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Current Summer Olympic sports - Beach Volleyball

Volleyball (beach) at the Summer Olympics

 

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 Beach Volleyball Summer Olympic Sport  

Games: 6 games in 6 countries
Events: 2

Sports:

Participants: 383 (194 men and 189 women) from 41 countries
Youngest Participant: EGY Nada Meawad (18 years, 117 days), 2016 Summer Games
Oldest Participant: ANG Emanuel Fernandes (41 years, 16 days), 2008 Summer Games
Top Athlete Medalist(s): USA Kerri Walsh Jennings (4 medals)
Top Country Medalist(s): BRA Brazil (13 medals)

Beach volleyball was introduced at the Summer Olympic Games in the 1992 Games as a demonstration event, and has been an official Olympic sport since 1996.

Brazil has won a gold or a silver medal (3 golds) at every Olympic beach volleyball tournament, in either the men's or women's tournament competition, since its introduction in 1996. The United States has also won at least a bronze medal (6 golds) in every men's or women's tournament in the same period.

Winning the Olympics is considered to be the highest honor in international beach volleyball, followed by the World Championships, and the World Tour of the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) for men and women.

History

Origins

Beach volleyball was a demonstration sport at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, at which Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos won the men's tournament, and Karolyn Kirby and Nancy Reno won the women's.

Beach volleyball was introduced as an official Olympic sport in 1996. A total of 24 teams take part in each beach volleyball Olympic tournament. Teams qualify on the basis of their performance in FIVB (Fédération Internationale de Volleyball) events over the course of about 18 months before the Olympic Games. There is a limit of two teams per country, and one spot apiece is reserved for the host country and a randomly chosen wild-card country. In the event that any Olympic region is not represented, the highest ranked team from that continent qualifies for the tournament.

Men's beach volleyball

The men's tournament has had a constant number of teams, with 24 couples in each edition.

In the first tournament, played in the 1996 Olympics, the matches were played at "Atlanta Beach" in Jonesboro, Georgia. The winners of the semifinals played for the gold and silver medals. The losers of the semifinal played for third and fourth places. The final was contested between the Americans Karch Kiraly and Kent Steffes versus Mike Dodd and Mike Whitmarsh. Kiraly is so far the only person with Olympic medals in both indoor and beach volleyball since he had won the gold medal indoors in the tournament of 1984 as well as 1988 in Seoul, South Korea.

The beach volleyball tournament 0f 2000 was played in Bondi Beach, a suburb of Sydney. The winners were again an American team, Blanton/Fonoimoana, defeating Brazilians Zé Marco/Ricardo (the former had competed in Atlanta) in the finals.

In the 2004 Summer Olympics the tournament was held in the Faliro Coastal Zone Olympic Complex, in Athens, Greece. The Brazilians Emanuel/Ricardo (the former being a veteran of two Olympics, and the latter a silver medalist in 2000) won the gold medal, defeating Bosma and Herrera of Spain.

The beach volleyball tournament of 2008 was carried out at the Beach Volleyball Ground, located in the Chaoyang Park in Beijing. In an upset, reigning champions Emanuel and Ricardo were defeated by their compatriots Márcio Araújo (who competed in Athens) and Fábio Luiz in the semifinal, having to settle for the bronze (where they beat two Brazilians competing for Georgia). The Brazilian victors were then defeated by Americans Rogers and Dalhausser in the final.

The 2012 tournament was played at the Horse Guards Parade in London. Emanuel Rego, now paired with Alison Cerutti, got his third straight medal, completing the three podium colors, by reaching the finals, where he lost to Germans Brink and Reckermann. Mārtiņš Pļaviņš and Jānis Šmēdiņš from Latvia got the bronze.

After 16 years, the 2016 tournament again was held in an actual beach, Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro. Alison Cerutti, now partnered with Bruno Schmidt, returned to the finals, and won the gold beating Daniele Lupo and Paolo Nicolai of Italy in the finals. The Dutch Alexander Brouwer and Robert Meeuwsen completed the podium.

