2014 Women's World Wheelchair Basketball Championship

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2014 Women's World Wheelchair Basketball World Championship
2014 Women's World Wheelchair Basketball World Championship logo.png
Dates 20–28 June 2014
Competitors 12 teams
Nations 12
Venue Mattamy Athletic Centre
Location Toronto
The Mattamy Athletic Centre venue
Opening Ceremony
Maureen Orchard, president of the IWBF
Team USA
Australian Gliders

Separate men's and women's 2014 Wheelchair Basketball World Championship tournaments were held in 2014. The women's tournament was held at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto, Canada between 20 and 28 June 2014. It was the largest women's world championship in history, with 12 national teams participating. Each team selected a squad of 12 players for the tournament.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women's team  Canada

Elaine Allard
Janet McLachlan
Arinn Young
Cindy Ouellet
Tamara Steeves
Maude Jacques
Katie Harnock
Darda Sales
Tracey Ferguson
Jamey Jewells
Amanda Yan
Melanie Hawtin
Coach: Bill Johnson

 Germany

Mareike Adermann
Johanna Welin
Simone Kues
Edina Müller
Annika Zeyen
Laura Fürst
Gesche Schünemann
Maya Lindholm
Annabel Breuer
Annegret Brießmann
Marina Mohnen
Linda Dahle
Coach: Holger Glinicki

 Netherlands

Inge Huitzing
Lucie Houven
Jiske Visser
Roos Oosterbaan
Sanne Timmermann
Bo Kramer
Wendy van der Wahl
Cher Korver
Saskia Pronk
Barbara van Bergen
Carina de Rooij
Mariska Beijer
Coach: Gertjan van der Linden

Awards[edit]

Inge Huitzing (Netherlands) was named the most valuable player of the tournament. She was the tournament's top point scorer with 175 points, an average of 21.8 points per game. Janet McLachlan (Canada), Katie Harnock (Canada), Rebecca Murray (United States), Desiree Miller (United States) and Annika Zeyen (Germany) were named to the All Star Five.[2]

In addition, each team was asked to nominate a player from their team who exemplified the principles of true sport. The True Sport award recipients were: Leanne Del Toso (Australia), Perla Assuncão (Brazil), Katie Harnock (Canada), Yong Qing Fu (China), Emilie Menard (France), Annika Zeyen (Germany), Clare Griffiths (Great Britain), Kyoko Miura (Japan), Floralia Estrada (Mexico), Cher Korver (Netherlands), Pilar Jauregui (Peru), and Kimberly Champion (United States).[2]

Squads[edit]

There were 12 women's teams competing. Each team selected a squad of 12 players for the tournament. Athletes were given an eight-level-score specific to wheelchair basketball, ranging from 0.5 to 4.5. Lower scores represent a higher degree of disability. The sum score of all players on the court cannot exceed 14.[1]

Going into the tournament, the world rankings were:

  1.  Germany
  2.  Australia
  3.  Netherlands
  4.  United States
  5.  China
  6.  Canada
  7.  Great Britain
  8.  Mexico
  9.  Brazil
  10.  France

Qualification[edit]

The 12 teams qualified in a series of zone championships.

Event Date Location Vacancies Qualified
Host Nation 1  Canada
Reigning champion 1  United States
European Wheelchair Basketball Championship June 2013 Germany Frankfurt, Germany 4  Netherlands
 Germany
 Great Britain
 France
Asia-Oceania Zone Championships November 2013 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand 3  Australia
 China
 Japan
Americas Cup for Women July–August 2013 Colombia Bogota, Columbia 3  Brazil
 Mexico
 Peru
Total 12

No championship was held for the Africa zone, so its spot was allocated to the Americas.

