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List of Olympic medalists in basketball - Wikipedia

The United States are the defending champions in both men's and women's tournaments. As of the ...

Olympics Men's Basketball Medal Winners - iWeblists

Olympics Trivia - A Sortable List Of Men's Basketball Medal Winners

Basketball Medals at the Olympic Games by Year

France. Lithuania. Atlanta 1996. USA. FR of Yugoslavia. Lithuania. Barcelona 1992. USA. Croatia.

Olympics Women's Basketball Winners - List of Gold, Silver ...

Women's Basketball event is relatively a late introduction at Olympic Games. It was held for the first time at Olympic Games in 1976. Since then it has been played at every Olympic Games. The United States of America has dominated the event. The following medals table lists all medalists in Women's Basketball competition at Olympic Games.

Basketball at the Summer Olympics - Wikipedia

The United States are the defending champions in both men's and women's tournaments. On 9 June 2017, the Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee announced that 3x3 basketball would become an official Olympic sport as of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, for both men and women.

List of Olympic medalists in athletics (men) - Wikipedia

This is the complete list of men's medalists in athletics at the Summer Olympics. It does not include the medalists from the Athletics at the 1906 Intercalated Games – these are no longer regarded as an official part of the Olympic chronology by the IOC .

FIBA Basketball World Cup - Wikipedia

The FIBA Basketball World Cup was conceived at a meeting of the FIBA World Congress at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London. Long-time FIBA Secretary-General Renato William Jones urged FIBA to adopt a World Championship, similar to the FIFA World Cup, to be held in every four years between Olympiads.

List of AAU men's basketball champions - Wikipedia

Tom Meschery (San Francisco Olympic Club) Don Ohl (Peoria Cats) Jim Pollard (San Diego Dons, Oakland Bittners) Flynn Robinson (Denver Capital) Bob Rule (Denver Capital) Cazzie Russell (Detroit Ford Mustangs) Ken Sears (San Francisco Olympic Club) George Yardley (San Francisco Stewart Chevrolets, Los Alamitos Naval Air Station) Trial Games