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Basketball at the Pan Arab Games

Basketball has been an Pan Arab Games event since the first edition in 1953 in Alexandria, Egypt.

Men's tournaments

Summaries

Year Host Final Third Place Game
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
1953
Details

Alexandria

Egypt
61 – 41
Syria

Jordan
44 – 23
Palestine
1957
Details

Beirut

Lebanon

Syria

Tunisia

Morocco
1961
Details

Casablanca

UA Republic
1965
Details

Cairo

UA Republic
1976
Details

Damascus
1985
Details

Rabat

Jordan
1992
Details

Damascus

Syria

Jordan
1997
Details

Beirut

Saudi Arabia

Syria

United Arab Emirates

Lebanon
1999
Details

Amman

Egypt
97 – 68
Jordan
2004
Details

Algiers

Egypt

Algeria

Libya

Qatar
2007
Details

Cairo

Egypt
76 – 73
Jordan

Qatar
91 – 70
Iraq
2011
Details

Doha

Qatar
78 – 70
Jordan

Egypt
88 – 71
Tunisia

^n/a A round-robin tournament determined the final standings.

Participating nations

Women's tournaments

Summaries

Year Host Final Third Place Game
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
1999
Details

Amman

Tunisia
74 – 71
Egypt
2004
Details

Algiers

Lebanon

Tunisia

Algeria
2007
Details

Cairo
2011
Details

Doha

Lebanon
Round Robin
Egypt

Jordan
Round Robin
Somalia

Participating nations

Nation 99
04
07
11
15
Years
 Algeria 3rd 1
 Egypt 2nd 2nd 2
 Jordan 3rd 1
 Kuwait 6th 1
 Lebanon 1st 1st 2
 Qatar 5th 1
 Somalia 4th 1
 Tunisia 1st 2nd 2

Medal table

See also

External links

  • Basketball at the Pan Arab Games - goalzz.com
  • 135 medals and counting - Al-Ahram Weekly
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