2010 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship

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2010 Women's World Championship
Tournament details
Host nation  Japan
Dates 29 October - 14 November
Teams 24
Venue(s) 6 (in 5 host cities)
Champions  Russia (7th title)
Tournament awards
MVP  Ekaterina Gamova (RUS)
Official website
2010 World Championship

The 2010 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship was the 16th edition of the FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship. Like the previous tournament, the 2010 edition also was held in Japan, from 29 October to 14 November 2010, though the range of venues and locations was modified slightly (Matsumoto and Hamamatsu replaced Sapporo and Kobe in 2010). Twenty-four teams participated in the tournament.

The tournament was won by Russia, who finished with a perfect record, defeating Brazil in the intense final game.[1][2] Japan defeated the United States for the third place, winning their first bronze medal in the tournament history, and the first medal since 1978, having so far three gold and three silver already to their name.[3] Russia won its second straight title,[4] while Brazil was prevented from achieving a volleyball double of winning both the men's championship and the women's championship in the same year.

Russia's towering outside hitter Yekaterina Gamova was named the tournament Most Valuable Player.[5]

Qualification[edit]

Team Confederation Qualified as Qualified on Appearance
in finals
 Japan AVC Host 0116 November 2006 14th
 Russia CEV 2006 World Championship Winner 0216 November 2006 15th1
 Dominican Republic NORCECA NORCECA Pool H Winner 0314 June 2009 6th
 Cuba NORCECA NORCECA Pool F Winner 0423 June 2009 11th
 China AVC AVC Pool D Winner 054 July 2009 12th
 Thailand AVC AVC Pool D Runner-up 064 July 2009 3rd
 United States NORCECA NORCECA Pool G Winner 078 July 2009 14th
 Puerto Rico NORCECA NORCECA Pool I Winner 089 July 2009 5th
 Kenya CAVB CAVB Pool C Winner 0912 July 2009 5th
 Germany CEV CEV Pool K Winner 1018 July 2009 13th2
 Netherlands CEV CEV Pool K Runner-up 1118 July 2009 12th
 Turkey CEV CEV Pool J Winner 1218 July 2009 2nd
 Poland CEV CEV Pool J Runner-up 1318 July 2009 10th
 Serbia CEV CEV Pool I Winner 1418 July 2009 3rd3
 Croatia CEV CEV Pool I Runner-up 1518 July 2009 2nd
 Italy CEV CEV Pool H Winner 1619 July 2009 9th
 Czech Republic CEV CEV Pool H Runner-up 1719 July 2009 11th4
 Algeria CAVB CAVB Pool D Winner 1824 July 2009 1st
 Brazil CSV CSV Pool B Winner 1925 July 2009 14th
 Peru CSV CSV Pool B Runner-up 2025 July 2009 12th
 South Korea AVC AVC Pool E Winner 2130 August 2009 11th
 Kazakhstan AVC AVC Pool E Runner-up 2230 August 2009 2nd
 Canada NORCECA NORCECA Pool J Winner 2330 August 2009 7th
 Costa Rica NORCECA NORCECA Pool J Runner-up 2430 August 2009 2nd
1.^ Competed as Soviet Union from 1952 to 1990; 5th appearance as Russia.
2.^ Competed as West Germany from 1956 to 1990; 5th appearance as Germany.
3.^ Competed as Yugoslavia for 1978 and Serbia and Montenegro for 2006; 1st appearance as Serbia.
4.^ Competed as Czechoslovakia from 1952 to 1986; 3rd appearance as Czech Republic.

Format[edit]

The tournament was played in three different stages (first, second and final rounds). In the First round, the 24 participants were divided in four groups of six teams each. A single round-robin format was played within each group to determine the teams group position, the four best teams of each group (total of 16 teams) progressed to the next round.

In the Second round, the 16 teams were divided in two groups of eight teams. A single round-robin format was played within each group to determine the teams group position, matches already played between teams in the First round were counted in this round. The six best teams of each group (total of 12 teams) progressed to the next round.

In the Final round, the 12 teams were allocated to semifinals for placement matches according to their Second round group positions. First and second of each group played the semifinals, third and fourth played the 5th-8th semifinals and fifth and sixth played the 9th-12th semifinals. Winners and losers of each semifinals played a final placement match for 1st to 12th places.

