1970 South American Basketball Championship for Women

The 1970 South American Basketball Championship for Women was the 13th iteration of the tournament, which was hosted in Guayaquil, Ecuador. The winners were Brazil, who won their sixth title to date and fourth consecutive title.[1]

1970 South American Basketball Championship for Women
13th South American Basketball Championship for Women
Tournament details
Host nationEcuador
DatesSeptember 22 – October 3
Teams8
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Brazil
(6th title)
1967
1972 >

TournamentEdit

The tournament was held in a single round robin format among the eight competing teams. Brazil won all seven of their games.[2] The change in teams from the previous tournament was the return of the Colombian team after missing the previous tournament, as well as the Venezuelan team.[3]

ResultsEdit

Pos Team Pld W L GF GA GD Pts
1 Brazil   7 7 0 645 376 +269 14
2 Argentina   7 5 2 430 428 +2 12
3 Ecuador   7 4 3 418 363 +55 11
4 Chile   7 4 3 399 388 +11 11
5 Paraguay   7 4 3 458 480 −22 11
6 Peru   7 3 4 420 423 −3 10
7 Colombia   7 1 6 383 496 −113 8
8 Venezuela   7 0 7 371 570 −199 7
Updated to match(es) played on October 3 1970. Source: "archive.fiba.com: 1970 South American Championship for Women". archive.fiba.com. Retrieved 10 November 2021.

GamesEdit

Peru   80–52 Venezuela  
Ecuador   69–39 Colombia  
Argentina   76–63 Venezuela  
Chile   62–53 Paraguay  
Brazil   107–57 Peru  
Brazil   108–46 Venezuela  
Ecuador   68–64 Paraguay  
Chile   66–53 Colombia  
Argentina   63–55 Colombia  
Brazil   92–40 Paraguay  
Ecuador   38–44 Peru  
Argentina   59–54 Peru  
Brazil   84–54 Colombia  
Argentina   46–42 Chile  
Ecuador   80–47 Venezuela  
Paraguay   90–72 Venezuela  
Peru   78–52 Colombia  
Ecuador   60–48 Chile  
Chile   58–51 Peru  
Brazil   104–76 Argentina  
Paraguay   91–70 Colombia  
Argentina   50–47 Ecuador  
Colombia   60–45 Venezuela  
Paraguay   63–60 Argentina  
Brazil   79–47 Chile  
Chile   76–46 Venezuela  
Paraguay   57–56 Peru  
Brazil   71–56 Ecuador  

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "archive.fiba.com: 1970 South American Championship for Women". archive.fiba.com. Retrieved 10 November 2021.
  2. ^ "archive.fiba.com: 1970 South American Championship for Women". archive.fiba.com. Retrieved 10 November 2021.
  3. ^ "archive.fiba.com: 1968 South American Championship for Women". archive.fiba.com. Retrieved 10 November 2021.
  4. ^ "archive.fiba.com: 1970 South American Championship for Women". archive.fiba.com. Retrieved 10 November 2021.