All time Medalists

Results of the 18 editions of "FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup"

Year Dates Event Name Location
MVP
2018 22 Sep. to
30 Sep.
FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup Tenerife
(Spain)
-
2014 27 Sep. to
5 Oct.
FIBA World Championship for Women Ankara
(Turkey)
United States of America Spain Australia Maya Moore (USA)
2010 23 Sep. to
3 Oct.
FIBA World Championship for Women Brno
(Czech Republic)
United States of America Czech Republic Spain Hana Horakova (CZE)
2006 12 Sep. to
23 Sep.
World Championship for Women Sao Paolo
(Brazil)
Australia Russia United States of America -
2002 14 Sep. to
25 Sep.
World Championship for Women Changshu
(China)
United States of America Russia Australia -
1998 26 May. to
7 Jun.
World Championship for Women Berlin
(Germany)
United States of America Russia Australia -
1994 2 Jun. to
12 Jun.
World Championship for Women Adelaide
(Australia)
Brazil People's Republic of China United States of America -
1990 12 Jul. to
22 Jul.
World Championship for Women Kota Kinabalu
(Malaysia)
United States of America Yugoslavia Cuba -
1986 8 Aug. to
17 Aug.
World Championship for Women Moscow
(Soviet Union)
United States of America Soviet Union Canada -
1983 24 Jul. to
6 Aug.
World Championship for Women Sao Paula
(Brazil)
Soviet Union United States of America People's Republic of China -
1979 29 Apr. to
13 May.
World Championship for Women Seoul
(Korea)
United States of America Korea Canada -
1975 23 Sep. to
4 Oct.
World Championship for Women Bucaramanga
(Colombia)
Soviet Union Japan Czechoslovakia -
1971 15 May. to
29 May.
World Championship for Women Sao Paula
(Brazil)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Brazil -
1967 15 Apr. to
22 Apr.
World Championship for Women Prague
(Czechoslovakia)
Soviet Union Korea Czechoslovakia -
1964 18 Apr. to
4 May.
World Championship for Women Lima
(Peru)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Bulgaria -
1959 10 Oct. to
18 Oct.
World Championship for Women Moscow
(Soviet Union)
Soviet Union Bulgaria Czechoslovakia -
1957 13 Oct. to
26 Oct.
World Championship for Women Rio de Janeiro
(Brazil)
United States of America Soviet Union Czechoslovakia -
1953 7 Mar. to
22 Mar.
World Championship for Women Santiago de Chile
(Chile)
United States of America Chile France -