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List of FIVB World Tour Points Champions, Past Winners: History.

All-Time FIVB World Tour Points (Men's, Women's) Champions, Past Winners:  History.





The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour is the worldwide professional beach volleyball tour for both men and women organized by the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB).
It is also called a Beach Volleyball Swat World Tour due to Sponsorship reason.

The Men's Volleyball World Tour was inaugurated in 1989 while the women first competed in 1992.





FIVB, beach Volleyball, World Tour, Men's, Women's, points, Champions, Previous, Winners, results, History, list, by year.





Under the current FIVB Volleyball World Tour system, the tournaments are ranked from  5-star tournaments, eight 4-star, six 3-star, seven 2-star, twenty-two 1-star events offering the most prize money. And now there are 47 Tours tournaments in FIVB World Tour 2018.

The FIVB conducts the Beach Volleyball World Tour Finals at the end of the season.

 The FIVB also organizes the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships every two years, held since 1997.



 In Men's team, Brazilian Emanuel – Ricardo has won the Most World Tour titles with 5 times,  while in the Women's team Brazilian Larissa – Juliana has won the Most 7 World Tour titles.


In Men's team, Brazilian Emanuel – Ricardo has won the Most Tournament titles with 34 times,  while in the Women's team Brazilian Larissa – Juliana has won the Most Tournament titles with 45 times.



2017 FIVB World Tour Finals champions are  Evandro – André, Brazil (Men) while the Women winners are Brazilian Larissa – Talita.







Here is the full breakdown, A List of All-time FIVB World Tour Finals champions, winners on points & past results by year.




Men's FIVB World Tour Points Champions List by Year.


Tour Champions

1989  -   Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos (USA)

1990  -   Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos (USA)

1991  -   Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos (USA)

1992  -   Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos (USA)

1993  -   Roberto Lopes and Franco Neto (BRA)

1994  -   Jan Kvalheim and Bjørn Maaseide (NOR)

1995  -   Roberto Lopes and Franco Neto (BRA)

1996  -   Zé Marco de Melo and Emanuel Rego (BRA)

1997  -   Zé Marco de Melo and Emanuel Rego (BRA)

1998  -   Rogério Ferreira and Guilherme Marques (BRA)

1999  -   José Loiola and Emanuel Rego (BRA)

2000  -   Zé Marco de Melo and Ricardo Santos (BRA)

2001  -   Tande Ramos and Emanuel Rego (BRA)

2002  -   Mariano Baracetti and Martín Conde (ARG)

2003  -   Emanuel Rego and Ricardo Santos (BRA)

2004  -   Emanuel Rego and Ricardo Santos (BRA)

2005  -   Emanuel Rego and Ricardo Santos (BRA)

2006  -   Emanuel Rego and Ricardo Santos (BRA)

2007  -   Emanuel Rego and Ricardo Santos (BRA)

2008  -  Harley Marques and Pedro Solberg Salgado (BRA)

2009  -   Julius Brink and Jonas Reckermann (GER)

2010  -   Phil Dalhausser and Todd Rogers (USA)

2011   -   Alison Cerutti and Emanuel Rego (BRA)

2012  -   Jake Gibb and Sean Rosenthal (USA)

2013  -   Aleksandrs Samoilovs and Jānis Šmēdiņš (LAT)

2014  -   Aleksandrs Samoilovs and Jānis Šmēdiņš (LAT)

2015  -   Alison Cerutti and Bruno Oscar Schmidt (BRA)

2016  -   Aleksandrs Samoilovs and Jānis Šmēdiņš (LAT)

2017  -   Evandro Oliveira and André Stein (BRA)

2018  -  ...

2019

2020







Women's FIVB World Tour Points Champions List by Year.





Tour Champions

1992  -   Karolyn Kirby and Nancy Reno (USA)

1993  -   Karolyn Kirby and Liz Masakayan (USA)

1994  -   Mônica Rodrigues and Adriana Samuel (BRA)

1995  -   Sandra Pires and Jackie Silva (BRA)

1996  -   Sandra Pires and Jackie Silva (BRA)

1997  -   Adriana Behar and Shelda Bede (BRA)

1998  -   Adriana Behar and Shelda Bede (BRA)

1999  -   Adriana Behar and Shelda Bede (BRA)

2000  -   Adriana Behar and Shelda Bede (BRA)

2001  -   Adriana Behar and Shelda Bede (BRA)

2002  -   Misty May and Kerri Walsh (USA)

2003  -   Ana Paula Connelly and Sandra Pires (BRA)

2004  -   Adriana Behar and Shelda Bede (BRA)

2005  -   Larissa França and Juliana Silva (BRA)

2006  -   Larissa França and Juliana Silva (BRA)

2007  -   Larissa França and Juliana Silva (BRA)

2008  -   Shelda Bede and Ana Paula Connelly (BRA)

2009  -   Larissa França and Juliana Silva (BRA)

2010  -   Larissa França and Juliana Silva (BRA)

2011  -   Larissa França and Juliana Silva (BRA)

2012  -   Larissa França and Juliana Silva (BRA)

2013  -   Talita Antunes and Taiana Lima (BRA)

2014  -   Maria Elisa Antonelli and Juliana Silva (BRA)

2015  -   Ágatha Bednarczuk and Bárbara Seixas (BRA)

2016  -   Laura Ludwig and Kira Walkenhorst (GER)

2017  -   Talita Antunes and Larissa França (BRA)

2018  -  ...

2019

2020






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