List of Olympic medalists in volleyball

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Lang Ping, gold medalist in Los Angeles for the People's Republic of China, coached the United States team to a silver medal in Beijing.[1]

Volleyball is one of the sports that is played at the Summer Olympic Games in two disciplines: the traditional six-per-side indoor game, and the newer game of beach volleyball. Indoor volleyball was added to the Olympic programme in 1957 at the 53rd session of the International Olympic Committee.

(IOC) in Sofia, Bulgaria, and the first competitions were held at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.[2] The Soviet Union won a medal in both the men's and women's competition at the first five Olympics that included volleyball, including the men's gold medal in Tokyo. The Japanese women's team won the gold at the inaugural Olympic volleyball competition, and the silver at the following two Games. The Montreal Games of 1976 saw the Polish men win the nation's only gold medal in the sport, after the women had won bronze in 1964 and 1968. At the 1980 Moscow Olympics, the hosts won gold in both competitions. The Bulgarian team won their only two volleyball medals in Moscow, a silver and a bronze in the men's and women's tournament, respectively.

Following the United States-led boycott of the Moscow Olympics,[3] the Soviet Union and some of its allies responded by boycotting the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, citing security concerns.[4] The United States won its first medals in volleyball at the Los Angeles Games: a gold in the men's competition, and a silver in the women's.[5][6] The People's Republic of China won the gold medal in the women's competition in Los Angeles, their first time participating in an Olympic volleyball competition.[7] The United States successfully defended their men's gold medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, and Peru won their only medal in volleyball, a silver in the women's competition. The Soviet Union won a silver medal in the men's competition and a gold in the women's at what would be their final Olympics.[8] Following the 1990–91 breakup of the Soviet Union, 12 of the 15 newly independent countries competed together as the Unified Team in Barcelona.[9] In the women's competition, the Unified Team won the silver medal, and Cuba won their first of three consecutive gold medals. In the men's competition, Brazil won its first gold medal, and the Netherlands its first overall medal in the sport.

On 18 September 1993, at the 101st IOC session in Monte Carlo, the Committee voted to add beach volleyball for both men and women to the Olympic programme effective with the 1996 Atlanta Games.[2] A National Olympic Committee is permitted to enter two teams in the beach volleyball tournament; a rule that allowed the United States and Brazil to win both gold and silver in men's and women's beach volleyball respectively that year.[10][11] Atlanta also saw the Dutch men's indoor team improve their Barcelona silver to a gold. At the 2000 Sydney Olympics, the host Australian team won the gold medal in the women's beach volleyball competition, and the Russian Federation took home its first volleyball medals as an independent country with silver in both indoor competitions. At the 2004 Athens Olympics, Spain won its only medal in volleyball, a silver in the men's beach volleyball competition. In women's beach volleyball, the United States team of Misty May (now May-Treanor) and Kerri Walsh (now Walsh Jennings) won the first of three consecutive gold medals, the only team to defend a beach volleyball gold medal. At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the United States men's indoor team won all their matches on the way to their third gold medal win. This equalled the former Soviet Union's record for the most men's championships.[12] The Soviets won twelve medals in the indoor competition, and Brazilian teams have won eleven medals in beach competition; respectively the most in each discipline. The Brazilians teams, however, with nine indoor medals lead all nations with a total of twenty medals in volleyball events at the Olympics.[13][14]

Four athletes have each won four medals in volleyball. Cuban Ana Fernández has three gold and one bronze,[nb 1] Soviet Inna Ryskal has two gold and two silver medals, Russian Sergey Tetyukhin has one gold, one silver, and two bronzes, and Italian Samuele Papi has two silvers and two bronzes. Eight athletes have won three gold medals. Five, including Fernández, were members of the Cuban women's indoor team that won consecutive golds in 1992, 1996 and 2000. May-Treanor and Walsh Jennings, as noted above, won beach volleyball gold medals in 2004, 2008 and 2012. The other is Karch Kiraly, who won gold with the United States men's indoor team in 1984 and 1988 and in beach volleyball in 1996. Kiraly is the only player of either sex to win medals in both indoor and beach volleyball.[15] Apart from May-Treanor and Walsh Jennings, Ricardo Santos and Emanuel Rego of Brazil are the only athletes with three medals in beach volleyball. They have one gold and one bronze as a team, and each has one silver with other partners.

