Swatch FIVB World Tour 2006

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2006 Swatch FIVB World Tour
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Tournament details
Host nation Various
Dates May - October, 2006

The Swatch FIVB World Tour 2006 was the 2006 official international beach volleyball tour.

Grand Slam[edit]

There were four Grand Slam tournaments. These events give a higher number of points and more money than the rest of the tournaments.[1]

Tournament results[edit]

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Italy, Open Brazil Juliana-Larissa United States May-Treanor-Walsh China Wang Jie-Tian Jia
China, Open China Xue Chen-Zhang Xi China Wang Jie-Tian Jia Brazil Juliana-Larissa
Greece, Open United States May-Treanor-Walsh China Wang Lu-Ji Linjun Brazil Juliana-Larissa
Switzerland, Grand Slam United States May-Treanor-Walsh Brazil Juliana-Larissa China Wang Jie-Tian Jia
Norway, Grand Slam Brazil Juliana-Larissa Brazil Adriana Behar-Shelda Brazil Leila-Ana Paula
France, Open Brazil Juliana-Larissa Brazil Adriana Behar-Shelda Brazil Leila-Ana Paula
Canada, Open Brazil Leila-Ana Paula Brazil Juliana-Larissa China Wang Jie-Tian Jia
Russia, Open Brazil Juliana-Larissa China Xue Chen-Zhang Xi Brazil Adriana Behar-Shelda
France, Grand Slam Brazil Juliana-Larissa United States May-Treanor-Walsh Brazil Leila-Ana Paula
Austria, Grand Slam China Wang Jie-Tian Jia Brazil Juliana-Larissa Germany Pohl-Rau
Poland, Open China Wang Jie-Tian Jia China Xue Chen-Zhang Xi Brazil Leila-Ana Paula
Portugal, Open Brazil Juliana-Larissa Brazil Renata-Talita China Wang Jie-Tian Jia
Brazil, Open Brazil Juliana-Larissa Brazil Leila-Ana Paula United States May-Treanor-Walsh
Mexico, Open United States May-Treanor-Walsh Brazil Renata-Talita Norway Hakedal-Tørlen
Thailand, Open China Xue Chen-Zhang Xi China Wang Jie-Tian Jia United States May-Treanor-Walsh

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
China, Open Brazil Marcio Araujo-Fabio Brazil Cunha-Franco Germany Brink-Dieckmann
Croatia, Open Brazil Emanuel-Ricardo United States Dalhausser-Rogers United States Lambert-Metzger
Italy, Open Switzerland Heuscher-Kobel Brazil Emanuel-Ricardo Brazil Benjamin-Harley
Portugal, Open Germany Brink-Dieckmann Brazil Emanuel-Ricardo Brazil Cunha-Franco
Switzerland, Grand Slam Brazil Emanuel-Ricardo Brazil Marcio Araujo-Fabio Germany Brink-Dieckmann
Norway, Grand Slam Brazil Emanuel-Ricardo Brazil Marcio Araujo-Fabio Brazil Benjamin-Harley
France, Open Brazil Emanuel-Ricardo Brazil Marcio Araujo-Fabio Brazil Cunha-Franco
Canada, Open Brazil Marcio Araujo-Fabio Brazil Emanuel-Ricardo Brazil Cunha-Franco
Russia, Open Brazil Marcio Araujo-Fabio Germany Brink-Dieckmann Netherlands De Gruijter-Ronnes
France, Grand Slam Brazil Marcio Araujo-Fabio United States Gibb-Rosenthal Brazil Emanuel-Ricardo
Austria, Grand Slam United States Dalhausser-Rogers Brazil Emanuel-Ricardo Brazil Marcio Araujo-Fabio
Poland, Open Brazil Emanuel-Ricardo Brazil Cunha-Franco China Wu-Xu
Brazil, Open Germany Brink-Dieckmann United States Gibb-Rosenthal Brazil Cunha-Franco
Mexico, Open United States Gibb-Rosenthal Brazil Emanuel-Ricardo United States Dalhausser-Rogers

Medal table by country[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1.  Brazil 17 18 15 50
2.  United States 5 5 4 14
3.  China 4 5 5 14
4.  Germany 2 1 3 6
5.   Switzerland 1 0 0 1
6.  Netherlands 0 0 1 1
6.  Norway 0 0 1 1

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