Germany and the United States won the men's and women's titles respectively at the FIBA 3x3 U18 World Cup in Debrecen ©FIBA

Germany and the United States won the men's and women's titles respectively at the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) 3x3 U18 World Cup in Debrecen.

It was a first trophy for German men in the age category, as they defeated France 20-18 in the final.

As expected, Fabian Giessmann was unstoppable for the Germans, starring with a 10-point performance in the final.

He was deservedly given the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award and led the team of the tournament along with Evan Boisdur of France and Jure Rener of Slovenia.

The Germans started the tournament with a bang, beating Qatar 21-13 in Pool A before humbling Tunisia 22-9.

Giessmann scored 12 points in both games and before adding another 12-point performance against Mongolia in the final group game.

In between, the Germans benefited as the Democratic Republic of the Congo forfeited their group game.

Germany finished the tournament unbeaten after they edged Egypt 19-17 in the quarter-finals before a 16-11 win over Estonia in the semi-finals.

Meanwhile, the American women clinched a record seventh title, with France again losing in the final.

Despite a four-point deficit at the star, USA won its fifth consecutive title with a 22-16 result, as Mikaylah Williams won the MVP title for the third time in a row.

Williams was the top scorer in Hungary with 54 points and was clubbed with Charlotte Abraham of France and Maho Mitsugi of Japan in the team of the tournament.

Brazil were the first team to face the wrath of the USA, as they lost the Pool B  opener 11-21.

The Americans defeated Germany 19-10 next, followed by hosts Hungary 21-16 and runners-up France 21-12 to close out the group stage.

Mongolia went down 16-21 in the quarter-finals before Japan tested them in the semis.

However, an inspiring 10-point performance from Sarah Strong helped them edge the Asians 21-10.