NORCECA Volleyball Championship

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The NORCECA Volleyball Championship is a sport competition for national volleyball teams, currently held biannually and organized by the NORCECA, the North America, Central America and Caribbean volleyball federation. There are both men's and women's competitions, which were staged together until 1993.

Men's competition[edit]

NORCECA MEN'S VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Year Host Winner Runner-up 3rd Place
1969
Details
Guatemala
Mazatenango

Cuba

Mexico

United States
1971
Details
Cuba
Havana

Cuba

United States

Mexico
1973
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Mexico
Tijuana

United States

Cuba

Canada
1975
Details
United States
Los Angeles

Cuba

Mexico

United States
1977
Details
Dominican Republic
Santo Domingo

Cuba

Mexico

United States
1979
Details
Cuba
Havana

Cuba

Canada

Mexico
1981
Details
Mexico
Mexico City

Cuba

United States

Canada
1983
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United States
Indianapolis

United States

Canada

Cuba
1985
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Dominican Republic
Santiago

United States

Cuba

Canada
1987
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Cuba
Havana

Cuba

United States

Canada
1989
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Puerto Rico
San Juan

Cuba

Canada

United States
1991
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Canada
Regina

Cuba

United States

Canada
1993
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United States
New Orleans

Cuba

United States

Canada
1995
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Canada
Edmonton

Cuba

United States

Canada
1997
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Puerto Rico
Caguas

Cuba

United States

Canada
1999
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Mexico
Monterrey

United States

Cuba

Canada
2001
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Barbados
Bridgetown

Cuba

United States

Canada
2003
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Mexico
Culiacán

United States

Canada

Cuba
2005
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Canada
Winnipeg

United States

Cuba

Canada
2007
Details
United States
Anaheim

United States

Puerto Rico

Cuba
2009
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Puerto Rico
Bayamón

Cuba

United States

Puerto Rico
2011
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Puerto Rico
Mayaguez

Cuba

United States

Canada
2013
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Canada
Langley

United States

Canada

Cuba
2015
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Mexico
Córdoba

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba 15 4 4 23
2  United States 8 10 4 22
3  Canada 0 5 12 17
4  Mexico 0 3 2 5
5  Puerto Rico 0 1 1 2
Total 23 23 23 69

Women's competition[edit]

NORCECA WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Year Host Winner Runner-up 3rd Place
1969
Details
Mexico
Mexico City

Mexico

Cuba

United States
1971
Details
Cuba
Havana

Mexico

Cuba

Netherlands Antilles
1973
Details
Mexico
Tijuana

Cuba

Canada

United States
1975
Details
United States
Los Angeles

Cuba

United States

Mexico
1977
Details
Dominican Republic
Santo Domingo

Cuba

United States

Canada
1979
Details
Cuba
Havana

Cuba

United States

Mexico
1981
Details
Mexico
Mexico City

United States

Cuba

Mexico
1983
Details
United States
Indianapolis

United States

Cuba

Canada
1985
Details
Dominican Republic
Santiago

Cuba

United States

Canada
1987
Details
Cuba
Havana

Cuba

United States

Canada
1989
Details
Puerto Rico
San Juan

Cuba

Canada

United States
1991
Details
Canada
Regina

Cuba

United States

Canada
1993
Details
United States
Colorado Springs

Cuba

United States

Canada
1995
Details
Dominican Republic
Santo Domingo

Cuba

United States

Canada
1997
Details
Puerto Rico
Caguas

Cuba

United States

Puerto Rico
1999
Details
Mexico
Monterrey

Cuba

United States

Canada
2001
Details
Dominican Republic
Santo Domingo

United States

Cuba

Dominican Republic
2003
Details
Dominican Republic
Santo Domingo

United States

Cuba

Dominican Republic
2005
Details
Trinidad and Tobago
Port of Spain

United States

Cuba

Dominican Republic
2007
Details
Canada
Winnipeg

Cuba

United States

Dominican Republic
2009
Details
Puerto Rico
Bayamón

Dominican Republic

Puerto Rico

Cuba
2011
Details
Puerto Rico
Caguas

United States

Dominican Republic

Cuba
2013
Details
United States
Omaha

United States

Dominican Republic

Puerto Rico
2015
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Mexico
Michoacán

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba 13 7 2 22
2  United States 7 11 3 21
3  Mexico 2 0 3 5
4  Dominican Republic 1 2 4 7
5  Canada 0 2 8 10
6  Puerto Rico 0 1 2 3
7  Netherlands Antilles 0 0 1 1
Total 23 23 23 69

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