Women's beach volleyball

In Atlanta, Georgia, in 1996, there were eighteen teams entered, and the championship match was played between two Brazilian teams: Jackie Silva and Sandra Pires versus Mônica Rodrigues and Adriana Samuel. The Australians Natalie Cook and Kerri Pottharst edged out the Americans for the bronze medal.

At the Sydney Olympics of 2000, the number of teams was increased to 24. One of the two Australian teams, Natalie Cook and Kerri Pottharst, won the gold medal over the Brazilians Adriana Behar and Shelda Bede, four years after winning the bronze medal in Atlanta. Another Brazilian team, featuring 1996 champion Sandra Pires and runner-up Adriana Samuel, edged out the Japanese for the bronze medal.

Behar and Bede of Brazil avenged the 2000 defeat by beating Natalie Cook (now partnered with Nicole Sanderson) in the 2004 semifinal to return to the final match, but they were defeated by Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh of the United States. Both May-Treanor and Walsh were veterans of the Sydney Olympics, but Walsh had been part of the American indoor team. Another American team, Holly McPeak and Elaine Youngs (the former in her third tournament, having been fourth in Atlanta), defeated the Australian team for the bronze medal.

In 2008 in China, May-Treanor and Walsh (now going by her married name of Walsh Jennings) were victorious again by defeating the Chinese team of Tian Jia and Wang Jie in the finals. Another Chinese team won the bronze medal, edging out Brazil in fourth place, and thus sending the Brazilian women home without a medal for the only time in the tournament history so far.

In 2012 in England May-Treanor and Walsh Jennings won for the third consecutive Olympiad by defeating the other American team of April Ross and Jennifer Kessy in the championship game. Thus the United States finished with the gold and silver medals, with Brazil winning the bronze medal, edging out China in fourth place.

The 2016 tournament in Brazil had the country return to the beach volleyball final after 12 years, with Ágatha Bednarczuk and Bárbara Seixas winning the semifinal over defending champion Walsh Jennings and London silver medallist April Ross. However, they lost the gold medal to the Germans Laura Ludwig and Kira Walkenhorst, who had also defeated the Brazilians Talita Antunes (4th in 2008) and Larissa França (bronze in 2012) in the semifinals. Talita and Larissa also lost the bronze medal to the United States, making Walsh Jennings the only player to win four beach volleyball Olympic medals. The defeat also broke a streak where every tournament had one country winning medals with both their teams: Brazil in 1996 (gold and silver) and 2000 (silver and bronze), United States in 2004 (gold and bronze) and 2012 (gold and silver), and China in 2008 (silver and bronze). There were also four teams tied for fifth place: Australia, Canada, Russia, and Switzerland, and hence seven countries were represented in the top eight teams.

While nine countries won medals in the male tournament, only five have done so with women. The dominating nations are Brazil and the US. Americans have the most gold medals, three earned by Walsh-May. The only country outside the five medallists (Brazil, USA, Australia, China and Germany) to reach the semifinals was Japan in 2000.

Competition formula

1996

A double-elimination tournament was played for both men and women until a total of four teams qualified for the semifinals: the two finalist teams of the winners bracket and the two finalist teams of the elimination bracket. The men's field had 24 teams, and the women's field had 16.

Competitors were selected through a detailed Olympic qualification process which saw the participation of a total of 587 men's and women's athletes from 46 countries. Each country could qualify up to two teams - host country United States had two spots already guaranteed, with the doubles selected through Olympic Beach Trials held in Baltimore, Maryland.

2000

Following an expansion on the women's tournament, both competitions had 24 teams. The format became single elimination, preceded by a preliminary round to define the round of 16 teams - the twelve winners of the preliminary games automatically qualified, while the twelve defeated teams played two elimination rounds to get the remaining four spots.

The teams qualify by accumulating points in FIVB Olympic Qualification Tournaments, with one of the host nation having a guaranteed berth and another having the possibility of qualifying through the ranking.

2004

Following a FIVB change of rules in 2001, the scoring was changed from sets of 15 points in a superseded sideout system to sets of 21 points in a rally point system.

The format had the 24 competing teams were split equally into six pools of four. The top two teams from each pool and the four best third placed teams progressed through to a single-elimination tournament of sixteen teams.

