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European Beach Volleyball Championships

The European Beach Volleyball Championship (or the Nestea European Championship Final) is a unisex sport competition for national teams in the sport of beach volleyball. The championship is held annually by the CEV (the European volleyball federation). Initially, in 1993, just men competed, but the following year a separate championship was held for women. The events have been combined since 1995.

Men's Tournament

History

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1993
Details

Almería,
Spain
France
Jean-Philippe Jodard
Christian Penigaud
Norway
Jan Kvalheim
Bjørn Maaseide
Italy
Andrea Ghiurghi
Dionisio Lequaglie
1994
Details

Almería,
Spain
Norway
Jan Kvalheim
Bjørn Maaseide
Spain
Santiago Aguilera
Javier Bosma
Germany
Jörg Ahmann
Axel Hager
1995
Details

Saint-Quay-Portrieux,
France
Netherlands
Marko Klok
Michiel van der Kuip
Czech Republic
Milan Džavoronok
Václav Fikar
Italy
Piero Antonini
Dionisio Lequaglie
1996
Details

Pescara,
Italy
Czech Republic
Marek Pakosta
Michal Palinek
Germany
Jörg Ahmann
Axel Hager
Italy
Andrea Ghiurghi
Nicola Grigolo
1997
Details

Riccione,
Italy
Norway
Vegard Høidalen
Jørre André Kjemperud
Norway
Jan Kvalheim
Bjørn Maaseide
Switzerland
Martin Laciga
Paul Laciga
1998
Details

Rhodos,
Greece
Switzerland
Martin Laciga
Paul Laciga
Norway
Jan Kvalheim
Bjørn Maaseide
Norway
Vegard Høidalen
Jørre André Kjemperud
1999
Details

Palma de Mallorca,
Spain
Switzerland
Martin Laciga
Paul Laciga
Spain
Javier Bosma
Fabio Díez
Norway
Jan Kvalheim
Bjørn Maaseide
2000
Details

Getxo,
Spain
Switzerland
Martin Laciga
Paul Laciga
Switzerland
Markus Egger
Sascha Heyer
Norway
Vegard Høidalen
Jørre André Kjemperud
2001
Details

Jesolo,
Italy
Switzerland
Markus Egger
Sascha Heyer
Switzerland
Martin Laciga
Paul Laciga
Norway
Vegard Høidalen
Jørre André Kjemperud
2002
Details

Basel,
Switzerland
Germany
Markus Dieckmann
Jonas Reckermann
Switzerland
Martin Laciga
Paul Laciga
Norway
Vegard Høidalen
Jørre André Kjemperud
2003
Details

Alanya,
Turkey
Austria
Nik Berger
Clemens Doppler
Germany
Markus Dieckmann
Jonas Reckermann
Switzerland
Markus Egger
Sascha Heyer
2004
Details

Timmendorfer Strand,
Germany
Germany
Markus Dieckmann
Jonas Reckermann
Switzerland
Markus Egger
Sascha Heyer
Switzerland
Patrick Heuscher
Stefan Kobel
2005
Details

Moscow,
Russia
Spain
Pablo Herrera
Raúl Mesa
Switzerland
Patrick Heuscher
Stefan Kobel
Germany
Markus Dieckmann
Jonas Reckermann
2006
Details

The Hague,
Netherlands
Germany
Julius Brink
Christoph Dieckmann
Netherlands
Jochem de Gruijter
Gijs Ronnes
Switzerland
Patrick Heuscher
Stefan Kobel
2007
Details

Valencia,
Spain
Austria
Clemens Doppler
Peter Gartmayer
Netherlands
Reinder Nummerdor
Richard Schuil
Germany
David Klemperer
Eric Koreng
2008
Details

Hamburg,
Germany
Netherlands
Reinder Nummerdor
Richard Schuil
Germany
Kay Matysik
Stefan Uhmann
Russia
Dmitri Barsouk
Igor Kolodinsky
2009
Details

Sochi,
Russia
Netherlands
Reinder Nummerdor
Richard Schuil
Austria
Florian Gosch
Alexander Horst
Spain
Adrián Gavira
Pablo Herrera
2010
Details

Berlin,
Germany
Netherlands
Reinder Nummerdor
Richard Schuil
Austria
Clemens Doppler
Matthias Mellitzer
Latvia
Mārtiņš Pļaviņš
Jānis Šmēdiņš
2011
Details

Kristiansand,
Norway
Germany
Julius Brink
Jonas Reckermann
Germany
Jonathan Erdmann
Kay Matysik
Netherlands
Reinder Nummerdor
Richard Schuil
2012
Details

Scheveningen,
Netherlands
Germany
Julius Brink
Jonas Reckermann
Netherlands
Emiel Boersma
Daan Spijkers
Norway
Tarjei Skarlund
Martin Spinnangr
2013
Details

Klagenfurt,
Austria
Spain
Adrian Gavira
Pablo Herrera
Latvia
Aleksandrs Samoilovs
Jānis Šmēdiņš
Poland
Grzegorz Fijalek
Mariusz Prudel
2014
Details

Cagliari,
Italy
Italy
Paolo Nicolai
Daniele Lupo
Latvia
Aleksandrs Samoilovs
Jānis Šmēdiņš
Austria
Clemens Doppler
Alexander Horst
2015
Details

Klagenfurt,
Austria
Latvia
Aleksandrs Samoilovs
Jānis Šmēdiņš
Italia
Ranghieri
Carambula
Netherlands
Reinder Nummerdor
Varenhorst
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 5 4 3
2   Switzerland 4 5 4
3  Netherlands 4 3 2
4  Norway 2 3 6
5  Austria, Spain 2 2 1
6  Latvia 1 2 1
7  Italy 1 1 3
8  Czech Republic 1 1
9  France 1
10  Poland, Russia 1

