The Japanese women's team won the gold at the inaugural Olympic volleyball competition, and the silver at the following two Games. The Montreal Games of 1976 saw the Polish men win the nation's only gold medal in the sport, after the women had won bronze in 1964 and 1968.
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Women's Volleyball was first held at 1964 Summer Olympics. Since then Women's Volleyball is a regular sports event at every Olympic Games. The following medals tally lists all medalists in Women's Volleyball competition at Olympic Games.
U.S. Wins First Olympic Gold in Women’s Volleyball A program with two silvers and a bronze from its three most recent Games claims its first Olympic championship. Read in app
Led by outside hitter Zhu Ting, the Chinese women’s volleyball team embarked on another spell of success in the sport, winning the 2015 and 2019 FIVB women’s World Cup as well as the gold medal at Rio 2016.
Women's volleyball semifinals match between USA and South Korea at the 2012 Summer Olympics. The opening edition of the volleyball Olympic tournament, in 1964, was won by the host nation Japan. There followed two victories in a row by the Soviet Union, in 1968 and 1972.
Sandra Pires Tavares (Brazil, 2 Olympic Medals) Sandra Pires Tavares is the Olympic gold medalist from Brazil. She represented Brazil at the Summer Olympic Games two times and won 1 Gold Olympic medal (1996 Atlanta) as well as 1 Bronze Olympic medal (2000 Sydney) in beach volleyball.
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USA beat Brazil in the women's volleyball gold medal game to earn their first Olympic medal in this sport. They won 25-21, 25-20, 25-14.
The U.S. women's volleyball team defeated world champions and Rio silver medallists Serbia in straight sets on Friday to reach the Olympic final where they face Brazil, who beat South Korea.
It is the first Olympics' volleyball medal for the Japanese since the 1984 Summer Olympics. On August 13, 2012, Japan Women's Team was ranked 3rd in the world behind United States women's national volleyball team and Brazil women's national volleyball team. 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Japan was the host nation for the 2020 Summer Olympics.