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# Name P Heigth DOB Place Of Birth Club
4 Marina
KUZINA
195cm
6'5"
19/07/1985 Moscow
 (RUS) 
NADEZHDA ORENBURG REGION (RUS) 
5 Oxana
RAKHMATULINA
PG 180cm
5'11"
07/12/1976 Alma-Ata
 (KAZ) 
UMMC Ekaterinburg (RUS) 
6 Natalya
VODOPYANOVA
SF/PF 190cm
6'3"
04/06/1981 St. Petersburg
 (RUS) 
UMMC Ekaterinburg (RUS) 
7 Becky
HAMMON
PG 175cm
5'9"
11/03/1977 Rapid City (USA)
 (USA) 
CSKA Moscow (RUS) 
8 Marina
KARPUNINA
SG 178cm
5'10"
21/03/1984 Moscow
 (RUS) 
Spartak Moscow Region (RUS) 
9 Tatiana
SHCHEGOLEVA
PF 194cm
6'4"
09/02/1982 Moscow
 (RUS) 
Spartak Moscow Region (RUS) 
10 Ilona
KORSTIN
SG 182cm
6'0"
30/05/1980 St. Petersburg
 (RUS) 
CSKA Moscow (RUS) 
11 Maria
STEPANOVA
C 203cm
6'8"
23/02/1979 Shpakovskoe
 (RUS) 
CSKA Moscow (RUS) 
12 Ekaterina
LISINA
C 205cm
6'9"
15/10/1987 Penza
 (RUS) 
CSKA Moscow (RUS) 
13 Irina
SOKOLOVSKAYA
SF/PF 187cm
6'2"
03/01/1983 Vologda
 (RUS) 
CSKA Moscow (RUS) 
14 Svetlana
ABROSIMOVA
SG/SF 188cm
6'2"
09/07/1980 St. Petersburg
 (RUS) 
UMMC Ekaterinburg (RUS) 
15 Irina
OSIPOVA
PF/C 196cm
6'5"
25/06/1981 Moscow
 (RUS) 
Spartak Moscow Region (RUS) 
Average height:  189cm/6'2"   
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Russia vs. USA 21/08/2008 USA/RUS – Americans dominate inside to beat Russia BEIJING (Olympics) – The United States faced some tricky moments against Russia but held their nerve and won 67-52 to advance to the final of the women’s basketball tournament at the Beijing  more »
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Australia vs. Russia 17/08/2008 AUS/RUS – Opals trail at half-time but destroy Russia BEIJING (Olympics) – Russia led world champions Australia by as many as 16 points in the first half but the Opals increased the intensity on defense and finally found a way to score in 75-55  more »
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Korea vs Russia 11/08/2008 RUS/KOR – Irina the great leads Russia past Korea BEIJING (Olympics) – It wasn’t pretty but Russia’s women beat Korea 77-72 for their second win at the Olympics. Irina Osipova had 11 points, nine rebounds and also came up with a key block with 29  more »
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09/08/2008 RUS/LAT – Russian fight back to beat Jansone-led Latvia BEIJING (Olympics) – Russia came from behind to beat Latvia 62-57 in the final game of the opening day’s play at the Olympics in China. The Latvians, who got a game-high 24 points from Liene Jansone,  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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beijing_o 24/07/2008 ESP/CZE/RUS/ISR – Spain, Czechs and Russians preparing in Moscow event MOSCOW (Olympics) - Spain’s women edged the Czech Republic 66-63 in their opening game at the Olympic warm-up tournament in Moscow but on Wednesday suffered a 69-58 defeat to Israel. Anna Montanana  more »
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