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2004 Swatch FIVB World Tour
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Tournament details
Host nation Various
Dates March - September, 2004
Venues  (in host cities)
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The Swatch FIVB World Tour 2004 was the official international beach volleyball tour for 2004.

The USA won seven, and Brazil five, of the 12 women's tournaments, of the 2004 tour. Brazil also won nine of the 14 men's tournaments.


Grand Slam

There were three Grand Slam tournaments. These events give a higher number of points and more money than the rest of the tournaments.[1]

Tournament results



Event Gold Silver Bronze
Cearà Open United States Walsh-May Brazil Behar-Shelda Brazil Felisberta-França
Hellas Open United States Walsh-May United States McPeak-Youngs Brazil Behar-Shelda
China Jinshan Open
presented by SPC
United States McPeak-Youngs United States Jordan-Davis Brazil Behar-Shelda
Japan Open Brazil Behar-Shelda Australia Cook-Sanderson Switzerland Schnyder-Kuhn
1to1 Energy Open United States Walsh-May Brazil Behar-Shelda United States McPeak-Youngs
Smart Grand Slam Brazil Behar-Shelda Cuba Peraza-Fernández United States McPeak-Youngs
ConocoPhilips Open United States McPeak-Youngs United States Jordan-Davis United States Walsh-Wacholder
Mallorca Open Brazil Felisberta-França Germany Lahme-Müsch Czech Republic Novakoba-Celbova
World Series 13 United States Walsh-Wacholder United States Jordan-Davis Brazil Felisberta-França
A1 Grand Slam
presented by Nokia
United States Walsh-Wacholder Brazil Behar-Shelda United States Jordan-Davis
Alice Italian Open Brazil Behar-Shelda Brazil Ribeiro-Shaylyn Czech Republic Novakoba-Celbova
Banco do Brasil Open
presented by
Rio de Janeiro City Council
Brazil Ana Paula-Pires Brazil Behar-Shelda Brazil Felisberta-França


Event Gold Silver Bronze
Salvador Open Brazil Ricardo-Emanuel Switzerland Heuscher-Kobel Argentina Baracetti-Conde
South African Open Brazil Tande-Franco Brazil Ricardo-Emanuel Brazil Benjamin-Harley
Olympic Garden Open Spain Bosma-Herrera Brazil Ricardo-Emanuel Brazil Cunha-Parà
NIS Open 2004
presented by Telekom Srbija
Brazil Ricardo-Emanuel Germany Dieckmann-Reckermann Brazil Cunha-Parà
Portugal Open Brazil Ricardo-Emanuel Norway Kjemperud-Hoidalen Brazil Benjamin-Araujo
Carolina Open presented by GlaxoSmithKline Brazil Cunha-Parà Argentina Baracetti-Conde Brazil Tande-Franco
1to1 Energy Open Switzerland Heuscher-Kobel Germany Dieckmann-Reckermann Brazil Ricardo-Emanuel
Smart Grand Slam Germany Dieckmann-Reckermann Switzerland Laciga-Laciga Argentina Baracetti-Conde
ConocoPhilips Open Brazil Ricardo-Emanuel Germany Klemperer-Rademacker Brazil Tande-Franco
Spain, Open Switzerland Laciga-Laciga Switzerland Heyer-Egger Brazil Magalhães-Emilio
World Series 13 Brazil Benjamin-Araujo Switzerland Heuscher-Kobel Argentina Baracetti-Conde
Mazury Open Brazil Ricardo-Emanuel Brazil Tande-Franco Norway Kjemperud-Hoidalen
A1 Grand Slam
presented by Nokia
Brazil Ricardo-Emanuel Brazil Tande-Franco Germany Dieckmann-Scheuerpflug
Banco do Brasil Open
presented by
Rio de Janeiro City Council
Germany Dieckmann-Reckermann Switzerland Heuscher-Kobel Switzerland Heyer-Egger

Medal table by country

Position Country: Gold: Silver: Bronze: Total:
1.  Brazil 14 9 13 36
2.  United States 7 4 4 15
3.  Switzerland 2 5 2 9
4.  Germany 2 4 1 7
5.  Spain 1 1
6.  Argentina 1 3 4
7.  Norway 1 1 2
8.  Australia 1 1
8.  Cuba 1 1
10.  Czech Republic 2 2


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