2005 Beach Volleyball World Championships

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These page shows the results of the Beach Volleyball World Championships , held 21–26 June 2005 in Berlin, Germany. It was the fifth official edition of this event, after ten unofficial championships (1987–1996) all held in Rio de Janeiro.

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Men's competition

Final ranking

Rank AthletesSeed
Flag of Brazil.svg  Márcio Araújo and Fábio Luiz Magalhães  (BRA)2
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Sascha Heyer and Paul Laciga  (SUI)8
Flag of Germany.svg  Julius Brink and Kjell Schneider  (GER)13
4.Flag of Germany.svg  Marvin Polte and Thorsten Schön  (GER)43
5.Flag of Estonia.svg  Kristjan Kais and Rivo Vesik  (EST)17
Flag of Cuba.svg  Francisco Alvarez and Oney Ramírez  (CUB)31
7.Flag of Argentina.svg  Martin Conde and José Salema  (ARG)10
Flag of the United States.svg  Phil Dalhausser and Todd Rogers  (USA)26
9.Flag of Brazil.svg  Benjamin Insfran and Harley Marques  (BRA)4
Flag of Germany.svg  Markus Dieckmann and Jonas Reckermann  (GER)5
Flag of Russia.svg  Roman Arkaev and Dmitri Barsouk  (RUS)14
Flag of Canada.svg  Conrad Leinemann and Rich VanHuizen  (CAN)28
13.Flag of Brazil.svg  Franco Neto and Tande Ramos  (BRA)3
Flag of Germany.svg  Christoph Dieckmann and Andreas Scheuerpflug  (GER)7
Flag of Norway.svg  Iver Horrem and Bard-Inge Pettersen  (NOR)18
Flag of the United States.svg  Jake Gibb and Stein Metzger  (USA)38
17.Flag of Brazil.svg  Emanuel Rego and Ricardo Santos  (BRA)1
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Markus Egger and Martin Laciga  (SUI)6
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Patrick Heuscher and Stefan Kobel  (SUI)9
Flag of Norway.svg  Jørre Kjemperud and Tarjei Skarlund  (NOR)12
Flag of the United States.svg  Dain Blanton and Kevin Wong  (USA)22
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Emiel Boersma and Richard Kogel  (NED)32
Flag of Norway.svg  Martin Engvik and Kjell Göranson  (NOR)34
Flag of Portugal.svg  João Brenha and Miguel Maia  (POR)48
25.Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jochem de Gruijter and Gijs Ronnes  (NED)15
Flag of Austria.svg  Nikolas Berger and Clemens Doppler  (AUT)19
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Linyin Xu and Qiang Xu  (CHN)20
Flag of Germany.svg  David Klemperer and Eric Koreng  (GER)21
Flag of Austria.svg  Peter Gartmayer and Robert Nowotny  (AUT)27
Flag of Spain.svg  Juan García Thompson and Javier Luna  (ESP)35
Flag of New Zealand.svg  Jason Lochhead and Kirk Pitman  (NZL)41
Flag of Japan.svg  Kentaro Asahi and Satoshi Watanabe  (JPN)44
33.Flag of Australia.svg  Andrew Schacht and Josh Slack  (AUS)11
Flag of Spain.svg  Pablo Herrera and Raul Mesa  (ESP)16
Flag of Argentina.svg  Mariano Baracetti and Pedro Depiaggio  (ARG)23
Flag of Australia.svg  Julien Prosser and Brett Richardson  (AUS)24
Flag of Canada.svg  John Child and Mark Heese  (CAN)25
Flag of Puerto Rico.svg  Ramón Hernández and Raul Papaleo  (PUR)29
Flag of Cuba.svg  Juan Rossell and Wilfredo Villar  (CUB)30
Flag of Norway.svg  Vegard Hoidalen and Terje Øvergaard  (NOR)33
Flag of Germany.svg  Daniel Krug and Mischa Urbatzka  (GER)36
Flag of Germany.svg  Thomas Kroger and Niklas Rademacher  (GER)37
Flag of Canada.svg  Ahren Cadieux and Miguel Domingo  (CAN)39
Flag of Sweden.svg  Björn Berg and Robert Svensson  (SWE)40
Flag of France.svg  Stéphane Canet and Mathieu Hamel  (FRA)42
Flag of Japan.svg  Taichi Morikawa and Katsuhiro Shiratori  (JPN)45
Flag of Austria.svg  Florian Gosch and Bernhard Strauss  (AUT)46
Flag of France.svg  Kevin Ces and Julien Dugrip  (FRA)47