Source:FIVB[6]

Pools composition[edit]

Teams were seeded in the first three positions of each pool following the Serpentine system according to their FIVB World Ranking. FIVB reserved the right to seed the hosts as head of Pool A regardless of the World Ranking. All teams not seeded were drawn to take other available positions in the remaining lines, following the World Ranking. The drawing was held in November 2009.[7] The rankings displayed in this table are from August 2010.[8]

Pool A Pool B Pool C Pool D
 Japan (5) Hosts  Brazil (1)  United States (2)  China (3)
 Serbia (9)  Italy (4)  Cuba (6)  Russia (7)
 Poland (8)  Netherlands (10)  Germany (15)  South Korea (21)
 Peru (17)  Kenya (35)  Kazakhstan (16)  Dominican Republic (11)
 Algeria (14)  Puerto Rico (13)  Thailand (12)  Turkey (22)
 Costa Rica (31)  Czech Republic (38)  Croatia (45)  Canada (24)

Squads[edit]

Venues[edit]

The tournament was played at six venues in five cities.[9]

Pool C Pool A, E, Final round Final round
Host venues in Tokyo
Matsumoto, Japan Tokyo, Japan
Matsumoto City Gymnasium Yoyogi National Gymnasium Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
Capacity: 7,000 Capacity: 12,000 Capacity: 10,000
Matsumoto City Gymnasium.JPG Yoyogi-National-First-Gymnasium-01.jpg Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium 2008.jpg
Pool D Pool F Pool B
Host cities in Japan
Osaka, Japan Nagoya, Japan Hamamatsu, Japan
Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium Nippon Gaishi Hall Hamamatsu Arena
Capacity: 8,200 Capacity: 10,000 Capacity: 8,000
Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium.jpg Nagoya City Sports Complex 01.JPG Hamamatsu Arena.jpg

First round[edit]

(A) Advanced to the Second round

Pool A[edit]

Pts Matches Points Sets
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Japan (A) 10 5 0 461 351 1.313 15 4 3.750
2  Serbia (A) 9 4 1 441 378 1.167 13 5 2.600
3  Poland (A) 8 3 2 429 336 1.277 12 6 2.000
4  Peru (A) 7 2 3 379 398 0.952 8 10 0.800
5  Costa Rica 6 1 4 282 381 0.740 4 12 0.333
6  Algeria 5 0 5 227 375 0.605 0 15 0.000
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
29 Oct 12:30 Peru  3–0  Algeria 25–16 25–12 25–18     75–46 P2 P3
29 Oct 15:00 Serbia  3–0  Costa Rica 25–15 25–18 25–14     75–47 P2 P3
29 Oct 18:45 Poland  2–3  Japan 28–26 25–21 20–25 23–25 12–15 108–112 P2 P3
30 Oct 12:30 Costa Rica  3–0  Algeria 25–18 25–21 25–10     75–49 P2 P3
30 Oct 15:00 Serbia  3–1  Poland 19–25 27–25 26–24 25–22   97–96 P2 P3
30 Oct 19:00 Japan  3–1  Peru 25–15 25–17 22–25 25–14   97–71 P2 P3
31 Oct 12:30 Peru  1–3  Serbia 21–25 25–16 21–25 18–25   85–91 P2 P3
31 Oct 15:00 Poland  3–0  Costa Rica 25–14 25–12 25–15     75–41 P2 P3
31 Oct 18:00 Algeria  0–3  Japan 18–25 7–25 14–25     39–75 P2 P3
2 Nov 13:00 Serbia  3–0  Algeria 25–15 25–12 25–21     75–48 P2 P3
2 Nov 15:30 Poland  3–0  Peru 25–10 25–15 25–16     75–41 P2 P3
2 Nov 18:45 Costa Rica  0–3  Japan 9–25 13–25 8–25     30–75 P2 P3
3 Nov 12:30 Peru  3–1  Costa Rica 25–18 25–18 32–34 25–19   107–89 P2 P3
3 Nov 15:00 Algeria  0–3  Poland 17–25 16–25 12–25     45–75 P2 P3
3 Nov 18:00 Japan  3–1  Serbia 28–26 29–27 18–25 27–25   102–103 P2 P3

