‘Let’s go to the Women’s Basketball World Cup!’ Women’s National Basketball Team calls up full squad, even ‘overseas’ Park Ji-hyun

Korea Women’s National Basketball Team sets its sights on the Basketball World Cup.

The Korea Basketball Association (KBA) on Tuesday convened 11 members of the coaching staff, support staff and players for an intensive training session to prepare for the 2026 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup Qualifiers.

Park Ji-hyun (Bankstown Bruins), who plays for Australia, will fly to South Korea after playing in the final regular season game and 카지노 커뮤니티 will join the squad on Sept. 17.

Lee Da-yeon (Woori Bank), who was originally included in the 12-player roster, was withdrawn from the squad due to injury. Kang Yoo-rim (Samsung Life Insurance) is the newest addition. After convening on Tuesday, the team will continue to train for a month before departing for Mexico on Aug. 16, where the 2026 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup Qualifiers will be held.

The 2026 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup Preliminary Round will feature the four finalists from the Paris 2024 Olympic Games and the 12 runners-up from the 2023 FIBA Continental Championships who failed to qualify for the Olympic Games. After a four-team, four-group qualifying round, the top two teams from each group will advance to the knockout round.

Four teams from Group A (Mali, Czech Republic, South Korea, and Venezuela), four teams from Group B (Mexico, Montenegro, New Zealand, and Mozambique), and eight teams from Group C (four teams from Group C and four teams from Group D) will play in Mexico, while the remaining eight teams will play in Rwanda. The winner of each tournament will earn a spot in the final World Cup qualifiers.

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