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Russia (RUS) participated in 146 FIBA/FIBA Zone competitions
Current FIBA World Rank: 6th (Men), 3rd (Women), 4th (Combined)
SENIOR MEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
2013 EuroBasket Final Round Celje, Jesenice, Koper, Ljubljana (Slovenia) 21st more
2012 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament Caracas (Venezuela) 3rd more
2012 Olympic Men London (England) 3rd more
2011 EuroBasket Final Round Alytus, Kaunas, Klaipeda, Panevezys, Siauliai and Vilnius (Lithuania) 3rd more
2010 FIBA World Championship Ankara, Izmir, Kayseri y Estambul (Turkey) 7th more
2009 EuroBasket Final Round Poland (Poland) 7th more
2008 Olympic Games: Tournament Men Beijing (China) 9th more
2007 EuroBasket Final Round Alicante, Granada, Sevilla, Palma de Mallorca, Madrid (Spain) 1st more
2005 EuroBasket Final Round Vrsac, Podgorica, Novi Sad, Belgrade (Serbia) 8th more
2003 European Championship for Men Final Round Boras, Lulea, Norrköpping, Södertelje, Stockholm (Sweden) 8th more
2002 World Championship for Men Indianapolis (USA) 10th more
2001 European Championship for Men Final Round Ankara, Antalya, Istanbul (Turkey) 5th more
2000 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men Sydney (Australia) 8th more
1999 European Championship for Men Final Round Antibes, Clermond-Ferrand, Dijon, Toulouse, Le Mans, Pau, Paris (France) 6th more
1998 World Championship for Men Athens (Greece) 2nd more
1997 European Championship for Men Final Round Gerona, Badalona, Barcelona (Spain) 3rd more
1995 European Championship for Men Final Round Athens (Greece) 7th more
1994 World Championship for Men Hamilton, Toronto (Canada) 2nd more
1993 European Championship for Men Final Round Berlin, Karlsruhe, Munich (Germany) 2nd more
SENIOR WOMEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
2013 EuroBasket Women Final Round Lille, Mouilleron-le-Captif, Orchies, Trelaze, Vannes (France) 13rd more
2012 Olympic Women London (England) 4th more
2011 EuroBasket Women Final Round Bydgoszcz, Katowice, Lódz (Poland) 1st more
2010 FIBA World Championship for Women Ostrava and Brno (Czech Republic) 7th more
2009 EuroBasket Women Final Round Riga (Latvia) 2nd more
2008 FIBA Diamond Ball Tournament for Women Haining (China) 5th more
2008 Olympic Games: Tournament Women Beijing (China) 3rd more
2007 EuroBasket Women Final Round Chieti (Italy) 1st more
2006 World Championship for Women Sao Paolo (Brazil) 2nd more
2005 EuroBasket Women Final Round Ankara, Bursa, Izmir (Turkey) 2nd more
2004 Olympic Games: Tournament for Women Athens (Greece) 3rd more
2003 European Championship for Women Final Round Pyrgos, Amaliada, Patras (Greece) 1st more
2002 World Championship for Women Zhangjiagang, Changshu, Taicang, Wuzhong, Changzhou, Suzhou, Huaian, Zhenjiang, Nanjing (China) 2nd more
2001 European Championship for Women Final Round Orleans, Gravelines, Le Mans (France) 2nd more
2000 Olympic Games : Tournament for Women Sydney (Australia) 6th more
1999 European Championship for Women Final Round Poznan, Pruszkow, Katowice (Poland) 3rd more
1999 European Wheelchair Championship for Women Roermond (Netherlands) 4th  
1998 World Championship for Women Münster, Wuppertal, Rotenburg/Fulda, Karlsruhe, Dessau, Bremen, Berlin (Germany) 2nd more
1997 European Championship for Women Final Round Pécs, Zalaegerszeg, Budapest (Hungary) 6th more
1996 Olympic Games : Tournament for Women Atlanta (USA) 5th more
1995 European Championship for Women Final Round Brno (Czech Republic) 3rd more
1993 European Championship for Women Final Round Perugia (Italy) 7th more
JUNIOR MEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
2014 U20 European Championship Men DIVISION A Heraklion, Rethymnon (Greece) 13rd more
2013 FIBA U19 Championship for Men Prague (Czech Republic) 9th more
2013 U16 European Championship Men DIVISION A Kyiv (Ukraine) 11th more
2013 U18 European Championship Men DIVISION A Liepaja, Ventspils, Riga (Latvia) 8th more
2013 U20 European Championship Men DIVISION A Tallinn (Estonia) 4th more
2012 U16 European Championship Men DIVISION A Vilnius, Ventspils, Panevezys (Lithuania) 13rd  
2012 U18 European Championship Men DIVISION A Vilnius, Liepaja (Lithuania) 4th more
2012 U20 European Championship Men DIVISION A Kranjska Gora, Domzale, Ljubljana (Slovenia) 11th more
2011 FIBA U19 World Championship Liepeda, Valmiera and Riga (Latvia) 3rd more
2011 U16 European Championship Men DIVISION A Hradec Králové, Pardubice (Czech Republic) 5th more
2011 U18 European Championship Men DIVISION A Wroclaw (Poland) 9th more
2011 U20 European Championship Men DIVISION A Bilbao (Spain) 4th more
2010 U16 European Championship Men DIVISION A Bar (Montenegro) 7th more
2010 U18 European Championship Men DIVISION A Vilnius (Lithuania) 2nd more
2010 U20 European Championship Men DIVISION A Crikvenica, Makarska, Zadar (Croatia) 5th more
2009 U16 European Championship Men DIVISION A Kaunas (Lithuania) 5th more
2009 U18 European Championship Men DIVISION A Metz (France) 6th more
