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Medal Winners Rosters Medal Table Individual Table

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Year Gold Silver Bronze
2016 Brazil Italy United States
2012 Russia Brazil Italy
2008 United States Brazil Russia
2004 Brazil Italy Russia
2000 Serbia & Montenegro Russia Italy
1996 Netherlands (Holland) Italy Serbia & Montenegro
1992 Brazil Netherlands (Holland) United States
1988 United States Soviet Union Argentina
1984 United States Brazil Italy
1980 Soviet Union Bulgaria Romania
1976 Poland Soviet Union Cuba
1972 Japan East Germany Soviet Union
1968 Soviet Union Japan Czechoslovakia
1964 Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Japan

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2016 2012 2008 2004 2000 1996 1992 1988 1984 1980 1976 1972 1968 1964

Rio de Janeiro 2016 top

Brazil Italy United States
William Arjona, Mauricio Borges Almeida Silva, Eder Carbonera, Douglas Correia de Souza, Mauricio Luiz de Souza, Wallace de Souza, Luiz Felipe Marques Fonteles, Evandro Guerra, Ricardo Lucarelli, Bruno Mossa Rezende, Lucas Saatkamp, Sergio Dutra Santos. (Coach: Bernardo Rezende) Oleg Antonov, Emanuele Birarelli, Simone Buti, Massimo Colaci, Simone Giannelli, Osmany Juantorena, Filippo Lanza, Matteo Piano, Salvatore Rossini, Pasquale Sottile, Luca Vettori, Ivan Zaytsev. (Coach: Gianlorenzo Blengini) Matthew Anderson, Micah Christenson, Maxwell Holt, Thomas Jaeschke, David Lee, William Reid Priddy, Aaron Russell, Taylor Sander, Erik Shoji, Kawika Shoji, David Smith, Murphy Troy. (Coach: John Speraw)
ITA 3-0 IRI USA 3-0 POL RUS 3-0 CAN BRA 3-1 ARG
ITA 3-2 USA (30-28 26-28 9-25 25-22 15-9) BRA 3-0 RUS (25-21 25-20 25-17)
BRA 3-0 ITA (25-22 28-26 26-24) [USA 3-2 RUS (23-25 21-25 25-19 25-19 15-13)]

London 2012 top

Russia Brazil Italy
Nikolay Apalikov, Yury Berezhko, Aleksandr Butko, Sergey Grankin, Dmitriy Ilinikh, Taras Khtey, Maxim Mikhaylov, Dmitriy Muserskiy, Aleksey Obmochaev, Aleksandr Sokolov, Sergey Tetyukhin, Aleksandr Volkov. (Coach: Vladimir Alekno) Dante Amaral, Wallace de Souza, Gilberto Godoy Filho, Sidao dos Santos, Murilo Endres, Ricardo Garcia, Bruno Rezende, Lucas Saatkamp, Rodrigo Santana, Sergio Dutra Santos, Thiago Soares Alves, Leandro Vissotto. (Coach: Bernardo Rezende) Andrea Bari, Emanuele Birarelli, Dante Boninfante, Alessandro Fei, Andrea Giovi, Michal Lasko, Luigi Mastrangelo, Samuele Papi, Simone Parodi, Cristian Savani, Dragan Travica, Ivan Zaytsev. (Coach: Mauro Berruto)
BUL 3-0 GER RUS 3-0 POL BRA 3-0 ARG ITA 3-0 USA
RUS 3-1 BUL (25-21, 25-15, 23-25, 25-23) BRA 3-0 ITA (25-21, 25-12, 25-21)
RUS 3-2 BRA (19-25, 20-25, 29-27, 25-22, 15-9) [ITA 3-1 BUL (25-19, 23-25, 25-22, 25-21)]

