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FIBA Women's World Cup 2022: Complete schedule, results, news and highlights

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Stewart leads break and Wilson finishes (0:10)

Chelsea Gray makes a brilliant pass to A'ja Wilson to extend USA's lead over China. (0:10)

USA Basketball has done it again. The U.S. women won their fourth consecutive -- and 11th overall -- FIBA Women's World Cup gold medal Saturday in Sydney, Australia.

The United States beat China 83-61 in the championship game. A'ja Wilson was named MVP of the tournament, and Wilson and Breanna Stewart were named to the All-Star Five.

Australia, behind 30 points from Lauren Jackson, won the bronze medal with a 95-65 victory over Canada.

Bridget Carleton (Canada), Han Xu (China) and Steph Talbot (Australia) were also named to the All-Star Five.

Relive the U.S. women's run to the World Cup title right here.

FIBA World Cup game schedule

Wednesday, Sept. 21

Puerto Rico 82, Bosnia-Herzegovina 58
USA 87, Belgium 72
Canada 67, Serbia 60
Japan 89, Mali 56

Thursday, Sept. 22

China 107, South Korea 44
France 70, Australia 57
USA 106, Puerto Rico 42
Serbia 69, Japan 64
Belgium 84, South Korea 61

Friday, Sept. 23

China 98, Bosnia-Herzegovina 51
Canada 59, France 45
Australia 118, Mali 58

Saturday, Sept. 24

USA 77, China 63
South Korea 99, Bosnia-Herzegovina 66
Belgium 68, Puerto Rico 65

Sunday, Sept. 25

France 74, Mali 59
Australia 69, Serbia 54
Canada 70, Japan 56
Belgium 85, Bosnia-Herzegovina 55
Serbia 81, Mali 68

Monday, Sept. 26

USA 145, South Korea 69
France 67, Japan 53
China 95, Puerto Rico 60
Australia 75, Canada 72
Puerto Rico 92, South Korea 73
China 81, Belgium 55

Tuesday, Sept. 27

USA 121, Bosnia-Herzegovina 59
Canada 88, Mali 65
Serbia 68, France 62
Australia 71, Japan 54

Wednesday, Sept. 28: Quarterfinals

USA 88, Serbia 55

Thursday, Sept. 29: Quarterfinals

Canada 79, Puerto Rico 60
China 85, France 71
Australia 86, Belgium 69

Friday, Sept. 30: Semifinals

USA 83, Canada 43
China 61, Australia 59

Friday, Sept. 30: Third place game

Australia 95, Canada 65

Saturday, Oct. 1: Gold medal game

USA 83, China 61

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Kelsey Plum makes jumpshot after tough defense

The USA's Kelsey Plum makes a jump shot against China after Brionna Jones sets the screen.

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