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The 2003 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 2003, was the 29th regional championship held by FIBA Europe. The competition was held in Greece and took place from September 19 to September 28, 2003. Russia won the gold medal and Czech Republic the silver medal while Spain won the bronze. Lucie Blahůšková from Czech Republic was named the tournament MVP.

EuroBasket 2003 Women
29th FIBA European Women's
Basketball Championship
EuroBasket 2003 Women logo.jpg
Tournament details
Host nation Greece
Dates September 19 – September 28
Teams 12 (from 49 federations)
Champions  Russia (1st title)
MVP Lucie Blahůšková
Official website
Official website (archive)
2001
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Contents

Participating TeamsEdit

VenuesEdit

QualificationEdit

SquadsEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

Group A (Pyrgos)Edit

Team Pts. Pld W L PF PA Diff
1.   Czech Republic 10 5 5 0 435 336 +99
2.   France 8 5 3 2 386 346 +40
3.   Poland 8 5 3 2 353 309 +44
4.   Serbia and Montenegro 8 5 3 2 374 352 +22
5.   Greece 6 5 1 4 321 362 -41
6.   Israel 5 5 0 5 293 457 -164

Group B (Amaliada)Edit

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA Pts
1.   Spain 10 5 5 0 359 300 +59
2.   Slovakia 8 5 3 2 345 340 +5
3.   Russia 8 5 3 2 348 308 +40
4.   Belgium 7 5 2 3 355 377 -22
5.   Hungary 7 5 2 3 299 319 -20
6.   Ukraine 5 5 0 5 301 363 -62

Knockout stageEdit

Championship bracketEdit

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
September 26, 2003        
   France  66
September 27, 2003
   Russia  79  
   Russia  78
September 26, 2003
     Spain  71  
   Spain  76
September 28, 2003
   Serbia and Montenegro  64  
   Czech Republic  56
September 26, 2003
     Russia  59
   Czech Republic  98
September 27, 2003
   Belgium  62  
   Poland  66 Third place
September 26, 2003
     Czech Republic  74  
   Slovakia  61    Poland  81
   Poland  78      Spain  87
September 28, 2003

5th place bracketEdit

Semi-finals Fifth place
September 27, 2003 - Patras
    France   83  
    Serbia and Montenegro   61  
 
September 27, 2003 - Patras
        Belgium   75
      France   94
Seventh place
September 27, 2003 - Patras September 27, 2003 - Patras
    Slovakia   80     Slovakia   68
    Belgium   86       Serbia and Montenegro   67

9th place bracketEdit

Semi-finals Ninth place
September 26, 2003 - Patras
    Greece   76  
    Ukraine   68  
 
September 27, 2003 - Patras
        Greece   85
      Hungary   83
Twelfth place
September 26, 2003 - Patras September 27, 2003 - Patras
    Hungary   85     Ukraine   107
    Israel   77       Israel   87


 2003 FIBA European Champions 
 
Russia
1st title

Final standingsEdit

Place Team W-L
1   Russia 6–2
2   Czech Republic 7–1
3   Spain 7–1
4   Poland 4–4
5   France 5–3
6   Belgium 3–5
7   Slovakia 4–4
8   Serbia and Montenegro 3–5
9   Greece 3–4
10   Hungary 2–5
11   Ukraine 1–6
12   Israel 0–7

ReferencesEdit