So will be the drums for the Women's Pre-Olympic

The draw will take place next Wednesday in which Spain will be seeded. The National Team will have to win a position despite being European champion.

Next Wednesday, November 27, the Patrick Baumann Basketball House, headquarters of the FIBA, will host the Women's Pre-Olympic draw in which Spain will have to fight for a ticket to Tokyo despite being the current European champion.

Of course, the team led by Lucas Mondelo will start as the draw's series leader with the current Olympic and World Champion (USA), Australia (runner-up in the World) and Canada (Silver in the AmeriCup)

The 16 classified teams will be distributed in four independent tournaments to be held in Belgium, China, France and Serbia from February 6 to 9, 2020. The three best teams in each of these tournaments will qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games although two of them (the host, Japan, and the Olympic Champion, USA) will advance to the Tokyo 2020 Women's Basketball Olympic Tournament, regardless of their results in these qualifiers.

The ranking, key to the configuration of the drums The FIBA Women's World Ranking, updated at the conclusion of the FIBA2019 Pre-Olympic Tournaments in Africa, America and Asia-Oceania, as well as the November window Qualifying for the EuroBasket 2021, has been key to set the final configuration of the

drums remaining as follows:

Pot 1: USA, Australia, Spain, Canada

Pot 2: France, Serbia, China, Belgium

Pot 3: Japan, Brazil, Nigeria, Great Britain

Pot 4: Korea, Sweden, Puerto Rico, Mozambique

The Draw Ceremony for the FIBA Women's Olympic Qualification Tournaments will be broadcast live via the FIBAYouTube channel and Facebook account.

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