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Basketball at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Women's team rosters

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Basketball at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Women's team rosters

Tournament
men  women
Squads
men  women

Australia Australia

Brazil Brazil

Canada Canada

  • Cori-Lyn Blakebrough
  • Carolin Bouchard
  • Kelly Boucher
  • Claudia Brassard-Riebesehl
  • Stacey Dales-Schuman
  • Michelle Hendry
  • Nikki Johnson
  • Karla Karch
  • Teresa Kleindienst
  • Joy McNichol
  • Dianne Norman
  • Tammy Sutton-Brown

Cuba Cuba

France France

New Zealand New Zealand

Poland Poland

  • Dorota Bukowska
  • Joanna Cupryś
  • Patrycja Czepiec
  • Katarzyna Dydek
  • Margo Dydek
  • Edyta Koryzna
  • Ilona Mądra
  • Beata Predehl
  • Krystyna Szymańska-Lara
  • Elżbieta Trześniewska
  • Anna Wielebnowska
  • Sylwia Wlaźlak[2]

Russia Russia

Senegal Senegal

Slovakia Slovakia

  • Slávka Frniaková
  • Martina Godályová
  • Renáta Hiráková
  • Dagmar Huťková
  • Marcela Kalistová
  • Anna Kotočová
  • Alena Kováčová
  • Lívia Libičová
  • Jana Lichnerová
  • Martina Luptáková
  • Katarína Poláková
  • Zuzana Žirková

South Korea South Korea

Korean names listed by family name first

  • Lee Mi-Sun
  • Chun Joo-Weon
  • Kim Ji-Yoon
  • Lee Eun-Ju
  • Jang Sun-Hyoung
  • Wang Su-Jin
  • Yang Jung-Ok
  • Park Jung-Eun
  • Kang Ji-Sook
  • Lee Jong-Ae
  • Jung Sun-Min
  • Chung Eun-Soon[3]

United States United States

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