Asian Beach Volleyball Championship

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The Asian Beach Volleyball Championship is a beach volleyball competition for national teams, organized by the Asian Volleyball Confederation, the Asian volleyball federation.

Men[edit]

Year Host Final Third place match
Champion Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
2002
Details
China
Yingkou
New Zealand
Hayden Jones
Kirk Pitman
2–1 Kazakhstan
Dmitriy Vorobyev
Pavel Zabuslayev
China
Teng Maomin
Zhao Chicheng
2–1 Indonesia
Koko Prasetyo Darkuncoro
Agus Salim
2004
Details
China
Lianyungang
China
Xu Qiang
Xu Linyin
2–0 New Zealand
Jason Lochhead
Kirk Pitman
Kazakhstan
Oleg Kisselev
Pavel Zabuslayev
2–0 China
Wu Penggen
Yin Rui
2005
Details
Thailand
Songkhla
Indonesia
Koko Prasetyo Darkuncoro
Agus Salim
2–0 New Zealand
Jason Lochhead
Kirk Pitman
Japan
Taichi Morikawa
Katsuhiro Shiratori
2–0 Iran
Aghmohammad Salagh
Ebrahim Sansabili
2006
Details
Iran
Kish Island
Indonesia
Andy Ardiyansah
Koko Prasetyo Darkuncoro
2–0 Kazakhstan
Alexandr Dyachenko
Alexey Kulinich
Indonesia
Agus Salim
Supriadi
2–0 Iran
Aghmohammad Salagh
Ebrahim Sansabili
2007
Details
Thailand
Songkhla
Indonesia
Andy Ardiyansah
Koko Prasetyo Darkuncoro
2–0 China
Gao Fangtian
Han Shengwei
New Zealand
Greg Lindsay
Russell Watson
2–0 Thailand
Apichart Bualuang
Sataporn Sawangrueang
2008
Details
India
Hyderabad
Indonesia
Andy Ardiyansah
Koko Prasetyo Darkuncoro
2–1 China
Gao Fangtian
Han Shengwei
Thailand
Borworn Yungtin
Sataporn Sawangrueang
2–1 Iran
Parviz Farrokhi
Maziar Houshmand
2009
Details
China
Haikou
China
Wu Penggen
Xu Linyin
2–0 Kazakhstan
Alexey Kulinich
Dmitriy Yakovlev
Japan
Kentaro Asahi
Katsuhiro Shiratori
2–1 Kazakhstan
Alexandr Dyachenko
Alexey Sidorenko
2010
Details
China
Haikou
China
Wu Penggen
Xu Linyin
2–0 Indonesia
Andy Ardiyansah
Koko Prasetyo Darkuncoro
China
Gao Peng
Li Jian
2–1 Kazakhstan
Alexandr Dyachenko
Alexey Sidorenko
2011
Details
China
Haikou
Iran
Parviz Farrokhi
Aghmohammad Salagh
2–1 China
Wu Penggen
Xu Linyin
Kazakhstan
Alexandr Dyachenko
Alexey Sidorenko
2–0 Australia
Chris McHugh
Joshua Slack
2012
Details
China
Haikou
Australia
Isaac Kapa
Chris McHugh
2–0 China
Chen Cheng
Li Jian
Indonesia
Koko Prasetyo Darkuncoro
Ade Candra Rachmawan
2–1 Iran
Parviz Farrokhi
Aghmohammad Salagh
2013
Details
China
Wuhan
Kazakhstan
Alexandr Dyachenko
Alexey Sidorenko
2–0 Thailand
Sittichai Sangkhachot
Prathip Sukto
China
Ha Likejiang
Li Jian
2–0 Kazakhstan
Alexey Kuleshov
Dmitriy Yakovlev
2014
Details
China
Jinjiang
Australia
Isaac Kapa
Chris McHugh
2–0 Kazakhstan
Dmitriy Yakovlev
Alexey Kuleshov
Qatar
Tiago Santos
Jefferson Pereira
2–0 New Zealand
Mike Watson
Sam O'Dea

Women[edit]