The qualifying added a continental quota - in the event of an unrepresented continent, the top team from that continent earned a spot.

2008–2016

The six pools of four format was retained, but the qualifying for third-placed teams was changed. Of the six 3rd place teams, two were directly qualified to the playoffs. Of the four remaining third placed teams, another two teams get to the playoffs through winning a lucky loser (repechage) match.
 for all the information and results per Olympic Game visit the links
1996 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Men)
1996 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Women)
2000 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Men)
2000 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Women)
2004 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Men)
2004 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Women)
2008 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Men)
2008 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Qualification)
2008 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Rosters)
2008 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Women)
2012 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Men)
2012 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Women)
2016 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Men)
2016 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Qualification)
2016 Summer Olympics - The Results (Beach Volleyball - Women)

Results summary

Men's tournament

Year Host   Gold medal match   Bronze medal match   Teams
Gold Medalists Score Silver Medalists Bronze Medalists Score 4th place
1996 United States
Atlanta
United States
Karch Kiraly
and Kent Steffes
2–0 United States
Mike Dodd
and Mike Whitmarsh
Canada
John Child
and Mark Heese
2–0 Portugal
João Brenha
and Miguel Maia
24
2000 Australia
Sydney
United States
Dain Blanton
and Eric Fonoimoana
2–0 Brazil
Zé Marco de Melo
and Ricardo Santos
Germany
Jörg Ahmann
and Axel Hager
2–0 Portugal
João Brenha
and Miguel Maia
24
2004 Greece
Athens
Brazil
Emanuel Rego
and Ricardo Santos
2–0 Spain
Javier Bosma
and Pablo Herrera
Switzerland
Patrick Heuscher
and Stefan Kobel
2–1 Australia
Julien Prosser
and Mark Williams
24
2008 China
Beijing
United States
Phil Dalhausser
and Todd Rogers
2–1 Brazil
Márcio Araújo
and Fábio Luiz Magalhães
Brazil
Emanuel Rego
and Ricardo Santos
2–0 Georgia (country)
Renato "Geor" Gomes
and Jorge "Gia" Terceiro
24
2012 United Kingdom
London
Germany
Julius Brink
and Jonas Reckermann
2–1 Brazil
Alison Cerutti
and Emanuel Rego
Latvia
Mārtiņš Pļaviņš
and Jānis Šmēdiņš
2–1 Netherlands
Reinder Nummerdor
and Richard Schuil
24
2016 Brazil
Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
Alison Cerutti
and Bruno Oscar Schmidt
2–0 Italy
Daniele Lupo
and Paolo Nicolai
Netherlands
Alexander Brouwer
and Robert Meeuwsen
2–0 Russia
Viacheslav Krasilnikov
and Konstantin Semenov
24
2020 Japan
Tokyo
     

Women's tournament

Year Host   Gold medal match   Bronze medal match   Teams
Gold Medalists Score Silver Medalists Bronze Medalists Score 4th place
1996 United States
Atlanta
Brazil
Sandra Pires
and Jackie Silva
2–0 Brazil
Mônica Rodrigues
and Adriana Samuel
Australia
Natalie Cook
and Kerri Pottharst
2–0 United States
Barbra Fontana
and Linda Hanley
18
2000 Australia
Sydney
Australia
Natalie Cook
and Kerri Pottharst
2–0 Brazil
Shelda Bede
and Adriana Behar
Brazil
Sandra Pires
and Adriana Samuel
2–0 Japan
Yukiko Takahashi
and Mika Teru Saiki
24
2004 Greece
Athens
United States
Misty May
and Kerri Walsh
2–0 Brazil
Shelda Bede
and Adriana Behar
United States
Holly McPeak
and Elaine Youngs
2–1 Australia
Natalie Cook
and Nicole Sanderson
24
2008 China
Beijing
United States
Misty May-Treanor
and Kerri Walsh Jennings
2–0 China
Tian Jia
and Wang Jie
China
Xue Chen
and Zhang Xi
2–0 Brazil
Talita Antunes
and Renata Ribeiro
24
2012 United Kingdom
London
United States
Misty May-Treanor
and Kerri Walsh Jennings
2–0 United States
Jennifer Kessy
and April Ross
Brazil
Larissa França
and Juliana Silva
2–1 China
Xue Chen
and Zhang Xi
24
2016 Brazil
Rio de Janeiro
Germany
Laura Ludwig
and Kira Walkenhorst
2–0 Brazil
Ágatha Bednarczuk
and Bárbara Seixas
United States
April Ross
and Kerri Walsh Jennings
2–1 Brazil
Talita Antunes
and Larissa França
24
2020 Japan
Tokyo
           