Beijing 2008 top

United States Brazil Russia
Lloy Ball, Gabe Gardner, Kevin Hansen, Tom Hoff, Rich Lambourne, David Lee, Ryan Millar, William Priddy, Sean Rooney, Riley Salmon, Clay Stanley, Scott Touzinsky. (Coach: Hugh McCutcheon) Dante Amaral, Sergio Dutra Santos, Marcelo Elgarten, Gustavo Endres, Murilo Endres, Samuel Fuchs, Gilberto Godoy Filho, Andre Heller, Andre Nascimento, Bruno Rezende, Anderson Rodrigues, Rodrigo Santana. (Coach: Bernardo Rezende) Yury Berezhko, Sergey Grankin, Vadim Khamuttskikh, Alexander Korneev, Alexander Kosarev, Alexey Kuleshov, Maxim Mikhaylov, Alexei Ostapenko, Semen Poltavskiy, Sergey Tetyukhin, Alexey Verbov, Alexander Volkov. (Coach: Vladimir Alekno)
USA 3-2 SRB RUS 3-1 BUL ITA 3-2 POL BRA 3-0 CHN
USA 3-2 RUS (25-22, 25-21, 25-27, 22-25, 15-13) BRA 3-1 ITA (19-25, 25-18, 25-21, 25-22)
USA 3-1 BRA (20-25, 25-22, 25-21, 25-23) [RUS 3-0 ITA (25-22, 25-19, 25-23)]

Athens 2004 top

Brazil Italy Russia
Dante Amaral, Nalbert Bitencourt, Gustavo Endres, Ricardo Garcia, Giovane Gavio, Gilberto Godoy Filho, Andre Heller, Mauricio Lima, Andre Nascimento, Anderson Rodrigues, Rodrigo Santana, Sergio Dutra Santos. (Coach: Bernardo Rezende) Matej Cernic, Alberto Cisolla, Paolo Cozzi, Alessandro Fei, Andrea Giani, Luigi Mastrangelo, Samuele Papi, Damiano Pippi, Andrea Sartoretti, Ventzislav Simeonov, Paolo Tofoli, Valerio Vermiglio. (Coach: Gianpaolo Montali) Pavel Abramov, Sergey Baranov, Stanislav Dineykin, Andrey Egorchev, Alexey Kazakov, Vadim Khamuttskikh, Taras Khtey, Alexander Kosarev, Alexey Kuleshov, Serguey Tetyukhin, Konstantin Ushakov, Alexey Verbov. (Coach: Gennady Shipulin)
RUS 3-1 SCG ITA 3-1 ARG USA 3-2 GRE BRA 3-0 POL
ITA 3-0 RUS (25-16, 25-17, 25-16) BRA 3-0 USA (25-16, 25-17, 25-23)
BRA 3-1 ITA (25-15, 24-26, 25-20, 25-22) [RUS 3-0 USA (25-22, 27-25, 25-16)]

Sydney 2000 top

Serbia & Montenegro Russia Italy
Vladimir Batez, Andrija Geric, Nikola Grbic, Vladimir Grbic, Slobodan Kovac, Goran Vujevic, Slobodan Boskan, Djula Mester, Vasa Mijic, Ivan Miljkovic, Veljko Petkovic, Igor Vusurovic. Alexandre Guerassimov, Alexei Kazakov, Ruslan Olikhver, Vadim Khamuttskikh, Valeri Goriouchev, Igor Choulepov, Evgueni Mitkov, Serguei Tetioukhine, Roman Iakovlev, Konstantin Ushakov, Ilia Saveliev, Alexei Koulechov. Marco Bracci, Andrea Gardini, Andrea Giani, Pasquale Gravina, Marco Meoni, Samuele Papi, Andrea Sartoretti, Paolo Tofoli, Luigi Mastrangelo, Simone Rosalba, Mirko Corsano, Alessandro Fei.
YUG 3-0 ITA (27-25, 34-32, 25-14) RUS 3-1 ARG (27-25, 32-30, 21-25, 25-11)
YUG 3-0 RUS (25-22, 25-22, 25-20) [ITA 3-0 ARG (25-16, 25-15, 25-18)]

