Women's Junior South American Volleyball Championship

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Women's Junior South American Volleyball Championship
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2016 Women's Junior South American Volleyball Championship
Sport Volleyball
Founded 1972
Continent South America (CSV)
Most recent
champion(s)
 Brazil (19th title)
Most titles  Brazil (19 titles)

The Women's Junior South American Volleyball Championship is a sport competition for national women's volleyball teams with players under 20 years, currently held biannually and organized by the Confederación Sudamericana de Voleibol (CSV), the South American volleyball federation.

Results summary[edit]

Year Host Final 3rd place match Teams
Champions Score Runners-up 3rd place Score 4th place
1972
Details
Brazil
Rio de Janeiro

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Argentina
Round-robin
Chile
4
1974
Details
Argentina
Mendoza

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Argentina
Round-robin
Paraguay
7
1976
Details
Bolivia
La Paz

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Argentina
Round-robin
Bolivia
6
1978
Details
Brazil
Rio de Janeiro

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Argentina
Round-robin
Paraguay
6
1980
Details
Chile
Rancagua

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Argentina
Round-robin
Chile
7
1982
Details
Argentina
Santa Fe

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Argentina
Round-robin
Chile
6
1984
Details
Peru
Iquitos

Brazil
3–0
Peru

Colombia
3–0
Argentina
8
1986
Details
Brazil
São Paulo

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Argentina
Round-robin
Venezuela
7
1988
Details
Venezuela
Caracas

Peru
Round-robin
Brazil

Argentina
Round-robin
Venezuela
6
1990
Details
Argentina
San Miguel de Tucumán

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Argentina
Round-robin
Venezuela
7
1992
Details
Bolivia
Oruro

Brazil
Round-robin
Argentina

Peru
Round-robin
Bolivia
5
1994
Details
Colombia
Medellín

Brazil
3–0
Argentina

Peru
3–0
Colombia
6
1996
Details
Venezuela
Caracas

Brazil
Round-robin
Argentina

Peru
Round-robin
Colombia
6
1998
Details
Argentina
Santa Fe

Brazil
Round-robin
Argentina

Peru
Round-robin
Venezuela
8
2000
Details
Colombia
Medellín

Brazil
3–0
Argentina

Venezuela
3–2
Peru
6
2002
Details
Bolivia
La Paz

Brazil
Round-robin
Venezuela

Argentina
Round-robin
Peru
6
2004
Details
Bolivia
La Paz

Brazil
Round-robin
Argentina

Venezuela
Round-robin
Bolivia
5
2006
Details
Venezuela
Caracas

Brazil
Round-robin
Argentina

Venezuela
Round-robin
Peru
6
2008
Details
Peru
Lima

Brazil
3–0
Venezuela

Peru
3–2
Argentina
8
2010
Details
Colombia
Envigado / Itagüí

Brazil
3–0
Peru

Venezuela
3–2
Colombia
7
2012
Details
Peru
Lima

Brazil
3–1
Peru

Colombia
3–1
Chile
8
2014
Details
Colombia
Barrancabermeja

Brazil
Round-robin
Peru

Argentina
Round-robin
Chile
5
2016
Details
Brazil
Uberaba

Brazil
Round-robin
Argentina

Peru
Round-robin
Uruguay
6

Medals summary[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 19 4 0 23
2  Peru 4 9 6 19
3  Argentina 0 8 11 19
4  Venezuela 0 2 4 6
5  Colombia 0 0 2 2
Total 23 23 23 69

MVP by edition[edit]

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External links[edit]

CSV