Participating nations

Men

Nation United States
1996
(24)
Australia
2000
(24)
Greece
2004
(24)
China
2008
(24)
United Kingdom
2012
(24)
Brazil
2016
(24)
Years
 Angola 19th 1
 Argentina 14th 9th 9th 19th 4
19th
 Australia 9th 9th 4th 9th 4
17th 9th
 Austria 9th 17th 5th 19th 9th 5
19th 9th 9th
 Brazil 9th 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 6
9th 9th 9th 3rd 5th 9th
 Canada 3rd 5th 5th 17th 9th 5
17th 9th 19th
 Chile 19th 1
 China 9th 19th 2
 Cuba 7th 17th 5th 3
 Czech Republic 14th 17th 17th 3
 Estonia 17th 19th 2
 France 14th 19th 19th 3
 Georgia 4th 1
 Germany 9th 3rd 5th 5th 1st 19th 6
19th 9th 19th 9th
 Great Britain 19th 1
 Greece 19th 1
 Indonesia 17th 1
 Italy 14th 19th 19th 5th 2nd 5
9th
 Japan 17th 9th 19th 3
 Latvia 9th 3rd 19th 3
9th
 Mexico 9th 9th 2
 Netherlands 17th 5th 4th 3rd 4
17th 5th
 Norway 7th 9th 9th 19th 9th 5
19th 19th
 New Zealand 17th 1
 Poland 5th 17th 2
17th
 Portugal 4th 4th 9th 3
 Puerto Rico 19th 1
 Qatar 9th 1
 Russia 9th 9th 9th 4th 4
5th
 South Africa 9th 19th 2
 Spain 5th 5th 2nd 9th 9th 9th 6
17th
 Switzerland 5th 3rd 9th 9th 4
5th 17th 9th
 Sweden 17th 19th 9th 3
 Tunisia 19th 1
 United States 1st 1st 5th 1st 5th 5th 6
2nd 5th 19th 5th 8th 19th
5th
 Venezuela 19h 1
Total 19 17 17 18 19 16 36

Women

Nation United States
1996
(18)
Australia
2000
(24)
Greece
2004
(24)
China
2008
(24)
United Kingdom
2012
(24)
Brazil
2016
(24)
Years
 Argentina 19th 19th 2
 Australia 3rd 1st 4th 5th 19th 5th 6
7th 5th 9th 19th 19th
17th
 Austria 5th 5th 2
 Belgium 9th 1
 Brazil 1st 2nd 2nd 4th 3rd 2nd 6
2nd 3rd 5th 5th 9th 4th
 Bulgaria 17th 9th 2
 Canada 17th 5th 19th 5th 4
9th
 China 9th 9th 2nd 4th 9th 5
17th 19th 3rd
 Costa Rica 19th 1
 Cuba 9th 9th 9th 3
9th
 Czech Republic 9th 9th 5th 17th 4
17th 17th
 Egypt 19th 1
 France 13th 9th 2
 Georgia 17th 1
 Germany 7th 9th 5th 9th 5th 1st 6
9th 9th 9th 9th 9th
 Great Britain 9th 17th 2
 Greece 17th 9th 9th 19th 4
9th 19th
 Indonesia 13th 1
 Italy 13th 5th 5th 5th 9th 5
9th
 Japan 5th 4th 17th 19th 4
9th 17th
 Mauritius 19th 1
 Mexico 17th 17th 19th 17th 4
 Netherlands 13th 17th 19th 19th 9th 9th 6
9th 19th
 Norway 9th 17th 9th 3
19th 9th
 Poland 9th 1
 Portugal 9th 1
 Russia 19th 9th 5th 3
9th
 South Africa 19th 19th 2
 Spain 9th 9th 2
 Switzerland 19th 19th 9th 5th 4
9th
 United States 4th 5th 1st 1st 1st 3rd 6
5th 5th 3rd 5th 2nd 19th
9th
 Venezuela 17th 1
Total 13 15 17 17 17 17 32

