Spain always meets: being in the Tokyo Games



The team play their fifth games and defend their Olympic silver after overcoming the Pre-Olympic in Belgrade with a final victory this Sunday against Britain

The players of the national team celebrate their qualification for the Games, in Belgrade.

Spain being in Tokyo. How could it be otherwise. The current two-time champion of Europe defending her Olympic silver next summer after passing the drink of Pre-Olympic in Belgrade, in which his victory this Sunday against Great Britain (69-79) finally certified his ticket, without cbalas or suffering.

To be the fifth olympic participation of the women's team, which to look for in Tokyo the most difficult yet, the seventh consecutive medal. After the fright of Saturday, in which an unfortunate match ended the defeat against China, the players of Lucas Mondelo stood before the British with the virtual classification, favored by the defeat of South Korea, precisely before China, a while before . Still, they achieved a win that was a party. Mara Count, one of the young people who bid for the renovation of a historical collective in which legends such as Laia Palau or Alba Torrens survive, was the most prominent with 15 points.

The Pre-Olympic finished with a smile, although it had begun with a change of direction towards Belgrade – the coronavirus I prevented it from finally being held in China, where it was planned. The resounding initial victory against Korea cleared the way, although the stumbling block and especially the feelings before China raised some doubts. The selection was planted in the tournament without the injured Astou Ndour or Anna Cruz, two of the key players of this golden age. And with the return of Alba Torrens after missing the European last summer after an injury that took him nine months without playing. Finally, the Balearic was chosen in the ideal quintet of the Pre-Olympic.

The 12 teams qualified for the Tokyo Olympic tournament are: Japan, United States, Australia, Canada, China, South Korea, Spain, France, Belgium, Serbia, Puerto Rico and Nigeria.

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