2004 FIVB Women's World Olympic Qualification Tournament

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Round robin[edit]

  • Saturday May 8, 2004
Chinese Taipei  1–3  Puerto Rico (23-25 21-25 25-21 21-25)
South Korea  3–1  Thailand (24-26 25-14 25-16 25-8)
Russia  3–0  Nigeria (25-10 25-10 25-7)
Italy  2–3  Japan (18-25 25-23 18-25 25-20 13-15)

  • Sunday May 9, 2004
South Korea  3–0  Chinese Taipei (25-20 26-24 25-11)
Puerto Rico  0–3  Russia (17-25 13-25 23-25)
Nigeria  0–3  Italy (18-25 13-25 7-25)
Thailand  0–3  Japan (10-25 14-25 20-25)

  • Tuesday May 11, 2004
Chinese Taipei  0–3  Thailand (21-25 23-25 20-25)
Russia  2–3  South Korea (25-15 20-25 25-23 22-25 13-15)
Italy  3–0  Puerto Rico (25-17 25-13 25-16)
Japan  3–0  Nigeria (25-10 25-9 25-19)

  • Wednesday May 12, 2004
South Korea  3–2  Italy (17-25 10-25 25-17 25-18 18-16)
Thailand  3–0  Nigeria (25-16 25-10 25-13)
Chinese Taipei  0–3  Russia (10-25 14-25 17-25)
Puerto Rico  0–3  Japan (23-25 11-25 23-25)

  • Friday May 14, 2004
Nigeria  0–3  Puerto Rico (17-25 18-25 16-25)
Russia  3–0  Thailand (25-15 25-18 25-12)
Italy  3–0  Chinese Taipei (25-15 25-19 25-16)
Japan  3–0  South Korea (25-19 25-19 25-15)

  • Saturday May 15, 2004
Thailand  3–0  Puerto Rico (25-21 25-17 25-23)
Russia  2–3  Italy (25-18 25-22 15-25 17-25 14-16)
South Korea  3–0  Nigeria (25-17 25-14 25-13)
Chinese Taipei  1–3  Japan (27-25 11-25 19-25 22-25)

  • Sunday May 16, 2004
Puerto Rico  0–3  South Korea (19-25 15-25 15-25)
Nigeria  0–3  Chinese Taipei (18-25 23-25 21-25)
Italy  3–0  Thailand (25-16 25-14 25-14)
Japan  0–3  Russia (20-25 18-25 19-25)


Final ranking[edit]

Rk Team Points Won Lost SW SL Ratio PW PL Ratio
1  Japan 13 6 1 18 6 3.000 565 445 1.270
2  South Korea 13 6 1 18 8 2.250 576 493 1.168
3  Russia 12 5 2 19 6 3.167 576 432 1.333
4  Italy 12 5 2 19 8 2.375 606 477 1.270
5  Thailand 10 3 4 10 12 0.833 422 488 0.865
6  Puerto Rico 9 2 5 6 16 0.375 437 516 0.847
7  Chinese Taipei 8 1 6 5 18 0.278 454 559 0.812
8  Nigeria 7 0 7 0 21 0.000 299 525 0.570
  • South Korea is counted as The Asian Continental Qualification Tournament Champion since it is the best Asian team except the winner.

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