Volleyball (indoor)[edit]

Men[edit]

Brazilian Amauri Ribeiro won silver in 1984 and gold in 1992.
A bronze medalist in 1988, Argentine Daniel Castellani later coached the Polish men's national team.[16]
Luigi Mastrangelo has won three medals with the Italian team.
Aleksey Kuleshov is a three-time medalist for Russia.
Russian Sergey Tetyukhin (at right, with beard) is one of only two men's players to win four medals (the other is Italian Samuele Papi.
American Karch Kiraly is the only person to have won medals of any type in both indoor and beach volleyball, with indoor golds in 1984 and 1988 and beach gold in 1996.
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1964 Tokyo
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 Soviet Union (URS)[17]
Ivans Bugajenkovs
Nikolay Burobin
Yuri Chesnokov
Vazha K'ach'arava
Valeri Kalachikhin
Vitali Kovalenko
Staņislavs Lugailo
Georgi Mondzolevski
Yuriy Poyarkov
Eduard Sibiryakov
Yuriy Venherovsky
Dmitri Voskoboynikov
 Czechoslovakia (TCH)[18]
Milan Čuda
Bohumil Golián
Zdeněk Humhal
Petr Kop
Josef Labuda
Josef Musil
Karel Paulus
Boris Perušič
Pavel Schenk
Václav Šmídl
Josef Šorm
Ladislav Toman
 Japan (JPN)[19]
Yutaka Demachi
Tsutomu Koyama
Sadatoshi Sugahara
Naohiro Ikeda
Yasutaka Sato
Toshiaki Kosedo
Tokihiko Higuchi
Masayuki Minami
Takeshi Tokutomi
Teruhisa Moriyama
Yūzo Nakamura
Katsutoshi Nekoda
1968 Mexico City
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 Soviet Union (URS)[20]
Oļegs Antropovs
Ivans Bugajenkovs
Volodymyr Byelyayev
Volodymyr Ivanov
Valeri Kravchenko
Yevhen Lapinsky
Vasilijus Matuševas
Viktor Mikhalchuk
Georgi Mondzolevski
Yuriy Poyarkov
Eduard Sibiryakov
Borys Tereshchuk
 Japan (JPN)[21]
Naohiro Ikeda
Kenji Kimura
Isao Koizumi
Masayuki Minami
Yasuaki Mitsumori
Jungo Morita
Katsutoshi Nekoda
Seiji Oko
Tetsuo Satō
Kenji Shimaoka
Mamoru Shiragami
Tadayoshi Yokota
 Czechoslovakia (TCH)[22]
Bohumil Golián
Zdeněk Groessl
Petr Kop
Drahomír Koudelka
Josef Musil
Vladimír Petlák
Antonín Procházka
Pavel Schenk
Josef Smolka
František Sokol
Jiří Svoboda
Lubomír Zajíček
1972 Munich
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 Japan (JPN)[23]
Yoshihide Fukao
Kenji Kimura
Masayuki Minami
Jungo Morita
Yūzo Nakamura
Katsutoshi Nekoda
Tetsuo Nishimoto
Yasuhiro Noguchi
Seiji Oko
Tetsuo Satō
Kenji Shimaoka
Tadayoshi Yokota
 East Germany (GDR)[24]
Horst Hagen
Wolfgang Löwe
Wolfgang Maibohm
Jürgen Maune
Horst Peter
Eckehard Pietzsch
Siegfried Schneider
Arnold Schulz
Rudi Schumann
Rainer Tscharke
Wolfgang Webner
Wolfgang Weise
 Soviet Union (URS)[25]
Viktor Borshch
Yefim Chulak
Vyacheslav Domani
Vladimir Kondra
Valeri Kravchenko
Yevhen Lapinsky
Vladimir Patkin
Yuriy Poyarkov
Vladimir Putyatov
Aleksandr Saprykin
Yuri Starunsky
Leonid Zayko
1976 Montreal
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 Poland (POL)[26]
Bronisław Bebel
Ryszard Bosek
Wiesław Gawłowski
Marek Karbarz
Lech Łasko
Zbigniew Lubiejewski
Mirosław Rybaczewski
Włodzimierz Sadalski
Edward Skorek
Włodzimierz Stefański
Tomasz Wójtowicz
Zbigniew Zarzycki
 Soviet Union (URS)[27]
Vladimir Chernyshov
Yefim Chulak
Vladimir Dorokhov
Aleksandr Ermilov
Vladimir Kondra
Oleh Molyboha
Anatoliy Polishchuk
Aleksandr Savin
