WSX International Records

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ISF WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

 
Year Venue Winners NZ Standing
2016 Canada USA 8th
2014 The Netherlands Japan 8th
2012 Canada Japan 13th
2010 Venezuela USA 12th
2006 China USA 11th
2002 Canada USA 5th equal
1998 Japan USA 11th
1994 Canada USA 6th
1990 USA USA 2nd
1986 New Zealand USA 3rd
1982 Taiwan New Zealand 1st
1978 El Salvador USA 3rd
1974 USA USA 9th
1970 Japan Japan 7th
1965 Australia Australia 4th
 
WORLD SERIES/ WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

Year: 1965

Countries: (5) Australia, USA, Japan, New Zealand and New Guinea
 
The history of the softball world championships organized by the International Softball Federation (ITS) began in 1965 in Melbourne, Australia, with the participation of five teams. On that occasion the teams that competed were Australia, United States, Japan, New Zealand and New Guinea. Australia won the first and only title in their history by winning nine matches and suffer a defeat. In the decisive clash, Australia defeated the U.S. 1-0, while Japan took
the bronze to overcome New Zealand 3-2.

Gold Medal: Australia
Silver Medal: United States
Bronze Medal: Japan
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OSAKA, JAPAN
Year: 1970

Countries: (8) Japan, USA, Philippines, Mexico, Australia, China Taipei, New Zealand, Canada and Zambia. Five years later, in Osaka, Japan 1970 the list of teams increased to eight, with Mexico on behalf of Hispanic America.
The competitors were: Japan, USA, Philippines, Australia, Mexico, Chinese Taipei, New Zealand, Canada and Zambia.
Japan dominated the tournament with a 9-1 record and took the title by defeating the U.S. 1-0 shutout. The Philippines was third after beating 1-0 to Australia.

Gold Medal: Japan
Silver Medal: United States
Medal Bronze Philippines
 

STRATFORD, USA
Year: 1974

Countries: (15) Japan, Australia, China Taipei, Netherlands, South Africa, Bermuda, Mexico, Venezuela, United States,
Philippine, Canada, Italy, New Zealand, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands.

The town of Stratford, Conn., USA, was the first to welcome in 1974 in the Americas, world softball championship.
A total of 17 teams participated in the tournament, divided into two groups of eight and seven participants. It was the year that Venezuela made its world debut, to be included in Division One, where it occupies the bottom rung with a record of zero wins and seven setbacks. Japan dominated the group with seven wins with no defeats, and the United States did the same in the other division unbeaten in six games. U.S. hegemony began there in the World Cup after a 3-0 win in Japan, and Australia was the third step beating the Philippines 4-0.

Gold Medal: United States
Silver Medal: Japan
Bronze Medal: Australia
 

SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR
Year: 1978

Countries: (15) Canada., Australia, Holland, El Salvador, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Zambia. U.S., New Zealand., China Taipei, Bahamas, Italy, Belize, Panama and Nicaragua.

World's first Hispanic American soil was held in El Salvador 1978, its capital (San Salvador), welcomed back 17 teams divided into two groups of eight and seven participants.
El Salvador, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Panama and Nicaragua were the representatives of the Hispanic America. The group dominated with a record of 6-0 Canada and the United States took possession of the other
key to 7-0. In the end, the Americans won the second championship in a row after a 4-0 whitewash Canada and New Zealand won the bronze by winning 3-1 to Chinese Taipei.

Gold Medal: United States
Silver Medal: Canada
Bronze Medal: New Zealand
 

TAIPEI, TAIWAN
Year: 1982

Countries: (23) United States, Australia, Guatemala, Belgium, Colombia, Singapore, Canada, Philippines, Venezuela, Nicaragua Guam, Sweden, New Zealand, the Netherlands. Bermuda, Panama, Dominican Republic, Indonesia, China Taipei, El Salvador. Bahamas, Malaysia and Nauru.

On Sunday the United States in the world had a brief break in the championship held in China Taipei 1982. In this edition, the number of participants grew to 23, split into four groups. For Venezuela is their second appearance in the world, and ranked third in Division Two, with a record of 4-2, enough to advance to
the next round. United States (6-0), Canada (6-0), New Zealand (5-1) and Chinese Taipei (6-0) commanded divisions. New Zealand cut the string of consecutive titles in the U.S., after beating them in the final 2-0. to Chinese Taipei and
Australia, Australia hung the bronze medal after being defeated 1-0.

Gold Medal: New Zealand
Silver Medal: China Taipei
Bronze Medal: Australia
 

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND
Year: 1986

Country: (12) United States New Zealand, China, Canada, Puerto Rico, China Taipei. Netherlands. Australia, Japan, Italy, Indonesia and Zimbabwe.

The champion team last year, accounted for defending the title at home in the city of Auckland, New Zealand, in 1986. At that time reduced the number of participants in eleven countries, who played in a group in a round-robin. United States remained undefeated with a record of 11-0. Dominated in the final clash 2-0 to China, while New Zealand kept the bronze after falling 9-1 to China in the game that gave the pass to the
final.

