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Brazil (BRA) participated in 236 FIBA/FIBA Zone competitions
Current FIBA World Rank: 9th (Men), 7th (Women), 6th (Combined)
JUNIOR MEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
2013 FIBA U19 Championship for Men Prague (Czech Republic) 10th more
2013 South American U17 Championship Salto (Uruguay) 3rd more
2012 FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Men Sao Sebastian do Paraiso (Brazil) 2nd more
2012 South American U15 Championship for Men Maldonado (Uruguay) 4th more
2011 FIBA Americas U16 Championship for Men Cancun (Mexico) 5th more
2011 FIBA U19 World Championship Liepeda, Valmiera and Riga (Latvia) 9th more
2011 South American U15 Championship for Men Asuncion (Paraguay) 2nd more
2011 South American U17 Championship for Men Cucuta (Colombia) 1st more
2010 FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Men San Antonio (USA) 2nd more
2010 South American U15 Championship for Men Pasto (Colombia) 2nd more
2009 FIBA Americas U16 Championship for Men Mendoza (Argentina) 5th more
2009 South American U15 Championship for Men San Andres (Colombia) 2nd more
2009 South American U17 Championship for Men Trinidad (Uruguay) 3rd more
2008 South American U15 Championship for Men Guanare (Venezuela) 3rd more
2007 FIBA U19 World Championship for Men Novi Sad (Serbia) 4th more
2007 South American U16 Championship for Men Misiones (Argentina) n/a more
2007 South American U17 Championship for Men Guanare (Venezuela) 4th more
2006 FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Men San Antonio (USA) 3rd more
2006 South American U16 Championship for Men Montevideo (Uruguay) 1st more
2005 South American U16 Championship for Men Piriapolis (Uruguay) 3rd more
2005 South American U17 Championship for Men Barquisimeto (Venezuela) 3rd more
2004 South American Championship for Cadets Men Catamarca (Argentina) 3rd  
2004 U21 South American Championship for Men Ancud (Chile) 2nd more
2004 U21 The Americas Tournament for Men Halifax (Canada) 6th more
2000 Championship of the Americas for Young Men Riberao Preto, Sao Paulo (Brazil) 4th  
2000 South American Championship for Junior Men Cali (Colombia) 2nd  
2000 South American Championship for Young Men Mercedes, Paysandu (Uruguay) 2nd  
1999 World Championship for Junior Men Porto, Aveiro, Almada, Faro, Lisbon (Portugal) 8th more
1998 South American Championship for Junior Men Jesus Maria, Cordoba (Argentina) 1st  
1997 South American Championship for Cadets Santa Fé (Argentina) 1st  
1996 Championship of the Americas for Men 22 and Under Caguas (Puerto Rico) 5th  
1996 South American Championship for Cadets Jesus Maria Cordoba (Argentina) 1st  
1996 South American Championship for Junior Men Loja, Ibarra, Babahoyo (Ecuador) 2nd  
1996 South American Championship for Men "22 and Under" Victoria (Brazil) 1st  
1995 South American Championship for Cadets Arequipa (Peru) 2nd more
1994 South American Championship for Junior Men Oruro (Bolivia) 3rd  
1993 World Championship for Men '22 and Under' Burgos, Palencia and, Valladolid (Spain) 3rd more
1991 World Championship for Junior Men Edmonton (Canada) 7th more
1987 World Championship for Junior Men Bormio (Italy) 10th more
1983 World Championship for Junior Men Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, Mahon, Lllucmayor (Spain) 3rd more
1979 World Championship for Junior Men Sao Paulo, Presidente Prudente, Sao Bernardo, Salvador (Brazil) 2nd more
JUNIOR WOMEN
Year Event Name Location (City, Country) Ranking  
2014 FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Women Colorado Springs (USA) 4th more
2014 FIBA U17 World Championship for Women Klatovy and Pilsen (Czech Republic) 9th more
2014 South American U15 Championship for Women Barquisimeto (Venezuela) 1st more
2013 FIBA Americas U16 Championship for Women Cancun (Mexico) 3rd more
2013 FIBA U19 Championship for Women Panevezys and Klaipeda (Lithuania) 6th more
2013 South American U17 Championship for Women Porto Viejo (Ecuador) 1st more
2012 FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Women Gurabo (Puerto Rico) n/a more
2012 FIBA U17 World Championship for Women Amsterdam (Netherlands) 11th more
2012 South American U15 Champonship for Women Caracas 1st more
2011 FIBA Americas U16 Championship for Women Merida (Mexico) 2nd more
2011 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt (Chile) 3rd more
2011 South American U15 Championship for Women Chordeleg (Ecuador) 1st more
2011 South American U17 Championship for Women Pasto (Colombia) 3rd more
2010 FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Women Colorado Springs (USA) 2nd more
2010 South American U15 Championship for Women Trinidad (Uruguay) 1st more
2009 FIBA Americas U16 Championship for Women Mexico City (Mexico) 4th more
2009 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women Bangkok (Thailand) 9th more
2009 South American U15 Championship for Women Portoviejo (Ecuador) 1st more
2009 South American U18 Championship for Women Santiago (Chile) 1st more
2008 FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Women Buenos Aires (Argentina) 3rd more
2008 South American U15 Championship for Women Asuncion (Paraguay) 2nd more
2007 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women Bratislava (Slovak Republic) 10th more
2007 FIBA U21 World Championship for Women Moscow Region 8th more
2007 South American U17 Championship for Women Cuenca (Ecuador) 3rd more
2007 South American Women Cadets Championship Loja (Ecuador) 2nd more
2006 FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Women Colorado Springs (USA) 4th more
2006 FIBA Americas U20 Championship for Women Mexico City (Mexico) 2nd more
2006 South American U16 Championship for Women Cuenca (Ecuador) 1st more
2005 South American Championship for Cadets Women Barquisimeto (Venezuela) 1st more
2005 South American U17 Championship for Women Asuncion (Paraguay) 2nd more
2004 South American Championship for Cadets Women Barquisimeto (Venezuela) 2nd  
2004 U18 South American Championship for Women Cochabamba (Bolivia) 1st more
2004 U18 The Americas Tournament Junior for Women Mayaguez (Puerto Rico) 4th more
2003 World Championship for Young Women Sibenik (Croatia) 2nd more
2001 World Championship for Junior Women Brno (Czech Republic) 7th more
2000 South American Championship for Junior Women San Felipe, Yaracuy (Venezuela) 1st  
1998 South American Championship for Junior Women Ancud (Chile) 1st  
1997 South American Championship for Cadettes Buenos Aires (Argentina) 1st  
1997 World Championship for Junior Women Natal (Brazil) 4th more
1996 South American Championship for Cadettes Santa Cruz (Bolivia) 1st  
1996 South American Championship for Junior Women Quito (Ecuador) 2nd  
1995 South American Championship for Junior Women San Roque, Sao Paulo (Brazil) 2nd  
1994 South American Championship for Cadettes Santiago de Chile (Chile) 1st  
1993 World Championship for Junior Women Seoul (Korea) 5th more
1989 World Championship for Junior Women Bilbao (Spain) 8th more