Pāvels Seļivanovs
Yuri Starunsky
Vladimir Ulanov
Vyacheslav Zaytsev
 Cuba (CUB)[28]
Alfredo Figueredo
Víctor García
Diego Lapera
Leonel Marshall Steward, Sr.
Ernesto Martínez
Lorenzo Martínez
Jorge Pérez
Antonio Rodríguez
Carlos Salas
Victoriano Sarmientos
Jesús Savigne
Raúl Vilches
1980 Moscow
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 Soviet Union (URS)[29]
Vladimir Chernyshov
Vladimir Dorokhov
Aleksandr Ermilov
Vladimir Kondra
Valeriy Kryvov
Fedir Lashchonov
Viljar Loor
Oleh Molyboha
Yuriy Panchenko
Aleksandr Savin
Pāvels Seļivanovs
Vyacheslav Zaytsev
 Bulgaria (BUL)[30]
Yordan Angelov
Dimitar Dimitrov
Stefan Dimitrov
Stoyan Gunchev
Hristo Iliev
Petko Petkov
Kaspar Simeonov
Hristo Stoyanov
Mitko Todorov
Tsano Tsanov
Emil Valtchev
Dimitar Zlatanov
 Romania (ROU)[31]
Marius Căta-Chiţiga
Valter Chifu
Laurenţiu Dumănoiu
Günther Enescu
Dan Gîrleanu
Sorin Macavei
Viorel Manole
Florin Mina
Corneliu Oros
Nicolae Pop
Constantin Sterea
Nicu Stoian
1984 Los Angeles
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 United States (USA)[32]
Douglas Dvorak
Dave Saunders
Steven Salmons
Paul Sunderland
Rich Duwelius
Steve Timmons
Craig Buck
Marc Waldie
Chris Marlowe
Aldis Berzins
Patrick Powers
Karch Kiraly
 Brazil (BRA)[33]
Amauri Ribeiro
Antônio Carlos Gueiros Ribeiro
Bernard Rajzman
Bernardo Rocha de Rezende
Domingos Lampariello Neto
Fernando Roscio de Ávila
Marcus Vinícius Simões Freire
Montanaro
Renan Dal Zotto
Rui Campos do Nascimento
William Carvalho da Silva
Xandó
 Italy (ITA)[34]
Franco Bertoli
Francesco Dall'Olio
Giancarlo Dametto
Guido De Luigi
Giovanni Errichiello
Giovanni Lanfranco
Andrea Lucchetta
Pier Paolo Lucchetta
Marco Negri
Piero Rebaudengo
Paolo Vecchi
Fabio Vullo
1988 Seoul
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 United States (USA)[35]
Craig Buck
Bob Ctvrtlik
Scott Fortune
Karch Kiraly
Ricci Luyties
Douglas Partie
Jon Root
Eric Sato
Dave Saunders
Jeff Stork
Troy Tanner
Steve Timmons
 Soviet Union (URS)[8]
Yaroslav Antonov
Yuri Cherednik
Evgeni Krasilnikov
Andrei Kuznetsov
Valeri Losev
Yuriy Panchenko
Igor Runov
Yuri Sapega
Vladimir Shkurikhin
Oleksandr Sorokalet
Raimonds Vilde
Vyacheslav Zaytsev
 Argentina (ARG)[36]
Daniel Castellani
Daniel Colla
Hugo Conte
Juan Cuminetti
Esteban de Palma
Alejandro Diz
Waldo Kantor
Esteban Martínez
Raúl Quiroga
Jon Uriarte
Carlos Weber
Claudio Zulianello
1992 Barcelona
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 Brazil (BRA)[37]
Amauri Ribeiro
Antônio Carlos Gouveia
Douglas Chiarotti
Giovane Gávio
Janelson Carvalho
Jorge Edson Brito
Maurício Lima
Marcelo Negrão
Paulo André Silva
André Felipe Ferreira
Talmo
Tande
 Netherlands (NED)[38]
Edwin Benne
Peter Blangé
Ron Boudrie
Henk-Jan Held
Martin van der Horst
Marko Klok
Olof van der Meulen
Jan Posthuma
Avital Selinger
Martin Teffer
Ronald Zoodsma
Ron Zwerver
 United States (USA)[39]
Nick Becker
Carlos Briceno
Bob Ctvrtlik
Scott Fortune
Dan Greenbaum
Brent Hilliard
Bryan Ivie
Douglas Partie
Bob Samuelson
Eric Sato
Jeff Stork
Steve Timmons
1996 Atlanta
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 Netherlands (NED)[40]
Peter Blangé
Guido Görtzen
Rob Grabert
Henk-Jan Held
Misha Latuhihin
Jan Posthuma