Pool B[edit]

Pts Matches Points Sets
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Brazil (A) 10 5 0 410 294 1.395 15 2 7.500
2  Netherlands (A) 8 3 2 386 316 1.222 11 6 1.833
3  Italy (A) 8 3 2 417 389 1.072 11 8 1.375
4  Czech Republic (A) 8 3 2 428 402 1.065 11 8 1.375
5  Puerto Rico 6 1 4 268 362 0.740 3 12 0.250
6  Kenya 5 0 5 229 375 0.611 0 15 0.000
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
29 Oct 13:30 Brazil  3–0  Kenya 25–15 25–16 25–11     75–42 P2 P3
29 Oct 16:15 Czech Republic  0–3  Netherlands 24–26 20–25 14–25     58–76 P2 P3
29 Oct 18:45 Puerto Rico  0–3  Italy 20–25 11–25 18–25     49–75 P2 P3
30 Oct 13:00 Czech Republic  2–3  Brazil 25–22 22–25 25–23 20–25 9–15 101–110 P2 P3
30 Oct 15:35 Kenya  0–3  Puerto Rico 20–25 23–25 19–25     62–75 P2 P3
30 Oct 18:00 Netherlands  2–3  Italy 25–18 21–25 23–25 28–26 12–15 109–109 P2 P3
31 Oct 13:00 Puerto Rico  0–3  Czech Republic 14–25 14–25 17–25     45–75 P2 P3
31 Oct 15:30 Italy  3–0  Kenya 25–9 25–7 25–21     75–37 P2 P3
31 Oct 18:00 Brazil  3–0  Netherlands 25–19 25–18 25–14     75–51 P2 P3
2 Nov 13:30 Brazil  3–0  Puerto Rico 25–20 25–18 25–20     75–58 P2 P3
2 Nov 16:15 Netherlands  3–0  Kenya 25–8 25–14 25–11     75–33 P2 P3
2 Nov 18:45 Czech Republic  3–2  Italy 25–27 27–29 25–23 25–22 17–15 119–116 P2 P3
3 Nov 13:00 Puerto Rico  0–3  Netherlands 12–25 13–25 16–25     41–75 P2 P3
3 Nov 15:30 Kenya  0–3  Czech Republic 20–25 15–25 20–25     55–75 P2 P3
3 Nov 18:00 Italy  0–3  Brazil 16–25 19–25 7–25     42–75 P2 P3

Pool C[edit]

Pts Matches Points Sets
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  United States (A) 10 5 0 426 350 1.217 15 2 7.500
2  Germany (A) 9 4 1 366 293 1.249 12 3 4.000
3  Cuba (A) 7 2 3 430 433 0.993 7 11 0.636
4  Thailand (A) 7 2 3 360 375 0.960 7 10 0.700
5  Croatia 7 2 3 320 356 0.899 6 9 0.667
6  Kazakhstan 5 0 5 335 430 0.779 3 15 0.200
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
29 Oct 13:30 Germany  3–0  Kazakhstan 25–21 25–14 25–16     75–51 P2 P3
29 Oct 16:15 United States  3–1  Thailand 23–25 25–17 25–17 25–21   98–80 P2 P3
29 Oct 19:00 Croatia  3–0  Cuba 25–23 34–32 25–21     84–76 P2 P3
30 Oct 13:00 United States  3–0  Croatia 25–16 25–13 25–23     75–52 P2 P3
30 Oct 15:30 Thailand  3–1  Kazakhstan 25–16 25–18 20–25 25–16   95–75 P2 P3
30 Oct 18:00 Cuba  0–3  Germany 24–26 17–25 23–25     64–76 P2 P3
31 Oct 13:00 Kazakhstan  2–3  Cuba 25–20 15–25 25–27 25–23 10–15 100–110 P2 P3
31 Oct 15:45 Croatia  0–3  Thailand 15–25 14–25 17–25     46–75 P2 P3
31 Oct 18:00 Germany  0–3  United States 23–25 24–26 17–25     64–76 P2 P3
2 Nov 13:30 Croatia  0–3  Germany 24–26 18–25 21–25     63–76 P2 P3
2 Nov 16:15 Thailand  0–3  Cuba 19–25 27–29 25–27     71–81 P2 P3
2 Nov 18:45 United States  3–0  Kazakhstan 25–17 25–19 25–19     75–55 P2 P3
3 Nov 13:00 Kazakhstan  0–3  Croatia 19–25 17–25 18–25     54–75 P2 P3
3 Nov 15:30 Germany  3–0  Thailand 25–14 25–15 25–10     75–39 P2 P3
3 Nov 18:00 Cuba  1–3  United States 28–30 23–25 25–22 23–25   99–102 P2 P3

