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FIBA Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament -- All-Time Results & Standings

  • Date:
    Nov 5, 2012

FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament Summary of Finishes

  GOLD SILVER BRONZE
United States *2 0 0
China 2 0 1
Soviet Union 1 0 0
Bulgaria *1 1 0
Yugoslavia 0 2 0
Unified Team 0 1 0
Canada 0 0 1
Brazil 0 0 1
Cuba 0 0 1
Poland 0 0 1

NOTES: There were no final placings beginning with the 2008 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournaments for Women. *The USA and Bulgaria tied for first place in 1980.

FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament Year-By-Year Final Standings

 1976 1980 1984 1988 1992 2008 2012 2016
 1. USA *USA CHN URS CHN ^BLR ^CRO ^CHN
 2. BUL *BUL YUG YUG CIS ^CZH ^CZE ^FRA
 3. POL CUB CAN CHN BRA ^LAT ^FRA ^ESP
 4. CUB YUG HUN BUL CZK ^ESP ^TUR ^TUR
 5. %FRA ITA CUB CZK ITA BRA CAN BLR
 6. %GBR HUN KOR AUS   CUB JPN KOR
 7. %ITA CAN AUS POL   JPN ARG #ARG
 8. %KOR CZK CZK ITA   ANG KOR #CUB
 9. %MEX KOR         MAL  
10.   CHN         MOZ  
11.   FRA         NZL  
12.   POL          PUR  

 
2020 BEL FRA SRB1 SRB2
1. CAN FRA USA CHN
2. BEL AUS SRB ESP
3. JPN PUR NGR KOR
4. SWE BRA MOZ GBR


LEGEND: ARG-Argentina; AUS-Australia; BEL-Belgium; BLR-Belarus; BRA-Brazil; BUL-Bulgaria; CAN-Canada; CHN-China; CIS-Commonwealth of Independant States/Unified Team; CRO-Croatia; CUB-Cuba; CZE-Czech Republic; CZK-Czechoslovakia; ESP-Spain; FRA-France; GBR-Great Britain; HUN-Hungary; ITA-Italy; JPN-Japan; KOR-South Korea; LAT-Latvia; MAL-Mali; MEX-Mexico; MOZ-Mozambique; NGR-Nigeria; NZL-New Zealand; POL-Poland; PUR-Puerto Rico; SRB-Serbia; SWE-Sweden; TUR-Turkey; URS-Soviet Union; USA-United States of America; YUG-Yugoslavia.

*Tied for first place %Tied for fifth place #Tied for seventh place.

^There were no final placings for the 2008, 2012 and 2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournaments. The first four listed won their quarterfinal games to qualify, while the fifth place game was played out between the four quarterfinal losing teams.

DID NOT ADVANCE TO THE QUALIFYING ROUNDS:

  • 1980 - Australia, Brazil, Federal Republic of Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Nigeria and Romania.
  • 1984 - Brazil, Bulgaria, Dominican Republic, Great Britain, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Sweden and Zaire.
  • 1988 - Angola, Brazil, Canada, France, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and Zaire.
  • 1992 - Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Dominican Republic, Hungary, Japan, Mexico, Poland, South Korea and Zaire.
  • 2008 - Argentina, Fiji, Senegal and Taiwan.
  • 2012 - Mali, Mozambique, New Zealand and Puerto Rico.
  • 2016 - Camaroon, New Zealand, Nigeria, Venezuela

NOTE: The United States, because of being either the host country or the defending Olympic/World champions, earned an automatic berth and therefore did not have to qualify for the 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games.

Argentina (1-0)
W 104- 53 2007
Australia (1-0)
W   68- 57 1980
Bulgaria (1-0)
W 76- 75 1976
Canada (1-0)
W   85- 37 2007
Cuba (3-0)
W 101- 71 2007
W   85- 79 2007
W   89- 73 1976
Czechoslovakia (1-0)
W 102- 66 1980
France (2-0)
W 104- 58 1980
W   71- 59 1976
Hungary (1-0)
 W 109- 79 1980
Jamaica (1-0)
W  115- 47 2007
Mexico (1-0)
W   80- 57 1976
Poland (1-0)
W   84- 66 1976
South Korea (0-1)
L   89- 88 1980
Yugoslavia (1-0)
W   85- 84 1980

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