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Basketball at the Youth Olympic Games

Basketball was inducted at the Youth Olympic Games at the inaugural edition in 2010 for both boys and girls. The tournaments use the FIBA 3x3 rules. The program also includes skill challenge.

Basketball at the Youth Olympic Games
Basketball pictogram.svg
Governing bodyFIBA
Events4 (boys: 2; girls: 2)
Games

Contents

BoysEdit

SummariesEdit

Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game
Gold medalist Score Silver medalist Bronze medalist Score Fourth place
2010
Details
 

Singapore

 
Serbia
22–9  
Croatia
 
Greece
34–25  
United States
2014
Details
 

Nanjing

 
Lithuania
18–16  
France
 
Argentina
17–14  
Russia
2018
Details
 

Buenos Aires

 
Argentina
20–15  
Belgium
 
Slovenia
21–13  
Ukraine

Team appearancesEdit

Team  
2010
 
2014
 
2018
  Andorra - 17th 19th
  Argentina 7th 3rd 1st
  Belgium - - 2nd
  Brazil - 7th 7th
  Central African Republic 15th - -
  China - 12th 12th
  Croatia 2nd - -
  Egypt 13th - -
  Estonia - - 9th
  France - 2nd -
  Georgia - - 8th
  Germany - 18th -
  Greece 3rd - -
  Guatemala - 20th -
  Hungary - 14th -
  India 18th - -
  Indonesia - 19th -
  Iran 11th - -
  Israel 6th - -
  Italy - - 5th
  Jordan - - 20th
  Kazakhstan - - 15th
  Kyrgyzstan - - 18th
  Latvia - - 13th
  Lithuania 5th 1st -
  Mongolia - - 17th
  New Zealand 14th 11th 11th
  Panama 20th - -
  Philippines 9th - -
  Poland - 5th -
  Puerto Rico 10th 13th -
  Romania - 8th -
  Russia - 4th 6th
  Serbia 1st - -
  Singapore 17th - -
  Slovenia - 9th 3rd
  South Africa 19th - -
  Spain 8th 10th -
  Tunisia - 15th -
  Turkey 12th - -
  Turkmenistan - - 16th
  Ukraine - - 4th
  United States 4th - 10th
  Uruguay - 16th -
  Venezuela - 6th 14th
  U.S. Virgin Islands 16th - -

Dunk contestEdit

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2014 Nanjing
details
Karim Mouliom
  France
Žiga Lah
  Slovenia
Fu Lei
  China
2018 Buenos Aires
details
Fausto Ruesga
  Argentina
Nikita Remizov
  Russia
Niccolò Filoni
  Italy

GirlsEdit

SummariesEdit

Year Host Gold medal game Bronze medal game
Gold medalist Score Silver medalist Bronze medalist Score Fourth place
2010
Details
 

Singapore

 
China
33–29  
Australia
 
United States
34–25  
Canada
2014
Details
 

Nanjing

 
United States
19–10  
Netherlands
 
Spain
12–11  
Hungary
2018
Details
 

Buenos Aires

 
United States
18–4  
France
 
Australia
16–13  
China

Team appearancesEdit

Team  
2010
 
2014
 
2018
  Andorra - 18th 20th
  Angola 16th - -
  Argentina - - 5th
  Australia 2nd - 3rd
  Belarus 12th - -
  Belgium - 5th -
  Brazil 6th 14th -
  Canada 4th - -
  Chile 18th - -
  China 1st 7th 4th
  Czech Republic 13th 10th 16th
  Egypt - 13th 18th
  Estonia - 6th 14th
  France 10th - 2nd
  Germany 8th 8th 11th
  Guam - 16th -
  Hungary - 4th 6th
  Indonesia - 20th 15th
  Iran - - 19th
  Italy 9th - -
  Ivory Coast 15th - -
  Japan 5th - -
  Mali 14th - -
  Mexico - - 9th
  Netherlands - 2nd 8th
  Romania - 12th 12th
  Russia 11th - -
  Singapore 19th - -
  Slovenia - 17th -
  South Korea 7th - -
  Spain - 3rd 10th
  Sri Lanka - - 17th
  Syria - 19th -
  Chinese Taipei - 11th -
  Thailand 17th 9th -
  Ukraine - - 7th
  United States 3rd 1st 1st
  Vanuatu 20th - -
  Venezuela - 15th 13th

Shoot-out contestEdit

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2014 Nanjing
details
Lucía Togores
  Spain
Ela Mićunović
  Slovenia
Katie Samuelson
  United States
2018 Buenos Aires
details
Mathilde Peyregne
  France
Kateřina Galíčková
  Czech Republic
Sofía Acevedo
  Argentina

Medal tableEdit

As of the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics.
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  France (FRA)2204
2  Argentina (ARG)2024
  United States (USA)2024
4  China (CHN)1012
  Spain (ESP)1012
6  Lithuania (LTU)1001
  Serbia (SRB)1001
8  Slovenia (SLO)0213
9  Australia (AUS)0112
10  Belgium (BEL)0101
  Croatia (CRO)0101
  Czech Republic (CZE)0101
  Netherlands (NED)0101
  Russia (RUS)0101
15  Greece (GRE)0011
  Italy (ITA)0011
Totals (16 nations)10101030

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit