1 Rogerio Ferreira/Guilherme Marques (BRA) 2 Canyon Ceman/Mike Whitmarsh (USA) 3 Dain Blanton/Kent Steffes (USA) 3 Paulão Moreira/Paulo Emilio Silva (BRA) 1999 Marseille, France. 1 José Loiola/Emanuel Rego (BRA) 2 Martin Laciga/Paul Laciga (SWI) 3 Rogerio Ferreira/Guilherme Marques (BRA) 2001 Klagenfurt, Austria.
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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October 2021: Norway's Olympic champions gun for gold at FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Finals; August 2021: Mol and Sørum win fourth successive men’s EuroBeachVolley title
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.
Barbara Seixas played together with Agatha Bednarczuk in 2012 and from 2014 till 2017. The Brazilian beach volleyball pair Agatha Bednarczuk – Barbara Seixas won 1 Silver Olympic medal (2016 Rio de Janeiro). Nowadays, she plays together with Fernanda Berti. Wang Jie (China, 1 Olympic Medal)
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.
FIVB World Tour Finals Doha 1 Star Sofia Sofia Leuven Sofia - Men Sofia - Women Ljubljana Sofia Cortegaça Budapest Montpellier Koropove Warsaw Cervia Apeldoorn Madrid Nijmegen Rubavu Prague Brno
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.