Gold Medal: United States
Silver Medal: China
Bronze Medal: New Zealand
 

NORMAL, USA
Year: 1990

Countries: (20) United States, Australia, Japan, Canada, Puerto Rico, Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles, Philippines, Mexico, Bermuda, Zimbabwe, New Zealand, China, Italy, Chinese Taipei, Cuba, Bahamas, Aruba, Indonesia and Argentina.

Twenty sets competed in the World Championship VII, held in Normal, Illinois, United States, divided into two groups of ten countries. Puerto Rico, Mexico, Cuba and Argentina were the representatives for Latin America.
The United States dominated the group with a 9-0 record and New Zealand won the other registry key with 8-1.In the semifinals 6-1 United States beat China 1-0 New Zealand and Australia.
New Zealand beat China 1-0 in matches in the final round, but heavy rains in Illinois prevented the completion of the championship, and decided to award the gold medal to the United States based on their unbeaten record in the first phase. The silver medal went to New Zealand and the bronze to China.

Gold Medal: United States
Silver Medal: New Zealand
Bronze: China
 

ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA
Year 1994

Countries: (27) United States, China Taipei, Cuba, South Korea, Spain, Great Britain, Moldova., New Zealand, Holland, Italy, Belgium, Colombia, Argentina, Croatia, China, Japan, Canada, Puerto Rico, Sweden, Czech Republic, Bermuda., Austria, Australia, Netherlands Antilles, the Bahamas, Botswana, France and Ukraine.

The eighth world championship was last held in the city of St. John's Newfoundland, Canada, which was attended by 28 countries, divided into four groups of seven countries each. United States controlled the group with a 6-0 record, New Zealand, group two with 6-0, China sent in group three with Australia 5-1 and group four with a 6-0 record.
The final was won by the Americans to beat China 6-0 and the bronze went to Chinese Taipei with a 1-0 victory over New Zealand.

Gold Medal: United States
Silver Medal: China
Bronze: Chinese Taipei
 

FUJINOVA CITY, JAPAN
Year: 1998

Countries: (11) United States, Canada, Italy, China Taipei, Holland, Colombia, Czech Republic, South Africa, Denmark, Australia, Japan, China, Venezuela, New Zealand, Netherlands Antilles, Korea and the Philippines.

The city of Fujinomiya, Japan, the ninth world championship organized in which 17 teams competed. Venezuela returned to the competition in Group Two, and ranked fourth in that division with a record of three wins and
four setbacks. The United States dominated the first set and the championship with 8-0, while Australia controlled its 7-0 division record. USA took the title with a 1-0 victory over Australia and Japan took the bronze after falling
4-0 to the U.S..

Gold Medal: USA
Silver Medal: Australia
Bronze Medal: Japan
 

SASKATOON, CANADA
Year: 2002

Countries: (16) USA, Japan, China Taipei, China, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Puerto Rice, Canada, Venezuela, Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles, Russia, South Africa, Czech Republic and the Dominican Republic

The tenth world softball was held in the city of Saskatoon, Canada, where 16 teams competed in two groups of eight teams each. Venezuela is in group two, which culminated on the fifth step with a record of three wins and four setbacks. United States won their fifth title in a row, beating Japan 1-0 in the decisive match, Chinese Taipei hung the bronze after losing to Japan 2-1.

Gold Medal: USA
Silver Medal: Japan
Bronze Medal: Chinese Taipei
 

BEIJING, CHINA
Year: 2006

Countries: (16) USA, Japan, China Taipei, China, Australia, New Zealand,Italy, DPR Korea, Canada, Venezuela, Netherlands, Greece, South Africa, Britain and Botswana (Colombia - withdrew Participation).

As a prelude to the 2008 Olympics, Beijing hosted the eleventh edition of the softball world, where 16 teams will be measured again separated into two groups. Venezuela participated in the third consecutive world and that got his
most outstanding performance, to get to 5-2 in the first round that gave him access for the first time in history, to the semifinal round, where he was eliminated in February -1 Italy. United States and Japan dominated the qualifying round with identical 7-0 records, and as expected they faced in the final. The Americans won their sixth straight title and eighth of the tournament's history to whitewash Japan 3-0. Australia was third after losing 5-1 against the
United States in the clash to advance to the final.

Gold Medal: USA
Silver Medal: Japan
Bronze Medal: Canada
 

CARACAS, VENEZUELA
Year: 20010

Countries: (16) USA, Japan, China Taipei, China, Australia, New Zealand, Czech Republic, Cuba, Canada, Venezuela, Netherlands, South Africa, Britain, Argentina and Botswana

Gold Medal: USA
Silver Medal: Japan
Bronze Medal: Canada
 
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PITCHING
Most Innings Pitched = 51 innings, 1990 - Gina Weber
 
 
Olympics

Sydney 2000 Australia - 6th