2001 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Grand Champions Cup

2001 Men's World Grand Champions Cup
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Official website
FIVB
Tournament details
Host nation  Japan
Dates November 20–25
Teams 6
Venues (in 2 host cities)
Champions  Cuba (1st title)
MVP Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivan Miljković
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The 2001 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Grand Champions Cup was held in Nagoya and Tokyo, Japan from November 20 to November 25, 2001.

Teams

Team Qualified as
 Japan Host Country
 South Korea 2001 Asian Champions
 Yugoslavia 2001 European Champions
 Cuba 2001 NORCECA Champions
 Brazil 2001 South American Champions
 Argentina Wild Card

Squads

Main article: 2001 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Grand Champions Cup squads

Competition formula

The competition formula of the 2001 Men's World Grand Champions Cup is the single Round-Robin system. Each team plays once against each of the 5 remaining teams. Points are accumulated during the whole tournament, and the final standing is determined by the total points gained.

Venues

Results

Matches Sets Points
Rank Team Pts W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Cuba 10 5 0 15 3 5.000 430 356 1.208
2  Brazil 9 4 1 14 4 3.500 422 356 1.185
3  Yugoslavia 8 3 2 9 7 1.286 378 326 1.160
4  South Korea 7 2 3 7 10 0.700 369 394 0.937
5  Japan 6 1 4 4 14 0.286 361 426 0.847
6  Argentina 5 0 5 4 15 0.267 357 459 0.778

Nagoya round

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
20 Nov 14:00 South Korea  1–3  Brazil 21–25 21–25 25–19 19–25   86–94 P2
20 Nov 16:00 Cuba  3–0  Yugoslavia 25–20 25–22 25–23     75–65 P2
20 Nov 19:00 Japan  3–2  Argentina 24–26 25–21 22–25 25–17 15–13 111–102 P2
21 Nov 14:00 South Korea  0–3  Cuba 17–25 17–25 22–25     56–75 P2
21 Nov 16:00 Brazil  3–0  Argentina 25–16 25–15 25–7     75–38 P2
21 Nov 19:00 Yugoslavia  3–0  Japan 25–15 25–18 25–17     75–50 P2

Tokyo round

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
23 Nov 13:00 Cuba  3–2  Brazil 25–21 22–25 20–25 25–20 15–11 107–102 P2
23 Nov 15:00 Argentina  1–3  Yugoslavia 25–22 21–25 11–25 18–25   75–97 P2
23 Nov 18:00 Japan  0–3  South Korea 21–25 21–25 25–27     67–77 P2
24 Nov 13:00 Cuba  3–1  Japan 22–25 25–18 25–18 25–13   97–74 P2
24 Nov 15:00 South Korea  3–1  Argentina 23–25 27–25 25–21 25–12   100–83 P2
24 Nov 18:00 Brazil  3–0  Yugoslavia 26–24 25–20 25–22     76–66 P2
25 Nov 13:00 Argentina  0–3  Cuba 18–25 17–25 24–26     59–76 P2
25 Nov 15:00 Yugoslavia  3–0  South Korea 25–16 25–18 25–16     75–50 P2
25 Nov 18:00 Japan  0–3  Brazil 21–25 19–25 19–25     59–75 P2

Final standing

Awards

External links

  • Official website
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