Roster Tracker: France’s roster plans as nations start forming teams for Sydney – FIBA ​​Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022

SYDNEY (Australia) – As the countdown to the FIBA ​​Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 continues, we find out which nations have revealed some of the players who could feature in Sydney.

This tracker will keep you updated on who gave name lists during preparation.

PRELIMINARY TEAMS FOR THE FIBA ​​WOMEN’S BASKETBALL WORLD CUP 2022
Bec Allen, Sara Blicavs, Darcee Garbin, Cayla George, Lauren Jackson, Tess Magden, Ezi Magbegor, Anneli Maley, Jade Melbourne, Maddy Rocci, Alanna Smith, Steph Talbot, Marianna Tolo, Kristy Wallace, Sami Whitcomb

Belgium

To be determined

BH Bosnia and Herzegovina

To be determined

BOX Canada

To be determined

RCS China

To be determined
Marieme Badiane, Ornella Bankole, Lisa Berkani, Alexia Chartereau, Kendra Chery, Sara Cheveaugeon, Helena Ciak, Olivia Epoupa, Marine Fauthoux, Aby Gaye, Sandrine Gruda, Caroline Heriaud, Marine Johannes, Assitan Kone, Sarah Michel, Marie-Eve Paget, Tima Pouye, Iliana Rupert, Janelle Salaun, Ana Tadic, Mamignan Touré, Gabby Williams

JPN Japan

To be determined

HORN Korea

To be determined

IML mali

To be determined

PURE Porto Rico

To be determined

CSR Serbia

To be determined

UNITED STATES UNITED STATES

To be determined

The final lists will be confirmed after the official technical meeting, which must take place the day before the event.

The rosters displayed on this page have been extracted from information made public by the relevant National Member Federations, but do not necessarily correspond to the rosters that will play in the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022.

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