Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup

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The Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup is a Continental Cup organized by NORCECA with teams from all over America (North-, South- and Central America, and the Caribbean) to qualify for the World Grand Prix. It gives one spot for the best South American team and three for Norceca's teams. The tournament also give spots for the Final Four Women’s Volleyball Cup, the two top ranked NORCECA and CSV teams. The Men's Pan-American Cup hosted it first edition in 2006, qualifying for the America's Cup.

History[edit]

Pan-American Cup
Year Host Winner Runner-up 3rd Place 4td Place
2002
Details
Mexico
Tijuana,
Mexico

Cuba

Dominican Republic

Canada

Mexico
2003
Details
Mexico
Saltillo,
Mexico

United States

Dominican Republic

Cuba

Brazil
2004
Details
Mexico
Tijuana and Mexicali,
Mexico

Cuba

United States

Dominican Republic

Brazil
2005
Details
Dominican Republic
Santo Domingo,
Dominican R.

Cuba

Dominican Republic

Brazil

United States
2006
Details
Puerto Rico
San Juan,
Puerto Rico

Brazil

Cuba

Dominican Republic

United States
2007
Details
Mexico
Colima,
Mexico

Cuba

Brazil

Dominican Republic

United States
2008
Details
Mexico
Tijuana and Mexicali,
Mexico

Dominican Republic

Brazil

Argentina

Puerto Rico
2009
Details
United States
Miami,
United States

Brazil

Dominican Republic

Puerto Rico

United States
2010
Details
Mexico
Rosarito and Tijuana,
Mexico

Dominican Republic

Peru

United States

Cuba
2011
Details
Mexico
Ciudad Juárez,
Mexico

Brazil

Dominican Republic

United States

Cuba
2012
Details
Mexico
Ciudad Juárez,
Mexico[1][2]

United States

Brazil

Cuba

Dominican Republic
2013
Details
Peru
Lima,
Peru

United States

Dominican Republic

Argentina

Brazil
2014
Details
Mexico
Ciudad de México and Pachuca,
Mexico

Dominican Republic

United States

Puerto Rico

Argentina

Medal Table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba 4 1 2 7
2  Dominican Republic 3 6 3 12
3  Brazil 3 3 1 7
4  United States 3 2 2 7
5  Peru 0 1 0 1
6  Argentina 0 0 2 2
 Puerto Rico 0 0 2 2
8  Canada 0 0 1 1
Total 13 13 13 39

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