
Pts: Pilypaitis 21
Rebs: Phillips 8
Asts: Pilypaitis 6
Pts: Takada, Mamiya 14
Rebs: Takada 8
Asts: Yoshida 13
Ankara, Turkey
Referees: Jose Martin (ESP), Elias Koromilas (GRE), Naftal Candido Chongo (MOZ)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIBA - Venezuela and Turkey to host 2012 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments" (Press release). FIBA. 2011-12-10. Retrieved 2011-12-30. 
  2. ^ "Londra'ya son 5 bilet sahibini arıyor". Hürriyet (in Turkish). 2012-06-23. Retrieved 2012-06-28. 
  3. ^ "2012 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Women, Turkey". FIBA. Retrieved 12 June 2012. 

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