All time Medalists

Results of the 16 editions of "U20 European Championship Women"

Year Dates Event Name Location
Top Scorer MVP
2017 8 Jul. to
16 Jul.
FIBA U20 Women's European Championship Eilat
(Israel)
Spain Slovenia Russia Maria Emmanouela Fasoula (GRE) Satou Sabally (GER)
2016 9 Jul. to
17 Jul.
FIBA U20 Women's European Championship Podgorica
(Montenegro)
Spain Italy Russia Petra Holesinska (CZE) Annamaria Prezelj (SLO)
2015 2 Jul. to
12 Jul.
U20 European Championship Women Podgorica
(Montenegro)
Spain France Netherlands Borislava Hristova (BUL) -
2014 3 Jul. to
13 Jul.
U20 European Championship Women Sofia
(Bulgaria)
France Spain Italy Marica Gajic (BIH) -
2013 4 Jul. to
14 Jul.
U20 European Championship Women Varna/Albena
(Bulgaria)
Spain Italy Turkey Julie Vanloo (BEL) -
2012 16 Aug. to
26 Aug.
U20 European Championship Women Klatovy
(Czech Republic)
Spain Russia Turkey Artemis Spanou (GRE) -
2011 7 Jul. to
17 Jul.
U20 European Championship Women Ohrid
(MKD)
Spain Russia Poland Artemis Spanou (GRE) -
2010 15 Jul. to
25 Jul.
U20 European Championship Women Kavadarci
(MKD)
Russia Spain Latvia Jelena Antic (MKD) -
2009 6 Jul. to
19 Jul.
U20 European Championship Women Ohrid
(MKD)
France Spain Latvia Claudia Pop (ROU) -
2008 11 Jul. to
20 Jul.
U20 European Championship Women Poznan
(Poland)
Russia France Serbia Nádia Rafaela Miranda Tavares (POR) -
2007 13 Jul. to
22 Jul.
U20 European Championship Women Druskininkai
(Lithuania)
Spain Serbia France Joanna Zalesiak (POL) -
2006 7 Jul. to
16 Jul.
U20 European Championship Women Druskininkai
(Lithuania)
Russia Hungary France Leonie Louise Kooij (NED) -
2005 1 Jul. to
10 Jul.
U20 European Championship Women Druskininkai
(Lithuania)
France Poland Latvia Shay Doron (ISR) -
2004 9 Jul. to
1 Aug.
European Championship for Women U20 St. Brieuc, France / Vannes - Group A, Quimper - Group B
(France)
Russia France Czech Republic Oleksandra Kurasova (UKR) -
2002 8 Aug. to
31 Aug.
European Championship for Young Women Zagreb
(Croatia)
Czech Republic Russia France Daniela Cikosova (SVK) -
2000 28 Jul. to
6 Aug.
European Championship for Young Women Bardejov, Lucenec, Ruzomberok
(Slovak Republic)
Russia Czech Republic Romania Lucie Blahuskova (CZE) -