Brecht Rodenburg
Richard Schuil
Bas van de Goor
Mike van de Goor
Olof van der Meulen
Ron Zwerver
 Italy (ITA)[41]
Lorenzo Bernardi
Vigor Bovolenta
Marco Bracci
Luca Cantagalli
Andrea Gardini
Andrea Giani
Pasquale Gravina
Marco Meoni
Samuele Papi
Andrea Sartoretti
Paolo Tofoli
Andrea Zorzi
 Yugoslavia (YUG)[42]
Vladimir Batez
Dejan Brđović
Đorđe Đurić
Andrija Gerić
Nikola Grbić
Vladimir Grbić
Rajko Jokanović
Slobodan Kovač
Đula Mešter
Žarko Petrović
Željko Tanasković
Goran Vujević
2000 Sydney
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 Yugoslavia (YUG)[43]
Vladimir Batez
Slobodan Kovač
Slobodan Boškan
Đula Mešter
Vasa Mijić
Nikola Grbić
Vladimir Grbić
Andrija Gerić
Goran Vujević
Ivan Miljković
Veljko Petković
Igor Vušurović
 Russia (RUS)[44]
Vadim Khamuttskikh
Ruslan Olikhver
Valeri Goryushev
Igor Shulepov
Aleksey Kazakov
Evgeni Mitkov
Sergey Tetyukhin
Roman Yakovlev
Konstantin Ushakov
Aleksandr Gerasimov
Ilya Savelev
Aleksey Kuleshov
 Italy (ITA)[45]
Andrea Gardini
Marco Meoni
Pasquale Gravina
Luigi Mastrangelo
Paolo Tofoli
Samuele Papi
Andrea Sartoretti
Marco Bracci
Simone Rosalba
Mirko Corsano
Andrea Giani
Alessandro Fei
2004 Athens
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 Brazil (BRA)[46]
Giovane Gávio
André Heller
Maurício Lima
Gilberto Godoy Filho
André Nascimento
Sérgio Santos
Anderson Rodrigues
Nalbert Bitencourt
Gustavo Endres
Rodrigo Santana
Ricardo Garcia
Dante Amaral
 Italy (ITA)[47]
Luigi Mastrangelo
Valerio Vermiglio
Samuele Papi
Andrea Sartoretti
Alberto Cisolla
Ventzislav Simeonov
Damiano Pippi
Andrea Giani
Alessandro Fei
Paolo Tofoli
Paolo Cozzi
Matej Černič
 Russia (RUS)[48]
Stanislav Dineykin
Sergei Baranov
Pavel Abramov
Aleksey Kazakov
Sergey Tetyukhin
Vadim Khamuttskikh
Aleksandr Kosarev
Konstantin Ushakov
Taras Khtey
Andrey Egorchev
Aleksey Verbov
Aleksey Kuleshov
2008 Beijing
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 United States (USA)[49]
Lloy Ball
Sean Rooney
David Lee
Richard Lambourne
William Priddy
Ryan Millar
Riley Salmon
Thomas Hoff
Clayton Stanley
Kevin Hansen
Gabriel Gardner
Scott Touzinsky
 Brazil (BRA)[50]
Bruno Rezende
Marcelo Elgarten
André Heller
Samuel Fuchs
Gilberto Godoy Filho
Murilo Endres
André Nascimento
Sérgio Santos
Anderson Rodrigues
Gustavo Endres
Rodrigo Santana
Dante Amaral
 Russia (RUS)[51]
Aleksandr Korneev
Semyon Poltavskiy
Aleksandr Kosarev
Sergey Grankin
Sergey Tetyukhin
Vadim Khamuttskikh
Yury Berezhko
Aleksey Ostapenko
Aleksandr Volkov
Aleksey Verbov
Maxim Mikhaylov
Aleksey Kuleshov
2012 London
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 Russia (RUS)
Nikolay Apalikov
Taras Khtey
Sergey Grankin
Sergey Tetyukhin
Aleksandr Sokolov
Yury Berezhko
Aleksandr Butko
Dmitriy Muserskiy
Dmitriy Ilinikh
Maxim Mikhaylov
Aleksandr Volkov
Aleksey Obmochaev
 Brazil (BRA)
Bruno Rezende
Wallace de Souza
Sidnei dos Santos Júnior
Leandro Vissotto
Gilberto Godoy Filho
Murilo Endres
Sérgio Santos
Thiago Soares Alves
Rodrigo Santana
Lucas Saatkamp
Ricardo Garcia
Dante Amaral
 Italy (ITA)
Cristian Savani
Luigi Mastrangelo
Simone Parodi
Samuele Papi
Michal Lasko
Ivan Zaytsev
Dante Boninfante
Dragan Travica
Alessandro Fei
Emanuele Birarelli
Andrea Bari
Andrea Giovi

