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Feb '13 10

Groups announced for 2013 Softball Women’s Junior World Championship

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Press Release International Softball Federation

First Open Championship to take place in Brampton, Ontario, Canada

PLANT CITY, FLORIDA (USA) — In 143 days, 16 countries will converge on the City of Brampton to play for the opportunity to call themselves world champions. The City of Brampton bid was awarded the World Championship during the 25th ISF Congress in 2011, held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA; this will mark the first ISF Open Championship event opening the door for greater participation of ISF Member Federations. Preparations are underway for the International Softball Federation’s X Junior Women’s World Championship and this release will mark the launching of the event website and the announcement of the seedings.

For more information for the Junior Women’s World Championship that will take place from July 1-7, 2013 in Brampton, Ontario, Canada go to www.jwwc2013.com.

In accordance with the ISF Competition & Technical Code, the teams will be in two pools, as follows:

Junior Women’s World Championship 2013 seedings

Section A
Section B
USA
Japan
Canada
Australia
New Zealand
Brazil
Czech Republic
China
Puerto Rico
Botswana
Great Britain
Netherlands
Korea
Singapore
Venezuela
Mexico

The game schedule has not yet been finalized but will be released immediately upon its conclusion.

About the International Softball Federation
The ISF is the world governing body of the sport as recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and SportAccord (formerly the General Association of International Sports Federations).  Softball (women’s fast pitch) made its Olympic debut at the 1996 Games in Atlanta. There are 127 affiliated countries in the ISF and millions of participants in the sport worldwide.  The sport is contested in more than a dozen multi-sport Games.  Learn additional details about the Federation at www.ISFsoftball.org.


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