Atlanta 1996 top

Netherlands Italy Serbia & Montenegro
Peter Blange, Markus Broere, Frank Denkers, Guido Gortzen, Rob Grabert, Henk-Jan Held, Misha Latuhihin, Reinder Nummerdor, Jan Posthuma, Brecht Rodenburg, Richard Schuil, Johannes van der Horst, Robert van Es, Bas van de Goor, Mike van de Goor, Olaf van der Meulen, Ron Zwerver. Lorenzo Bernardi, Vigor Bovolenta, Marco Bracci, Luca Cantagalli, Andrea Gardini, Andrea Giani, Pasquale Gravina, Marco Meoni, Samuele Papi, Andrea Sartoretti, Paolo Tofoli, Andrea Zorzi. Vladimir Batez, Slobodan Boskan, Dejan Brdovic, Dorde Duric, Andrija Geric, Nikola Grbic, Vladimir Grbic, Rajko Jokanovic, Slobodan Kovac, Strahinja Kozic, Dula Mester, Zarko Petrovic, Vanja Prtenjaca, Edin Skoric, Zeljko Tanaskovic, Goran Vujevic, Igor Vusurovic.
ITA 3-1 YUG (15-12, 8-15,15-6, 15-7) NED 3-0 RUS (15-6, 15-6, 15-10)
NED 3-2 ITA (15-12, 9-15, 16-14, 9-15, 17-15) [YUG 3-1 RUS (15-8, 7-15, 15-8, 15-9)]

Barcelona 1992 top

Brazil Netherlands United States
Marcelo Negrao, Jorge de Brito, Giovane Gavio, Paulo Silva, Mauricio Lima, Janelson Carvalho, Douglas Chiarotti, Antonio Gouveia, Talmo de Oliveira, Andre Ferreira, Alexandre Samuel, Amauri Ribeiro. Martin Teffer, Henk-Jan Held, Ron Boudrie, Marko Klok, Ronald Zwerver, Avital Selinger, Edwin Benne, Olof Van Der Meulen, Peter Blange, Jan Posthuma, Martin Van Der Horst, Ronald Zoodsma. Robert Ctvrtlik, Stephen Timmons, Scott Fortune, Jeffery Stork, Eric Sato, Carlos Briceno, Nick Becker, Bryan Ivie, Brent Hilliard, Robert Samuelson, Douglas Partie.
BRA 3-0 NED (15-12, 15-8, 15-5) [USA 3-1 CUB (12-15, 15-13, 15-7, 15-11)]

Seoul 1988 top

United States Soviet Union Argentina
Troy Tanner, David Saunders, Jon Root, Robert Ctvrtlik, Douglas Partie, Stephen Timmons, Craig Buck, Scott Fortune, Ricci Luyties, Jeffery Stork, Eric Sato, Charles "Karch" Kiraly. Yaroslav Antonov, Vladimir Shkourikine, Andre Kouznetsov, Evgueny Krasilnikov, Valeri Lossev, Yuri Pachenko, Igor Rounov, Iouri Sapega, Andre Sorokolet, Yuri Cherednik, Raimond Vilde, Vyacheslav Zaitsev. Daniel Castellani, Daniel Colla, Henri Conte, Juan Carlos Cuminetti, Esteban de Palma, Alejandro Dix, Waldo Kantor, Esteban Martinez, Raul Quiroga, Jon Uriarte, Carlos Weber, Claudio Zulianello.
USA 3-1 URS (13-15, 15-10, 15-4, 15-8) [ARG 3-2 BRA (15-10, 15-17, 15-8, 12-15, 15-9)]

