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1993 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Grand Champions Cup

1993 World Grand Champions Cup
Tournament details
Host nation Japan
Dates November 16–21
Teams 6
Venues (in 2 host cities)
Champions Cuba (1st title)
MVP Regla Bell
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The first World Grand Champions Cup women's volleyball was held in Japan from 16 to 21 November 1993.

Teams

Team Qualified as
Japan Host Nation
China 1993 Asian Champions
Cuba 1993 NORCECA Champions
Peru 1993 South American Champions
Russia 1993 European Champions
United States Wild Card

Squads

Competition formula

The competition formula of the 1993 Women'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 4 3.750 280 175 1.600
2 China 9 4 1 12 7 1.714 246 212 1.160
3 Russia 8 3 2 12 11 1.091 290 290 1.000
4 Japan 7 2 3 9 11 0.818 253 257 0.984
5 United States 6 1 4 8 14 0.571 237 299 0.793
6 Peru 5 0 5 6 15 0.400 217 290 0.748

Tokyo round

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
16 Nov 1–3 Cuba 15–13 4–15 7–15 8–15   34–58
16 Nov 2–3 China 9–15 15–7 13–15 15–11 11–15 63–63
16 Nov 3–1 United States 17–15 13–15 15–8 15–13   60–51
17 Nov 0–3 Cuba 3–15 13–15 7–15     23–45
17 Nov 3–2 Peru 5–15 10–15 15–12 15–7 15–9 60–55
17 Nov 3–2 Japan 15–13 7–15 17–15 11–15 15–12 65–70

Osaka round

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
19 Nov 1–3 Cuba 15–13 4–15 7–15 6–15   32–58
19 Nov 3–1 United States 15–7 15–6 9–15 15–6   54–34
19 Nov 3–1 Peru 8–15 15–6 15–13 15–1   53–35
20 Nov 3–2 United States 13–15 15–6 15–17 15–10 15–10 74–58
20 Nov 2–3 Russia 4–15 15–11 15–13 14–16 17–19 65–74
20 Nov 1–3 China 14–16 17–15 8–15 3–15   42–61
21 Nov 1–3 Russia 15–11 12–15 4–15 3–15   34–56
21 Nov 0–3 China 11–15 6–15 11–15     28–45
21 Nov 3–0 Japan 15–9 15–11 15–8     45–28

Final standing

Individual awards

External links

  • Results
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