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1995 FIVB Women's World Cup

1995 Women's World Cup
Tournament details
Host nation Japan
Dates November 03–17
Teams 12
Venues  (in 4 host cities)
Champions  Cuba (3rd title)
MVP Mireya Luis
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The Atlanta, Georgia 1996.

Teams

Squads

First round

Ranking

Rk Team Points Won Lost SW SL Ratio PW PL Ratio
1  Cuba 22 11 0 33 3 11.000 1.805
2  Brazil 21 10 1 30 4 7.500 2.000
3  China 19 8 3 24 14 1.710 1.419
4  Croatia 18 7 4 27 15 1.800 1.234
5  South Korea 17 6 5 24 16 1.600 1.304
6  Japan 17 6 5 22 16 1.376 1.217
7  United States 17 6 5 19 18 1.055 1.112
8  Netherlands 17 6 5 19 19 1.000 1.103
9  Canada 14 3 8 11 24 0.458 0.740
10  Peru 13 2 9 7 27 0.259 0.514
11  Kenya 12 1 10 3 30 0.100 0.323
12  Egypt 11 0 11 0 33 0.000 0.259

Final ranking

Individual awards






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