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Russia (RUS) participated in 177 FIBA/FIBA Zone competitions
Current FIBA World Rank: 4th (Combined) 11th (Women), 12th (Men),
JUNIOR WOMEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
2006 U16 European Championship Women DIVISION A Kosice (Slovak Republic) 9th more
2006 U18 European Championship Women DIVISION A Tenerife (Spain) 11th more
2006 U20 European Championship Women DIVISION A Sopron (Hungary) 1st more
2005 FIBA Women's U19 World Championship Nabeul and Tunis (Tunisia) 4th more
2005 U16 European Championship Women DIVISION A Poznan (Poland) 5th more
2005 U18 European Championship Women DIVISION A Budapest (Hungary) 5th more
2005 U20 European Championship Women DIVISION A Brno (Czech Republic) 11th more
2004 European Championship for Women U20 Final Round St. Brieuc, France / Vannes - Group A, Quimper - Group B (France) 1st more
2004 European Championship for Women U16 DIVISION A Torino, Italy / Asti - Group A, Biella - Group B, Novara - Group C, Cuneo - Group D (Italy) 3rd more
2004 European Championship for Women U18 Final Round Bratislava (Slovak Republic) 1st more
2003 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Nevsehir (Turkey) 6th more
2003 World Championship for Young Women Sibenik (Croatia) 6th more
2002 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Skofja Loka (Slovenia) 1st more
2002 European Championship for Young Women Final Round Zagreb (Croatia) 2nd more
2001 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgaria) 2nd more
2001 World Championship for Junior Women Brno (Czech Republic) 2nd more
2000 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Cetniewo (Poland) 1st more
2000 European Championship for Young Women Final Round Bardejov, Lucenec, Ruzomberok (Slovak Republic) 1st more
1999 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Tulcea (Romania) 4th more
1998 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Eskisehir, Kutahya, Bursa (Turkey) 3rd more
1997 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Sopron (Hungary) 1st more
1997 World Championship for Junior Women Natal (Brazil) 5th more
1996 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Zilina (Slovak Republic) 1st more
1995 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Cetniewo (Poland) 1st more
1994 European Championship for Junior Women Final Round Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgaria) 4th more
1993 European Championship for Cadettes Final Round Poprad (Slovak Republic) 1st more
1993 World Championship for Junior Women Seoul (Korea) 2nd more