20-Year Medal Race : Indoor & Outdoor

Olympic indoor + beach medal winners 1996-2016

Brazil 21 medals (8 indoor, 13 beach)

1996 women’s indoor (bronze); women’s beach (Sandra Pires-Jackie Silva, gold); women’s beach (Monica Rodrigues-Adriana Samuel, silver)

2000 women’s indoor (bronze); women’s beach (Shelda Bede-Adriana Behar, silver); women’s beach (Sandra Pires-Adriana Samuel, bronze);
men’s beach (ZeMarco de Melo-Ricardo Santos, silver)

2004 men’s indoor (gold); men’s beach (Emanuel Rego-Ricardo Santos, gold); women’s beach (Shelda Bede-Adriana Behar, silver)

2008 women’s indoor (gold); men’s indoor (silver); men’s beach (Marcio Araujo-Fabio Luiz Magalhaes, silver); men’s beach (Emanuel Rego-Ricardo Santos, bronze)

2012 men’s indoor (silver); women’s indoor (gold); men’s beach (Alison Cerutti-Emanuel Rego, silver); women’s beach (Larissa Franca-Juliana Silva, bronze)

2016 men’s indoor (gold); women’s beach (Agatha Bednarczuk and Barbara Sexes, silver); men’s beach (Alison Cerutti-Bruno Oscar Schmidt, gold).

United States 15 medals (5 indoor, 10 beach)

1996 men’s beach (Karch Kiraly-Kent Steffes, gold); men’s beach (Mike Dodd-Mike Whitmarsh, silver)

2000 men’s beach (Dain Blanton-Eric Fonoimoana, gold)

2004 women’s beach (Misty May-Kerri Walsh, gold); women’s beach (Holly McPeak-Elaine Youngs, bronze)

2008 women’s indoor (silver); men’s indoor (gold); women’s beach (Misty May-Treanor-Kerri Walsh, gold); men’s beach (Todd Rogers-Phil Dalhausser, gold)

2012 women’s indoor (silver); women’s beach (Misty May-Treanor-Kerri Walsh Jennings, gold); women’s beach (Jennifer Kessy-April Ross, silver)

2016 women’s indoor (bronze); men’s indoor (bronze); women’s beach (Kerri Walsh Jennings-April Ross, bronze).

 

 China  6 medals (4 indoor, 2 beach)

1996 women’s indoor (silver)

2004 women’s indoor (gold)

2008 women’s indoor (bronze); women’s beach (Tian Jia-Wang Jie, silver);
women’s beach (Xue Chen-Zhang Xi, bronze)

2016 women’s indoor (gold).


Italy
  6 medals (5 indoor, 1 beach)

1996 men’s indoor (silver)

2000 men’s indoor (bronze)

2004 men’s indoor (silver)

2012 men’s indoor (bronze)

2016 men’s indoor (silver); men’s beach (Daniele Lupo, silver).


Russia
  6 medals (6 indoor)

2000 women’s indoor (silver); men’s indoor (silver)

2004 men’s indoor (bronze); women’s indoor (silver)

2008 men’s indoor (bronze)

2012 men’s indoor (gold).


Cuba
3 medals (3 indoor)

1996 women’s indoor (gold)

2000 women’s indoor (gold)

2004 women’s indoor (bronze)


Germany
  3 medals (3 beach)

2000 men’s beach (Jorg Ahmann-Axel Hager, bronze)

2012 men’s beach (Julius Brink-Jonas Reckermann, gold)

2016 women’s beach (Laura Ludwig-Kira Walkenhorst, gold)


Australia
  2 medals (2 beach)

1996 women’s beach (Natalie Cook-Kerri Pottharst, bronze)

2000 women’s beach (Natalie Cook-Kerri Pottharst, gold)


Netherlands
2 medals (1 indoor, 1 beach)

1996 men’s indoor (gold)

2016 men’s beach (Robert Meeuwsen-Alexander Brouwer, bronze)


Yugoslavia
  2 medals (2 indoor)

1996 men’s indoor (bronze)

2000 men’s indoor (gold)


Japan
 –
1 medal (1 indoor)

2012 women’s indoor (bronze)


Canada
  1 medal (1 beach)

1996 men’s beach (John Child-Mark Heese, bronze)


Latvia
  1 medal (1 beach)

2012 men’s beach (Martins Plavins-Janis Smedins, bronze)


Serbia
1 medal (1 indoor)

2016 women’s indoor (silver).


Spain
1 medal (1 beach)

2004 men’s beach (Javier Bosma-Pablo Herrera, silver)


Switzerland
1 medal (1 beach)

2004 men’s beach (Patrick Heuscher-Stefan Kobel, bronze)

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