For the first time since the wonderful high of participating at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Great Britain’s top women basketball stars will be stepping out on home soil when they host an exciting tournament competing against Germany, Greece and Israel.
Great Britain’s women’s basketball team lost their final Olympic group match to Brazil 78-66 last night.
Team GB’s women’s basketball team were beaten by a last-gasp three-point shot from France to go down 80-77 in overtime in a thrilling match at the Basketball Arena.
Yesterday the Olympic Basketball Arena saw GB’s women’s basketball team beaten 73-65, as they played Canada in their second Group B Preliminary Round match at the 2012 Games.
Team GB women’s basketball player Jo Leedham appeared confident ahead of the team’s first Olympic match on Saturday, in which they will face Australia.
The United States claimed an 88-63 victory over the Standard Life Great Britain women’s team in Manchester last night, but only after the home side had threatened to upset the reigning Olympic champions.
History will be made at this year’s Olympics as Great Britain sends a women’s team for the first time.
The Standard Life GB Women have finished as runners-up in the Standard Life Game On 2012 tournament, in Sheffield.
The British Olympic Association (BOA) has announced the 12 players that will represent Team GB in women’s basketball at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The Standard Life GB women have split their weekend international series 1-1 after losing 63-50 to Canada in Edinburgh.