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Topic - Yelena Leuchanka
Yelena Leuchanka scored 17 points and Yuliya Dureika added 15 to help Belarus upset top-seeded Russia 70-53 Friday in the quarterfinals of the women's basketball world championship.
Lauren Jackson and Kristi Harrower each scored 13 points and Australia made its first eight shots en route to a 72-47 victory over Canada on Thursday at the women's basketball world championship.
The coach resigned. The starting small forward retired. The player with the biggest presence inside was traded, leaving a sizable void in the middle. And, heading into the third week of the season, they still have not won a game.