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The 12 of Mali for pre-qualifying Zone Africa for the Tokyo Olympics 2020

THE LIST OF 12 PLAYERS PRESELECTED BY COACH SYLVAIN LAUTIÉ FOR THE PRE-ELIMINATING TOURNAMENT AFRICA AREA FOR THE TOKYO 2020 Olympic Qualifying Tournament (TQO) WAS KNOWN.

After qualifying for the pre-qualifiers for Africa Zone for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, by qualifying for the semifinals of the women’s Afrobasket, there is a little more than 3 months in Dakar, the team of starts in two days a qualifying pre-qualifying tournament for the TQO.

National coach Silvain Lautié has finally selected 12 players who lack a local group, will have to directly join Maputo the Mozambican capital.

LIST OF 12 PRESELECTED FOR ELIMINATORY AFRICAN OLYMPIC QUALIFYING TOURNAMENT AREA:
TOUTY GANDEGA (ANGERS, FRANCE), KOUTA CAMARA (FRANCE), GOUNDO DIALLO (STE SAVINE , FRANCE), MEIYA TIRERA (VALENCIA BC, SPAIN), MARIAM ALOU COULIBALY (LANDERNEAU BRITTANY , FRANCE), KADIDIA MAIGA (DAKAR UNIVERSITY CLUB , SENEGAL), DJÉNÉBA N’DIAYE (MOROCCO), NASSIRA TRAORÉ (FRANCE), AISSATA B MAIGA (AS POLICE, MALI), KANKOU COULIBALY (SAINT AMAND HAINAUT-), Christine Dakouo (Djoliba AC), Assetou Traoré (Djoliba AC).

The Africa Zone pre-qualifiers for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will bring together the top six ranked countries of the latest AfroBasket Women’s. The teams were divided into two groups.

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Group A: Nigeria, Mozambique, Democratic Republic of Congo
Group B: Senegal, Mali, Angola

The Africa Zone pre-qualifiers for the Tokyo Olympics will be held from November 14 to 17, in a venue that remains to be determined. Senegal and Mozambique appear to be potential candidates for hosting the competition.

The teams will play a tournament in round-robin format, the winner of Group A then facing the second in Group B, while the winner of Group B will be opposed to the second in Group A on behalf of the semi-finals.

The two winners of the semi-finals will not play in the final, as they will automatically qualify for the 16-nation ​​Women’s Olympic Qualification Tournament (TQOF), for which the teams will be divided into four groups. The matches will take place in February 2020.

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The top three teams from each of these four TQOF will qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

The pre-qualifiers for the Tokyo Olympics are one of the great novelties of the redesign of the FIBA ​​qualification system, which also changes the way of qualifying for the next FIBA ​​Women’s World Cup.

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