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2003 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Cup

The 2003 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Cup was held from November 16 to November 29, 2003 in Japan. Twelve men's national teams played in cities all over Japan for the right to a fast lane ticket into the Olympic Tournament in Athens, Greece 2004.

Teams were made up as follows: hosts Japan, continental champions and vice-champions from Europe, Asia, NORCECA and South America, continental champion from Africa plus two wild-card teams nominated jointly by FIVB and the Japan Volleyball Association. Teams played a single-round robin format (66 games overall), in two parallel groups (site A and site B). The men played in Tokyo, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Nagano, Hamamatsu and Okayama. Japan is the traditional host of the tournament since 1977.

Contents

  • Teams 1
  • Squads 2
  • First round 3
    • Site A 3.1
    • Site B 3.2
  • Second round 4
    • Site A 4.1
    • Site B 4.2
  • Third round 5
    • Site A 5.1
    • Site B 5.2
  • Fourth round 6
    • Site A 6.1
    • Site B 6.2
  • Ranking 7
  • Final standing 8
  • Awards 9
  • External links 10

Teams


Squads


First round

Site A

China  0 – 3  Serbia and Montenegro 16-25 16-25 24-26
Canada  0 – 3  United States 17-25 17-25 17-25
Japan  3 – 0  Egypt 25-20 25-17 25-23


    • Monday November 17
Egypt  0 – 3  Canada 22-25 16-25 20-25
Serbia and Montenegro  3 – 0  United States 26-24 25-21 25-22
Japan  3 – 1  China 23-25 25-21 25-18 25-20


    • Tuesday November 18
United States  3 – 1  China 23-25 25-20 25-20 25-19
Serbia and Montenegro  3 – 1  Egypt 28-30 25-18 25-21 25-12
Canada  2 – 3  Japan 21-25 16-25 27-25 25-20


Site B

Italy  3 – 0  Tunisia 25-16 25-13 25-23
France  3 – 0  Venezuela 25-23 25-21 25-21
South Korea  0 – 3  Brazil 21-25 19-25 17-25


    • Monday November 17
Tunisia  0 – 3  South Korea 19-25 20-25 26-28
Venezuela  0 – 3  Italy 21-25 15-25 15-25
France  1 – 3  Brazil 26-24 21-25 20-25 22-25


    • Tuesday November 18
Brazil  3 – 0  Venezuela 25-19 25-16 25-20
France  3 – 2  Tunisia 23-25 23-25 25-18 25-21 18-16
Italy  3 – 1  South Korea 25-18 21-25 25-18 25-21


Second round

Site A

Serbia and Montenegro  3 – 1  Canada 25-14 23-25 25-20 26-24
Egypt  0 – 3  China 22-25 20-25 29-31
United States  3 – 1  Japan 19-25 25-14 25-23 25-19


    • Friday November 21
United States  3 – 1  Egypt 25-22 25-19 22-25 25-14
China  2 – 3  Canada 23-25 26-24 36-34 22-25 13-15
Japan  1 – 3  Serbia and Montenegro 25-21 18-25 22-25 20-25


Site B

South Korea  3 – 1  France 20-25 25-23 25-23 25-21
Tunisia  0 – 3  Venezuela 23-25 21-25 22-25
Brazil  3 – 1  Italy 25-18 26-24 20-25 25-22


    • Friday November 21
Italy  3 – 0  France 25-22 26-24 25-20
Venezuela  1 – 3  South Korea 21-25 22-25 25-23 24-26
Brazil  3 – 0  Tunisia 25-17 25-16 25-11


Third round

Site A

United States  3 – 0  Tunisia 25-13 25-17 25-22
Serbia and Montenegro  3 – 0  South Korea 27-25 25-20 26-24
Japan  0 – 3  Venezuela 20-25 18-25 23-25


    • Monday November 24
United States  3 – 0  South Korea 25-20 25-20 25-17
Serbia and Montenegro  3 – 0  Venezuela 25-23 25-22 25-18
Japan  2 – 3  Tunisia 25-23 25-22 22-25 21-25 10-15


    • Tuesday November 25
Serbia and Montenegro  3 – 0  Tunisia 25-16 25-14 25-21
United States  3 – 0  Venezuela 28-26 25-16 25-23
Japan  0 – 3  South Korea 22-25 13-25 23-25


Site B

Italy  3 – 0  Canada 25-22 25-19 25-20
Brazil  3 – 1  China 25-21 25-20 23-25 25-18
France  3 – 0  Egypt 25-15 25-23 25-15


    • Monday November 24
Brazil  3 – 0  Canada 25-13 25-17 25-14
Italy  3 – 0  Egypt 25-16 25-16 25-17
France  3 – 1  China 25-16 25-14 24-26 25-19


    • Sunday November 25
Italy  3 – 0  China 25-15 25-15 25-20
Brazil  3 – 0  Egypt 25-20 25-20 25-13
France  3 – 1  Canada 25-19 25-20 25-16

Fourth round

Site A

United States  0 – 3  Italy 12-25 27-29 22-25
Serbia and Montenegro  1 – 3  Brazil 25-23 21-25 21-25 21-25
Japan  0 – 3  France 23-25 18-25 21-25


    • Saturday November 29
United States  0 – 3  Brazil 20-25 21-25 23-25
Serbia and Montenegro  1 – 3  France 18-25 22-25 25-21 19-25
Japan  1 – 3  Italy 21-25 25-27 27-25 20-25


    • Sunday November 30
Serbia and Montenegro  3 – 1  Italy 25-18 21-25 30-28 25-22
United States  3 – 1  France 25-19 20-25 26-24 28-26
Japan  0 – 3  Brazil 17-25 20-25 16-25


Site B

Venezuela  3 – 1  China 23-25 25-22 28-26 25-20
Tunisia  0 – 3  Canada 23-25 20-25 20-25
South Korea  2 – 3  Egypt 20-25 25-21 25-18 23-25 11-15


    • Saturday November 29
Venezuela  1 – 3  Canada 21-25 25-23 20-25 21-25
Tunisia  3 – 1  Egypt 25-20 25-19 23-25 25-16
South Korea  3 – 0  China 25-19 25-21 26-24


    • Sunday November 30
Venezuela  3 – 1  Egypt 31-29 25-23 22-25 25-21
Tunisia  1 – 3  China 17-25 26-24 25-27 29-31
South Korea  2 – 3  Canada 30-28 24-26 25-20 25-27 13-15


Ranking

Rk Team Points Won Lost SW SL Ratio PW PL Ratio
1  Brazil 22 11 0 33 4 8.250 916 720 1.272
2  Italy 20 9 2 29 8 3.625 910 762 1.194
3  Serbia and Montenegro 20 9 2 29 10 2.900 951 842 1.129
4  United States 19 8 3 24 13 1.846 883 794 1.112
5  France 18 7 4 24 16 1.500 950 868 1.094
6  South Korea 16 5 6 20 20 1.000 909 915 0.993
7  Canada 16 5 6 18 23 0.783 883 954 0.926
8  Venezuela 15 4 7 14 23 0.609 832 893 0.932
9  Japan 14 3 8 14 27 0.519 879 948 0.927
10  China 13 2 9 13 28 0.464 898 1.012 0.887
11  Tunisia 13 2 9 9 30 0.300 803 932 0.862
12  Egypt 12 1 10 7 32 0.219 787 961 0.819

Final standing

Awards






  • Best Libero:  Sergio (BRA)




External links

  • FIVB 2003 World Cup
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