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List of Olympic medalists in basketball - Wikipedia

Seven players have won four medals: the USA's Lisa Leslie, Tamika Catchings, (each with four golds with the women's team) and Carmelo Anthony (three golds and one bronze with the men's team), the Soviet Union's Gennadi Volnov (one gold, two silver, one bronze) and Sergei Belov (one gold, three bronze), and Australians Kristi Harrower and Lauren Jackson (both with three silvers and one bronze). Leslie, Bird, Catchings, and Taurasi are the all-time leaders for the most consecutive gold medal ...

Olympics List of Men's Basketball Gold Medal Winners Since 1936

With the Tokyo Olympics around the corner, it’s time for a new OG List. We compiled a complete ...

Who wins Gold? Breaking down Men's Olympic basketball tournament

Historically, Olympic gold in men’s basketball has been as American as a cheeseburger with a side of tater tots. Team USA has dominated Olympic men’s basketball in a dynastic way seen in few ...

Olympic Basketball Medal Winners By Year - Men's and Women's ...

The most basketball Olympic gold medal won by a women's team is 8, achieved by Team USA ...

Basketball Medals in the Olympic Games - The Basketball World

NBA players weren't allow to participate in the Olympic Games until 1992 when Barcelona was the ...

Basketball Olympics Gold Medal Winners - Image Results

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Basketball - France vs United States - Gold Medal Game Results

Official Reports. Saitama Super Arena - 7 Aug - 11:30. Gold Medal Game - Match 51. France France. FRA. -. USA. United States United States. FRA.

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 ...

Team USA seeks 4th consecutive Olympic basketball gold | NBA.com

It’ll be the fewest games played by a gold medal-winning team since the inaugural Olympic tournament in 1936, when the U.S. won the gold with a 5-0 record and played only four games.