Sudanese Aim for Qualifying Quota in Paris 2024 Olympic Games Amid Tough Competition

Exceptional Sudanese. Yeah, we don’t have any reason to get excited either: the whole challenge of the day was in this race for the qualifying quota for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Egypt and South Sudan are for the moment best placed, with a clear Sudanese advantage.

Today’s results

Cape Verde – Finland : 77-100
Angola – Chine : 76-83 New Zealand – Mexico : 100-108 Ivory Coast – Lebanon : 84-94
Japan – Venezuela : 86-77
South Sudan – Philippines : 87-68
Egypt – Jordan: 85-69
France – Iran : 82-55

But also, on TrashTalk

South Sudan and Egypt have the same record of two wins for two defeats. However, only one African team can win the qualifying quota for the Olympics! The next and last opponent of the Sudanese is none other than Angola. On an upward curve, Wenyen Gabriel and his teammates should not have too much trouble getting rid of the 41st nation in the FIBA ​​ranking. And if they do… what an achievement. As a reminder, South Sudan only joined the FIBA ​​plateau in 2013 and are getting closer to qualifying for the Olympics. It’s daunting. Concerning Egypt, the last adversary promises to be tougher since it is none other than… New Zealand! We laugh, of course, but the obstacle will not be easy to overcome. New Zealand lead Egypt by 29 places in the FIBA ​​rankings. See you on Saturday for the final sprint!


Tomorrow’s program – second round

10 a.m.: Serbia – Italy 10:30 a.m.: Germany – Georgia 10:40 a.m.: Team USA – Montenegro 11:45 a.m.: Spain – Latvia 2 p.m.: Dominican Republic – Puerto Rico 2:10 p.m.: Slovenia – Australia 2:40 p.m.: Lithuania – Greece 3:30 p.m.: Canada – Brazil
2023-08-31 15:46:00
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