USA Men's Olympic Qualifying Team -- All-Time Results & Standings

  • Date:
    Nov 6, 2012

Men's FIBA Americas Championship (Olympic Qualifying) Summary Of Finishes

    GOLD     SILVER     BRONZE 
United States 4 0 0
Puerto Rico 3 0 2
Argentina 1 4 2
Brazil 1 2 2
Venezuela 1 1 0
Canada 0 2 3
Uruguay 0 1 0
Dominican Republic 0 0 1

Men's FIBA Americas Championship (Olympic Qualifying) Year-By-Year Final Standings


 1980  
1984  
1988 
1992 
 1995 
1999 
 2003 
 2007 
 2011 
 2015
1. PUR BRA PUR USA PUR USA USA USA ARG VEN
2. CAN URU BRA VEN ARG CAN ARG ARG BRA ARG
3. ARG CAN CAN BRA BRA ARG PUR PUR DOM CAN
4. BRA PAN URU PUR CAN PUR CAN BRA PUR MEX
5. MEX MEX ARG CAN CUB VEN MEX CAN VEN PUR
6. CUB PUR MEX #ARG URU BRA VEN URU CAN DOM
7. URU ARG VEN #CUB DOM DOM BRA MEX URU PAN
8.   CUB   #MEX BAH URU DOM VEN PAN URU
9.   DOM   #PAN *BAR *CUB *URU *PAN CUB BRA
        #URU *VEN *PAN *ISV *ISV URU CUB
 
# Tied for sixth place.
* Tied for ninth place.

LEGEND: ARG-Argentina; BAH-Bahamas; BAR-Barbados; BRA-Brazil; CAN-Canada; CUB-Cuba; DOM-Dominican Republic; ISV-U.S. Virgin Islands; MEX-Mexico; PAN-Panama; PUR-Puerto Rico; URU-Uruguay; USA-United States of America; VEN-Venezuela.

USA All-Time FIBA Americas Championship (Olympic Qualifying) Game Results

(Won 36, Lost 0)

Argentina (7-0)
118- 81 2007
91- 76 2007
106- 73 2003
94- 86 2003
88- 59 1999
103- 72 1999
128- 87 1992
Brazil (3-0)
113- 76 2007
110- 76 2003
90- 73 1999
Canada (5-0)
113- 63 2007
111- 71 2003
92- 66 1999
94- 60 1999
105- 61 1992
Cuba (2-0)
88- 52 1999
136- 57 1992
Dominican Republic (2-0)
111- 73 2003
107- 71 1999
Mexico (2-0)
127-100 2007
96- 69 2003
Panama (1-0)
112- 52 1992
Puerto Rico (6-0)
135- 91 2007
117- 78 2007
87- 71 2003
91- 65 2003
115- 76 1999
119- 81 1992
Uruguay (2-0)
118- 79 2007
118- 72 1999
Venezuela (4-0)
112- 69 2007
98- 69 2003
83- 61 1999
127- 80 1992
Virgin Islands (2-0)
123- 59 2007
113- 55 2003

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