FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships; Upcoming season or competition: 2022 Beach Volleyball World Championships: Sport: Beach Volleyball: Founded: 1997; 24 years ago () No. of teams: 48: Continent: International : Most recent champion(s) Russia (men) Canada (women) Most titles: Brazil (men; 7 titles) Brazil (women; 5 titles)
1 Emanuel Rego/Ricardo Santos (BRA) 2 Dax Holdren/Stein Metzger (USA) 3 Márcio Araújo/Benjamin Insfran (BRA) 2001 Klagenfurt, Austria. 1 Mariano Baracetti/Martín Conde (ARG) 2 José Loiola/Ricardo Santos (BRA) 3 Vegard Høidalen/Jørre Kjemperud (NOR) 1999 Marseille, France.
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The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships The Netherlands 2015 has an overall prize money of $1 million. The winners in the men’s and women’s competition will each receive a cheque of $60,000 in addition to 500 FIVB World Ranking points. The winning countries will automatically qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
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 .
Dates. 28 June – 7 July. ← Vienna 2017. 2021 →. The 2019 Beach Volleyball World Championships was held in Hamburg, Germany from 28 June to 7 July 2019.
Alison/Bruno and Ludwig/Walkenhorst claimed gold to cap an unforgettable season – perhaps the best in beach volleyball’s history to date. The 2017 season was dominated by the brilliant World Championships hosted in Vienna, Austria, where almost 200,000 fans witnessed arguably the biggest beach volleyball tournament in the sport's history.
Canadian beach volleyball duo and reigning women's world champions Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes suffered a 21-13, 23-21 loss to Karla Borger and Julie Sude of Germany in the championship ...
In the meantime, beach volleyball gained popularity: in the 1960s The Beatles tried playing in Los Angeles and US president John F. Kennedy was seen attending a match. In 1974, there was an indoor tournament: "The $1500.00 World Indoor Two-Man Volleyball Championship" played in front of 4,000 volleyball enthusiast at the San Diego Sports Arena.