2009 U20 European Championship Men DIVISION A Rhodes (Greece) 9th more
2008 U16 European Championship Men DIVISION A Chieti (Italy) 8th more
2008 U18 European Championship Men DIVISION A Amaliada, Pyrgos (Greece) 8th more
2008 U20 European Championship Men DIVISION A Riga (Latvia) 9th more
2007 U16 European Championship Men DIVISION A Rethimnon, Crete (Greece) 14th more
2007 U18 European Championship Men DIVISION A Madrid (Spain) 10th more
2007 U20 European Championship Men DIVISION A Nova Gorica (Slovenia) 4th more
2006 U16 European Championship Men DIVISION A Linares, Andujar and Martos (Spain) 2nd more
2006 U18 European Championship Men DIVISION A Amaliada, Olympia and Argostoli (Greece) 9th more
2006 U20 European Championship Men DIVISION A Izmir (Turkey) 10th more
2005 U16 European Championship Men DIVISION A Léon (Spain) 6th more
2005 U18 European Championship Men DIVISION A Belgrade (Serbia) 5th more
2005 U20 European Championship Men DIVISION A Chekhov (Russia) 1st more
2004 European Championship for Men U16 DIVISION A Amaliada, Pyrgos (Greece) 2nd more
2004 European Championship for Men U18 Final Round Zaragoza (Spain) 6th more
2004 European Championship for Men U20 Final Round Brno (Czech Republic) 6th more
2003 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Madrid (Spain) 3rd more
2002 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Ludwigsburg, Esslingen, Böblingen (Germany) 10th more
2002 European Championship for Young Men Final Round Kaunas, Alytus, Vilnius (Lithuania) 4th more
2001 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Riga (Latvia) 2nd more
2000 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Zadar (Croatia) 6th more
2000 European Championship for Young Men Final Round Ohrid (MKD) 9th more
1999 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Polzela, Celje, Lasko (Slovenia) 11th more
1999 World Championship for Junior Men Porto, Aveiro, Almada, Faro, Lisbon (Portugal) 6th more
1998 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Varna (Bulgaria) 5th more
1998 European Championship for Men '22 and Under' Qualifying Round n/a n/a more
1997 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Pepinster, Kortrijk, Quaregnon (Belgium) 2nd more
1996 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Auch, Lourdes, Tarbes (France) 10th more
1996 European Championship for Men '22 and Under' Final Round Bursa, Istanbul (Turkey) 8th more
1995 European Championship for Cadets Challenge Round n/a n/a  
1994 European Championship for Junior Men Final Round Tel Aviv (Israel) 8th more
1994 European Championship for Men '22 and Under' Final Round Maribor, Postojna, Ljubljana (Slovenia) 7th more
1993 European Championship for Cadets Final Round Trabzon, Giresun, Samsun (Turkey) 3rd more
JUNIOR WOMEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
2014 U18 European Championship Women DIVISION A Matosinhos (Portugal) 1st more
2014 U20 European Championship Women DIVISION A Udine (Italy) 7th more
2013 FIBA U19 Championship for Women Panevezys and Klaipeda (Lithuania) 9th more
2013 U16 European Championship Women DIVISION A Varna (Bulgaria) 6th more
2013 U18 European Championship Women DIVISION A Vukovar/Vinkovci (Croatia) 5th more
2013 U20 European Championship Women DIVISION A Samsun (Turkey) 6th more
2012 U16 European Championship Women DIVISION A Miskolc (Hungary) 3rd more
2012 U18 European Championship Women DIVISION A Bucharest (Romania) 2nd  
2012 U20 European Championship Women DIVISION A Debrecen (Hungary) 2nd  
2011 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt (Chile) 8th more
2011 U16 European Championship Women DIVISION A Cagliari (Italy) 6th more
2011 U18 European Championship Women DIVISION A Oradea (Romania) 13rd more
2011 U20 European Championship Women DIVISION A Novi Sad (Serbia) 2nd more
2010 FIBA U17 World Championship for Women Rodez and Toulouse (France) 6th more
2010 U16 European Championship Women DIVISION A Kozani, Ptolemaida (Greece) 1st more
2010 U18 European Championship Women DIVISION A Poprad, Spisska Nova Ves (Slovak Republic) 5th more
2010 U20 European Championship Women DIVISION A Liepaja (Latvia) 1st more
2009 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women Bangkok (Thailand) 6th more
2009 U16 European Championship Women DIVISION A Naples (Italy) 4th more
2009 U18 European Championship Women DIVISION A Södertälje (Sweden) 9th more
2009 U20 European Championship Women DIVISION A Gdynia (Poland) 4th more
2008 U16 European Championship Women DIVISION A Katowice (Poland) 9th more
2008 U18 European Championship Women DIVISION A Nitra (Slovak Republic) 2nd more
2008 U20 European Championship Women DIVISION A Chieti, Sulmona, Pescara (Italy) 1st more
2007 FIBA U21 World Championship for Women Moscow Region 4th more
2007 U16 European Championship Women DIVISION A Valmiera (Latvia) 6th more
2007 U18 European Championship Women DIVISION A Novi Sad (Serbia) 3rd more
2007 U20 European Championship Women DIVISION A Sofia (Bulgaria) 7th more
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