Pool D[edit]

Pts Matches Points Sets
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Russia (A) 10 5 0 440 329 1.337 15 3 5.000
2  South Korea (A) 9 4 1 411 389 1.057 13 5 2.600
3  Turkey (A) 8 3 2 493 464 1.063 12 11 1.091
4  China (A) 7 2 3 352 336 1.048 7 9 0.778
5  Dominican Republic 6 1 4 377 445 0.847 6 13 0.462
6  Canada 5 0 5 318 428 0.743 3 15 0.200
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
29 Oct 13:30 Russia  3–1  Dominican Republic 21–25 25–9 25–17 25–11   96–62 P2 P3
29 Oct 16:15 Canada  0–3  South Korea 19–25 19–25 14–25     52–75 P2 P3
29 Oct 18:45 Turkey  3–1  China 19–25 25–14 25–20 25–17   94–76 P2 P3
30 Oct 13:00 Russia  3–1  Turkey 25–27 25–22 25–11 25–17   100–77 P2 P3
30 Oct 15:30 Dominican Republic  0–3  South Korea 27–29 23–25 20–25     70–79 P2 P3
30 Oct 18:00 China  3–0  Canada 25–16 25–19 25–10     75–45 P2 P3
31 Oct 13:00 Turkey  3–2  Dominican Republic 25–20 25–14 23–25 23–25 17–15 113–99 P2 P3
31 Oct 15:45 Canada  0–3  Russia 13–25 16–25 21–25     50–75 P2 P3
31 Oct 18:00 South Korea  3–0  China 25–22 25–23 25–23     75–68 P2 P3
2 Nov 13:30 Turkey  3–2  Canada 19–25 20–25 25–14 25–17 15–8 104–89 P2 P3
2 Nov 16:15 Russia  3–1  South Korea 25–18 25–17 19–25 25–22   94–82 P2 P3
2 Nov 28:45 Dominican Republic  0–3  China 12–25 21–25 14–25     47–75 P2 P3
3 Nov 13:00 Canada  1–3  Dominican Republic 25–21 26–28 11–25 20–25   82–99 P2 P3
3 Nov 15:30 South Korea  3–2  Turkey 16–25 25–21 25–21 19–25 15–13 100–105 P2 P3
3 Nov 18:00 China  0–3  Russia 22–25 17–25 19–25     58–75 P2 P3

Second round[edit]

(I) Advanced to 1st–4th semifinals
(II) Advanced to 5th–8th semifinals
(III) Advanced to 9th–12th semifinals
  • All times are Japan Standard Time (UTC+09:00).
  • The results and the points of the matches between the same teams that were already played during the First round are taken into account for the Second round.

Pool E[edit]

