FIVB Volleyball Men's Nations League statistics. Results summary, medals summary, team participations, statistics leaders, individual awards, all-time team records. Women's Nations League. FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League. Hosts, appearance, results summary, medals summary, MVP by edition, team performances by season.
The record for the largest beach volleyball tournament is for the senior male division of the Usedom BeachCup 2007 with 236 players in the division, played in Karlshagen, Insel Usedom, Germany, from 27 to 29 July 2007.
Since then Volleyball has been a part of every Olympic Games. There's no particular team that has dominated throughout its history in Olympics though Cuba has has set the record of winning 3 gold medals in 3 successive Olympic Games in 1992, 1996, and 2000. The most successful teams have been Russia and USA.
Led by tournament MVP Roman Yakovlev, Russia finished with a record of nine wins and two losses, and won the country’s fifth FIVB men’s volleyball World Cup crown. With just two bronze medals at the 1981 and 1995 FIVB men’s volleyball World Cup, Brazil were not quite a superpower in the sport.
But here's the records that defined this unforgettable tournament after 38 matches, 146 sets and 6,494 rallies over 70 hours and 28 minutes of play time. Argentina's Bruno Lima emerged top scorer of the competition on 138 points (averaging 17.25 per match).
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Men's Olympic records waiting to fall. The ultimate sporting competition of the world is upon us as the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 get underway on Saturday after a year's delay due to the coronavirus pandemic. And so many records are there to be equalled or smashed. Nine players have broken the 30-point mark in scoring in a single match at the ...
The first two editions of the volleyball Olympic tournament were won by the Soviet Union team. Bronze in 1964 and silver in 1968, Japan won gold in 1972. In 1976, the introduction of a new offensive skill, the back row attack, helped Poland win the competition over the Soviets in a very tight five-setter.
Record. SMASH 18s. 18 Open. T-3rd in Silver. T-9th of 23. 3-4 (6-8) SMASH 18s Attack. 18 USA. T-5th in Gold.