Women[edit]

Lioubov Kılıç, twice a silver medalist for Russia
Two-time silver medalist Yekaterina Gamova
Heather Bown won a silver medal with the United States team in 2008.
Erika Araki won a bronze medal with the Japanese team in 2012.
Taismary Agüero won two gold medals with Cuba, before participating in 2008 with the Italian team.[52]
Hélia Souza has won three medals, and has participated in five Olympics for Brazil.
Marianne Steinbrecher won the gold medal in Beijing with the Brazilian team.
Stacy Sykora returns a ball during a warm-up match preceding the 2008 Olympics.
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1964 Tokyo
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 Japan (JPN)[19]
Yuko Fujimoto
Yuriko Handa
Sata Isobe
Masae Kasai
Masako Kondo
Katsumi Matsumura
Yoshiko Matsumura
Emiko Miyamoto
Setsuko Sasaki
Ayano Shibuki
Yoko Shinozaki
Kinuko Tanida
 Soviet Union (URS)[17]
Antonina Ryzhova
Astra Biltauer
Ninel Lukanina
Lyudmila Buldakova
Nelli Abramova
Tamara Tikhonina
Valentina Kamenek-Vinogradova
Inna Ryskal
Marita Katusheva
Tatyana Roshchina
Valentina Mishak
Lyudmila Gureyeva
 Poland (POL)[53]
Hanna Busz
Krystyna Czajkowska
Maria Golimowska
Barbara Hermel
Krystyna Jakubowska
Danuta Kordaczuk
Krystyna Krupa
Józefa Ledwig
Jadwiga Marko
Jadwiga Rutkowska
Maria Śliwka
Zofia Szczęśniewska
1968 Mexico City
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 Soviet Union (URS)[20]
Lyudmila Buldakova
Lyudmila Mikhailovskaya
Tatyana Veinberga
Vera Lantratova
Vera Galuskha-Duyunova
Tatyana Sarycheva
Tatyana Ponyayeva-Tretyakova
Nina Smoleeva
Inna Ryskal
Galina Leontyeva
Roza Salikhova
Valentina Kamenek-Vinogradova
 Japan (JPN)[21]
Sachiko Fukunaka
Makiko Furukawa
Keiko Hama
Setsuko Inoue
Toyoko Iwahara
Yōko Kasahara
Yukiyo Kojima
Sumie Oinuma
Aiko Onozawa
Kunie Shishikura
Suzue Takayama
Setsuko Yoshida
 Poland (POL)[54]
Halina Aszkiełowicz
Lidia Chmielnicka
Krystyna Czajkowska
Krystyna Jakubowska
Krystyna Krupa
Jadwiga Książek
Józefa Ledwig
Barbara Niemczyk
Krystyna Ostromęcka
Elżbieta Porzec
Zofia Szczęśniewska
Wanda Wiecha
1972 Munich
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 Soviet Union (URS)[25]
Lyudmila Borozna
Lyudmila Buldakova
Vera Galushka-Duyunova
Tatyana Gonobobleva
Natalya Kudreva
Galina Leontyeva
Tatyana Ponyayeva-Tretyakova
Inna Ryskal
Roza Salikhova
Tatyana Sarycheva
Nina Smoleeva
Lyubov Turina
 Japan (JPN)[23]
Makiko Furukawa
Keiko Hama
Takako Iida
Toyoko Iwahara
Katsumi Matsumura
Sumie Oinuma
Mariko Okamoto
Seiko Shimakage
Michiko Shiokawa
Takako Shirai
Noriko Yamashita
Yaeko Yamazaki
 North Korea (PRK)[55]
Hwang He-Suk
Jang Ok-Rim
Jong Ok-Jin
Kang Ok-Sun
Kim Zung-Bok
Kim Myong-Suk
Kim Su-Dae
Kim Yeun-Ja
Paek Myong-Suk
Ri Chun-Ok
Ryom Chun-Ja
1976 Montreal
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 Japan (JPN)[56]
Yuko Arakida
Takako Iida
Katsuko Kanesaka
Kiyomi Kato
Echiko Maeda
Noriko Matsuda
Mariko Okamoto
Takako Shirai
Shoko Takayanagi
Hiromi Yano
Juri Yokoyama
Mariko Yoshida
 Soviet Union (URS)[27]
Larisa Bergen
Liudmila Chernyshova
Olga Kozakova
Natalya Kushnir
Nina Muradyan
Liliya Osadchaya
Anna Rostova
Lyubov Rudovskaya
Inna Ryskal
Lyudmila Shchetinina
Nina Smoleeva
Zoya Yusova
 South Korea (KOR)[57]
Baik Myung-Sun
Byon Kyung-Ja
Chang Hee-Sook
Jo Hea-Jung
Jung Soon-Ok
Lee Soon-Bok
Lee Soon-Ok
Ma Kum-Ja
Park Mi-Kum
Yoon Young-Nae
Yu Jung-Hyae
Yu Kyung-Hwa
1980 Moscow
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 Soviet Union (URS)[29]
Elena Akhaminova
Elena Andreiuk
Svetlana Badulina
Liudmila Chernyshova
Liubov Kozyreva
Lidia Loginova
Irina Makogonova
Svetlana Nikishina
Larisa Pavlova
Nadezhda Radzevich
Natalia Razumova
Olga Solovova
 East Germany (GDR)[58]
Katharina Bullin
Barbara Czekalla
Brigitte Fetzer
Andrea Heim
Ute Kostrzewa
Heike Lehmann
Christine Mummhardt
Karin Püschel
Karla Roffeis
Martina Schmidt
Annette Schultz
Anke Westendorf
 Bulgaria (BUL)[30]
Verka Borisova
Tsvetana Bozhurina
Rositsa Dimitrova
Tanya Dimitrova
Maya Georgieva
Margarita Gerasimova
Tanya Gogova
Valentina Ilieva
Rumyana Kaisheva
Anka Khristolova
Silviya Petrunova
Galina Stancheva
1984 Los Angeles
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 China (CHN)[59]
Hou Yuzhu
Jiang Ying
Lang Ping
Li Yanjun
Liang Yan
Su Huijuan
Yang Xiaojun
Yang Xilan
Zhang Rongfang
Zheng Meizhu
Zhou Xiaolan
Zhu Ling
 United States (USA)[32]
Jeanne Beauprey
Carolyn Becker
Linda Chisholm
Rita Crockett
Laurie Flachmeier
Debbie Green
Flo Hyman
Rose Magers
Kimberly Ruddins
