EuroBasket Women 1960

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EuroBasket 1960 Women
7th FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Bulgaria
Dates June 3–11
Teams 10
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Soviet Union (5th title)
Official website
Official website (archive)
1958
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The 1960 European Women's Basketball Championship was the 7th regional championship held by FIBA Europe for women. The competition was held in Sofia, Bulgaria and took place June 3–11, 1960. The Soviet Union won the gold medal, while hosts Bulgaria received the silver. Czechoslovakia won the bronze medal.

Preliminary round[edit]

The teams where divided into two groups. The first three from each group would go to the Final Round. The remaining teams went to the Classification Round to determine the 7th–10th spots.

Group A[edit]

Rank Team W L Pts Diff
1  Soviet Union 4 0 8 +153
2  Yugoslavia 3 1 7 −6
3  Romania 2 2 6 −14
4  Hungary 1 3 5 −48
5  Belgium 0 4 4 −85
June 3
16:00
Romania  55,  Hungary 46
Scoring by half: 27–18, 28–28
Pts: Kraus (12) Pts: Kalo (13)
June 3
17:00
Soviet Union  78,  Yugoslavia 35
Scoring by half: 29–18, 49–17
Pts: Kostikova (14) Pts: Mrak (13)
June 4
17:45
Soviet Union  89,  Belgium 44
Scoring by half: 43–18, 46–26
Pts: Eremina (20) Pts: Van Geert (13)
June 4
20:15
Yugoslavia  56,  Hungary 50
Scoring by half: 32–26, 24–24
Pts: Radovanovic (20) Pts: Mogyorosi-Korenne (12)
June 5
16:30
Hungary  53,  Belgium 41
Scoring by half: 28–16, 25–25
Pts: Noficzer (16) Pts: Vanderheyden (8)
June 5
20:15
Yugoslavia  59,  Romania 46
Scoring by half: 27–22, 32–24
Pts: Kalusevic (21) Pts: Firimide-Racovita (13)
June 6
18:30
Belgium  38,  Romania 48
Scoring by half: 23–19, 15–29
Pts: Vanderheyden (11) Pts: Ivanovici (10)
June 6
19:45
Hungary  32,  Soviet Union 77
Scoring by half: 16–35, 16–42
Pts: Kalo-Laborczne (10) Pts: Kostikova (21)
June 7
16:30
Belgium  39,  Yugoslavia 57
Scoring by half: 20–21, 19–36
Pts: Sey (13) Pts: Mrak (16)
June 7
17:45
Romania  40,  Soviet Union 60
Scoring by half: 18–30, 22–30
Pts: Marian (10) Pts: Kostikova (15)

Group B[edit]

Rank Team W L Pts Diff
1  Bulgaria 4 0 8 +91
2  Czechoslovakia 3 1 7 +76
3  Poland 2 2 6 −11
4  Italy 1 3 5 −41
5  Netherlands 0 4 4 −115
June 3
19:30
Bulgaria  87,  Netherlands 39
Scoring by half: 53–19, 34–20
Pts: Borisova (20) Pts: Wink-Duyf (7)
June 3
20:30
Czechoslovakia  64,  Poland 49
Scoring by half: 19–33, 45–16
Pts: Hubalkova (24) Pts: Kapalczynska-Roga (18)
June 4
16:30
Poland  55,  Netherlands 36
Scoring by half: 28–15, 27–21
Pts: Kapalczynska-Roga (14) Pts: Van Der Heyden (9)
June 4
19:00
Italy  40,  Czechoslovakia 71
Scoring by half: 21–35, 19–36
Pts: Ronchetti (12) Pts: Hubalkova (17)
June 5
17:45
Netherlands  42,  Italy 58
Scoring by half: 22–27, 20–31
Pts: Van Der Heyden (10) Pts: Geroni (11)
June 5
19:00
Bulgaria  66,  Poland 45
Scoring by half: 31–22, 35–23
Pts: Popova (18) Pts: Pabianczyk-Likszo (7)
June 6
16:00
Czechoslovakia  76,  Netherlands 44
Scoring by half: 37–29, 39–15
Pts: Hubalkova (12) Pts: Wink-Duyf (11)
June 6
17:15
Bulgaria  55,  Italy 35
Scoring by half: 32–12, 23–23
Pts: Calaskanova (13) Pts: Ronchetti (10)
June 7
19:00
Bulgaria  53,  Czechoslovakia 51
Scoring by half: 22–22, 31–29
Pts: Popova (19) Pts: Hubalkova (22)
June 7
20:15
Poland  51,  Italy 45
Scoring by half: 26–16, 25–29
Pts: Szostak (16) Pts: Ronchetti (15)

