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Basketball at the Pan Arab Games

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

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Contents

Men's tournaments

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

Egypt
61 – 41
Syria

Jordan
44 – 23
Palestine
1957
Details
Lebanon
Beirut

Lebanon
n / a
Syria

Tunisia
n / a
Morocco
1961
Details
Morocco
Casablanca

UA Republic
n / a
Lebanon

Morocco
n / a
Libya
1965
Details
United Arab Republic
Cairo

UA Republic
n / a
Sudan

Syria
n / a
Iraq
1976
Details
Syria
Damascus
n / a n / a
1985
Details
Morocco
Rabat

Jordan
n / a
Iraq

Tunisia
n / a
Syria
1992
Details
Syria
Damascus

Syria
n / a
Jordan

Tunisia
n / a
1997
Details
Lebanon
Beirut

Saudi Arabia
n / a
Syria

United Arab Emirates
n / a
Lebanon
1999
Details
Jordan
Amman

Egypt
97 – 68
Jordan

Qatar
n / a
Syria
2004
Details
Algeria
Algiers

Egypt
n / a
Algeria

Libya
n / a
Qatar
2007
Details
Egypt
Cairo

Egypt
76 – 73
Jordan

Qatar
91 – 70
Iraq
2011
Details
Qatar
Doha

Qatar
78 – 70
Jordan

Egypt
88 – 71
Tunisia

Women's tournaments

Year Host Final Third Place Game
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
1985
Details
Morocco
Rabat

Algeria
n / a
Morocco

Syria
n / a
1992
Details
Syria
Damascus

Egypt
n / a
Tunisia

Syria
n / a
1997
Details
Lebanon
Beirut

Egypt
n / a
Tunisia

Lebanon
n / a
1999
Details
Jordan
Amman

Tunisia
74 – 71
Egypt

Jordan
n / a
Syria
2004
Details
Algeria
Algiers

Lebanon
n / a
Tunisia

Algeria
n / a
2007
Details
Egypt
Cairo
Not held women's tournament
2011
Details
Qatar
Doha

Lebanon
Round Robin
Egypt

Jordan
Round Robin
Tunisia

Medal table

See also

External links

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