Los Angeles 1984 top

United States Brazil Italy
Dusty Dvorak, David Saunders, Stephen Salmons, Paul Sunderland, Rich Duwelius, Stephen Timmons, Craig Buck, Marc Waldie, Chris Marlowe, Aldis Berzins, Pat Powers, Charles "Karch" Kiraly. Bernardo Rezende, Mario Xando, Oliveria Neto, Antonio Ribeiro, Jose Junior Montanaro, Ruy Campos Nascimento, Renan Dal Zotto, William Silva, Amauri Ribeiro, Marcus Freire, Domingos Lamapariello Neto, Bernard Rajzman, Fernando D'Avila. Marco Negri, Pier Paolo Lucchetta, Giancarlo Dametto, Franco Bertoli, Francesco Dall'Olio, Piero Rebaudengo, Giovanni Errichiello, Guide De Luigi, Fabio Vullo, Giovannil Lanfranco, Paolo Vecchi, Andrea Lucchetta.
USA 3-0 BRA (15-6, 15-6, 15-7) [ITA 3-0 CAN (15-11, 15-12, 15-8)]

Moscow 1980 top

Soviet Union Bulgaria Romania
Yuri Pachenko, Vyacheslav Zaitsev, Aleksandr Savin, Vladimir Dorokhov, Aleksandr Yermilov, Pavel Selivanov, Oleg Moliboga, Vladimir Kondra, Vladimir Chenyshev, Fyodor Lashchenov, Valeri Krivov, Vilyar Loor. Stoyan Counchev, Hristo Stoyanov, Dimitar Zlatanov, Dimitar Dimitrov, Petko Petkov, Mitko Todorov, Kaspar Simeonov, Emil Vulchev, Hristo Illiev, Yordon Angelov, Tsano Tsanov, Stefan Dimitrov. Carneliu Oros, Laurentiu Dumanoiu, Dan Girleanu, Nicu Stoian, Sorin Macavei, Constantin Sterea, Neculae Vasile Pop, Gunter Enescu, Valter-Korneliu Chifu, Marius Chata-Chitiga.
URS 3-1 BUL (15-7, 15-13, 14-16, 15-11) [ROM 3-1 POL (15-10, 9-15, 15-13, 15-9)]

Montreal 1976 top

Poland Soviet Union Cuba
Wlodzimiera Stefanski, Bronsilaw Bebel, Lech Lasko, Edward Skorek, Tomasz Wojtowicz, Wieslaw Gawlowski, Mieczyslaw Rybaczewski, Zbigniew Lubiejewski, Ryszard Bosek, Wlodzimierz Sadalski, Zbigniew Zarzycki, Marek Karbarz. Anatoli Polishuk, Vyacheslav Zaitsev, Efim Chulak, Vladimir Dorohov, Aleksandr Ermilov, Pavel Selivanov, Oleg Moliboga, Vladimir Kondra, Yuri Starunski, Vladimir Chernyshev, Vladimir Ulanov, Aleksandr Savin, Yuri Chesnokov, Vladimir Patkin. Leonel Marshall, Victoriano Sarmientos, Ernesto Martinez, Victor Garcia, Carlos Salas, Raul Virchs, Jesus Savigne, Lorenzo Martinez, Diego Lapera, Antonio Rodriguez, Alfredo Figueredo, Jorge Perez.
POL 3-2 URS (11-15, 15-13, 12-15, 19-17, 15-7) [CUB 3-0 JPN (15-8, 15-9, 15-8)]

Munich 1972 top

Japan East Germany Soviet Union
Katsutoshi Nekoda, Kenji Kimura, Yoshihide Fukao, Jungo Morita, Tadayoshi Yokota, Seiji Oko, Kenji Shimaoka, Yuzo Nakamura, Masayuki Minami, Tetsuo Sato, Yasuhiro Noguchi, Tetsuo Nishimoto. Arnold Schulz, Wolfgang Webner, Siegfried Schneider, Wolfgang Weise, Rudi Schumann, Eckehard Pietzsch, Wolfgang Lowe, Wolfgang Maibohm, Rainer Tscharke, Jurgen Maune, Horst Peter, Horst Hagen. Victor Borsch, Vyacheslav Domani, Vladimir Patkin, Leonid Zaiko, Yuri Starunski, Aleksandr Saprykine, Vladimir Kondra, Efim Chulak, Vladimir Poutiatov, Valeri Kravchenko, Yevgeny Lapinsky, Yuri Poyarkov.
JPN 3-1 GDR (11-15, 15-2, 15-10, 15-10) [URS 3-0 BUL (15-8, 15-11, 15-13)]

