2017 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour

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2017 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour
Tournament details
Host nation Various
Dates February – August, 2017
Venue(s) 21 (in 21 host cities)
Official website
FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour

The 2017 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour was the global elite professional beach volleyball circuit organized by the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) for the 2017 beach volleyball season. The 2017 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Calendar comprised three FIVB World Tour 5-star tournaments, two 4-star, four 3-star, four 2-star and six 1-star events, the World Championships and the World Tour Finals, all organised by the FIVB.

The 2017 edition of the Swatch Beach Volleyball FIVB World Tour Finals will be held in Hamburg, Germany from August 22 to 27.[1]

Schedule[edit]

Key
World Championships
World Tour Finals
5-star tournament/Major Series
4-star tournament
3-star tournament
2-star tournament
1-star tournament

Men[edit]

Tournament[2] Champions Runners-up Third place Fourth place
Fort Lauderdale Major[3]
Fort Lauderdale, USA
7–11 February
 Álvaro Morais Filho (BRA)
 Saymon Santos (BRA)
21–15, 21–17
 Evandro Oliveira (BRA)
 André Stein (BRA)
 Phil Dalhausser (USA)
 Nick Lucena (USA)
14–21, 21–13, 15–10
 John Hyden (USA)
 Ryan Doherty (USA)
Kish Island Open[4]
Kish island, Iran
15–18 February
 Nikita Liamin (RUS)
 Viacheslav Krasilnikov (RUS)
18–21, 21–19, 15–8
 Piotr Kantor (POL)
 Bartosz Łosiak (POL)
 Oleg Stoyanovskiy (RUS)
 Artem Yarzutkin (RUS)
13–21, 21–17, 15–7
 Lorenz Schümann (GER)
 Julius Thole (GER)
Shepparton Open[5]
Shepparton, Australia
4–5 March
 Christopher McHugh (AUS)
 Damien Schumann (AUS)
21–18, 21–18
 Cole Durant (AUS)
 Zachery Schubert (AUS)
 Ben O'Dea (NZL)
 Sam O'Dea (NZL)
21–12, 21–14
 Adam Roberts (USA)
 Martin Lorenz (USA)
Langkawi Open[6]
Langkawi, Malaysia[7]
15–16 April
 Nivaldo Díaz (CUB)
 Sergio González (CUB)
21–17, 21–18
 Florian Schnetzer (AUT)
 Peter Eglseer (AUT)
 Mart Tiisaar (EST)
 Kusti Nõlvak (EST)
21–17, 21–17
 Lazar Kolarić (SRB)
 Đorđe Klašnić (SRB)
Xiamen Open[8]
Xiamen, China
20–23 April
 Alexander Brouwer (NED)
 Robert Meeuwsen (NED)
21–14, 21–17
 Paolo Nicolai (ITA)
 Daniele Lupo (ITA)
 Maciej Rudol (POL)
 Jakub Szałankiewicz (POL)
21–16, 21–17
 Armin Dollinger (GER)
 Jonathan Erdmann (GER)
Rio de Janeiro Open[9]
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
18–21 May
 Alison Cerutti (BRA)
 Bruno Oscar Schmidt (BRA)
25–23, 21–12
 Bartosz Łosiak (POL)
 Piotr Kantor (POL)
 Paolo Nicolai (ITA)
 Daniele Lupo (ITA)
21–15, 24–26, 15–11
 Theo Brunner (USA)
 Casey Patterson (USA)
Moscow Open[10]
Moscow, Russia
30 May–4 June
 Phil Dalhausser (USA)
 Nick Lucena (USA)
21–17, 22–24, 18–16
 Viacheslav Krasilnikov (RUS)
 Nikita Liamin (RUS)
 Oleg Stoyanovskiy (RUS)
 Artem Yarzutkin (RUS)
18–21, 21–14, 15–8
 Jānis Šmēdiņš (LAT)
 Aleksandrs Samoilovs (LAT)
The Hague Open[11]
The Hague, Netherlands
13–18 June
 Viacheslav Krasilnikov (RUS)
 Nikita Liamin (RUS)
23–21, 22–20
 Pablo Herrera (ESP)
 Adrián Gavira (ESP)
 Paolo Nicolai (ITA)
 Daniele Lupo (ITA)
21–18, 21–15
 Nico Beeler (SUI)
 Marco Krattiger (SUI)
Porec Major[12]
Porec, Croatia
27 June–2 July
 Gustavo Carvalhaes (BRA)
 Pedro Solberg Salgado (BRA)
18–21, 25–23, 15–9
 Paolo Nicolai (ITA)
 Daniele Lupo (ITA)
 Alison Cerutti (BRA)
 Bruno Oscar Schmidt (BRA)
21–15, 21–18
 Oleg Stoyanovskiy (RUS)
 Artem Yarzutkin (RUS)
Gstaad Major[13]
Gstaad, Switzerland
4–9 July
 Phil Dalhausser (USA)
 Nick Lucena (USA)
21–18, 21–19
 Bartosz Łosiak (POL)
 Piotr Kantor (POL)
 Álvaro Morais Filho (BRA)
 Saymon Santos (BRA)
21–12, 21–18
 Evandro Oliveira (BRA)
 André Stein (BRA)
Olsztyn Open[14]
Olsztyn, Poland
19–23 July
 Markus Böckermann (GER)
 Lars Flüggen (GER)
15–21, 21–18, 15–11
 Ryan Doherty (USA)
 John Hyden (USA)
 Juan Virgen (MEX)
 Lombardo Ontiveros (MEX)
21–17, 22–20
 Mārtiņš Pļaviņš (LAT)
 Haralds Regža (LAT)
Agadir Open[15]
Agadir, Morocco
21–23 July
 Youssef Krou (FRA)
 Quincy Ayé (FRA)
21–18, 21–14
 Júlio Nascimento Júnior (QAT)
 Ahmed Tijan (QAT)
 Bahman Salemi (IRI)
 Rahman Raoufi (IRI)
19–21, 21–19, 16–14
 Zouheir El Graoui (MAR)
 Mohamed Abicha (MAR)
Espinho Open[16]
Espinho, Portugal
28–30 July
 George Wanderley (BRA)
 Vitor Felipe (BRA)
21–12, 21–13
 Júlio Nascimento Júnior (QAT)
 Ahmed Tijan (QAT)
 Anders Mol (NOR)
 Mathias Berntsen (NOR)
22–20, 21–15
 Christian Sørum (NOR)
 Svein Solhaug (NOR)
World Championships[17]
Vienna, Austria
28 July–6 August
 Evandro Oliveira (BRA)
 André Stein (BRA)
23–21, 22–20
 Clemens Doppler (AUT)
 Alexander Horst (AUT)
 Viacheslav Krasilnikov (RUS)
 Nikita Liamin (RUS)
21–17, 21–17
 Christiaan Varenhorst (NED)
 Maarten van Garderen (NED)
Swatch FIVB World Tour Finals[18]
Hamburg, Germany
23–27 August
 Phil Dalhausser (USA)
 Nick Lucena (USA)
21–15, 21–13
 Evandro Oliveira (BRA)
 André Stein (BRA)
 Paolo Nicolai (ITA)
 Daniele Lupo (ITA)
21–17, 19–21, 15–12
 Bartosz Łosiak (POL)
 Piotr Kantor (POL)

