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Event name Dates Location       Top Scorer
2017 FIBA U19 Women's Basketball World Cup 22 Jul. to
30 Jul.
Udine and Cividale del Friuli
(ITALY)
Russia  USA  Canada  Maria Vadeeva (RUS)
2015 FIBA U19 Women’s World Championship 18 Jul. to
26 Jul.
Chekhov and Vidnoe, Moscow Region
(RUSSIA)
USA  Russia  Australia  Angela Salvadores (ESP)
2013 FIBA U19 Championship for Women 18 Jul. to
28 Jul.
Panevezys and Klaipeda
(LITHUANIA)
USA  France  Australia  Isabela  Ramona (BRA)
2011 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women 21 Jul. to
31 Jul.
Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt
(CHILE)
USA  Spain  Brazil  Damiris Dantas (BRA)
2009 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women 23 Jul. to
2 Aug.
Bangkok
(THAILAND)
USA  Spain  Argentina  Elizabeth Cambage (AUS)
2007 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women 26 Jul. to
5 Aug.
Bratislava
(SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
USA  Sweden  Serbia  Ajeong Kang (KOR)
2005 FIBA Women's U19 World Championship 15 Jul. to
24 Jul.
Nabeul and Tunis
(TUNISIA)
USA  Serbia & Montenegro  China  Renae Lisa Camino (AUS)
2001 World Championship for Junior Women 14 Jul. to
22 Jul.
Brno
(CZECH REPUBLIC)
Czech Republic  Russia  USA  Yuko Oga (JPN)
1997 World Championship for Junior Women 5 Jul. to
13 Jul.
Natal
(BRAZIL)
USA  Australia  Slovak Republic  Satomi Miki (JPN)
1993 World Championship for Junior Women 1 Aug. to
8 Aug.
Seoul
(KOREA)
Australia  Russia  Poland  Michelle Kathleen Brogan (AUS)
1989 World Championship for Junior Women 23 Jul. to
30 Jul.
Bilbao
(SPAIN)
Soviet Union  Yugoslavia  Australia  Danira Nakic (YUG)
1985 World Championship for Junior Women 13 Aug. to
21 Aug.
Colorado Springs
(USA)
Soviet Union  Korea  Yugoslavia  Kyung Hee Choi (KOR)