Memorial of Hubert Jerzy Wagner

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Memorial of Hubert Jerzy Wagner
SportMen's volleyball
Founded2003
No. of teams4
ContinentInternational
Most recent
champion(s)
 Brazil (2nd title)
Most titles Poland (8 titles)

The Memorial of Hubert Jerzy Wagner is a volleyball friendly competition for national teams, currently held biannually and organized by the Hubert Wagner foundation. There are men's competitions, organized only in Poland.

The first Memorial was held in 2003. This competition has been held every year since.

Tournament[edit]

History[edit]

The tournament is played in the middle of the year, always about two weeks before the most important event of the year. Competitions have been created in memory of the best volleyball coach in Poland, Hubert Jerzy Wagner, who won the 1974 FIVB Men's Volleyball World Championship, the Olympic gold in 1976 and silver medals in the Men's European Volleyball Championship in 1975 and 1983 for the Polish team.

In the first few years teams played in Olsztyn. It is now played in various Polish cities to promote volleyball. In 2008, the memorial was also the qualifying tournament for the 2009 Men's European Volleyball Championship. The first memorial was won by the Dutch national team, which was ahead of Poland and Spain. In the second edition Russia triumphed, and the next again The Netherlands. The winner of the fourth edition was Poland, the fifth - Germany. The next two editions were again won by the hosts. In 2010 the winners were Brazil, and in 2011 Italy. In 2012 the edition of the memorial was won by Poland ahead of Germany, Argentina and Iran. Poland retained the title in 2013.

Results[edit]

MEMORIAL OF HUBERT JERZY WAGNER
Year Host Gold Silver Bronze Fourth
2003
Details
Poland
Olsztyn, Poland

Netherlands

Poland

Spain

Germany
2004
Details
Poland
Olsztyn/Iława, Poland

Russia

Poland

Netherlands

Australia
2005
Details
Poland
Olsztyn/Iława, Poland

Netherlands

Poland

China

Norway
2006
Details
Poland
Olsztyn/Ostróda, Poland

Poland

Cuba

Portugal

Canada
2007
Details
Poland
Olsztyn/Elbląg/Iława, Poland

Germany

Netherlands

Poland

Slovakia
2008
Details
Poland
Olsztyn, Poland

Poland

Estonia

Montenegro

Hungary
2009
Details
Poland
Łódź, Poland

Poland

Italy

Serbia

China
2010
Details
Poland
Bydgoszcz, Poland

Brazil

Bulgaria

Poland

Czech Republic
2011
Details
Poland
Katowice, Poland

Italy

Russia

Czech Republic

Poland
2012
Details
Poland
Zielona Góra, Poland

Poland

Germany

Argentina

Iran
2013
Details
Poland
Płock, Poland

Poland

Russia

Netherlands

Germany
2014
Details
Poland
Kraków, Poland

Russia

Poland

Bulgaria

China
2015
Details
Poland
Toruń, Poland

Poland

Japan

France

Iran
2016
Details
Poland
Kraków, Poland

Bulgaria

Serbia

Poland

Belgium
2017
Details
Poland
Kraków, Poland

Poland

France

Russia

Canada
2018
Details
Poland
Kraków, Poland

Poland

Russia

France

Canada
2019
Details
Poland
Kraków, Poland

Brazil

Poland

Serbia

Finland

Medals Summary[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Poland85316
2 Russia2316
3 Netherlands2125
4 Brazil2002
5 Bulgaria1113
6 Germany1102
 Italy1102
8 France0123
 Serbia0123
10 Cuba0101
 Estonia0101
 Japan0101
13 Argentina0011
 China0011
 Czech Republic0011
 Montenegro0011
 Portugal0011
 Spain0011
Totals (18 nations)17171751

Total teams[edit]

Africa
(CAVB)
Asia and Oceania
(AVC)
Europe
(CEV)
North, Central America and Caribbean
(NORCECA)
South America
(CSV)
 Egypt (1)
 Tunisia (1)
 China (3)
 Iran (2)
 Australia (1)
 Japan (1)
 Poland (17)
 Russia (6)
 Netherlands (5)
 Germany (4)
 Serbia (4)
 Bulgaria (3)
Poland Poland B (3)
 Italy (3)
 France (3)
 Czech Republic (2)
 Spain (2)
 Norway (2)
 Montenegro (1)
 Estonia (1)
 Portugal (1)
 Slovakia (1)
 Hungary (1)
 Great Britain (1)
 Belgium (1)
 Finland (1)
 Canada (3)
 Cuba (1)
 Brazil (2)
 Argentina (1)

MVP by edition[edit]

National team appearances[edit]

Team Poland
2003
(4)
Poland
2004
(6)
Poland
2005
(4)
Poland
2006
(8)
Poland
2007
(6)
Poland
2008
(4)
Poland
2009
(6)
Poland
2010
(4)
Poland
2011
(4)
Poland
2012
(4)
Poland
2013
(4)
Poland
2014
(4)
Poland
2015
(4)
Poland
2016
(4)
Poland
2017
(4)
Poland
2018
(4)
Poland
2019
(4)
Total
 Argentina 3rd 1
 Australia 4th 1
 Belgium 4th 1
 Brazil 1st 1st 2
 Bulgaria 2nd 3rd 1st 3
 Canada 4th 4th 4th 3
 China 3rd 4th 4th 3
 Cuba 2nd 1
 Czech Republic 4th 3rd 2
 Egypt n/a 1
 Spain 3rd 6th 2
 Estonia 2nd 1
 Hungary 4th 1
 Finland 4th 1
 France 3rd 2nd 3rd 3
 Germany 4th 1st 2nd 4th 4
 Great Britain n/a 1
 Italy n/a 2nd 1st 3
 Iran 4th 4th 2
 Japan 2nd 1
 Netherlands 1st 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd 5
 Norway n/a n/a 2
 Poland 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 1st 1st 3rd 4th 1st 1st 2nd 1st 3rd 1st 1st 2nd 17
 Poland "B-team" n/a n/a 5th 3
 Portugal 3rd 1
 Russia 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd 6
 Serbia n/a 3rd 2nd 3rd 4
 Slovakia 4th 1
 Montenegro 3rd 1
 Tunisia n/a 1
Legend
  • 1st - Champions
  • 2nd - Runners-up
  • 3rd - Third place
  •  •  – Did not enter
  •  n/a  – Place unknown
  •    – Hosts

External links[edit]