Spain led throughout the game against Russia by around 7 points, increasing the lead to over 10 points in the final quarter. Queralt Casas led Spain with 17 points, Laura Gil added 10 points and 16 rebounds. Ksenia Tikhonenko had 12 points for Russia.
Turkey barely survived a Dutch fourth quarter comeback attempt to claim bronze medal. Ayse Cora had 17 points, Olcay Cakir added 15 for the Turks.
France routed Sweden in order to finish fifth. Christelle Diallo lead the Frenchwomen with 13 points and 7 rebounds.
Alina Iagupova went out with a bang in her final game of youth championships as she had a near triple-double with 31 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists. Maryia Papova led Belarus with a double-double (23p, 10r). Ukraine finished seventh.
Russia’s Ksenia Tikhonenko was named the MVP of the tournament. She was joined by Mariona Ortiz and Queralt Casas from Spain, Olcay Cakir from Turkey and Alina Iagupova from Ukraine on the All-Tournament team.
Gold medal final
Russia – Spain 46-59
Russia: Tikhonenko 12, Poluyanova 10, Kiseleva 9
Spain: Casas 17, Zanoguera 10, Gil 10 (16 reb)
Bronze medal final
Netherlands – Turkey 56-58
Netherlands: Lammerink 15 (10 reb), de Kleijn 14, van der Keijl 10
Turkey: Cora 17, Cakir 15, Guler 9
5th Place Classification
Sweden – France 46-66
Sweden: Abdi 11, Zahui 11, Drammeh 6
France: Diallo 13, Konteh 10, Nayo 10
7th Place Classification
Ukraine – Belarus 79-62
Ukraine: Iagupova 31, Chek 14 (15 reb), Uro-Nile 9
Belarus: Papova 23 (10 reb), Filonchyk 12, Holubeva 8