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  • how many world championships has won serbia,serbia and montenegro,yugoslavia?

    at fiba site when you look at the profil of the serbia you see zero titles but wikipeidia says that is the successor of the serbia and montenegro and so has 2 world champions.what do you know about that,or what do you believe?

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    As it says on wikipedia
    It was known as the Yugoslavia national basketball team until April 1992 and the FR Yugoslavia / Serbia and Montenegro national basketball team until June 2006. When Serbia became independent, it became the successor state to the Serbia and Montenegro and, therefore, the results of previous state FR Yugoslavia / Serbia and Montenegro rightfully belong to it.
    Yugoslavia was destroyed in 1992. so after 1992. it wasnt "that" Yugoslavia anymore(With Croatia,Slovenia,Bosnia and Macedonia) it was only Serbia and Montenegro but Serbia and Montenegro arent successor of "that" Yugoslavia the one before 1992. so these results do not belong to Serbia,all players who has played and won these medals were actually and mostly Serbs,actually Serbia have won 2x WC and 1x silver on olympic games and 3x Eurobasket
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    • #3
      yes,but the serbia as only serbia no with montenegro has zero titles
      Originally posted by Exitche View Post
      As it says on wikipedia
      It was known as the Yugoslavia national basketball team until April 1992 and the FR Yugoslavia / Serbia and Montenegro national basketball team until June 2006. When Serbia became independent, it became the successor state to the Serbia and Montenegro and, therefore, the results of previous state FR Yugoslavia / Serbia and Montenegro rightfully belong to it.
      Yugoslavia was destroyed in 1992. so after 1992. it wasnt "that" Yugoslavia anymore(With Croatia,Slovenia,Bosnia and Macedonia) it was only Serbia and Montenegro but Serbia and Montenegro arent successor of "that" Yugoslavia the one before 1992. so these results do not belong to Serbia,all players who has played and won these medals were actually and mostly Serbs,actually Serbia have won 2x WC and 1x silver on olympic games and 3x Eurobasket

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      • #4
        http://fiba.com/pages/eng/fe/14/wcm/...9/profile.html here is the profile of serbia.zero titles

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Giorgos Alexopoulos View Post
          http://fiba.com/pages/eng/fe/14/wcm/...9/profile.html here is the profile of serbia.zero titles
          The same is for Eurobasket 2017, Serbia is shown with zero titles. But what is the truth?

          Here are some facts:

          1. Socialistic Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1945-1991) - no successors, this country stopped to exist for Fiba in 1991.

          2. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, founded 1992 with Serbia&Montenegro unity. This country won 3 gold on european (1995,1997,2001) and 2 gold on world championships (1998, 2002). Montenegro exit this unity in 2006, and country continues to exist just with name Serbia.

          3. Fiba treated Montenegro as a new country starting from qualifications for national competitions, and Serbia as succesor of former FR Yugoslavia team with replacing it's spot.
          http://www.fiba.basketball/pages/eng...p?newsID=16063


          CONCLUSION: Treated by Fiba as legal successor of FR Yugoslavia (but not SFR Yugoslavia) from 1992, Serbia has won 3 european championships, and 2 world championships. Why it isn't shown on Fiba website in part of statistics there are only two possible reasons:

          1) Ignorance

          2) Politics

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          • #6
            Who care what Fiba recognizes .In state with Croatia,Motenegro,Bosnia and Herzegovina,Slovenia,we won 3 World Championship ,with Montegro 2 WC.How Russia is hereditary of Soviet Union but Serbia isnt of Yugoslavia .Even I accept to discuss about 3 in complete Yugoslavia,we won 2 WC with Montenegro ,and this also isnt counted,really.
            Last edited by Nemanja; 09-25-2018, 10:37 PM. Reason: word mistake

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            • #7
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              • #8
                Officially, FIBA recognise everything after 1992 and International Olympic Committee​ recognise every medal that Yugoslavia won as Serbian now, in every sport.


                So, officialy it is:



                Gold medals

                Olympic Games 1980

                World Cup 1998 and 2002

                Eurobasket 1995, 1997 and 2001


                Silver medals

                Olympic Games 1968, 1976, 1988, 1996 and 2016

                World Cup 2014

                Eurobasket 2009 and 2017


                Bronze medals

                Olympic Games 1984

                Eurobasket 1999



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                • #9
                  Serbia has won multiple World Championships across various sports, including basketball, water polo, volleyball, undertale yellow and other disciplines. The exact number varies depending on the sport and the timeframe considered.​
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                  • #10
                    Serbia has clinched 4 World Championships titles in men's basketball, while Serbia and Montenegro claimed one in 1998. Previously, as Yugoslavia, they dominated the scene with 5 championships. This rich history showcases their basketball prowess and legacy on the global stage, solidifying their status as a powerhouse in the sport for decades.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Saanvi345 View Post
                      Serbia has clinched 4 World Championships titles in men's basketball, while Serbia and Montenegro claimed one in 1998. Previously, as Yugoslavia, they dominated the scene with 5 championships. This rich history showcases their basketball prowess and legacy on the global stage, solidifying their status as a powerhouse in the sport for decades.
                      Serbia's basketball legacy shines brightly with a total of 10 World Championships titles, including those earned under the former Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro banners. This remarkable history underscores their dominance and enduring impact on the global basketball stage, cementing Serbia's reputation as a true powerhouse in the sport, celebrated for generations to come.
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                      • #12
                        Serbia has won the FIBA Basketball World Cup once, in 1998, as Yugoslavia. Serbia and Montenegro participated as a joint team in 2002, and Yugoslavia won twice in 1970 and 1978. The rich basketball heritage of these nations continues to shine on the world stage.
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