Mexico 1968 top

Soviet Union Japan Czechoslovakia
Eduard Sibiryakov, Valeri Kravchenko, Vladimir Belyayev, Yevgeny Lapinsky, Oleg Antropov, Yuri Poyarkov, Vasiliyus Matuschevas, Victor Mikhalchuk, Vladimir Ivanov, Yvan Bugayenkov, Georgy Mondzolevsky. Masayuki Minami, Katsutoshi Nekoda, Mamoru Shiragami, Isao Koizumi, Kenji Kimura, Yasuaki Mitsumori, Jungo Morita, Tadayoshi Yokata, Seiji Oko, Tetsuo Sato, Kenji Shimaoka. Antonin Prochazka, Jiri Svoboda, Lubomir Zajicek, Josef Musil, Josef Smolka, Wladimir Petlak, Petr Kop, Frantisek Sokol, Bohumil Golian, Zdenek Groessl, Pavel Schenk, Drabomir Koudelka.
Round-robin

Tokyo 1964 top

Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Japan
Yvan Buagyenkov, Nikolai Burobin, Yuri Chesnokov, Vasha Kacharava, Valeri Kalatschikhin, Vitali Kovalenko, Stanislav Lyugaylo, Georgy Mondzolevsky, Yuri Poyarkov, Eduard Sibiryakov, Yuri Vengerovsky, Dmitir Voskoboynikov. Milan Cuda, Bohumil Golian, Zdenek Humhal, Petr Kop, Josef Labuda, Josef Musil, Karel Paulus, Boris Perusic, Pavel Schenk, Vaclav Smidl, Josef Sorm, Ladislav Toman. Yutaka Demachi, Tsutomu Koyama, Sadatoshi Sugahara, Naohiro Ikeda, Yasutaka Sato, Toshiaki Kosedo, Tokihiko Higuchi, Masayuki Minami, Takeshi Tokutomi, Teruhisa Moriyama, Yuzo Nakamura, Katsutoshi Nekoda.
Round-robin

Medal Table top

Ps Country CNT GD SV BZ TOT
1. Brazil BRA 3 3 - 6
2. Soviet Union URS 3 2 1 6
3. United States USA 3 - 2 5
4. Russia RUS 1 1 2 4
5. Japan JPN 1 1 1 3
6. Netherlands NED 1 1 - 2
7. Serbia & Montenegro SCG 1 - 1 1
8. Poland POL 1 - - 1
9. Italy ITA - 3 3 6
10. Czechoslovakia TCH - 1 1 2
11. East Germany GDR - 1 - 1
. Bulgaria BUL - 1 - 1
13. Cuba CUB - - 1 1
. Romania ROU - - 1 1
. Argentina ARG - - 1 1
 
15     14 14 14 42

Individual Medal Table top

Ps Name GD SV BZ Medal Details
1. Sergio Dutra Santos, BRA 2 2 0 04 16 // 08 12 // -
2. Yuri Poyarkov, URS 2 0 1 64 68 // - // 72
. Stephen Timmons, USA 2 0 1 84 88 // - // 92
4. Georgy Mondzolevsky, URS 2 0 0 64 68 // - // -
. Eduard Sibiryakov, URS 2 0 0 64 68 // - // -
. Charles "Karch" Kiraly, USA 2 0 0 84 88 // - // -
. Craig Buck, USA 2 0 0 84 88 // - // -
. David Saunders, USA 2 0 0 84 88 // - // -
. Giovane Gavio, BRA 2 0 0 92 04 // - // -
. Mauricio Lima, BRA 2 0 0 92 04 // - // -

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