Classification Round[edit]

Rank Team W L Pts Diff
1  Italy 3 0 6 +29
2  Netherlands 2 1 5 +3
3  Hungary 1 2 4 +1
4  Belgium 0 3 3 −33

The results from the following matches were carried over to this round:

  • Italy vs. Netherlands
  • Hungary vs. Belgium
June 9
8:30
Italy  49,  Belgium 37
Scoring by half: 28–22, 21–15
Pts: Ronchetti (20) Pts: Blancke (10)
June 9
9:45
Hungary  38,  Netherlands 48
Scoring by half: 21–24, 17–24
Pts: Kalo (11) Pts: De Groot (13)
June 10
8:30
Netherlands  53,  Belgium 44
Scoring by half: 28–27, 25–17
Pts: De Groot (13) Pts: Blancke (9)
June 11
8:30
Italy  56,  Hungary 55 ()
Scoring by half: 28–31, 22–19 Overtime: 6–5
Pts: Ronchetti (16pts) Pts: Kalo (16pts)

Final round[edit]

Rank Team W L Pts Diff
1  Soviet Union 5 0 10 +92
2  Bulgaria 4 1 9 +97
3  Czechoslovakia 3 2 8 +28
4  Poland 2 3 7 −54
5  Yugoslavia 1 4 6 +8
6  Romania 0 5 5 −171

The results from the following matches carried over to this round:

  • Soviet Union vs. Yugoslavia
  • Soviet Union vs. Romania
  • Czechoslovakia vs. Bulgaria
  • Czechoslovakia vs. Poland
  • Poland vs. Bulgaria
  • Yugoslavia vs. Romania
June 9
17:00
Poland  50,  Romania 45
Scoring by half: 28–24, 22–21
Pts: Kapalczynska-Roga (18pts) Pts: Antonescu-Niculescu (9pts)
June 9
18:15
Bulgaria  47,  Yugoslavia 45
Scoring by half: 25–22, 22–23
Pts: Popova (16) Pts: Mrak (18)
June 9
19:30
Soviet Union  58,  Czechoslovakia 56
Scoring by half: 30–28, 28–28
Pts: Smildzinia-Budovska (15) Pts: Hubalkova (16)
June 10
17:00
Bulgaria  72,  Romania 51
Scoring by half: 35–21, 37–30
Pts: Popova (11) Pts: Antonescu-Niculescu (16)
June 10
18:15
Soviet Union  71,  Poland 26
Scoring by half: 36–10, 35–16
Pts: Nikitina (14) Pts: Rospondek-Sokul (13)
June 10
19:30
Czechoslovakia  74,  Yugoslavia 47
Scoring by half: 35–28, 39–19
Pts: Mazlova-Adamirova (16) Pts: Kalusevic (12)
June 11
16:00
Czechoslovakia  74,  Romania 39
Scoring by half: 44–16, 30–23
Pts: Trojkova-Sulcova (13) Pts: Firimide-Racovita (9)
June 11
17:15
Yugoslavia  45,  Poland 52
Scoring by half: 28–24, 17–28
Pts: Radovanovic (17) Pts: Kapalczynska-Roga (17)
June 11
18:30
Soviet Union  52,  Bulgaria 50 ()
Scoring by half: 13–22, 32–23 Overtime: 7–5
Pts: Smildzinia-Budovska (15) Pts: Borisova (14)

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team Record
1  Soviet Union 7–0
2  Bulgaria 6–1
3  Czechoslovakia 5–2
4  Poland 4–3
5  Yugoslavia 3–4
6  Romania 2–5
7  Italy 3–3
8  Netherlands 2–4
9  Hungary 1–5
10  Belgium 0–6

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