Women[edit]

Tournament[2] Champions Runners-up Third place Fourth place
Fort Lauderdale Major[19]
Fort Lauderdale, USA
7–12 February
 Larissa França (BRA)
 Talita Antunes (BRA)
21–15, 21–18
 Ágatha Bednarczuk (BRA)
 Eduarda Lisboa (BRA)
 Chantal Laboureur (GER)
 Julia Sude (GER)
21–14, 21–14
 Brooke Sweat (USA)
 Summer Ross (USA)
Shepparton Open[20]
Shepparton, Australia
4–5 March
 Julie Gordon (CAN)
 Camille Saxton (CAN)
21–17, 21–14
 Kim Behrens (GER)
 Anni Schumacher (GER)
 Phoebe Bell (AUS)
 Nicole Laird (AUS)
21–14, 21–16
 Leonie Körtzinger (GER)
 Sandra Seyfferth (GER)
Sydney Open[21]
Sydney, Australia
17–19 March
 Julie Gordon (CAN)
 Camille Saxton (CAN)
21–14, 21–16
 Mariafe Artacho del Solar (AUS)
 Jessyka Ngauamo (AUS)
 Louise Bawden (AUS)
 Nicole Laird (AUS)
21–18, 22–24, 15–11
 Kim Behrens (GER)
 Anni Schumacher (GER)
Langkawi Open[22]
Langkawi, Malaysia
15–16 April
 Emily Stockman (USA)
 Kimberly Dicello (USA)
22–20, 22–24, 17–15
 Martina Bonnerová (CZE)
 Šárka Nakládalová (CZE)
 Cornelia Rimser (AUT)
 Lena Plesiutschnig (AUT)
21–18, 21–13
 Nadine Strauss (AUT)
 Teresa Strauss (AUT)
Xiamen Open[23]
Xiamen, China
20–23 April
 Bárbara Seixas (BRA)
 Fernanda Alves (BRA)
21–12, 19–21, 16–14
 Wang Fan (CHN)
 Yue Yuan (CHN)
 Victoria Bieneck (GER)
 Isabel Schneider (GER)
21–16, 21–19
 Maria Antonelli (BRA)
 Carolina Horta (BRA)
Rio de Janeiro Open[24]
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
18–21 May
 Ágatha Bednarczuk (BRA)
 Eduarda Lisboa (BRA)
21–14, 13–21, 15–13
 Sarah Pavan (CAN)
 Melissa Humana-Paredes (CAN)
 Barbora Hermannová (CZE)
 Markéta Sluková (CZE)
23–21, 21–18
 Bárbara Seixas (BRA)
 Fernanda Alves (BRA)
Moscow Open[25]
Moscow, Russia
31 May–4 June
 Larissa França (BRA)
 Talita Antunes (BRA)
21–16, 21–14
 Brooke Sweat (USA)
 Summer Ross (USA)
 Ágatha Bednarczuk (BRA)
 Eduarda Lisboa (BRA)
21–14, 21–8
 Victoria Bieneck (GER)
 Isabel Schneider (GER)
The Hague Open[26]
The Hague, Netherlands
13–18 June
 Maria Antonelli (BRA)
 Carolina Solberg (BRA)
21–17, 21–11
 Joana Heidrich (SUI)
 Anouk Vergé-Dépré (SUI)
 Ágatha Bednarczuk (BRA)
 Eduarda Lisboa (BRA)
16–21, 21–13, 15–11
 Sarah Pavan (CAN)
 Melissa Humana-Paredes (CAN)
Nanjing Open[27]
Nanjing, China
16–18 June
 Betsi Flint (USA)
 Kelley Larsen (USA)
21–19, 21–12
 Wen Shuhui (CHN)
 Xia Xinyi (CHN)
 Ieva Dumbauskaitė (LTU)
 Monika Povilaitytė (LTU)
25–23, 17–21, 15–7
 Martina Bonnerová (CZE)
 Šárka Nakládalová (CZE)
Monaco Open[28]
Monaco, Monaco
17–18 June
 Juliana Silva (BRA)
 Carolina Horta (BRA)