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L Pts.
 Netherlands 5 5 0 10
 United States 5 4 1 9
 Australia 5 3 2 8
 France 5 2 3 7
 Mexico 5 1 4 6
 Peru 5 0 5 5
20 June 2014
08:00
Netherlands  89–5  Peru
Scoring by quarter: 20–2, 19–0, 28–2, 22–1
Pts: Bejer 18
Rebs: De Rooij 11
Asts: Huitzing 8
Pts: Jauregui 4
Rebs: Jauregui 4
Player of the game: Pilar Jauregui
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
20 June 2014
18:00
United States  68–52  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 14–9, 22–18, 15–15, 17–10
Pts: Murray 30
Rebs: Murray 8, Gaeng 8
Asts: Murray 4, Miller 4
Player of the game: Rebecca Murray
Pts: Merritt 14
Rebs: Nott 5
Asts: Chaplin 4
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
20 June 2014
20:00
Mexico  42–61  France
Scoring by quarter: 8–16, 10–12, 14–18, 10–15
Pts: Estrada 14
Rebs: Estrada 10
Asts: Vasquez 4
Pts: Saint Omer-Delepine 26
Rebs: Saint Omer-Delepine 11
Asts: Pichon 4
Player of the game: Fabienne Saint Omer-Delepine
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
21 June 2014
10:00
France  21–77  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 8–16, 3–14, 4–24, 6–23
Pts: Saint Omer-Delepine 6, Pichon 6
Rebs: Saint Omer-Delepine 8, Pichon 8
Asts: Pichon 2
Pts: Bejer 30
Rebs: Bejer 10
Asts: Korver 4
Player of the game: Mariska Beijer
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
21 June 2014
13:00
Mexico  29–64  United States
Scoring by quarter: 6–17, 9–20, 8–18, 6–9
Pts: Estrada 19
Rebs: Lopez 9
Asts: Lopez 3
Pts: Murray 26
Rebs: Courtney 5, Blunk 5
Asts: Gaeng 5, Soldan 4
Player of the game: Rebecca Murray
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
21 June 2014
18:00
Peru  10–90  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 4–17, 2–20, 2–18, 2–9
Pts: Tunqui 2
Rebs: Jauregui 7
Pts: O'Kelly-Kennedy 25
Rebs: O'Kelly-Kennedy 7
Asts: Kean 8
Player of the game: Kathleen O`Kelly-Kennedy
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
22 June 2014
8:00
Netherlands  71–32  Mexico
Scoring by quarter: 21–13, 16–8, 18–6, 16–5
Pts: Bejer 18, Huitzig 18
Rebs: Huitzig 7
Asts: Huitzig 9
Player of the game: Inge Huitzig
Pts: Estrada 22
Rebs: Torres 10
Asts: Vasquez 4
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
22 June 2014
10:00
Australia  59–47  France
Scoring by quarter: 7–10, 14–7, 18–15, 20–15
Pts: Merritt 27
Rebs: Crispin 8
Asts: Chaplin 8
Player of the game: Amber Merritt
Pts: Menard 10
Rebs: Saint Omer-Delepine 5, Menard 5
Asts: Menard 7
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
22 June 2014
13:00
United States  95–14  Peru
Scoring by quarter: 40–0, 24–2, 14–6, 17–6
Pts: Champion 17, Hollermann 16
Rebs: Champion 6, Blunk 6, Ryan 6
Asts: Murray 6
Player of the game: Courtney Ryan
Pts: Jauregui 10
Rebs: Jauregui 7
Asts: Jauregui 1, Oblitas 1
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
23 June 2014
8:00
Peru  15–68  France
Scoring by quarter: 5–21, 6–13, 2–19, 2–15
Pts: Jauregui 5
Rebs: Jauregui 12
Asts: Jauregui 2
Pts: Pichon 16
Rebs: Pichon 10
Asts: Pichon 4
Player of the game: Emilie Menard
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
23 June 2014
15:00
Mexico  30–60  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 2–21, 8–16, 8–9, 12–12
Pts: Estrada 14
Rebs: Torres 6, Estrada 6, Vasquez 6
Asts: Estrada 3, Vasquez 3
Pts: Merritt 12
Rebs: Merritt 8
Asts: Chaplin 6
Player of the game: Shelley Chaplin
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
23 June 2014
18:00
United States  54–76  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 11–25, 16–14, 16–16, 11–21
Pts: Miller 17
Rebs: Murray 8
Asts: Murray 6
Pts: Beijer 23
Rebs: Beijer 11
Asts: Huitzing 13
Player of the game: Roos Oosterbaan
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
24 June 2014
8:00
 Peru 24–63 Mexico 
Scoring by quarter: 10–15, 4–26, 8–14, 2–8
Pts: Tunqui 10
Rebs: Sanabria 5
Asts: Jauregui 4
Pts: Estrada 27
Rebs: Estrada 11
Asts: Estrada 4, Torres 4
Player of the game: Floralia Estrada
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
24 June 2014
10:00
France  35–74  United States
Scoring by quarter: 7–23, 8–14, 11–19, 9–18
Pts: Pichon 19
Rebs: Menard 8
Asts: Pichon 2, Saint Omer-Delepine
Pts: Murray 25, Miller 20
Rebs: Murray 9, Miller 8
Asts: Murray 5
Player of the game: Desiree Miller
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
24 June 2014
20:00
Australia  38–47  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 16–12, 11–13, 6–14, 5–8
Pts: Stewart 10
Rebs: Kean 5
Asts: Gauci 6
Pts: Huitzing 19
Rebs: Korver 15
Asts: Huitzing 6
Player of the game: Amber Merritt
