Volleyball is one of the sports that is played at the Summer Olympic Games in two disciplines: ...
If the two are level on points after the first two tiebreakers, the winner of the match between the two during the round-robin stage is crowned the FIVB World Champion. History of the men’s volleyball World Cup: Winners list. 1965 - Soviet Union. 1969 - East Germany. 1977 - Soviet Union. 1981 - Soviet Union. 1985 - United States. 1989 - Cuba
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.
Women's Volleyball was first held at 1964 Summer Olympics. Since then Women's Volleyball is a regular sports event at every Olympic Games. The following medals tally lists all medalists in Women's Volleyball competition at Olympic Games.
Volleyball has been part of the Summer Olympics program for both men and women consistently since 1964. Brazil, United States, and the former Soviet Union are the only teams to win multiple gold medals at the men's tournament since its introduction. The remaining six editions of the Men's Olympic Volleyball Tournament were won each by a different country including Japan, Poland, Netherlands, Russia, France, and the defunct Yugoslavia. Gold medals are less evenly distributed in women's volleyball
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Entry list - Men. Entry list - Women. In the men's tournament, the lineup is led by Norwegians Anders Mol and Christian Sorum, the reigning Olympic champions. The Beach Volley Vikings are the only team among the ten men’s duos to have won the tournament before, in 2018.
She participated in the Summer Olympic Games four times and won 3 Gold Olympic medals (2004 Athens, 2008 Beijing and 2012 London) in beach volleyball. Among the athlete’s teammates are: Holly McPeak (1999 – 2000) and Kerri Walsh (2001–2009, 2011–2012). Sandra Pires Tavares (Brazil, 2 Olympic Medals)
This list is of those countries who have won an indoor volleyball world medal, referring to any of the Men's and Women's World Championship, Men's and Women's World Cup, Olympic Games, men's and women's Volleyball Nations League (replacing FIVB World League and FIVB World Grand Prix respectively) or FIVB Volleyball World Grand Champions Cup .