FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships

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For the most current Championships, see 2013 Beach Volleyball World Championships.

The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships is an international beach volleyball double-gender championship held every two years.

The first official edition of this event, was the 1997 Beach Volleyball World Championships in Los Angeles, California. Before that there had been ten unofficial championships (1987–1996) all held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It was hosted in 2005 in Berlin, in 2007 in Gstaad, in 2009 in Stavanger and in 2011 in Rome. The 2013 edition took place in Stare Jablonki, Poland.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Men's World Championship
Year Host Champions Runners-up 3rd place
1997
Details
United States
Los Angeles, California
 Rogerio Ferreira
and Guilherme Marques (BRA)
 Canyon Ceman
and Mike Whitmarsh (USA)
 Dain Blanton
and Kent Steffes (USA)
 Paulão Moreira
and Paulo Emilio Silva (BRA)
1999
Details
France
Marseille
 José Loiola
and Emanuel Rego (BRA)
 Martin Laciga
and Paul Laciga (SUI)
 Rogerio Ferreira
and Guilherme Marques (BRA)
2001
Details
Austria
Klagenfurt
 Mariano Baracetti
and Martín Conde (ARG)
 José Loiola
and Ricardo Santos (BRA)
 Vegard Høidalen
and Jørre Kjemperud (NOR)
2003
Details
Brazil
Rio de Janeiro
 Emanuel Rego
and Ricardo Santos (BRA)
 Dax Holdren
and Stein Metzger (USA)
 Márcio Araújo
and Benjamin Insfran (BRA)
2005
Details
Germany
Berlin
 Márcio Araújo
and Fábio Luiz Magalhães (BRA)
 Sascha Heyer
and Paul Laciga (SUI)
 Julius Brink
and Kjell Schneider (GER)
2007
Details
Switzerland
Gstaad
 Phil Dalhausser
and Todd Rogers (USA)
 Dmitri Barsouk
and Igor Kolodinsky (RUS)
 Andrew Schacht
and Joshua Slack (AUS)
2009
Details
Norway
Stavanger
 Julius Brink
and Jonas Reckermann (GER)
 Harley Marques Silva
and Alison Cerutti (BRA)
 Todd Rogers
and Philip Dalhausser (USA)
2011
Details
Italy
Rome
 Emanuel Rego
and Alison Cerutti (BRA)
 Ricardo Santos
and Márcio Araújo (BRA)
 Julius Brink
and Jonas Reckermann (GER)
2013
Details
Poland
Stare Jabłonki
 Alexander Brouwer
and Robert Meeuwsen (NED)
 Ricardo Santos
and Álvaro Morais Filho (BRA)
 Jonathan Erdmann
and Kay Matysik (GER)

Women[edit]

Women's World Championship
Year Host Champions Runners-up 3rd place
1997
Details
United States
Los Angeles, California
 Sandra Pires
and Jackie Silva (BRA)
 Lisa Arce
and Holly McPeak (USA)
 Shelda Bede
and Adriana Behar (BRA)
 Karolyn Kirby
and Nancy Reno (USA)
1999
Details
France
Marseille
 Shelda Bede
and Adriana Behar (BRA)
 Annett Davis
and Jenny Johnson Jordan (USA)
 Liz Masakayan
and Elaine Youngs (USA)
2001
Details
Austria
Klagenfurt
 Shelda Bede
and Adriana Behar (BRA)
 Tatiana Minello
and Sandra Pires (BRA)
 Eva Celbová
and Soňa Nováková (CZE)
2003
Details
Brazil
Rio de Janeiro
 Misty May-Treanor
and Kerri Walsh (USA)
 Shelda Bede
and Adriana Behar (BRA)
 Natalie Cook
and Nicole Sanderson (AUS)
2005
Details
Germany
Berlin
 Misty May-Treanor
and Kerri Walsh (USA)
 Juliana Felisberta
and Larissa França (BRA)
 Tian Jia
and Wang Fei (CHN)
2007
Details
Switzerland
Gstaad
 Misty May-Treanor
and Kerri Walsh (USA)
 Tian Jia
and Wang Jie (CHN)
 Juliana Felisberta
and Larissa França (BRA)
2009
Details
Norway
Stavanger
 April Ross
and Jennifer Kessy (USA)
 Juliana Felisberta
and Larissa França (BRA)
 Talita Antunes
and Maria Antonelli (BRA)
2011
Details
Italy
Rome
 Juliana Felisberta
and Larissa França (BRA)
 Misty May-Treanor
and Kerri Walsh (USA)
 Xue Chen
and Zhang Xi (CHN)
2013
Details
Poland
Stare Jabłonki
 Xue Chen
and Zhang Xi (CHN)
 Karla Borger
and Britta Büthe (GER)
 Liliane Maestrini
and Bárbara Seixas (BRA)

Medals table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 9 8 7 24
2  United States 5 5 4 14
3  Germany 1 1 3 5
4  China 1 1 2 4
5  Argentina 1 0 0 1
 Netherlands 1 0 0 1
7  Switzerland 0 2 0 2
8  Russia 0 1 0 1
9  Australia 0 0 2 2
10  Czech Republic 0 0 1 1
 Norway 0 0 1 1