FIBA Women's World League

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FIBA Women's World League was an annual women's basketball competition organised by FIBA from 2003 to 2007.

2006-07[1][edit]

Preliminary Round:

Group A (Shaoxing, China)

 China WCBA All-Stars
 Australia Canberra Capitals
 Lithuania TEO Vilnius
 Russia Baltiskaya Zwezda

Group B (Pecs, Hungary)

 Mali Djoliba AC
 Cuba Basketball Club Habana
 Hungary MiZo Pecs
 Chinese Taipei Team Chinese Taipei

Final Tournament (Ekaterinburg, Russia)

 Lithuania TEO Vilnius
 Cuba Basketball Club Habana
 China WCBA Select
 Australia Canberra Capitals
 Hungary MiZo Pecs
 Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg
 Russia CSKA Moscow
 United States USA All Stars

CSKA Moscow beat Team USA in the final game 75-65.

2005[edit]

The event was again held in Samara, Russia.

Participants:

 Brazil ADCF UNIMED de Ourinhos
 Cuba Basketball Club Habana
 China WCBA Select
 Australia Dandenong Rangers
 Czech Republic Gambrinus Brno
 Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg
 Russia VBM-SGAU
 South Korea WKBL Select

VBM-SGAU successfully accomplished a three-peat.

2004[edit]

Preliminary Round:

Group A (Taipei, Taiwan)

 Chinese Taipei Cathay Life Insurance
 Australia Dandenong Rangers
 South Korea WKBL Select
 Russia Baltiskaya Zwezda

Group B (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

 Brazil ADCF-Unimed
 Cuba Basketball Club Habana
 France US Valenciennes Olympic
 Nigeria First Bank

Final Tournament (St. Petersberg, Russia)

 Chinese Taipei Cathay Life Insurance
 Australia Dandenong Rangers
 South Korea WKBL Select
 Russia Baltiskaya Zwezda
 Brazil ADCF-Unimed
 Cuba Basketball Club Habana
 Russia VBM-SGAU
 Poland Lotus VBW Clima

VBM-SGAU beat Lotus VBW 83-67 in the final to retain the World Title.

2003[edit]

The event was held in Samara, Russia.

Participants:

 Russia VBM-SGAU
 South Korea Seoul Woori Bank
 USA WNBA Select
 Brazil Sao Paulo
 Australia Canberra Capitals
 Mozambique Mambas de Mozambique
 Russia UMMC Ekaterinburg
 France US Valenciennes Olympic

Behind Maria Stepanova's 17 points and 16 rebounds, host VBM-SGAU edged WNBA Select 72-68 in the final.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official Site