Medal table

Total

 
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States (USA) 6 2 2 10
2  Brazil (BRA) 3 7 3 13
3  Germany (GER) 2 0 1 3
4  Australia (AUS) 1 0 1 2
5  China (CHN) 0 1 1 2
6  Italy (ITA) 0 1 0 1
 Spain (ESP) 0 1 0 1
8  Canada (CAN) 0 0 1 1
 Latvia (LAT) 0 0 1 1
 Netherlands (NED) 0 0 1 1
 Switzerland (SUI) 0 0 1 1
Totals (11 nations) 12 12 12 36

Medal table, men

 
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States (USA) 3 1 0 4
2  Brazil (BRA) 2 3 1 6
3  Germany (GER) 1 0 1 2
4  Italy (ITA) 0 1 0 1
 Spain (ESP) 0 1 0 1
6  Canada (CAN) 0 0 1 1
 Latvia (LAT) 0 0 1 1
 Netherlands (NED) 0 0 1 1
 Switzerland (SUI) 0 0 1 1
Totals (9 nations) 6 6 6 18

Medal table, women

 
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States (USA) 3 1 2 6
2  Brazil (BRA) 1 4 2 7
3  Australia (AUS) 1 0 1 2
4  Germany (GER) 1 0 0 1
5  China (CHN) 0 1 1 2
Totals (5 nations) 6 6 6 18

Beach volleyball

Men

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1996 Atlanta  Karch Kiraly
and Kent Steffes (USA)
 Michael Dodd
and Mike Whitmarsh (USA)
 John Child
and Mark Heese (CAN)
2000 Sydney  Dain Blanton
and Eric Fonoimoana (USA)
 Zé Marco de Melo
and Ricardo Santos (BRA)
 Axel Hager
and Jörg Ahmann (GER)
2004 Athens  Ricardo Santos
and Emanuel Rego (BRA)
 Javier Bosma
and Pablo Herrera (ESP)
 Stefan Kobel
and Patrick Heuscher (SUI)
2008 Beijing  Phil Dalhausser
and Todd Rogers (USA)
 Márcio Araújo
and Fábio Luiz Magalhães (BRA)
 Ricardo Santos
and Emanuel Rego (BRA)
2012 London  Julius Brink
and Jonas Reckermann (GER)
 Alison Cerutti
and Emanuel Rego (BRA)
 Mārtiņš Pļaviņš
and Jānis Šmēdiņš (LAT)
2016 Rio  Alison Cerutti
and Bruno Oscar Schmidt (BRA)
 Daniele Lupo
and Paolo Nicolai (ITA)
 Alexander Brouwer
and Robert Meeuwsen (NED)
2020 Tokyo    

Women

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1996 Atlanta  Jackie Silva
and Sandra Pires (BRA)
 Mônica Rodrigues
and Adriana Samuel (BRA)
 Natalie Cook
and Kerri Pottharst (AUS)
2000 Sydney  Natalie Cook
and Kerri Pottharst (AUS)
 Adriana Behar
and Shelda Bede (BRA)
 Adriana Samuel
and Sandra Pires (BRA)
2004 Athens  Kerri Walsh
and Misty May (USA)
 Shelda Bede
and Adriana Behar (BRA)
 Holly McPeak
and Elaine Youngs (USA)
2008 Beijing  Kerri Walsh
and Misty May-Treanor (USA)
 Wang Jie
and Tian Jia (CHN)
 Xue Chen
and Zhang Xi (CHN)
2012 London  Kerri Walsh Jennings
and Misty May-Treanor (USA)
 Jennifer Kessy
and April Ross (USA)
 Juliana Felisberta
and Larissa França (BRA)
2016 Rio  Laura Ludwig
and Kira Walkenhorst (GER)
 Ágatha Bednarczuk
and Bárbara Seixas (BRA)
 April Ross
and Kerri Walsh Jennings (USA)
2020 Tokyo      

