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Event name Dates Location       Top Scorer
2010 FIBA World Championship for Women 23 Sep. to
3 Oct.
Ostrava and Brno
(CZECH REPUBLIC)
USA  Czech Republic  Spain  Yuko Oga (JPN)
2006 World Championship for Women 12 Sep. to
23 Sep.
Sao Paolo
(BRAZIL)
Australia  Russia  USA  Lauren Jackson (AUS)
2002 World Championship for Women 14 Sep. to
25 Sep.
Zhangjiagang, Changshu, Taicang, Wuzhong, Changzhou, Suzhou, Huaian, Zhenjiang, Nanjing
(CHINA)
USA  Russia  Australia  Lauren Jackson (AUS)
1998 World Championship for Women 26 May. to
7 Jun.
Münster, Wuppertal, Rotenburg/Fulda, Karlsruhe, Dessau, Bremen, Berlin
(GERMANY)
USA  Russia  Australia  Janeth Dos Santos Arcain (BRA)
1994 World Championship for Women 2 Jun. to
12 Jun.
Adelaide, Hobart, Launceston, Sydney
(AUSTRALIA)
Brazil  China  USA  Hortência de Fatima Marcari (BRA)
1990 World Championship for Women 12 Jul. to
22 Jul.
Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Kuala Lumpur
(MALAYSIA)
USA  Yugoslavia  Cuba  Hortência de Fatima Marcari (BRA)
1986 World Championship for Women 8 Aug. to
17 Aug.
Vilnius, Minsk, Moscow
(SOVIET UNION)
USA  Soviet Union  Canada  Leonor Borell (CUB)
1983 World Championship for Women 24 Jul. to
6 Aug.
Sao Paula, Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre
(BRAZIL)
Soviet Union  USA  China  Hortência de Fatima Marcari (BRA)
1979 World Championship for Women 29 Apr. to
13 May.
Seoul
(KOREA)
USA  Korea  Canada  Hortência de Fatima Marcari
(BRA)

Kerweerd Marschal
(NED)
1975 World Championship for Women 23 Sep. to
4 Oct.
Cali, Bogotà, Bucaramanga
(COLOMBIA)
Soviet Union  Japan  Czechoslovakia  Nancy Nieto (COL)
1971 World Championship for Women 15 May. to
29 May.
Sao Paula
(BRAZIL)
Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Brazil  Lidia Ravazzoli (ARG)
1967 World Championship for Women 15 Apr. to
22 Apr.
Prague
(CZECHOSLOVAKIA)
Soviet Union  Korea  Czechoslovakia  Nilsa Gurcia (BRA)
1964 World Championship for Women 18 Apr. to
4 May.
Lima
(PERU)
Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Bulgaria  Ja Park Sin (KOR)
1959 World Championship for Women 10 Oct. to
18 Oct.
Moscow
(SOVIET UNION)
Soviet Union  Bulgaria  Czechoslovakia  Dagmar Hubalkova (TCH)
1957 World Championship for Women 13 Oct. to
26 Oct.
Rio de Janeiro
(BRAZIL)
USA  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Edith Nunez (PAR)
1953 World Championship for Women 7 Mar. to
22 Mar.
Santiago de Chile
(CHILE)
USA  Chile  France  Anne Marie Golchen (FRA)