Julie Vollertsen
Paula Weishoff
Susan Woodstra
 Japan (JPN)[60]
Yumi Egami
Norie Hiro
Miyoko Hirose
Kyoko Ishida
Yoko Kagabu
Yuko Mitsuya
Keiko Miyajima
Kimie Morita
Kumi Nakada
Emiko Odaka
Sachiko Otani
Kayoko Sugiyama
1988 Seoul
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 Soviet Union (URS)[8]
Valentina Ogienko
Yelena Volkova
Marina Kumysh
Irina Smirnova
Tatyana Sidorenko
Irina Parkhomchuk
Tatyana Krainova
Olga Shkurnova
Marina Nikulina
Elena Ovchinnikova
Olga Krivosheeva
Svetlana Korytova
 Peru (PER)[61]
Luisa Cervera
Alejandra de la Guerra
Denisse Fajardo
Miriam Gallardo
Rosa García
Sonia Heredia
Katherine Horny
Natalia Málaga
Gabriela Pérez del Solar
Cecilia Tait
Gina Torrealva
Cenaida Uribe
 China (CHN)[62]
Li Guojun
Zhao Hong
Hou Yuzhu
Wang Yajun
Yang Xilan
Su Huijuan
Ying Jiang
Cui Yongmei
Yang Xiaojun
Zheng Meizhu
Wu Dan
Li Yueming
1992 Barcelona
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 Cuba (CUB)[63]
Regla Bell
Mercedes Calderón
Magaly Carvajal
Marlenis Costa
Idalmis Gato
Lilia Izquierdo
Norka Latamblet
Mireya Luis
Tania Ortiz
Raisa O'Farril
Regla Torres
Ana Fernández[nb 1]
 Unified Team (EUN)[65]
Valentina Ogienko
Natalya Morozova
Marina Nikoulina
Elena Tyurina
Irina Smirnova
Tatyana Sidorenko
Tatyana Menchova
Yevgeniya Artamonova
Galina Lebedeva
Svetlana Vasilevskaya
Elena Tcheboukina
Svetlana Koritova
 United States (USA)[39]
Liane Sato
Paula Weishoff
Yoko Zetterlund
Elaina Oden
Kimberley Oden
Teee Sanders
Caren Kemner
Ruth Lawanson
Tammy Liley
Janet Cobbs
Tara Cross-Battle
Lori Endicott
1996 Atlanta
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 Cuba (CUB)[66]
Taismary Agüero
Regla Bell
Magaly Carvajal
Marlenis Costa
Ana Fernández
Mirka Francia
Idalmis Gato
Lilia Izquierdo
Mireya Luis
Raisa O'Farrill
Yumilka Ruíz
Regla Torres
 China (CHN)[67]
Cui Yong-Mei
He Qi
Lai Yawen
Li Yan
Liu Xiaoning
Pan Wenli
Sun Yue
Wang Lina
Wang Yi
Wang Ziling
Wu Yongmei
Zhu Yunying
 Brazil (BRA)[11]
Ana Ida Alvares
Leila Barros
Filo Bodziak
Hilma Caldeira
Ana Connelly
Marcia Cunha
Virna Dias
Ana Moser
Ana Sanglard
Hélia Souza
Sandra Suruagy
Fernanda Venturini
2000 Sydney
details
 Cuba (CUB)[68]
Taismary Agüero
Zoila Barros
Regla Bell
Marlenis Costa
Ana Fernández
Mirka Francia
Idalmis Gato
Lilia Izquierdo
Mireya Luis
Yumilka Ruíz
Martha Sánchez
Regla Torres
 Russia (RUS)[44]
Yevgeniya Artamonova
Anastasiya Belikova
Lioubov Kılıç
Yekaterina Gamova
Yelena Godina
Tatyana Gracheva
Natalya Morozova
Olga Potachova
Inessa Korkmaz
Elizaveta Tishchenko
Elena Tyurina
Yelena Vasilevskaya
 Brazil (BRA)[69]
Leila Barros
Erika Coimbra
Janina Conceição
Virna Dias
Kely Fraga
Ricarda Lima
Kátia Lopes
Elisângela Oliveira
Walewska Oliveira
Karin Rodrigues
Raquel Silva
Hélia Souza
2004 Athens
details
 China (CHN)[70]
Chen Jing
Feng Kun
Li Shan
Liu Yanan
Song Nina
Wang Lina
Yang Hao
Zhang Na
Zhang Ping
Zhang Yuehong
Zhao Ruirui
Zhou Suhong
 Russia (RUS)[48]
Yevgeniya Artamonova
Lioubov Kılıç
Olga Chukanova
Yekaterina Gamova
Aleksandra Korukovets
Olga Nikolaeva
Yelena Plotnikova
Natalya Safronova
Marina Sheshenina
Irina Tebenikhina
Elizaveta Tishchenko
Elena Tyurina
 Cuba (CUB)[71]
Zoila Barros
Rosir Calderón
Nancy Carrillo
Ana Fernández
Maybelis Martínez
Liana Mesa
Anniara Muñoz
Yaima Ortíz
Daimí Ramírez
Yumilka Ruíz
Marta Sánchez
Dulce Téllez
2008 Beijing
details
 Brazil (BRA)[50]
Walewska Oliveira
Carolina Albuquerque
Marianne Steinbrecher
Paula Pequeno
Thaisa Menezes
Hélia Souza
Valeska Menezes
Fabiana Claudino
Welissa Gonzaga
Jaqueline Carvalho
Sheilla Castro
Fabiana de Oliveira
 United States (USA)[49]
Ogonna Nnamani
Danielle Scott-Arruda
Tayyiba Haneef-Park
Lindsey Berg
Stacy Sykora
Nicole Davis
Heather Bown
Jennifer Joines
Kim Glass
Robyn Ah Mow-Santos
Kim Willoughby
Logan Tom
 China (CHN)[72]
Wang Yimei
Feng Kun
Yang Hao
Liu Yanan
Wei Qiuyue
Xu Yunli
Zhou Suhong
Zhao Ruirui
Xue Ming
Li Juan
Zhang Na
Ma Yunwen
2012 London
details
 Brazil (BRA)
Fabiana Claudino
Dani Lins
Paula Pequeno
Adenízia da Silva
Thaísa Menezes
Jaqueline Carvalho
Fernanda Ferreira
Tandara Caixeta
Natália Pereira
Sheilla Castro
Fabiana de Oliveira
Fernanda Garay
 United States (USA)
Danielle Scott-Arruda
Tayyiba Haneef-Park
Lindsey Berg
Tamari Miyashiro
Nicole Davis
Jordan Larson
Megan Hodge
Christa Harmotto
Logan Tom
Foluke Akinradewo
Courtney Thompson
Destinee Hooker
 Japan (JPN)
Erika Araki
Yukiko Ebata
Kaori Inoue
Maiko Kano
Saori Kimura
Hitomi Nakamichi
Ai Otomo
Saori Sakoda
Yuko Sano
Risa Shinnabe
Yoshie Takeshita
Mai Yamaguchi