21–16, 15–21, 15–13
 Kim Behrens (GER)
 Anni Schumacher (GER)
 Peny Karagkouni (GRE)
 Konstantina Tsopoulou (GRE)
21–15, 16–21, 15–9
 Shaunna Marie Polley (NZL)
 Kelsie Wills (NZL)
Nantong Open[29]
Nantong, China
23–25 June
 Wen Shuhui (CHN)
 Xia Xinyi (CHN)
21–18, 21–14
 Wang Fan (CHN)
 Yue Yuan (CHN)
 Ieva Dumbauskaitė (LTU)
 Monika Povilaitytė (LTU)
26–24, 21–19
 Yulia Abalakina (RUS)
 Ksenia Dabizha (RUS)
Porec Major[30]
Porec, Croatia
27 June–1 July
 Sarah Pavan (CAN)
 Melissa Humana-Paredes (CAN)
32–34, 21–12, 15–6
 Barbora Hermannová (CZE)
 Markéta Sluková (CZE)
 Nina Betschart (SUI)
 Tanja Hüberli (SUI)
21–19, 21–14
 Bárbara Seixas (BRA)
 Fernanda Alves (BRA)
Gstaad Major[31]
Gstaad, Switzerland
4–8 July
 Chantal Laboureur (GER)
 Julia Sude (GER)
21–18, 22–20
 Larissa França (BRA)
 Talita Antunes (BRA)
 Sarah Pavan (CAN)
 Melissa Humana-Paredes (CAN)
21–15, 21–12
 Joana Heidrich (SUI)
 Anouk Vergé-Dépré (SUI)
Daegu Open[32]
Daegu, South Korea
14–16 July
 Miki Ishii (JPN)
 Megumi Murakami (JPN)
21–14, 15–21, 17–15
 Varapatsorn Radarong (THA)
 Tanarattha Udomchavee (THA)
 Kateřina Valková (CZE)
 Diana Žolnerčíková (CZE)
21–14, 24–22
 Lisa Arnholdt (GER)
 Leonie Welsch (GER)
Ulsan Open[33]
Ulsan, South Korea
20–22 July
 Betsi Flint (USA)
 Kelley Larsen (USA)
21–16, 21–13
 Varapatsorn Radarong (THA)
 Tanarattha Udomchavee (THA)
 Shaunna Marie Polley (NZL)
 Kelsie Wills (NZL)
21–17, 21–18
 Rumpaipruet Numwong (THA)
 Khanittha Hongpak (THA)
Olsztyn Open[34]
Olsztyn, Poland
19–23 July
 Larissa França (BRA)
 Talita Antunes (BRA)
20–22, 21–18, 16–14
 Sarah Pavan (CAN)
 Melissa Humana-Paredes (CAN)
 Ágatha Bednarczuk (BRA)
 Eduarda Lisboa (BRA)
Walkover
 Kerri Walsh Jennings (USA)
 Nicole Branagh (USA)
Agadir Open[35]
Agadir, Morocco
21–23 July
 Nicole Eiholzer (SUI)
 Dunja Gerson (SUI)
21–19, 21–18
 Akiko Hasegawa (JPN)
 Azusa Futami (JPN)
 Lézana Placette (FRA)
 Aline Chamereau (FRA)
21–9, 21–12
 Érika Mongelós (PAR)
 Gabriela Filippo (PAR)
World Championships[36]
Vienna, Austria
28 July–5 August
 Laura Ludwig (GER)
 Kira Walkenhorst (GER)
19–21, 21–13, 15–9
 April Ross (USA)
 Lauren Fendrick (USA)
 Larissa França (BRA)
 Talita Antunes (BRA)
21–12, 16–21, 18–16
 Sarah Pavan (CAN)
 Melissa Humana-Paredes (CAN)
Swatch FIVB World Tour Finals[37]
Hamburg, Germany
23–26 August
 Laura Ludwig (GER)
 Kira Walkenhorst (GER)
21–17, 19–21, 15–10
 Ágatha Bednarczuk (BRA)
 Eduarda Lisboa (BRA)
 Larissa França (BRA)
 Talita Antunes (BRA)
21–17, 21–19
 Sarah Pavan (CAN)
 Melissa Humana-Paredes (CAN)

