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2005 Women's South American Volleyball Championship

The 2005 Women's South American Volleyball Championship was the 26th edition of the Women's South American Volleyball Championship, organised by South America's governing volleyball body, the Confederación Sudamericana de Voleibol (CSV). It was held in La Paz, Bolivia from September 17 to 23, 2005.

2005 Women's South American Volleyball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation  Bolivia
Dates September 17–23
Teams 7
Venue(s) 1 (in La Paz host cities)
Champions  Brazil (14th title)
Tournament awards
MVP  Valeska Menezes (BRA)

Contents

TeamsEdit

Teams

  Argentina
  Bolivia
  Brazil
  Chile
  Peru
  Uruguay
  Venezuela

Competition SystemEdit

The competition system for the 2005 Women's South American Championship was a single Round-Robin system. Each team plays once against each of the 6 remaining teams with one team having a break each date. Points are accumulated during the whole tournament, and the final ranking is determined by the total points gained.

The matches were divided into 2 rounds.

Round 1: Top 3 teams (Brazil, Peru and Argentina according to FIVB Ranking) will play against the 4 remaining teams.

Round 2: Top 3 teams will play against each other, the 4 remaining teams will play against each other too.

MatchesEdit

StandingsEdit

Pts Matches Points Sets
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1   Brazil 12 6 0 450 231 1.948 18 0 MAX
2   Peru 11 5 1 424 331 1.281 15 3 5.000
3   Argentina 10 4 2 447 439 1.018 12 8 1.500
4   Venezuela 9 3 3 415 437 0.950 9 11 0.818
5   Uruguay 8 2 4 458 512 0.895 9 13 0.692
6   Bolivia 7 1 5 344 427 0.806 3 15 0.200
7   Chile 6 0 6 325 491 0.662 2 18 0.111

Round 1Edit

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
17 Sep Argentina   3–1   Uruguay 27–25 25–16 27–29 27-25   106–95
17 Sep Peru   3–0   Chile 25–19 25–16 25–11     75–46
17 Sep Bolivia   0–3   Brazil 10–25 12–25 18–25     50–75
18 Sep Brazil   3–0   Chile 25–7 25–7 25–8     75–22
18 Sep Bolivia   0–3   Peru 18–25 11–25 19–25     48–75
18 Sep Argentina   3–0   Venezuela 26–24 25–23 25–18     76–65
19 Sep Brazil   3–0   Uruguay 25–8 25–8 25–13     75–29
19 Sep Argentina   3–1   Chile 25–19 25–14 21–25 25–16   96–74
19 Sep Peru   3–0   Venezuela 25–8 25–20 25–20     75–48
20 Sep Peru   3–0   Uruguay 26–24 25–20 25–17     76–61
20 Sep Bolivia   0–3   Argentina 19–25 22–25 14–25     55–75
20 Sep Brazil   3–0   Venezuela 25–10 25–10 25–11     75–41

Round 2Edit

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
21 Sep Chile   1–3   Uruguay 22–25 25–15 20–25 17–25   84–90
21 Sep Bolivia   0–3   Venezuela 17–25 18–25 21–25     56–75
21 Sep Brazil   3–0   Argentina 25–15 25–14 25–12     75–41
22 Sep Venezuela   3–2   Uruguay 26–24 22–25 25–21 23–25 15–11 111–106
22 Sep Bolivia   3–0   Chile 25–18 25–17 25–15     75–50
22 Sep Peru   3–0   Argentina 25–20 25–15 25–18     75–53
23 Sep Venezuela   3–0   Chile 25–19 25–12 25–18     75–49
23 Sep Uruguay   3–0   Bolivia 25–18 25–17 27–25     77–60
23 Sep Brazil   3–0   Peru 25–18 25–17 25–13     75–48

Final standingEdit

Individual awardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ CSV (2005-09-23). "Brazil gana su 14vo título sudamericano" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2005-09-23.