Year Host Final Third place match
Champion Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
2000
Details
Philippines
Pasay
Japan
Teruko Nakano
Kaori Tsuchiya
1–0 Australia
Sue Himbeck
Summer Lochowicz
Indonesia
Yohana Marawali
Timy Yudhani Rahayu
1–0 Australia
Cindy Godwin
Emma Prowse
2001
Details
Philippines
Pasay
Japan
Chiaki Kusuhara
Ryoko Tokuno
2–1 China
Pan Wangye
You Wenhui
China
Han Bo
Sun Jing
2–0 Thailand
Rattanaporn Arlaisuk
Manatsanan Pangka
2002
Details
China
Yingkou
China
Hong Lina
Lin Xianling
2–1 Thailand
Rattanaporn Arlaisuk
Manatsanan Pangka
China
Han Bo
Sun Jing
2–0 Thailand
Kamoltip Kulna
Jarunee Sannok
2004
Details
China
Lianyungang
China
Han Bo
Sun Jing
2–0 China
Hu Xiaoyan
Zhang Xi
China
Ren Zhengqing
Lu Wenfeng
2–1 China
Li Ying
Lu Wang
2005
Details
Thailand
Songkhla
Thailand
Kamoltip Kulna
Usa Tenpaksee
2–0 Thailand
Yupa Phokongploy
Jarunee Sannok
Japan
Chiaki Kusuhara
Satoko Urata
2–0 Japan
Eiko Koizumi
Shinako Tanaka
2007
Details
Thailand
Songkhla
Thailand
Kamoltip Kulna
Yupa Phokongpoly
2–0 China
Yue Yuan
Zhang Wenwen
Thailand
Jarunee Sannok
Usa Tenpaksee
2–0 Japan
Kazuko Sugawara
Yuki Yanagawa
2008
Details
India
Hyderabad
Thailand
Kamoltip Kulna
Yupa Phokongpoly
2–0 China
Ji Linjun
Miao Chenchen
Thailand
Jarunee Sannok
Usa Tenpaksee
2–0 New Zealand
Susan Blundell
Anna Scarlett
2009
Details
China
Haikou
China
Xue Chen
Zhang Xi
2–0 China
Jin Jieqiong
Yue Yuan
Japan
Ayumi Kusano
Mutsumi Ozaki
2–0 Japan
Sayaka Mizoe
Shinako Tanaka
2010
Details
China
Haikou
China
Xue Chen
Zhang Xi
2–0 Kazakhstan
Tatyana Mashkova
Irina Tsimbalova
Japan
Sayaka Mizoe
Shinako Tanaka
2–1 Thailand
Kamoltip Kulna
Yupa Phokongploy
2011
Details
China
Haikou
China
Xue Chen
Zhang Xi
2–0 China
Ma Yuanyuan
Zhang Changning
Australia
Natalie Cook
Tamsin Hinchley
2–0 Japan
Takemi Nishibori
Satoko Urata
2012
Details
China
Haikou
China
Xue Chen
Zhang Xi
2–0 Vanuatu
Miller Elwin
Henriette Iatika
China
Ma Yuanyuan
Yue Yuan
2–1 Australia
Mariafe Artacho
Taliqua Clancy
2013
Details
China
Wuhan
China
Ma Yuanyuan
Yue Yuan
2–0 Thailand
Varapatsorn Radarong
Tanarattha Udomchavee
Kazakhstan
Tatyana Mashkova
Irina Tsimbalova
2–1 Vanuatu
Miller Elwin
Henriette Iatika
2014
Details
China
Jinjiang
Australia
Louise Bawden
Taliqua Clancy
2–0 Thailand
Varapatsorn Radarong
Tanarattha Udomchavee
China
Xue Chen
Xia Xinyi
2–0 Japan
Takemi Nishibori
Sayaka Mizoe

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 10 10 8 28
2  Indonesia 4 1 3 8
3  Thailand 3 5 3 11
4  Australia 3 1 1 5
5  Japan 2 0 5 7
6  Kazakhstan 1 5 3 9
7  New Zealand 1 2 1 4
8  Iran 1 0 0 1
9  Vanuatu 0 1 0 1
10  Qatar 0 0 1 1
Total 25 25 25 75

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