Women's competition

Final ranking

Rank AthletesSeed
Flag of the United States.svg  Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh  (USA)19
Flag of Brazil.svg  Juliana Felisberta and Larissa França  (BRA)1
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Tian Jia and Wang Fei  (CHN)5
4.Flag of Cuba.svg  Dalixia Fernández and Tamara Larrea  (CUB)13
5.Flag of Brazil.svg  Shelda Bede and Adriana Behar  (BRA)2
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Wang Lu and Li Ying  (CHN)26
7.Flag of the United States.svg  Rachel Wacholder and Elaine Youngs  (USA)3
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Rebekka Kadijk and Merel Mooren  (NED)15
9.Flag of Brazil.svg  Ana Paula Connelly and Leila Barros  (BRA)4
Flag of Germany.svg  Stephanie Pohl and Okka Rau  (GER)6
Flag of Greece.svg  Vassiliki Arvaniti and Vasso Karadassiou  (GRE)8
Flag of Greece.svg  Efthalia Koutroumanidou and Maria Tsiartsiani  (GRE)23
13.Flag of Germany.svg  Susanne Lahme and Danja Müsch  (GER)9
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Simone Kuhn and Lea Schwer  (SUI)11
Flag of Germany.svg  Rieke Brink-Abeler and Hella Jurich  (GER)12
Flag of Cuba.svg  Milagros Crespo and Imara Esteves  (CUB)13
17.Flag of Brazil.svg  Agatha Bednarczuk and Sandra Pires  (BRA)7
Flag of France.svg  Ethel-Julie Arjona and Virginie Kadjo  (FRA)16
Flag of Norway.svg  Nila Håkedal and Ingrid Tørlen  (NOR)17
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Sanne Keizer and Marrit Leenstra  (NED)22
Flag of Canada.svg  Marie-Andrée Lessard and Sarah Maxwell  (CAN)37
Flag of Mexico.svg  Mayra García and Hilda Gaxiola  (MEX)41
Flag of Germany.svg  Helke Claasen and Antje Roder  (GER)47
Flag of Germany.svg  Sara Goller and Laura Ludwig  (GER)48
25.Flag of Italy.svg  Daniela Gattelli and Lucilla Perrotta  (ITA)10
Flag of Australia.svg  Angela Clarke and Kylie Gerlic  (AUS)18
Flag of Italy.svg  Laura Bruschini and Diletta Lunardi  (ITA)21
Flag of Canada.svg  Guylaine Dumont and Caroline Fiset  (CAN)6
Flag of Australia.svg  Natalie Cook and Summer Lochowicz  (AUS)29
Flag of France.svg  Tatiana Barerra and Eva Hamzaoui  (FRA)6
Flag of Germany.svg  Ines Pianka and Jana Vollmer  (GER)35
Flag of Germany.svg  Mika Teru Saiki and Ryo Tokuno  (GER)6
33.Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Lina Yanchulova and Petia Yanchulova  (BUL)14
Flag of the United States.svg  Jennifer Boss and Holly McPeak  (USA)6
Flag of Austria.svg  Sara Montagnolli and Sabine Swoboda  (AUT)24
Flag of Japan.svg  Chiaki Kusuhara and Satoko Urata  (JPN)25
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Hu Xiaoyan and Zhang Xi  (CHN)28
Flag of Finland.svg  Emilia Nyström and Erika Nyström  (FIN)30
Flag of Norway.svg  Kathrine Maaseide and Kristine Wiig  (NOR)33
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Nadia Erni and Karin Trussel  (SUI)34
Flag of Canada.svg  Annie Martin and Marie-Christine Pruneau  (CAN)36
Flag of Spain.svg  Nadia Campisi and Clara Lozano  (ESP)39
Flag of Spain.svg  Ester Alcón and Olena Zalubovskaya  (ESP)40
Flag of Austria.svg  Chrisi Gschweidl and Barbara Hansel  (AUT)42
Flag of Spain.svg  Julia Mandana and Catalina Pol  (ESP)43
Flag of Austria.svg  Doris Schwaiger and Stefanie Schwaiger  (AUT)44
Flag of Italy.svg  Nicoletta Luciani and Annamaria Solazzi  (ITA)45
Flag of Japan.svg  Eiko Koizumi and Shinako Tanaka  (JPN)46

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