Pts Matches Points Sets
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Russia (I) 14 7 0 600 448 1.339 21 3 7.000
2  Japan (I) 12 5 2 644 616 1.045 17 11 1.545
3  Serbia (II) 11 4 3 556 577 0.964 13 12 1.083
4  Turkey (II) 10 3 4 598 583 1.026 14 13 1.077
5  Poland (III) 10 3 4 612 604 1.013 12 15 0.800
6  China (III) 10 3 4 543 549 0.989 11 13 0.846
7  South Korea 10 3 4 569 600 0.948 12 15 0.800
8  Peru 7 0 7 442 587 0.753 3 21 0.143
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
6 Nov 10:30 Serbia  0–3  Turkey 19–25 16–25 20–25     55–75 P2 P3
6 Nov 12:45 Peru  0–3  Russia 15–25 15–25 20–25     50–75 P2 P3
6 Nov 15:00 Poland  3–2  South Korea 12–25 25–17 25–18 22–25 17–15 101–100 P2 P3
6 Nov 18:00 Japan  1–3  China 23–25 23–25 29–27 12–25   87–102 P2 P3
7 Nov 10:30 Peru  1–3  South Korea 26–24 15–25 18–25 23–25   82–99 P2 P3
7 Nov 12:45 Serbia  3–1  China 21–25 25–20 25–22 25–22   96–89 P2 P3
7 Nov 15:00 Poland  0–3  Russia 17–25 21–25 31–33     69–83 P2 P3
7 Nov 18:00 Japan  3–1  Turkey 25–19 23–25 25–19 25–13   98–76 P2 P3
9 Nov 11:15 Serbia  0–3  Russia 19–25 8–25 12–25     39–75 P2 P3
9 Nov 13:30 Peru  0–3  Turkey 15–25 18–25 20–25     53–75 P2 P3
9 Nov 15:45 Poland  0–3  China 21–25 23–25 18–25     62–75 P2 P3
9 Nov 18:45 Japan  3–0  South Korea 25–22 25–17 25–19     75–58 P2 P3
10 Nov 11:15 Peru  0–3  China 17–25 22–25 21–25     60–75 P2 P3
10 Nov 13:30 Serbia  3–0  South Korea 25–17 25–22 25–16     75–55 P2 P3
10 Nov 15:45 Poland  3–1  Turkey 25–23 24–26 27–25 25–22   101–96 P2 P3
10 Nov 18:45 Japan  1–3  Russia 21–25 14–25 25–23 13–25   73–98 P2 P3

Pool F[edit]

Pts Matches Points Sets
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Brazil (I) 14 7 0 607 461 1.317 21 4 5.250
2  United States (I) 12 5 2 605 555 1.090 17 8 2.125
3  Germany (II) 11 4 3 514 475 1.082 13 10 1.300
4  Italy (II) 11 4 3 668 629 1.062 16 13 1.231
5  Cuba (III) 10 3 4 604 660 0.915 12 15 0.800
6  Netherlands (III) 9 2 5 553 573 0.965 10 16 0.625
7  Thailand 9 2 5 470 577 0.815 7 17 0.412
8  Czech Republic 8 1 6 555 646 0.859 7 20 0.350
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
06 Nov 11:00 Netherlands  3–1  Cuba 25–12 22–25 25–12 25–20   97–69 P2 P3
06 Nov 13:15 Czech Republic  0–3  United States 20–25 20–25 13–25     53–75 P2 P3
06 Nov 15:30 Brazil  3–0  Thailand 25–19 25–19 25–16     75–54 P2 P3
06 Nov 18:00 Italy  3–1  Germany 22–25 32–30 25–8 25–15   104–78 P2 P3
07 Nov 11:00 Netherlands  1–3  Thailand 15–25 23–25 25–15 24–26   87–91 P2 P3
07 Nov 13:15 Czech Republic  0–3  Germany 8–25 17–25 16–25     41–75 P2 P3
07 Nov 15:30 Brazil  3–1  Cuba 23–25 25–20 25–13 25–18   98–76 P2 P3
07 Nov 18:00 Italy  3–1  United States 25–16 24–26 27–25 27–25   103–92 P2 P3
09 Nov 11:45 Czech Republic  1–3  Cuba 22–25 30–28 22–25 23–25   97–103 P2 P3
09 Nov 14:00 Brazil  3–0  Germany 25–16 25–13 25–21     75–50 P2 P3
09 Nov 16:15 Italy  3–0  Thailand 25–13 25–12 25–19     75–44 P2 P3
09 Nov 18:30 Netherlands  0–3  United States 17–25 22–25 18–25     57–75 P2 P3
10 Nov 11:45 Czech Republic  1–3  Thailand 25–16 18–25 20–25 23–25   86–91 P2 P3
10 Nov 14:00 Brazil  3–1  United States 25–19 24–26 25–19 25–23   99–87 P2 P3
10 Nov 16:15 Netherlands  1–3  Germany 12–25 14–25 25–19 25–27   76–96 P2 P3
10 Nov 18:30 Italy  2–3  Cuba 25–16 24–26 25–21 23–25 22–24 119–112 P2 P3

Final round[edit]

9th–12th place[edit]

