All time Medalists

Results of the 19 editions of "FIBA Basketball World Cup"

Year Dates Event Name Location
MVP
2019 31 Aug. to
15 Sep.
FIBA Basketball World Cup Shenzhen
(China)
-
2019 1 Oct. to
1 Jun.
TESTCIC -
2014 30 Aug. to
14 Sep.
FIBA Basketball World Cup Barcelona
(Spain)
United States of America Serbia France Kyrie A. Irving (USA)
2010 28 Aug. to
12 Sep.
FIBA World Championship for Men Kayseri
(Turkey)
United States of America Turkey Lithuania Kevin Wayne Durant (USA)
2006 19 Aug. to
3 Sep.
World Championship for Men Hiroshima
(Japan)
Spain Greece United States of America Pau Gasol Sáez (ESP)
2002 29 Aug. to
8 Sep.
World Championship for Men Indianapolis
(USA)
Yugoslavia Argentina Germany Dirk Nowitzki (GER)
1998 29 Jul. to
9 Aug.
World Championship for Men Athens
(Greece)
Yugoslavia Russia United States of America Dejan Bodiroga (YUG)
1994 4 Aug. to
14 Aug.
World Championship for Men Hamilton
(Canada)
United States of America Russia Croatia Shaquille O'Neal (USA)
1990 8 Aug. to
19 Aug.
World Championship for Men Villa Ballester
(Argentina)
Yugoslavia Soviet Union United States of America Toni Kukoc (YUG)
1986 5 Jul. to
20 Jul.
World Championship for Men Madrid
(Spain)
United States of America Soviet Union Yugoslavia Drazen Petrovic (YUG)
1982 15 Aug. to
28 Aug.
World Championship for Men Bucaramanga
(Colombia)
Soviet Union United States of America Yugoslavia Rolando Frazer (PAN)
1978 1 Oct. to
14 Oct.
World Championship for Men Manila
(Philippines)
Yugoslavia Soviet Union Brazil Drazen Dalipagic (YUG)
1974 3 Jul. to
14 Jul.
World Championship for Men Ponce
(Puerto Rico)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia United States of America Dragan Kicanovic (YUG)
1970 10 May. to
24 May.
World Championship for Men Ljubljana
(Yugoslavia)
Yugoslavia Brazil Soviet Union Sergei Belov (URS)
1967 27 May. to
11 Jun.
World Championship for Men Montevideo
(Uruguay)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Brazil Ivo Daneu (YUG)
1963 12 May. to
25 May.
World Championship for Men Rio de Janeiro
(Brazil)
Brazil Yugoslavia Soviet Union Marques Wlamir (BRA)
1959 16 Jan. to
31 Jan.
World Championship for Men Santiago de Chile
(Chile)
Brazil United States of America Chile Pasos Amaury (BRA)
1954 22 Oct. to
5 Nov.
World Championship for Men Rio de Janeiro
(Brazil)
United States of America Brazil Philippines James Kirby Minter (USA)
1950 22 Oct. to
4 Nov.
World Championship for Men Buenos Aires
(Argentina)
Argentina United States of America Chile Oscar Furlong (ARG)