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L Pts.
 Germany 5 5 0 10
 Canada 5 4 1 9
 Great Britain 5 3 2 8
 China 5 2 3 7
 Japan 5 1 4 6
 Brazil 5 0 5 5
20 June 2014
8:00
Great Britain  56–37  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 16–6, 12–13, 16–14, 12–10
Pts: Freeman 20
Rebs: Freeman 11
Asts: Freeman 8
Player of the game: Amy Conroy
Pts: Assuncao 10, Martins 10
Rebs: Martins 8
Asts: Assuncao 6
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
20 June 2014
13:00
Canada  83–53  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 25–12, 17–18, 19–11, 22–12
Pts: McLachlan 28, Harnock 25
Rebs: McLachlan 21
Asts: Ouellet 10
Player of the game: Katie Harnock
Pts: Amimoto 18
Rebs: Amimoto 10
Asts: Mashiko 4
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
20 June 2014
15:00
Germany  59–45  China
Scoring by quarter: 20–11, 14–8, 18–16, 7–10
Pts: Mohnen 19, Zeyen 17
Rebs: Adermann 5
Asts: Zeyen 4, Mohnen 4
Player of the game: Annika Zeyen
Pts: Jiameng 12, Long 10
Rebs: Fu 8
Asts: Long 3, Deng 3
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
21 June 2014
8:00
China  59–45  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 18–13, 18–8, 12–13
Pts: Fu 29
Rebs: Jiameng 14, Fu 13
Asts: Long 6
Player of the game: Yong Qing Fu
Pts: Amimoto 22
Rebs: Amimoto 15
Asts: Amimoto 7
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
21 June 2014
15:00
Brazil  25–63  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 11–26, 6–16, 2–11, 6–10
Pts: Assuncao 11
Rebs: Sales 11
Asts: Santana 4
Pts: McLachan 21
Rebs: McLachan 13
Asts: McLachan 4
Player of the game: Janet McLachlan
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
21 June 2014
20:00
Great Britain  33–55  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 10–17, 8–14, 9–10, 6–14
Pts: Freeman 14
Rebs: Williams 5
Asts: Freeman 4, Griffiths 4
Pts: Schuenemann 26
Rebs: Schuenemann 11
Asts: Schuenemann 3
Player of the game: Gesche Schuenemann
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
22 June 2014
15:00
Canada  76–53  China
Scoring by quarter: 18–10, 25–16, 29–13, 14–14
Pts: McLachan 27
Rebs: McLachan 17
Asts: Oullet 12
Player of the game: Janet McLachlan
Pts: Fu 15
Rebs: Fu 9
Asts: Long 9
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
22 June 2014
18:00
Brazil  40–74  Germany
Scoring by quarter: 10–17, 8–14, 9–10, 6–14
Pts: Martins 8
Rebs: Martins 5
Pts: Adermann 29
Rebs: Adermann 19
Asts: Lindholm 7
Player of the game: Mareike Adermann
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
22 June 2014
20:00
Japan  48–62  Great Britain
Scoring by quarter: 12–18, 10–10, 8–18, 18–18
Pts: Amimoto 25
Rebs: Mashiko 10
Asts: Mashiko 4
Pts: Hamer 26
Rebs: Hamer 7, Williams 7
Asts: Freeman 9
Player of the game: Judith Hamer
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
23 June 2014
10:00
Great Britain  64–47  China
Scoring by quarter: 15–15, 16–10, 23–8, 10–14
Pts: Freeman 36
Rebs: Conroy 11
Asts: Freeman 6
Player of the game: Helen Freeman
Pts: Fu 12
Rebs: Fu 8
Asts: Long 7
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
23 June 2014
13:00
Japan  63–52  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 18–11, 13–13, 16–13, 16–15
Pts: Amimoto 37
Rebs: Amimoto
Asts: Mashiko 8
Player of the game: Mari Amimoto
Pts: Almeida 12
Rebs: Assuncao 6
Asts: Andrade Santos 4
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
23 June 2014
20:00
Germany  64–53  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 18–15, 13–10, 18–8, 15–14
Pts: Schuenemann 28
Rebs: Schuenemann 10
Asts: Zeyen 7
Player of the game: Marina Mohnen
Pts: Ouellet 16
Rebs: McLachlan 15
Asts: Ouellet 5
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
24 June 2014
13:00
Germany  82–49  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 19–12, 17–14, 22–9, 24–14
Pts: Adermnn 23
Rebs: Adermann 9
Asts: Schuenemann 6
Player of the game: Simone Kues
Pts: Amimoto 20
Rebs: Amimoto 8
Asts: Amimoto 5
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
24 June 2014
15:00
China  75–44  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 22–8, 12–14, 22–12, 19–10
Pts: Fu 34
Rebs: Fu 7, Zheng 7
Asts: Long 10
Player of the game: Yun Long
Pts: Almeida 17
Rebs: Almeida 6
Asts: Assuncao 7
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
24 June 2014
18:00
Canada  59–52  Great Britain
Scoring by quarter: 12–11, 13–15, 15–14, 19–12
Pts: McLachlan 28
Rebs: McLachlan 15
Asts: Ouellet 7
Player of the game: Janet McLachlan
Pts: Conroy 18
Rebs: Freeman 9, Williams 8
Asts: Freeman 13
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto

Finals[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
26 June 2014        
  Germany  70
27 June 2014
  France  25  
  Germany  68
26 June 2014
    United States  58  
  United States  53
28 June 2014
  Great Britain  41  
  Germany  50
26 June 2014
    Canada  54
  Netherlands  62
27 June 2014
  China  52  
  Netherlands  74 Third place
26 June 2014
    Canada  75  
  Canada  63   Netherlands  74
  Australia  47     United States  58
28 June 2014
11th vs 12th place game
26 June 2014
8:00
 Peru 8–88 Brazil 
Scoring by quarter: 0–14, 0–22, 4–26, 4–26
Pts: Garcia 2, Sanabria 2
Rebs: Jauregui 10
Asts: Jauregui 1
Pts: Santana 29, Almeida 22, Assancao 20
Rebs: Almeida 7
Asts: Assancao 10
Player of the game: Perla Assancao
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
9th vs 10th place game
26 June 2014
10:00
 Mexico 40–68 Japan 
Scoring by quarter: 12–16, 14–16, 8–17, 6–19
Pts: Vasquez 17, Estrada 16
Rebs: Vasquez 8, Estrada 7
Asts: Estrada 4
Pts: Amimoto 26
Rebs: Amimoto 10
Asts: Amimoto 10
Player of the game: Mayo Hagino
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
1st Quarterfinal
26 June 2014
13:00
 Germany 70–25 France 
Scoring by quarter: 23–1, 16–9, 10–8, 21–7
Pts: Adermann 27, Mohnen 26
Rebs: Adermann 11
Asts: Adermann 3, Zeyen 3, Mohnen 3
Player of the game: Mareike Adermann
Pts: Laurent 8
Rebs: Menard 5
Asts: Saint Omer-Delepine 2, Delphine 2
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
2nd Quarterfinal
26 June 2014
13:00
 Netherlands 62–52 China 
Scoring by quarter: 15–12, 21–12, 12–14, 14–14
Pts: Huitzing 28, Beijer 20
Rebs: Beijer 9, Huitzing 8, Korver 8
Asts: Huitzing 8
Player of the game: Inge Huitzing
Pts: Fu 24, Dai 22
Rebs: Fu 11, Dai 10
Asts: Long 6
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
3rd Quarterfinal
26 June 2014
18:00
 Canada 63–47 Australia 
Scoring by quarter: 19–14, 14–15, 20–8, 10–10
Pts: Ouellet 20, McLachlan 17, Harnock 17
Rebs: McLachlan 15
Asts: Ouellet 7
Player of the game: Cindy Ouellet
Pts: Stewart 12
Rebs: Stewart 6
Asts: Gauci 7
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
4th Quarterfinal
26 June 2014
20:00
 United States 53–41 Great Britain 
Scoring by quarter: 13–8, 14–10, 11–12, 15–11
Pts: Murray 15, Gaeng 15
Rebs: Gaeng 11
Asts: Murray 7
Player of the game: Gail Gaeng
Pts: Hamer 14
Rebs: Freeman 10
Asts: Freeman 7
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
1st Consolation
27 June 2014
13:00
 Great Britain 58–41 France 
Scoring by quarter: 9–9, 18–10, 10–14, 21–8
Pts: Freeman 29
Rebs: Freeman 5
Asts: Freeman 6
Player of the game: Helen Freeman
Pts: Saint Omer-Delepine 18
Rebs: Saint Omer-Delepine 15
Asts: Saint Omer-Delepine 3, Pichon 3