Women's Tournament

History

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1994
Details

Espinho,
Portugal
Germany
Beate Bühler
Danja Müsch
Czech Republic
Martina Hudcová
Dolores Storková
Italy
Cristiana Parenzan
Lucilla Perrotta
1995
Details

Saint-Quay-Portrieux,
France
Germany
Cordula Borger
Beate Paetow
Norway
Merita Berntsen
Ragni Hestad
Germany
Beate Bühler
Danja Müsch
1996
Details

Pescara,
Italy
Czech Republic
Eva Celbová
Soňa Nováková
Germany
Beate Bühler
Danja Müsch
Italy
Laura Bruschini
Annamaria Solazzi
1997
Details

Riccione,
Italy
Italy
Laura Bruschini
Annamaria Solazzi
Italy
Daniela Gattelli
Lucilla Perrotta
Czech Republic
Eva Celbová
Soňa Nováková
1998
Details

Rhodos,
Greece
Czech Republic
Eva Celbová
Soňa Nováková
Netherlands
Rebekka Kadijk
Debora Schoon-Kadijk
Italy
Laura Bruschini
Annamaria Solazzi
1999
Details

Palma de Mallorca,
Spain
Italy
Laura Bruschini
Annamaria Solazzi
France
Anabelle Prawerman
Cécile Rigaux
Czech Republic
Eva Celbová
Soňa Nováková
2000
Details

Getxo,
Spain
Italy
Laura Bruschini
Annamaria Solazzi
Germany
Danja Müsch
Jana Vollmer
Netherlands
Rebekka Kadijk
Debora Schoon-Kadijk
2001
Details

Jesolo,
Italy
Greece
Vasso Karantasiou
Effrosyni Sfyri
Switzerland
Simone Kuhn
Nicole Schnyder-Benoit
Germany
Andrea Ahmann
Ulrike Schmidt
2002
Details

Basel,
Switzerland
Italy
Daniela Gattelli
Lucilla Perrotta
Netherlands
Rebekka Kadijk
Marrit Leenstra
Czech Republic
Eva Celbová
Soňa Nováková
2003
Details

Alanya,
Turkey
Germany
Stephanie Pohl
Okka Rau
Germany
Andrea Ahmann
Jana Vollmer
Italy
Daniela Gattelli
Lucilla Perrotta
2004
Details

Timmendorfer Strand,
Germany
Switzerland
Simone Kuhn
Nicole Schnyder-Benoit
Norway
Susanne Glesnes
Kathrine Maaseide
Italy
Daniela Gattelli
Lucilla Perrotta
2005
Details

Moscow,
Russia
Greece
Vassiliki Arvaniti
Vasso Karantasiou
Netherlands
Rebekka Kadijk
Merel Mooren
Germany
Stephanie Pohl
Okka Rau
2006
Details

The Hague,
Netherlands
Russia
Alexandra Shiryayeva
Natalya Uryadova
Netherlands
Rebekka Kadijk
Merel Mooren
Norway
Nila Håkedal
Ingrid Tørlen
2007
Details

Valencia,
Spain
Greece
Vassiliki Arvaniti
Vasso Karantasiou
Germany
Sara Goller
Laura Ludwig
Norway
Nila Håkedal
Ingrid Tørlen
2008
Details

Hamburg,
Germany
Germany
Sara Goller
Laura Ludwig
Norway
Nila Håkedal
Ingrid Tørlen
Norway
Susanne Glesnes
Kathrine Maaseide
2009
Details

Sochi,
Russia
Latvia
Inese Jursone
Inguna Minusa
Germany
Sara Goller
Laura Ludwig
Switzerland
Simone Kuhn
Nadine Zumkehr
2010
Details

Berlin,
Germany
Germany
Sara Goller
Laura Ludwig
Germany
Katrin Holtwick
Ilka Semmler
Finland
Emilia Nyström
Erika Nyström
2011
Details

Kristiansand,
Norway
Italy
Greta Cicolari
Marta Menegatti
Austria
Barbara Hansel
Sara Montagnolli
Germany
Sara Goller
Laura Ludwig
2012
Details

Scheveningen,
Netherlands
Netherlands
Sanne Keizer
Marleen van Iersel
Greece
Vassiliki Arvaniti
Maria Tsiartsiani
Spain
Elsa Baquerizo
Liliana Fernández
2013
Details

Klagenfurt,
Austria
Austria
Doris Schwaiger
Stefanie Schwaiger
Spain
Elsa Baquerizo
Liliana Fernández
Germany
Laura Ludwig
Kira Walkenhorst
2014
Details

Cagliari,
Italy
Netherlands
Madelein Meppelink
Marleen van Iersel
Switzerland
Tanja Goricanec
Tanja Hüberli
Germany
Laura Ludwig
Kira Walkenhorst
2015
Details

Klagenfurt,
Austria
Germany
Laura Ludwig
Kira Walkenhorst
Russia
Evgenia Ukolova
Ekaterina Birlova
Poland
Kinga Kołosińska
Monika Brzostek
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 6 6 6 18
2  Italy 5 1 5 11
3  Greece 3 1 4
4  Netherlands 2 4 1 7
5  Czech Republic 2 1 3 6
6   Switzerland 1 2 1 4
7  Austria, Russia 1 1 2
8  Latvia 1 1
9  Norway 3 3 6
10  Spain 1 1 2
11  France 1 1
12  Finland,  Poland 1 1

References

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