The 3×3 team, two victories away from the Olympic qualification

The 3×3 Spanish women’s team is two wins away from winning the ticket for the Tokyo Olympics. The team that Anna Junyer prepares won this Friday to China
Taipei already Austria to reach the quarterfinals, where they will be seen with Australia this Sunday from 1:10 p.m.

To beat the oceanic ones, Spain his first ticket option would be played in the semis, against the winner of the quarterfinal match that will face state
United and a selection yet to be decided. If he does not succeed, he would still have one more option in the match for third place since there are three teams that have access in this qualifying tournament.

After winning Italy and lose with Swiss, Spain met on Friday with convincing triumphs under the leadership of Aitana
caves in the inner game and Sandra
Ygueravide, very inspired by the launch of two points.

The fact is that the team formed by Vega Gimeno, Aitana Cuevas, Marta Canella and Sandra Ygueravide faces an all-or-nothing quarter-final. The rival, Australia, is number 2 in the FIBA ​​5×5 ranking and number 17 in the 3×3 ranking. They have come to Graz with high-level players in the 5×5.

Alice
Kunek She is the top scorer to date, but the Oceanic stand out as a block, with players of similar height to be able to change in all blocks. Maddie
Garrick, Bec
Cole Y Keely
Froling complete the quartet. They lost to Japan in the opening match (15-22), but beat Ukraine (15-12), Thailand (22-5) and Iran (22-2) consecutively.

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