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Softball at the Olympic Games - Women

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1996, Jul 21-29 Columbus USA USA 3:1 CHN AUS
2000, Sep 17-26 Sydney AUS USA 2:1 JPN AUS
2004, Aug 14-23 Hellinikon GRE USA 5:1 AUS JPN
2008, Aug 12-21 Beijing CHN JPN 3:1 USA AUS


Softball at the World Games - Women (defunct)

The International World Games Association (IWGA, founded in 1981) organizes the World Games every 4 years. Thus, an International Sports Federation (IF) can become a member of the IWGA; it must satisfy two essential conditions:
The IF must be a member of GAISF (the umbrella organization for all (Olympic and non-Olympic) international sports federations), and their sport does not belong to the current Olympic program.
Since 1989 the World Games are under the special patronage of the IOC.

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1981, Jul 29-31 (w) Santa Clara USA USA 3:0 CAN BAH
1981, Jul 29-31 (m) Santa Clara USA USA II 3:0 USA I CAN
1985, Jul 25 - Aug 04 London GBR USA
TPE NED
1989 - 2005 not on program
2009, Jul 17-20 Kaohsiung TPE JPN 4:2 TPE KOR
2013, Jul 25 - 30 Cali COL CUB 3:2 VEN COL
2017 not on program

1981: there was also a men′s competition

Women′s World Championship

Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1965, Feb 13-21 Melbourne AUS AUS 1:0 USA JPN
1970, Aug 22-30 Osaka JPN JPN 1:0 USA PHI
1974, Aug 08-14 Stratford USA USA 5:0 JPN AUS
1978, Oct 14-22 San Salvador ESA USA 4:0 CAN NZL
1982, Jul 02-11 Taipei City TPE NZL 2:0 TPE AUS
1986, Jan 18-27 Auckland NZL USA 2:0 CHN NZL
1990, Jul 13-21 Normal USA USA --- NZL CHN
1994, Jul 29 - Aug 07 St. John′s CAN USA 6:0 CHN TPE
1998, Jul 20-30 Fujinomiya JPN USA 1:0 AUS JPN
2002, Jul 26 - Aug 04 Saskatoon CAN USA 1:0 JPN TPE
2006, Aug 27 - Sep 05 Beijing CHN USA 3:0 JPN AUS
2010, Jun 23 - Jul 02 Caracas VEN USA 7:0 JPN CAN
2012, Jul 13-22 Whitehorse CAN JPN 2:1 USA AUS
2014, Aug 15-24 Haarlem NED JPN 4:1 USA AUS
2016, Jul 15-24 Surrey CAN USA 7:3 JPN CAN

1990: The gold medal game was rained out. The USA was awarded the gold medal for a superior round robin record.

Junior Women′s World Championship (U19)

Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1981, Jul 05-12 Edmonton CAN JPN 1:0 USA CHN
1985, Jul 05-13 Fargo USA CHN 1:0 JPN USA
1987, Jul 10-18 Oklahoma City USA USA 1:0 CHN JPN
1991, Apr 20-29 Adelaide AUS JPN 1:0 USA CHN
1995, Jun 24 - Jul 01 Normal USA USA 3:0 JPN AUS
1999, Jun 17-26 Taipei City TPE JPN 3:1 USA TPE
2003, Oct 12-20 Nanjing CHN JPN 3:2 USA AUS
2007, Jun 20-30 Enschede NED USA 3:1 JPN AUS
2011, Dec 07-17 Cape Town RSA USA 4:1 JPN TPE
2013, Jul 01-07 Brampton CAN JPN 4:0 USA AUS
2015, Aug 07-16 Oklahoma City USA USA 8:1 JPN PUR
2017, Jul 24-30 Clearwater USA USA 13:4 JPN PUR


Youth World Cup (U16) (defunct)

Champions Final Runners-up Third place
2001, Nov 17-23 Plant City USA Tampa Mustangs Red USA 4:0 TPE Orlando No Fear USA
2003, Jul 08-13 Plant City USA TPE 2:0 Lilburn T-Birds USA Team FLA USA
2005, Nov 23-27 Plant City USA Shamrocks Fairfax USA 2:1 TPE Auburndale Maniacs USA
2009, Aug 09-16 Praha CZE JPN 16:1 NED PUR
2010, Dec 30 - 2011, Jan 05 Plant City USA BRA 3:2 South Florida Mini Bulls USA PUR

2001 - 2005 tournament competed as Girls′ World Cup.

