Cuba women's national basketball team

Cuba

Cuba

FIBA Ranking 10th
Joined FIBA 1937
FIBA Zone FIBA Americas
National Federation Federación Cubana de Baloncesto
Coach Alberto Zabala
Olympic Games
Appearances 4
Medals None
World Championships
Appearances 10
Medals None
FIBA Americas Championship
Appearances 9
Medals Gold: 1989, 1999, 2005
Silver: 1995, 2001, 2003, 2007
Bronze: 1997


Cuba women's national basketball team represents Cuba in international basketball competitions for women.

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Achievements

Olympic Games

World championship

  • 1953: 10th place
  • 1957: 12th place
  • 1959: did not compete
  • 1964: did not compete
  • 1967: did not compete
  • 1971: 7th place
  • 1975: did not compete
  • 1979: did not compete
  • 1983: 10th place
  • 1986: 6th place
  • 1990: 3rd place
  • 1994: 6th place
  • 1998: 7th place
  • 2002: 9th place
  • 2006: 11th place

Americas championship

  • 1989: 1st place
  • 1993: 4th place
  • 1995: 2nd place
  • 1997: 3rd place
  • 1999: 1st place
  • 2001: 2nd place
  • 2003: 2nd place
  • 2005: 1st place
  • 2007: 2nd place

Pan American Games

  • 1955: did not compete
  • 1959: did not compete
  • 1963: did not compete
  • 1967: 5th place
  • 1971: 3rd place
  • 1975: 3rd place
  • 1979: 1st place
  • 1983: 2nd place
  • 1987: 4th place
  • 1991: 2nd place
  • 1995: no competition
  • 1999: 1st place
  • 2003: 1st place
  • 2007: 3rd place

Squads

1980 Olympic Games

  • Andrea Borrell
  • Bárbara Becquer
  • Caridad Despaigne
  • Inocenta Corvea
  • María de los Santos
  • María Moret
  • Matilde Charro
  • Nancy Atiez
  • Santa Margarita Skeet
  • Sonia de la Paz
  • Vicenta Salmón
  • Virginia Pérez


  • Head Coach:


1990 World championship

  • Regla Hernández
  • Yamilet Martínez
  • Head Coaches:
    Tomas Martínez
    Manuel Pérez


1992 Olympic Games

  • Regla Hernández
  • Yamilé Martínez


  • Head Coach:


1994 World championship

  • Lisdeivis Víctores
  • María León
  • Milayda Enríquez
  • Olga Vigil
  • Regla Hernández
  • Tania Seino
  • Yamilé Martínez


  • Head Coach:


1996 Olympic Games

  • Tania Seino
  • María León
  • Yamilé Martínez
  • Dalia Henry
  • Milayda Enríquez
  • Lisdeivis Víctores
  • Olga Vigil
  • Grisel Herrera
  • Biosotis Lagnó
  • Yudith Águila
  • Cariola Hechavarría
  • Gertrudis Gómez


  • Head Coach:


1998 World championship

  • Dalia Henry[3]
  • Grisel Herrera
  • Yudith Águila
  • Licet Castillo
  • Lisdeivis Víctores
  • Milayda Enríquez
  • María León
  • Taimara Suero
  • Tania Seino
  • Yamilé Martínez
  • Yadiletsy Ríos
  • Yuliseny Soria


  • Head Coach:


2000 Olympic Games

  • Liset Castillo
  • Milayda Enríquez
  • Cariola Hechavarría
  • Dalia Henry
  • Grisel Herrera
  • María León
  • Yamilé Martínez
  • Yaquelín Plutín
  • Tania Seino
  • Yuliseny Soria
  • Taimara Suero
  • Lisdeivis Víctores


  • Head Coach:


2002 World championship

  • Milayda Parrado
  • Milaisis Duanys
  • Taimara Suero
  • Yaquelín Plutín
  • Yamilé Martínez
  • Yulzeny Soria
  • Lisdeivis Víctores


  • Head Coach:


2003 Pan American Games

  • Taimara Suero
  • Lisdeivis Víctores


  • Head Coach:


2006 World championship

  • Yamara Amargo
  • Yayma Boulet
  • Yamilé Martínez
  • Klavdia Calvo
  • Yolyseny Soria


  • Head Coach:


2007 Pan American Games

  • Yamilé Martínez
  • Clenia Noblet
  • Leidys Oquendo
  • Yakelín Plutín
  • Arlenys Romero
  • Yolyseny Soria
  • Taimara Suero


  • Head Coach:
    Alberto Zabala


2008 Olympic Qualifying tournament

  • Marlen Cepeda
  • Clenia Noblet
  • Leidys Oquendo
  • Yakelín Plutín
  • Arlenys Romero
  • Yolyseny Soria
  • Ineidis Casanova


  • Head Coach:
    Alberto Zabala[6]

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