Canadian women's basketball team in group with Spain, Serbia, South Korea at Olympics
Canadian men must win Victoria qualifier to make Olympic Games
The Canadian women's basketball team will have a chance to exact revenge on Spain at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
Canada was placed into Group A with Spain, Serbia and South Korea in the draw on Tuesday.
Host Spain beat Canada 68-53 in the quarter-finals of the 2018 World Cup. Spain went on to win bronze.
Spain is ranked third in the world, while Canada is fourth.
Canada beat South Korea 82-63 in the preliminary round of the 2018 World Cup.
The Koreans are ranked 19th and Serbia is eighth.
At the 12-team Olympics, the group phase is a round robin. The teams placed first and second in each of the three groups and the two best third-place teams advance to the quarterfinals.
The U.S., which has won six consecutive Olympic gold medals, is in Group B with Nigeria, Japan and France.
Australia, Puerto Rico, China and Belgium make up Group C.
On the men's side, the winner of the Victoria qualifying tournament will be in Group A with the U.S., Iran and France.
Canada is in Group A of the qualifying tournament along with Greece and China, while Uruguay, Czech Republic and Turkey have been drawn into Group B for the event, June 29-July 4.
Australia, Croatia and two qualifiers make up Group B at the Olympics, while Argentina, Japan, Spain and a qualifier from Group C.
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