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2000 Women's Volleyball Olympic Qualifier

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2000 Women's Volleyball Olympic Qualifier

The 2000 FIVB Women's World Olympic Qualification Tournament was played by eight countries to determine the last four competing teams for the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. The tournament was held in Tokyo, Japan from June 17 to June 25, 2000. The top-four teams advance to the Olympic Games with one berth guaranteed for an Asian country.

Teams

Round robin

  • Saturday 2000-06-17
Italy  3–2  Netherlands (22-25 19-25 25-19 25-23 15-4)
South Korea  3–0  Croatia (25-16 25-18 25-20)
China  3–0  Canada (25-18 25-13 25-13)
Japan  3–1  Argentina (30-32 25-17 25-22 25-14)
  • Sunday 2000-06-18
Netherlands  3–0  China (25-22 25-20 25-20)
Italy  3–0  South Korea (25-10 26-24 28-26)
Croatia  3–0  Argentina (25-19 25-15 25-12)
Japan  3–0  Canada (25-18 25-16 25-15)
  • Monday 2000-06-19
Argentina  0–3  South Korea (20-25 18-25 20-25)
Italy  3–1  China (32-30 23-25 25-19 25-19)
Canada  0–3  Croatia (21-25 18-25 20-25)
Japan  3–1  Netherlands (18-25 25-21 25-22 25-20)
  • Wednesday 2000-06-21
Argentina  0–3  Italy (21-25 22-25 18-25)
Croatia  3–2  Netherlands (116-25 25-18 20-25 25-22 15-10)
South Korea  3–0  Canada (25-15 25-18 25-17)
China  3–1  Japan (23-25 31-29 25-17 25-20)
  • Thursday 2000-06-22
Argentina  3–2  Canada (25-20 28-30 25-22 22-25 15-13)
China  3–2  Croatia (23-25 25-16 21-25 25-19 15-10)
Netherlands  1–3  South Korea (19-25 22-25 25-16 20-25)
Italy  3–0  Japan (25-22 25-19 25-13)
  • Saturday 2000-06-24
Italy  3–0  Canada (25-12 25-19 25-16)
China  3–2  South Korea (25-21 18-25 23-25 25-18 15-7)
Netherlands  3–1  Argentina (26-28 25-22 25-23 25-18)
Croatia  3–2  Japan (26-28 23-25 25-20 28-26 15-9)
  • Sunday 2000-06-25
Argentina  0–3  China (17-25 11-25 17-25)
Netherlands  3–0  Canada (25-17 25-20 26-24)
Croatia  3–1  Italy (19-25 25-22 25-21 25-22)
South Korea  3–1  Japan (21-25 25-21 25-18 25-23)

Final ranking

Rk Team Points Won Lost SW SL Ratio PW PL Ratio
1  Italy 13 6 1 19 6 3.166 1.198
2  South Korea 12 5 2 17 8 2.125 1.092
3  Croatia 12 5 2 17 11 1.545 1.041
4  China 12 5 2 16 11 1.454 1.132
5  Netherlands 10 3 4 15 13 1.154 1.028
6  Japan 10 3 4 13 14 0.928 0.998
7  Argentina 8 1 6 5 20 0.250 0.813
8  Canada 7 0 7 2 21 0.095 0.742
  • South Korea is counted as The Asian Continental Qualification Tournament Champion since it is the best Asian team except the winner.
  • It was the first time Japan would not play in the Olympics since volleyball became official at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

Awards

References

  • Results

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