In one or more Summer Games, athletes who won at least 1 medal, competing in Beach Volleyball, male athletes

Rk Athlete Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Emanuel Brazil 2004 2012 1 1 1 3
2 Ricardo Brazil 2000 2008 1 1 1 3
3 Alison Brazil 2012 2016 1 1 0 2
4 Alexander Brouwer Netherlands 2016 2016 0 0 1 1
5 Daniele Lupo Italy 2016 2016 0 1 0 1
6 Robert Meeuwsen Netherlands 2016 2016 0 0 1 1
7 Paolo Nicolai Italy 2016 2016 0 1 0 1
8 Bruno Schmidt Brazil 2016 2016 1 0 0 1
9 Julius Brink Germany 2012 2012 1 0 0 1
10 Mārtiņš Pļaviņš Latvia 2012 2012 0 0 1 1
11 Jonas Reckermann Germany 2012 2012 1 0 0 1
12 Jānis Šmēdiņš Latvia 2012 2012 0 0 1 1
13 Phil Dalhausser United States 2008 2008 1 0 0 1
14 Fábio Brazil 2008 2008 0 1 0 1
15 Márcio Brazil 2008 2008 0 1 0 1
16 Todd Rogers United States 2008 2008 1 0 0 1
17 Javier Bosma Spain 2004 2004 0 1 0 1
18 Pablo Herrera Spain 2004 2004 0 1 0 1
19 Patrick Heuscher Switzerland 2004 2004 0 0 1 1
20 Stefan Kobel Switzerland 2004 2004 0 0 1 1
21 Jörg Ahmann Germany 2000 2000 0 0 1 1
22 Dain Blanton United States 2000 2000 1 0 0 1
23 Eric Fonoimoana United States 2000 2000 1 0 0 1
24 Axel Hager Germany 2000 2000 0 0 1 1
25 Zé Marco Brazil 2000 2000 0 1 0 1
26 John Child Canada 1996 1996 0 0 1 1
27 Mike Dodd United States 1996 1996 0 1 0 1
28 Mark Heese Canada 1996 1996 0 0 1 1
29 Karch Kiraly United States 1996 1996 1 0 0 1
30 Kent Steffes United States 1996 1996 1 0 0 1
31 Mike Whitmarsh United States 1996 1996 0 1 0 1

In one or more Summer Games, athletes who won at least 1 medal, competing in Beach Volleyball, female athletes

Rk Athlete Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Kerri Walsh Jennings United States 2004 2016 3 0 1 4
2 Misty May-Treanor United States 2004 2012 3 0 0 3
3 April Ross United States 2012 2016 0 1 1 2
4 Adriana Behar Brazil 2000 2004 0 2 0 2
5 Shelda Brazil 2000 2004 0 2 0 2
6 Natalie Cook Australia 1996 2000 1 0 1 2
7 Kerri-Ann Pottharst Australia 1996 2000 1 0 1 2
8 Adriana Samuel Brazil 1996 2000 0 1 1 2
9 Sandra Brazil 1996 2000 1 0 1 2
10 Bárbara Brazil 2016 2016 0 1 0 1
11 Ágatha Bednarczuk Brazil 2016 2016 0 1 0 1
12 Laura Ludwig Germany 2016 2016 1 0 0 1
13 Kira Walkenhorst Germany 2016 2016 1 0 0 1
14 Juliana Brazil 2012 2012 0 0 1 1
15 Jen Kessy United States 2012 2012 0 1 0 1
16 Larissa Brazil 2012 2012 0 0 1 1
17 Tian Jia China 2008 2008 0 1 0 1
18 Wang Jie China 2008 2008 0 1 0 1
19 Xue Chen China 2008 2008 0 0 1 1
20 Zhang Xi China 2008 2008 0 0 1 1
21 Holly McPeak United States 2004 2004 0 0 1 1
22 Elaine Youngs United States 2004 2004 0 0 1 1
23 Mônica Rodrigues Brazil 1996 1996 0 1 0 1
24 Jackie Silva Brazil 1996 1996 1 0 0 1

 

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