All time Medalists

Results of the 68 editions of "FIBA U18 Women's European Championship - Division A"

Year Dates Event Name Location
MVP
2017 4 Jul. to
9 Jul.
FIBA U18 Women's European Championship Division C Valleta
(Malta)
Cyprus Armenia Malta Sophie Abela (MLT)
2017 5 Aug. to
13 Aug.
FIBA U18 Women's European Championship - Division A Sopron
(Hungary)
Belgium Serbia France Billie Massey (BEL)
2017 4 Aug. to
13 Aug.
FIBA U18 Women's European Championship - Division B Dublin
(Ireland)
Nyara Sabally (GER)
2016 8 Jul. to
13 Jul.
FIBA U18 Women's European Championship Division C Tbilisi
(Georgia)
Armenia Georgia Malta Natalia Otkhmezuri (GEO)
2016 23 Jul. to
31 Jul.
FIBA U18 Women's European Championship - Division A Sopron
(Hungary)
France Spain Russia Alexia Chartereau (FRA)
2016 23 Jul. to
31 Jul.
FIBA U18 Women's European Championship - Division B Sarajevo
(Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Melisa Brcaninovic (BIH)
2015 30 Jul. to
9 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION A Celje
(Slovenia)
Spain France Russia -
2015 30 Jul. to
9 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION B (Slovenia)
Bucharest (Romania)
-
2015 6 Jul. to
11 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women Division C Gibraltar
(Gibraltar)
Scotland Malta Wales -
2014 17 Jul. to
27 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION A Matosinhos
(Portugal)
Russia France Spain -
2014 17 Jul. to
27 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION B Oradea, Timisoara
(Romania)
-
2014 22 Jul. to
27 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women Division C Andorra la Vella
(Andorra)
Cyprus Malta Andorra -
2013 15 Aug. to
25 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION A Vukovar/Vinkovci
(Croatia)
Spain France Serbia -
2013 15 Aug. to
25 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION B Miskolc
(Hungary)
-
2013 15 Jul. to
20 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women Division C Andorra
(Andorra)
Andorra Malta Wales -
2012 26 Jul. to
5 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION A Bucharest
(Romania)
France Russia Serbia -
2012 26 Jul. to
5 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION B Strumica
(MKD)
-
2011 4 Aug. to
14 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION A Oradea
(Romania)
Belgium France Spain -
2011 4 Aug. to
14 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION B Miskolc
(Hungary)
-
2010 29 Jul. to
8 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION A Spisska Nova Ves, Poprad
(Slovakia)
Italy Spain France -
2010 29 Jul. to
8 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION B Timisoara
(Romania)
-
2009 2 Jul. to
12 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women Spain France Sweden -
2009 14 Jul. to
18 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women Division C Malta Luxembourg Principality of Monaco Malta -
2008 18 Jul. to
27 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION A Nitra
(Slovakia)
Lithuania Russia Czech Republic -
2008 6 Aug. to
15 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION B Skopje
(MKD)
-
2007 29 Jun. to
8 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION A Novi Sad
(Serbia)
Serbia Spain Russia -
2007 29 Jun. to
8 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION B Timisoara
(Romania)
-
2007 28 Aug. to
1 Sep.
U18 European Championship Women Division C La Valletta
(Malta)
Malta Andorra Principality of Monaco -
2006 21 Jul. to
30 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION A Tenerife
(Spain)
Spain Serbia & Montenegro Sweden -
2006 21 Jul. to
30 Jul.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION B Chieti
(Italy)
-
2005 11 Jul. to
16 Jul.
U18 European Promotion Cup Women Scotland Scotland Luxembourg Albania -
2005 5 Aug. to
14 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION A Budapest
(Hungary)
Serbia & Montenegro Spain France -
2005 5 Aug. to
14 Aug.
U18 European Championship Women - DIVISION B Bihac, Cazin
(Bosnia and Herzegovina)
