Volleyball at the 1999 Pan American Games

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This page presents the results of the Men's and Women's Volleyball Tournament during the 1999 Pan American Games, which was held from July 24 to August 2, 1999 in Winnipeg, Canada. There were four medal events, two (indoor and beach) for both men and women.

Men's Indoor Tournament[edit]

Squads[edit]

Preliminary Round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Points G W L SW SL Ratio
1.  Brazil 6 3 3 0 9 3 3.000
2.  Cuba 5 3 2 1 8 3 2.666
3.  Venezuela 4 3 1 2 4 6 0.666
4.  Barbados 3 3 0 3 0 9 0.000
  • July 24
Cuba  2 – 3  Brazil 17-25 25-11 25-19 26-28 10-15
Venezuela  3 – 0  Barbados 25-08 25-16 29-27
  • July 26
Brazil  3 – 0  Barbados 25-11 25-18 25-17
Cuba  3 – 0  Venezuela 25-21 25-23 25-22
  • July 27
Cuba  3 – 0  Barbados 25-22 25-18 25-21
Brazil  3 – 1  Venezuela 25-21 22-25 25-15 25-19

Group B[edit]

Team Points G W L SW SL Ratio
1.  Argentina 6 3 3 0 9 1 9.000
2.  Canada 4 3 1 2 6 6 1.000
3.  Colombia 4 3 1 2 5 8 0.625
4.  United States 4 3 1 2 3 8 0.375
  • July 25
Canada  2 – 3  Colombia 25-19 20-25 25-18 22-25 10-15
United States  0 – 3  Argentina 19-25 19-25 20-25
  • July 26
United States  3 – 2  Colombia 25-10 17-25 16-25 25-19 15-12
Canada  1 – 3  Argentina 20-25 25-23 17-25 23-25
  • July 28
Canada  3 – 0  United States 25-18 25-15 25-21
Argentina  3 – 0  Colombia 25-17 25-19 25-20

Classification Round[edit]

Fifth to eighth place[edit]

  • July 30
Colombia  3 – 0  Barbados 25-20 25-23 25-23
Venezuela  3 – 0  United States 25-21 28-26 25-22

Seventh place[edit]

  • July 31
United States  3 – 0  Barbados 25-15 25-23 25-18

Fifth place[edit]

  • July 31
Colombia  0 – 3  Venezuela 16-25 20-25 22-25

Semi Finals[edit]

  • July 31
Argentina  1 – 3  Cuba 25-20 25-23 25-23
Brazil  3 – 0  Canada 25-16 27-25 25-16

Bronze Medal Match[edit]

  • August 2
Argentina  1 – 3  Canada 25-22 19-25 26-28 23-25

Gold Medal Match[edit]

  • August 2
Brazil  2 – 3  Cuba 20-25 25-14 25-17 23-25 12-15

Final Standings[edit]

Individual Awards[edit]

Women's Indoor Tournament[edit]

Squads[edit]

Round Robin[edit]

Team Points G W L SW SL Ratio
1.  Brazil 10 5 5 0 15 2 7.500
2.  Cuba 9 5 4 1 14 3 4.666
3.  United States 8 5 3 2 9 11 0.818
4.  Dominican Republic 7 5 2 3 8 11 0.727
5.  Peru 6 5 1 4 5 13 0.384
6.  Canada 5 5 0 5 4 15 0.266
  • July 23
Brazil  3 – 0  Peru 25-15 25-23 25-17
Canada  1 – 3  Dominican Republic 22-25 20-25 25-18 24-26
United States  0 – 3  Cuba 11-25 14-25 18-25
  • July 24
Peru  1 – 3  Dominican Republic 25-22 11-25 14-25 23-25
United States  0 – 3  Brazil 20-25 17-25 23-25
Canada  0 – 3  Cuba 14-25 21-25 21-25
  • July 25
Cuba  3 – 0  Dominican Republic 25-22 25-19 25-12
Canada  0 – 3  Brazil 21-25 16-25 18-25
Peru  1 – 3  United States 14-25 14-25 25-20 19-25
  • July 27
Brazil  3 – 0  Dominican Republic 25-23 25-23 25-17
United States  3 – 2  Canada 25-23 11-25 20-25 25-18 15-09
Cuba  3 – 0  Peru 25-14 25-22 25-17
  • July 28
United States  3 – 2  Dominican Republic 25-19 22-25 21-25 25-20 15-09
Canada  1 – 3  Peru 19-25 23-25 26-24 25-27
Cuba  2 – 3  Brazil 25-23 19-25 25-17 22-25 13-15

Fifth Place[edit]

  • July 30
Peru  1 – 3  Canada 20-25 25-21 22-25 22-25

Semi Finals[edit]

  • July 30
Brazil  3 – 0  Dominican Republic 25-20 25-13 25-12
Cuba  3 – 0  United States 25-20 25-21 25-23

Bronze Medal Match[edit]

  • August 1
Dominican Republic  0 – 3  United States 26-28 19-25 12-25

Gold Medal Match[edit]

  • August 1
Brazil  3 – 2  Cuba 20-25 25-22 25-27 25-22 15-13

Final Standings[edit]

Awards[edit]

Beach[edit]

Men's tournament[edit]

Rank Final ranking
Gold medal america.svg Canada Jody Holden and Conrad Leinemann (CAN)
Silver medal america.svg Brazil Lula Barbosa and Adriano Garrido (BRA)
Bronze medal america.svg Brazil Roberto Lopes and Franco Neto (BRA)
4. Cuba Ihosvany Chambers and Lazaro Milian Carvajal (CUB)
5. Mexico Juan Rodriguez Ibarra and Joel Sotelo (MEX)
Puerto Rico Willie de Jesus and Amaury Velasco (PUR)
7. Canada Brian Gatzke and Dan Lewis (CAN)
United States Scott Davenport and Collin Smith (USA)
United States Peter Goers and Brad Torsone (USA)
10. Costa Rica Zlatko Piskulich and Alexánder Villegas (CRC)
Honduras Daniel Ignasio Sanchez and Walter Anibal Sanchez (HON)
Netherlands Antilles Aegidio Juliana and Otmar Kalmez (AHO)

Women's tournament[edit]

Rank Final ranking
Gold medal america.svg Brazil Shelda Bede and Adriana Behar (BRA)
Silver medal america.svg United States Marsha Miller and Jenny Pavley (USA)
Bronze medal america.svg Mexico Laura Almaral and Mayra Huerta (MEX)
4. Canada Barb Broen Ouellette and Christine Pack (CAN)
5. Brazil Adriana Bento and Monica Paludo (BRA)
United States Carrie Dodd and Liz Pagano (USA)
7. Cuba Noemi Blanco and Mayra Ferrer del Valle (CUB)
Cuba Tamara Larrea and Maru Quevedo (CUB)
Honduras Patricia Castro and Sonia Pino (HON)
10. Canada Jennifer Harkness and Sue Lesage (CAN)
El Salvador Ana Aquino and Ligia Salazar (ESA)
Venezuela Yadeizi Abreu and Nelitza Zambrano (VEN)

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