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Australia (AUS) participated in 149 FIBA/FIBA Zone competitions
Current FIBA World Rank: 2nd (Women), 3rd (Combined) 11th (Men),
SENIOR MEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
2015 FIBA Oceania Championship Melbourne and Wellington 1st more
2015 FIBA U19 World Championship Final Phase Heraklion (Greece) 7th more
2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup Bilbao, Granada, Gran Canaria, Sevilla, Barcelona and Madrid (Spain) 12th more
2014 FIBA U17 World Championship for Men Dubai (United Arab Emirates) 2nd more
2013 FIBA Oceania Championship for Men Auckland (NZL) and Canberra (AUS) 1st more
2013 FIBA U19 Championship for Men Prague (Czech Republic) 4th more
2012 FIBA U17 World Championship for Men Kaunas (Lithuania) 2nd more
2012 Olympic Men London (England) 7th more
2011 FIBA Oceania Championship Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney (Australia) 1st more
2011 FIBA U19 World Championship Liepeda, Valmiera and Riga (Latvia) 6th more
2011 London Invitational Tournament London (England) 2nd more
2010 FIBA U17 World Championship for Men Hamburg (Germany) 6th more
2010 FIBA World Championship Ankara, Izmir, Kayseri y Estambul (Turkey) 10th more
2009 FIBA Oceania Championship for Men Melbourne, Australia and Wellington, New Zealand 2nd more
2009 FIBA U19 World Championship for Men Auckland (New Zealand) 4th more
2008 FIBA Diamond Ball Tournament for Men Nanjing (China) 2nd more
2008 Olympic Games: Tournament Men Beijing (China) 7th more
2007 FIBA Oceania Championship for Men Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne (Australia) 1st more
2007 FIBA U19 World Championship for Men Novi Sad (Serbia) 5th more
2006 FIBA World Championship Hamamatsu, Hiroshima, Sapporo, Sendai and Saitama (Japan) 9th more
2005 FIBA Oceania Championship for Men Auckland, Hanakaw and Dunedin (New Zealand) 1st more
2004 FIBA Diamond Ball Tournament for Men Belgrade (Serbia) 5th more
2004 Olympic Games: Tournament for Men Athens (Greece) 9th more
2003 Oceania Championship for Men Bendigo, Geelong, Melbourne (Australia) 1st more
2003 World Championship for Junior Men Thessaloniki (Greece) 1st more