Semifinals 9th place
13 November
  Poland  3  
  Netherlands  2  
 
14 November
      Poland  3
    China  0
11th place
13 November 14 November
  Cuba  1   Netherlands  3
  China  3     Cuba  0

9th–12th semifinals[edit]

Date Time Venue Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
13 Nov 12:30 YNG Poland  3–2  Netherlands 24–26 25–22 25–22 19–25 15–9 108–104 P2 P3
13 Nov 13:00 TMG Cuba  1–3  China 25–16 22–25 19–25 22–25   88–91 P2 P3

11th place match[edit]

Date Time Venue Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
14 Nov 13:00 TMG Netherlands  3–0  Cuba 32–30 25–23 25–17     82–70 P2 P3

9th place match[edit]

Date Time Venue Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
14 Nov 14:00 YNG Poland  3–0  China 25–23 25–21 25–22     75–66 P2 P3

5th–8th place[edit]

Semifinals 5th place
13 November
  Serbia  0  
  Italy  3  
 
14 November
      Italy  3
    Turkey  0
7th place
13 November 14 November
  Germany  2   Serbia  1
  Turkey  3     Germany  3

5th–8th semifinal[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
13 Nov 15:30 Germany  2–3  Turkey 23–25 18–25 25–14 25–20 11–15 102–99 P2 P3
13 Nov 18:00 Serbia  0–3  Italy 20–25 15–25 22–25     57–75 P2 P3

7th place match[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
14 Nov 15:30 Serbia  1–3  Germany 25–20 21–25 22–25 23–25   91–95 P2 P3

5th place match[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
14 Nov 18:00 Italy  3–0  Turkey 25–23 25–20 25–21     75–64 P2 P3

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
13 November
  Russia  3  
  United States  1  
 
14 November
      Russia  3
    Brazil  2
3rd place
13 November 14 November
  Brazil  3   United States  2
  Japan  2     Japan  3

Semifinals[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
13 Nov 15:00 Russia  3–1  United States 25–16 13–25 25–19 25–21   88–81 P2 P3
13 Nov 18:00 Brazil  3–2  Japan 22–25 33–35 25–22 25–22 15–11 120–115 P2 P3

3rd place match[edit]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
14 Nov 17:00 United States  2–3  Japan 25–18 23–25 25–21 19–25 8–15 100–104 P2 P3

Final[edit]

The final was a repeat of the 2006 final, between Russia and Brazil. Both teams had cruised through the group stages undefeated, though Brazil got to the final after winning a tough five-set semifinal match with Japan the day before.[10]

Russia was forced to rally from a set down twice, winning in five sets (21–25, 25–17, 20–25, 25–14, 15–11). Russia's 2.02 meter tall Yekaterina Gamova led all scorers with a tournament-high 35 points, while Sheilla Castro led Brazil with 26.[10]

The match was played at the Yoyogi National Stadium in Tokyo in front of a crowd of 12,000.[11]

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
14 Nov 19:45 Russia  3–2  Brazil 21–25 25–17 20–25 25–14 15–11 106–92 P2 P3

Final standing[edit]

Individual awards[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Russia repeat as world champions fivb.org
  2. ^ Russia best at women’s volleyball worlds Russia Today
  3. ^ Japan upset USA to win bronze fivb.org
  4. ^ Gamova powers Russia over Brazil to capture second straight world championship fivb.org
  5. ^ http://www.fivb.org/EN/Volleyball/Competitions/WorldChampionships/2010/Women/viewPressRelease.asp?No=27084&Language=en
  6. ^ "Competition format". FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship Japan 2010 Media Guide. FIVB. pp. 4–7. Retrieved 10 October 2017. 
  7. ^ "Pools Composition as per Drawing of lots". FIVB. Retrieved 10 October 2017. 
  8. ^ "FIVB World Ranking". FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship Japan 2010 Media Guide. FIVB. pp. 202–205. Retrieved 10 October 2017. 
  9. ^ "Venue information". FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship Japan 2010 Media Guide. FIVB. pp. 16–19. Retrieved 10 October 2017. 
  10. ^ a b Russia beats Brazil in final at volleyball worlds USA Today
  11. ^ Russia repeat as world champions fivb.org

External links[edit]