Men′s World Championship

Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1966, Oct 23-30 Ciudad de México MEX USA 6:0 MEX NZL
1968, Sep 21-29 Oklahoma City USA USA 4:0 CAN MEX
1972, Apr 04-12 Manila PHI CAN 1:0 USA NZL
1976, Feb 01-08 Lower Hutt NZL CAN
NZL
USA
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1980, Jul 11-19 Tacoma USA USA 3:0 CAN BAH
1984, Jul 06-14 Midland USA NZL 3:1 CAN USA
1988, Jul 29 - Aug 07 Saskatoon CAN USA 2:4, 4:0 NZL CAN
1992, Mar 20-28 Manila PHI CAN 5:3 NZL USA
1996, Jul 05-13 Midland USA NZL 4:0 CAN JPN
2000, Jul 07-15 East London RSA NZL 2:1 JPN USA
2004, Jan 29 - Feb 09 Christchurch NZL NZL 9:5 CAN AUS
2009, Jul 17-26 Saskatoon CAN AUS 5:0 NZL CAN
2013, Mar 01-10 Auckland NZL NZL 4:1 VEN AUS
2015, Jun 26 - Jul 05 Saskatoon CAN CAN 10:5 NZL VEN
2017, Jul 07-16 Whitehorse CAN NZL 6:4 AUS CAN

1976: The final day was rained out.

Junior Men′s World Championship (U19)

Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1981, Jul 05-12 Edmonton CAN JPN 2:0 USA MEX
1985, Jul 05-13 Fargo USA NZL 2:1 USA JPN
1989, Jun 23 - Jul 01 Summerside CAN NZL 5:4 CAN JPN
1993, Feb 12-21 Auckland NZL CAN 4:3 NZL JPN
1997, Jul 20-27 St. John′s CAN AUS 6:1 JPN CAN
2001, Apr 19-29 Sydney AUS AUS 8:0 JPN CAN
2005, Jun 24 - Jul 03 Summerside CAN AUS 7:2 JPN CAN
2008, Jun 21-29 Whitehorse CAN AUS 2:1 CAN JPN
2012, Nov 01-11 Paraná ARG ARG 5:0 JPN AUS
2014, Jul 11-20 Whitehorse CAN ARG 9:0 NZL JPN
2016, Jul 24-30 Midland USA JPN 2:1 NZL CAN


Men′s Fast Pitch World Cup (defunct)

Tournament is open for national teams and club teams.

Champions Final Runners-up Third place
2007, Jun 18-24 Praha CZE JPN 2:0 USA VEN
2011, Jun 13-18 Praha CZE JPN 7:3 CZE Prague Stars CZE

Co-Ed Slow Pitch World Cup

Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1987, Oct 01-05 Oklahoma City USA USA 20:3 CAN TPE
2002, Jun 27-30 Plant City USA -men US Batters Choice/ Mizuno USA 17:14 Bahamas Junkanoo BAH GBR
2002, Jun 27-30 Plant City USA - mixed GBR II 9:5 Bahamas Goombay BAH Bahamas Arawaks BAH
2005, Oct 07-10 Plant City USA Clan Softball Team SCO 9:4 Tampa Bay Fishery Lakeland USA A.F. Masonry Plant City USA
2015, Nov 19-22 Plant City USA BAH --- GER CAN
2016, Nov 17-20 Plant City USA BAH 22:11 GBR CUR
2017, Nov 17-19 Plant City USA CAN 20:15,23:22 BAH USA

1987: officially called World Championship - for Men′s teams only
2002: competitions for Men′s teams and mixed teams, respectively
since 2005: for mixed (Co-Ed) teams only
2015: all placement matches are rained out


Last modified: 20.12.2017