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Cricket - Twenty20 Internationals

Men's World Twenty20 World Rankings
Women's World Twenty20 Asia Cup

Men's ICC World Twenty20

The phenomenal success of domestic and international 20 overs-per-side matches led to the introduction of a world event. First held in 2007 it was intended to be a biennial festival of the shortest form of the game. A 12-team event, from 2010 it was scheduled to be held in even years.

YEAR
VENUE (FINAL)
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
2007
South Africa (Jo'burg)
INDIA             
Pakistan
2009
England (London)
PAKISTAN
Sri Lanka
2010
West Indies (B'town)
ENGLAND
Australia
2012 Sri Lanka (Colombo)
WEST INDIES
Sri Lanka
2014 Bangladesh (Mirpur) SRI LANKA
India
2016 India (Kolkata) WEST INDIES England

Women's ICC World Twenty20

For the first time, a leading women's world tournamennt was held concurrently in the same country as the men's version in 2009. Both semi-finals and the final were staged at the same grounds as for the men in 2009, with the final held at the same venue in 2010.

YEAR
VENUE (FINAL)
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
2009
England (London)
ENGLAND
New Zealand
2010
West Indies (B'town)
AUSTRALIA
New Zealand
2012 Sri Lanka (Colombo) AUSTRALIA England
2014 Bangladesh (Mirpur)
AUSTRALIA England
2016 India (Kolkata) WEST INDIES Australia

Asia Cup (T20)

The Asia Cup one-day international tournament has been a long-standing bviennial tournament. In 2016, a Twenty20 version was inaugurated.

YEAR VENUE (FINAL) WINNERS RUNNERS-UP
2016 Bangladesh (Dhaka) INDIA Bangladesh

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