Beach volleyball[edit]

Men[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1996 Atlanta
details
 Karch Kiraly
and Kent Steffes (USA)[10]
 Michael Dodd
and Mike Whitmarsh (USA)[10]
 John Child
and Mark Heese (CAN)[73]
2000 Sydney
details
 Dain Blanton
and Eric Fonoimoana (USA)[74]
 Zé Marco de Melo
and Ricardo Santos (BRA)[75]
 Axel Hager
and Jörg Ahmann (GER)[76]
2004 Athens
details
 Ricardo Santos
and Emanuel Rego (BRA)[77]
 Javier Bosma
and Pablo Herrera (ESP)[78]
 Stefan Kobel
and Patrick Heuscher (SUI)[79]
2008 Beijing
details
 Phil Dalhausser
and Todd Rogers (USA)[80]
 Márcio Araújo
and Fábio Luiz Magalhães (BRA)[81]
 Ricardo Santos
and Emanuel Rego (BRA)[81]
2012 London
details
 Julius Brink
and Jonas Reckermann (GER)
 Alison Cerutti
and Emanuel Rego (BRA)
 Mārtiņš Pļaviņš
and Jānis Šmēdiņš (LAT)
Todd Rogers (left) and Phil Dalhausser (right), gold medalists in 2008, pose with George W. Bush at the Beijing Olympics.
Misty May-Treanor (left) and Kerri Walsh Jennings (right) are the only team to defend a beach volleyball gold medal, and have done so twice.

Women[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1996 Atlanta
details
 Jackie Silva
and Sandra Pires (BRA)[82]
 Mônica Rodrigues
and Adriana Samuel (BRA)[82]
 Natalie Cook
and Kerri Pottharst (AUS)[83]
2000 Sydney
details
 Natalie Cook
and Kerri Pottharst (AUS)[84]
 Adriana Behar
and Shelda Bede (BRA)[75]
 Adriana Samuel
and Sandra Pires (BRA)[75]
2004 Athens
details
 Kerri Walsh
and Misty May (USA)[85]
 Shelda Bede
and Adriana Behar (BRA)[77]
 Holly McPeak
and Elaine Youngs (USA)[85]
2008 Beijing
details
 Kerri Walsh
and Misty May-Treanor (USA)[80]
 Wang Jie
and Tian Jia (CHN)[86]
 Xue Chen
and Zhang Xi (CHN)[86]
2012 London
details
 Kerri Walsh Jennings
and Misty May-Treanor (USA)
 Jennifer Kessy
and April Ross (USA)
 Juliana Felisberta
and Larissa França (BRA)

Statistics[edit]

Medal leaders[edit]

Athletes who have won three or more medals are listed below.[13][14]

