Official Beach Volleyball results from the Beijing 2008 Olympics. Full list of gold, silver and bronze medallists as well as photos and videos of medal-winning moments.
Find out who took home gold, silver and bronze in 2008. Official results of the beach-volleyball Beach volleyball women event at the Beijing Summer Olympics.
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The women's beach volleyball tournament at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing was held from August 9 to August 21, at the Beach Volleyball Ground at Chaoyang Park.. Each of the 24 pairs in the tournament was placed in one of six groups of four teams apiece, and played a round-robin within that pool.
The men's Olympic beach volleyball tournament at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing took place at the Beach Volleyball Ground at Chaoyang Park from August 9 to August 22. Each of the 24 pairs in the tournament was placed in one of six groups of four teams apiece, and played a round-robin within that pool. The top two teams in each pool advanced to the Round of 16. The six third-place teams were ranked against each other, with ties being broken by the ratio of points won to lost. The best two ad
Beach Volleyball - Women's Beach Volleyball Results: August 20: Gold: United States (Kerri Walsh Jennings, Misty May-Treanor) Silver: China (Tian Jia, Wang Jie) Bronze: China (Zhang Xi, Xu Chen) 4
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Who won the 2008 Beach Volleyball Olympics? A day earlier during a steady rain storm at Chaoyang Park Beach Volleyball Ground, second-seeded Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh won the womenâ€™s gold medal for Beach Volleyball at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games by defeating top-seeded Jia Tian and Jie Wang of China 21-18 and 21-18.
See as two of the big hitters fight it out for a much coveted spot in the final of the women's beach volleyball at the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympic Games.http...
Lausanne, August 4, 2008 - After nearly 15 months of competition featuring men's and women's qualifying for the 2008 Olympics, the SWATCH FIVB World Tour will take a break for three weeks as the world's top Beach Volleyball players head for the Beijing Summer Games. With the completion of the sixth and final SWATCH FIVB World Tour Grand Slam event on the 2008 calendar this past weekend in Austria, the international Beach Volleyball community now focuses on the Beijing competition starting ...