Medal table by country[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil (BRA) 12 5 7 24
2  United States (USA) 6 3 1 10
3  Germany (GER) 4 2 2 8
4  Canada (CAN) 3 2 1 6
5  Russia (RUS) 2 1 3 6
6  China (CHN) 1 3 0 4
7  Australia (AUS) 1 2 2 5
8   Switzerland (SUI) 1 1 1 3
9  Japan (JPN) 1 1 0 2
10  France (FRA) 1 0 1 2
11  Cuba (CUB) 1 0 0 1
 Netherlands (NED) 1 0 0 1
13  Poland (POL) 0 3 1 4
14  Italy (ITA) 0 2 3 5
15  Czech Republic (CZE) 0 2 2 4
16  Austria (AUT) 0 2 1 3
17  Qatar (QAT) 0 2 0 2
 Thailand (THA) 0 2 0 2
19  Spain (ESP) 0 1 0 1
20  Lithuania (LTU) 0 0 2 2
 New Zealand (NZL) 0 0 2 2
22  Estonia (EST) 0 0 1 1
 Greece (GRE) 0 0 1 1
 Iran (IRI) 0 0 1 1
 Mexico (MEX) 0 0 1 1
 Norway (NOR) 0 0 1 1
Totals (26 nations) 34 34 34 102

References[edit]

  1. ^ SWATCH FIVB WORLD TOUR FINALS HEAD TO HOME OF OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS: HAMBURG!, FIVB.org
  2. ^ a b FIVB Beach Volleyball Calendar 2017, FIVB.org
  3. ^ Fort Lauderdale Major | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  4. ^ Kish Island Open | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  5. ^ Shepparton Open | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  6. ^ Langkawi Open | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  7. ^ Carly Demarque (28 February 2017). "FIVB World Tour Event In Malaysia Moves From Selangor To Langkawi". VolleyMob. Retrieved 20 April 2017.
  8. ^ Xiamen Open | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  9. ^ Rio de Janeiro Open | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  10. ^ Moscow Open | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  11. ^ The Hague Open | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  12. ^ Porec Major | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  13. ^ Gstaad Major | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  14. ^ Olsztyn Open | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  15. ^ Agadir Open | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  16. ^ Espinho Open | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  17. ^ 2017 World Championships | Men - Elimination phase, FIVB.org
  18. ^ Swatch Beach Volleyball FIVB World Tour Finals presented by Vodafone | Men - Main draw, FIVB.org
  19. ^ Fort Lauderdale Major | Women - Results/Schedule Main draw, FIVB.org
  20. ^ Shepparton Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  21. ^ Sydney Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  22. ^ Langkawi Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  23. ^ Xiamen Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  24. ^ Rio de Janeiro Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  25. ^ Moscow Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  26. ^ The Hague Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  27. ^ Nanjing Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  28. ^ Monaco Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  29. ^ Nantong Open | Women - Main Draw, FIVB.org
  30. ^ Porec Major | Women - Main Draw, FIVB.org
  31. ^ Gstaad Major | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  32. ^ Daegu Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  33. ^ Ulsan Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  34. ^ Olsztyn Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  35. ^ Agadir Open | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org
  36. ^ 2017 World Championships | Women - Elimination phase, FIVB.org
  37. ^ Swatch Beach Volleyball FIVB World Tour Finals presented by Vodafone | Women - Main draw, FIVB.org

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