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SPAIN's ROSTER
# Name P Heigth DOB Place Of Birth Club
4 Laura
NICHOLLS
PF 190cm
6'3"
26/02/1989 Santander
 (ESP) 
AGÜ SPOR KULÜBÜ (TUR) 
5 Cindy
LIMA
C 196cm
6'5"
21/06/1981 Barcelona
 (ESP) 
TARSUS BELEDIYE SPOR KULÜBÜ (TUR) 
6 Tamara
ABALDE
PF 192cm
6'4"
06/02/1989 Vigo
 (ESP) 
Lamar University, NCAA (USA) 
7 Isabel
SANCHEZ
SG 179cm
5'10"
28/11/1976 Sevilla
 (ESP) 
Perfumerías Avenida (ESP) 
8 Lucila
PASCUA
C 196cm
6'5"
21/03/1983 Barcelona
 (ESP) 
WBC NOVI ZAGREB (CRO) 
9 Laia
PALAU
F 181cm
5'11"
10/09/1979 Barcelona
 (ESP) 
ZVVZ USK PRAHA (CZE) 
10 Elisa
AGUILAR
G 172cm
5'8"
15/10/1976 Madrid
 (ESP) 
SPARTA&K MOSCOW REGION - VIDNOJE (RUS) 
11 Núria
MARTÍNEZ
G 175cm
5'9"
29/02/1984 Vilassar de Mar
 (ESP) 
GALATASARAY ODEABANK (TUR) 
12 Ana
MONTAÑANA
PF 186cm
6'1"
24/10/1980 Valencia
 (ESP) 
Ros Casares (ESP) 
13 Amaya
VALDEMORO
F 183cm
6'0"
18/08/1976 Madrid
 (ESP) 
TARSUS BELEDIYE SPOR (TUR) 
14 Maria
REVUELTO
SF 182cm
6'0"
27/01/1982 Soria
 (ESP) 
CB San José (ESP) 
15 Alba
TORRENS
F 191cm
6'3"
30/08/1989 Binissalem
 (ESP) 
GALATASARAY ODEABANK (TUR) 
Average height:  185cm/6'1"   
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Russia vs. Spain 19/08/2008 ESP/RUS – Spain cave in as Hammon leads Russia into semi-final against America BEIJING (Olympics) – South Dakota’s Becky Hammon never played for the United States and now she’ll have a chance to beat them in the semi-finals at the Olympics after leading her adopted Russia to a  more »
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USA vs. Spain 17/08/2008 ESP/MLI – Amaya back in top form as Spain mash Mali in final group game BEIJING (Olympics) – Amaya Valdemoro was hampered by injuries in the build-up to the Olympics but the Spain veteran is starting to look like her old self again. Valdemoro, the most valuable player of  more »
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USA vs. Spain 15/08/2008 USA/ESP – Americans blow out Spain in second half BEIJING (Olympics) – Spain played as if an upset might be on the cards in the second quarter but forgot to show up for the second half and crashed to a heavy 93-55 defeat. Spain trailed 39-34 at  more »
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Spain vs Czech Republic 13/08/2008 ESP/CZE – Spain come alive in second quarter, blow out Czechs after half-time BEIJING (Olympics) – Spain overcame an early deficit and hammered the Czech Republic 74-55 in Group B of the Olympic women’s basketball tournament. Having suffered a narrow defeat to China in their  more »
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New Zealand vs Spain 11/08/2008 ESP/NZL – Sanchez, Spain cut down Tall Ferns on day two of women’s hoops BEIJING (Olympics) – Spain started strong and finished even stronger in an 85-62 triumph over New Zealand on day two of the women’s basketball tournament at the Olympics. Isa Sanchez scored 11 of her  more »
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USA vs Czech Republic 09/08/2008 USA/CZE – Americans overcome slow start and bounce the Czechs BEIJING (Olympics) – It took a while for the United States to get going but once Diana Taurasi and Tina Thompson sparked the team into life, there was no stopping the Americans. Taurasi finished with  more »
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Spain vs China 09/08/2008 CHN/ESP – China survive Torrens scoring blitz to win Beijing opener over Spain BEIJING (Olympics) – New Spain sensation Alba Torrens erupted for 18 points in the second half but China did just enough to hold on for a 67-64 triumph on the opening day of the Olympics. Bian Lan  more »
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Amaya VALDEMORO (ESP) 02/08/2008 ESP – Amaya plays down Spain chances MADRID (Olympics) - Spain superstar Amaya Valdemoro believes she and her teammates will have to do something extraordinary to reach the podium at the Beijing Games. The Spanish won silver at last  more »
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Nuria MARTINEZ (ESP) 28/07/2008 ESP – Martinez back for Spain as Perez cuts Dominguez MADRID (Olympics) – Nuria Martinez has recovered from the finger injury that kept her out of the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament and will play for Spain at the Beijing Games. Coach Evaristo Perez  more »
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alba torrens 25/07/2008 ESP/RUS – Spain whip Russia in women's warm-up MOSCOW (Olympics) – Spain newcomer Alba Torrens scored 18 points to her team to a 90-73 win over Russia on Thursday at the Moscow Tournament – a warm-up event for the Olympics. Anna Montanana had 17  more »
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