Athlete Nation Olympics Total Gold Silver Bronze Discipline Gender
Fernandez, AnaAna Fernández[nb 1]  Cuba (CUB) 1992–2004 4 3 0 1 Indoor Female
Ryskal, InnaInna Ryskal  Soviet Union (URS) 1964–1976 4 2 2 0 Indoor Female
Tetyukhin, SergeySergey Tetyukhin  Russia (RUS) 2000–2012 4 1 1 2 Indoor Male
Papi, SamueleSamuele Papi  Italy (ITA) 1996–2004, 2012 4 0 2 2 Indoor Male
Kiraly, KarchKarch Kiraly[15]  United States (USA) 1984–1988, 1996 3 3 0 0 Indoor (2)
Beach (1)
Male
Luis, MireyaMireya Luis  Cuba (CUB) 1992–2000 3 3 0 0 Indoor Female
Costa, MarlenisMarlenis Costa  Cuba (CUB) 1992–2000 3 3 0 0 Indoor Female
Torres, ReglaRegla Torres  Cuba (CUB) 1992–2000 3 3 0 0 Indoor Female
Bell, ReglaRegla Bell  Cuba (CUB) 1992–2000 3 3 0 0 Indoor Female
May-Treanor, MistyMisty May-Treanor  United States (USA) 2004–2012 3 3 0 0 Beach Female
Walsh Jennings, KerriKerri Walsh Jennings  United States (USA) 2004–2012 3 3 0 0 Beach Female
Buldakova, LyudmilaLyudmila Buldakova  Soviet Union (URS) 1964–1972 3 2 1 0 Indoor Female
Smoleeva, NinaNina Smoleeva  Soviet Union (URS) 1968–1976 3 2 1 0 Indoor Female
Timmons, SteveSteve Timmons  United States (USA) 1984–1992 3 2 0 1 Indoor Male
Ruiz, YumilkaYumilka Ruíz  Cuba (CUB) 1996–2004 3 2 0 1 Indoor Female
Poyarkov, YuriyYuriy Poyarkov  Soviet Union (URS) 1964–1972 3 2 0 1 Indoor Male
Zaytsev, VyacheslavVyacheslav Zaytsev  Soviet Union (URS) 1976–1980; 1988 3 1 2 0 Indoor Male
Amaral, DanteDante Amaral  Brazil (BRA) 2004–2012 3 1 2 0 Indoor Male
Godoy Filho, GilbertoGilberto Godoy Filho  Brazil (BRA) 2004–2012 3 1 2 0 Indoor Male
Santana, RodrigoRodrigo Santana  Brazil (BRA) 2004–2012 3 1 2 0 Indoor Male
Santos, SérgioSérgio Santos  Brazil (BRA) 2004–2012 3 1 2 0 Indoor Male
Minami, MasayukiMasayuki Minami  Japan (JPN) 1964–1972 3 1 1 1 Indoor Male
Nekoda, KatsutoshiKatsutoshi Nekoda  Japan (JPN) 1964–1972 3 1 1 1 Indoor Male
Kondra, VladimirVladimir Kondra  Soviet Union (URS) 1972–1980 3 1 1 1 Indoor Male
Santos, RicardoRicardo Santos  Brazil (BRA) 2000–2008 3 1 1 1 Beach Male
Rego, EmanuelEmanuel Rego  Brazil (BRA) 2004–2012 3 1 1 1 Beach Male
Souza, HeliaHélia Souza  Brazil (BRA) 1996–2008 3 1 0 2 Indoor Female
Tyurina, YelenaYelena Tyurina  Russia (RUS) 1992–2004 3 0 3 0 Indoor Female
Artamonova, YevgeniyaYevgeniya Artamonova  Russia (RUS) 1992–2004 3 0 3 0 Indoor Female
Sartoretti, AndreaAndrea Sartoretti  Italy (ITA) 1996–2004 3 0 2 1 Indoor Male
Giani, AndreaAndrea Giani  Italy (ITA) 1996–2004 3 0 2 1 Indoor Male
Tofoli, PaoloPaolo Tofoli  Italy (ITA) 1996–2004 3 0 2 1 Indoor Male
Khamuttskikh, VadimVadim Khamuttskikh  Russia (RUS) 2000–2008 3 0 1 2 Indoor Male
Kuleshov, AlekseyAleksey Kuleshov  Russia (RUS) 2000–2008 3 0 1 2 Indoor Male

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Although Sports-Reference does not list Ana Fernández among the medalists in 1992, her name is contained in the International Olympic Committee's database, and the Official Report of the Barcelona Olympics as having won a gold medal with the Cuban team in 1992.[64] For her medals in 1996, 2000, and 2004 no such disagreement exists.
2. Several of the names listed here are spelled differently from in the corresponding Wikipedia article. This article follows the spelling given in the IOC's database of medal winners.
3. Some Brazilian players are better known by their apelidos (nicknames) than their birth names, and may have Wikipedia articles at those locations instead of their birth names.

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