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
2nd Consolation
27 June 2014
15:00
 Australia 62–57 China 
Scoring by quarter: 13–12, 19–17, 18–11, 12–17
Pts: Merritt 24, Stewart 16, Gauci 14
Rebs: Merrit 7
Asts: Gauci 10
Player of the game: Kylie Gauci
Pts: Dai 21
Rebs: Dai 7
Asts: Long 10
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
1st Semifinal
27 June 2014
18:00
 Netherlands 74–75 Canada 
Scoring by quarter: 20–16, 20–18, 12–17, 22–24
Pts: Huitzing 33, Beijer 28
Rebs: Beijer 10, Huitzing 8
Asts: Korver 8
Pts: McLachlan 25, Harnock 22, Ouelleit 16
Rebs: McLachlan 18
Asts: Ouelleit 14
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
2nd Semifinal
27 June 2014
20:00
 Germany 68–58 United States 
Scoring by quarter: 21–18, 11–18, 14–12, 22–12
Pts: Mohnen 27
Rebs: Mohnen 10
Asts: Mohnen 5, Zeyen 5
Pts: Hollermann 25
Rebs: Hollermann 8
Asts: Murray 10
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
7th vs 8th place game
28 June 2014
8:00
 China 64–30 France 
Scoring by quarter: 21–5, 17–15, 13–2, 13–8
Pts: Dai 23
Rebs: Fu 11
Asts: Long 7
Pts: Saint Omer-Delepine 10, Pichin 10
Rebs: Saint Omer-Delepine 10
Asts: Pichon 10
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
5th vs 6th place game
28 June 2014
10:00
 Australia 70–77 OT Great Britain 
Scoring by quarter: 16–18, 12–17, 20–14, 16–15, OT: 6–13
Pts: Merritt 32
Rebs: Crispin 8
Asts: Del Toso 7, Chaplin 6
Pts: Freeman 41
Rebs: Freeman 11
Asts: Freeman 10
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
Bronze medal game
28 June 2014
13:00
 Netherlands 74–58 United States 
Scoring by quarter: 13–16, 16–12, 18–10, 27–20
Pts: Huitzing 43
Rebs: Huitzing 9, Beijer 8
Asts: Korver 6
Pts: Murray 22
Rebs: Hollermann 13
Asts: Murray 9
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto
Gold medal game
28 June 2014
15:00
 Germany 50–54 Canada 
Scoring by quarter: 12–11, 10–14, 14–14, 14–15
Pts: Mohnen 20
Rebs: Zeyen 7
Asts: Zeyen 7
Pts: McLachlan 15, Ouellet 15
Rebs: McLachlan 19
Asts: Ouellet
Mattamy Athletic Centre, Toronto


 2014 Women's World Wheelchair Basketball Championship 

Canada
5th title

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team
1  Canada
2  Germany
3  Netherlands
4  United States
5  Great Britain
6  Australia
7  China
8  France
9  Japan
10  Mexico
11  Brazil
12  Peru

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "2014 Women's Wheelchair Basketball World Championship Media Guide". Wheelchair Basketball Canada. Retrieved 20 June 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "2014 Women’s World Championship Award Winners Announced". Wheelchair Basketball Canada. June 28, 2014. Retrieved July 26, 2014. 

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