-
2004 1 Aug. to
31 Jul.
European Championship for Women U18 Russia Spain Hungary -
2003 5 Aug. to
9 Aug.
European Promotion Cup for Junior Women Iceland -
2002 1 Aug. to
2 Sep.
European Championship for Junior Women - Qualifying Round -
2002 9 Apr. to
28 Apr.
European Championship for Junior Women - Challenge Round -
2002 12 Jul. to
21 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Skofja Loka
(Slovenia)
Russia France Czech Republic -
2001 18 Jul. to
22 Jul.
European Promotion Cup for Junior Women Nicosia
(Cyprus)
Cyprus Luxembourg Scotland -
2000 29 Mar. to
21 Apr.
European Championship for Junior Women - Challenge Round -
2000 7 Aug. to
29 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Qualifying Round -
2000 14 Jul. to
23 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Cetniewo
(Poland)
Russia Czech Republic Poland -
1999 28 Jul. to
1 Aug.
European Promotion Cup for Junior Women Nicosia
(Cyprus)
Scotland Andorra Armenia -
1998 1 Aug. to
24 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Challenge Round -
1998 2 Apr. to
24 Apr.
European Championship for Junior Women - Qualifying Round -
1998 3 Jul. to
12 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Kutahya, Eskisehir, Bursa
(Turkey)
Spain Slovak Republic Russia -
1997 15 Jul. to
19 Jul.
European Promotion Cup for Junior Women Rabat
(Malta)
Ireland England Armenia -
1996 16 Aug. to
27 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Challenge Round -
1996 9 Apr. to
29 Apr.
European Championship for Junior Women - Qualifying Round -
1996 6 Jul. to
14 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Zilina
(Slovakia)
Russia Slovak Republic Czech Republic -
1994 11 Aug. to
19 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Challenge Round -
1994 5 May. to
16 May.
European Championship for Junior Women - Qualifying Round -
1994 11 Jul. to
19 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Veliko Tarnovo
(Bulgaria)
Italy Spain Hungary -
1992 8 Aug. to
16 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Kalamata, Tripolis, Patra
(Greece)
Com. of Independent States Bulgaria Poland -
1990 21 Jul. to
29 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Alcala de Henares
(Spain)
Soviet Union Spain Romania -
1988 24 Jul. to
31 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Trnovo, Veliko
(Bulgaria)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Yugoslavia -
1986 26 Jul. to
2 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Perugia, Gualdo Tadino
(Italy)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Italy -
1984 18 Aug. to
25 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Toledo
(Spain)
Yugoslavia Soviet Union Czechoslovakia -
1983 9 Jul. to
16 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Pescara, Vasto
(Italy)
Czechoslovakia Soviet Union Italy -
1981 16 Aug. to
23 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Eger, Kecskemét
(Hungary)
Soviet Union France Bulgaria -
1979 20 Jul. to
29 Jul.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Capo d'Orlando, Messina, Piazza Armerina, Catania, Palermo
(Italy)
Soviet Union Hungary Czechoslovakia -
1977 6 Aug. to
14 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Dimitrovgrad, Haskovo
(Bulgaria)
Soviet Union Poland Czechoslovakia -
1975 1 Aug. to
9 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Vigo
(Spain)
Czechoslovakia Poland Soviet Union -
1973 31 Jul. to
7 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round San Remo, Loano
(Italy)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Italy -
1971 31 Jul. to
8 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Backa Topola, Subotica
(Yugoslavia)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Bulgaria -
1969 1 Aug. to
9 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Essen, Hohenlimburg, Lünen, Hagen, Köln
(Germany)
Soviet Union Bulgaria Yugoslavia -
1967 16 Aug. to
26 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Cagliari, Nuoro, Sassari
(Italy)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Yugoslavia -
1965 22 Aug. to
29 Aug.
European Championship for Junior Women - Final Round Botevgrad, Lom, Sofia, Kjustendil
(Bulgaria)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia -