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  • The World Wheelchair Basketball Championships are an elite international competition contested by the top men's and women's national teams from across the globe. The International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) governs the world championships, which take place every four years.

    There are world championships for senior men and senior women (formerly known as the Gold Cup), as well as for junior men (under-23) and junior women (under-25).

    Men's World Championships

    2014 Men's World Championship - Incheon, South Korea
    1 - Australia 9 - Japan
    2 - United States 10 - Colombia
    3 - Turkey 11 - Germany
    4 - Spain 12 - Argentina
    5 - Italy 13 - Sweden
    6 - Korea 14 - Mexico
    7 - Great Britain 15 - Netherlands
    8 - Iran 16 - Algeria

     

    2010 Men's World Championship - Birmingham, Great Britain
    1 - Australia 7 - Canada
    2 - France 8 - Turkey
    3 - United States 9 - Mexico
    4 - Italy 10 - Japan
    5 - Great Britain 11 - Korea
    6 - Poland 12 - Algeria
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    2006 Men's World Championship - Amsterdam, Netherlands
    1 - Canada 7 - Japan
    2 - United States 8 - Italy
    3 - Australia 9 - Brazil
    4 - Netherlands 10 - Israel
    5 - Great Britain 11 - France
    6 - Sweden 12 - South Africa

     

    2002 Men's World Championship - Kitakyushu, Japan
    1 - United States 7 - Netherlands
    2 - Great Britain 8 - Japan
    3 - Canada 9 - Israel
    4 - Australia 10 - Brazil
    5 - Germany 11 - Korea
    6 - France 12 - South Africa

     

    1998 Men's World Championship - Sydney, Australia
    1 - United States 7 - France
    2 - Netherlands 8 - Finland
    3 - Canada 9 - Japan
    4 - Australia 10 - Mexico
    5 - Great Britain 11 - Korea
    6 - Spain 12 - Egypt

     

    1994 Men's World Championship - Edmonton, Canada
    1 - United States 7 - Spain
    2 - Great Britain 8 - Sweden
    3 - Canada 9 - Germany
    4 - France 10 - Argentina
    5 - Netherlands 11 - Japan
    6 - Australia 12 - Brazil

     

    1990 Men's World Championship - Bruges, Belgium
    1 - France 7 - Japan
    2 - United States 8 - Sweden
    3 - Canada 9 - Belgium
    4 - Netherlands 10 - Italy
    5 - Australia 11 - Austria
    6 - Germany 12 - Great Britain

     

    1986 Men's World Championship - Melbourne, Australia
    1 - United States 7 - Yugoslavia
    2 - Canada 8 - Italy
    3 - Netherlands 9 - Germany
    4 - France 10 - Australia
    5 - Israel 11 - Great Britain
    6 - Sweden  

     

    1983 Men's World Championship - Halifax, Canada
    1 - United States 7 - Germany
    2 - France 8 - Great Britain
    3 - Sweden 9 - Japan
    4 - Israel 10 - Belgium
    5 - Netherlands 11 - Australia
    6 - Canada  

     

    1979 Men's World Championship - Tampa, United States
    1 - United States 6 - Sweden
    2 - Netherlands 7 - Spain
    3 - France 8 - Great Britain
    4 - Israel 9 - Belgium
    5 - Canada  

     

    1975 Men's World Championship - Bruges, Belgium
    1 - Israel 7 - Canada
    2 - United States 8 - Germany
    3 - Great Britain 9 - Belgium
    4 - Netherlands 10 - Switzerland
    5 - Sweden 11 - Poland
    6 - Italy  

     

    Women's World Championships

    2014 Women's World Championship - Toronto, Canada
    1 - Canada 7 - China
    2 - Germany 8 - France
    3 - Netherlands 9 - Japan
    4 - United States 10 - Mexico
    5 - Great Britain 11 - Brazil
    6 - Australia 12 - Peru
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    2010 Women's World Championship - Birmingham, Great Britain
    1 - United States 6 - Great Britain
    2 - Germany 7 - Japan
    3 - Canada 8 - China
    4 - Australia 9 - Mexico
    5 - Netherlands 10 - Brazil
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    2006 Women's World Championship - Amsterdam, Netherlands
    1 - Canada 5 - Netherlands
    2 - United States 6 - Japan
    3 - Germany 7 - Mexico
    4 - Australia 8 - France

     

    2002 Women's World Championship - Kitakyushu, Japan
    1 - Canada 5 - Mexico
    2 - United States 6 - Netherlands
    3 - Australia 7 - Germany
    4 - Japan 8 - Great Britain

     

    1998 Women's World Championship - Sydney, Australia
    1 - Canada 5 - Germany
    2 - United States 6 - Netherlands
    3 - Australia 7 - Great Britain
    4 - Japan 8 - Mexico

     

    1994 Women's World Championship - Stoke Mandeville,
    Great Britain
    1 - Canada 6 - Great Britain
    2 - United States 7 - Japan
    3 - Australia 8 - France
    4 - Netherlands 9 - Israel
    5 - Germany 10 - Spain

     

    1990 Women's World Championship - St. Etienne, France
    1 - United States 5 - France
    2 - Germany 6 - Australia
    3 - Canada 7 - Great Britain
    4 - Netherlands 8 - Spain

     

    Men's U23 World Championships

    2013 Men's U23 World Championship - Adana, Turkey
    1 - Germany 7 - Turkey
    2 - Sweden 8 - Italy
    3 - Australia 9 - Japan
    4 - Great Britain 10 - Mexico
    5 - Iran 11 - South Africa
    6 - Canada 12 - Venezuela
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    2009 Men's U23 World Championship - Paris, France
    1 - United States 7 - Brazil
    2 - Spain 8 - Canada
    3 - Sweden 9 - Mexico
    4 - Australia 10 - France
    5 - Turkey 11 - South Africa
    6 - Japan 12 - Malaysia
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    2005 Men's U23 World Championship - Birmingham, Great Britain
    1 - United States 7 - Brazil
    2 - Japan 8 - France
    3 - Australia 9 - Spain
    4 - Great Britain 10 - Turkey
    5 - Germany 11 - Argentina
    6 - Canada 12 - Netherlands

     

    2001 Men's U23 World Championship - Blumenau, Brazil
    1 - Canada 4 - Great Britain
    2 - Brazil 5 - Germany
    3 - United States 6 - Mexico

     

    1997 Men's U23 World Championship - Toronto, Canada
    1 - Canada 5 - Great Britain
    2 - United States 6 - France
    3 - Australia 7 - Poland
    4 - Germany  

     

    Women's U25 World Championships

    2011 Women's U25 World Championship - St. Catharines, Canada
    1 - United States 5 - Japan
    2 - Australia 6 - Germany
    3 - Great Britain 7 - Mexico
    4 - Canada 8 - South Africa
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