FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour

Olsztyn Grand Slam | 25 - 30 August 2015

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EVENT'S SCHEDULE

 

 

Qualification Tournament

Date/ Time Location

Men

Women

Arrival Qualification teams

25.08.2015

24.08.2015

Preliminary Inquiry Qualification teams

25.08 - 19h00 - 20h00

24.08 - 19h - 20h00

Technical Meeting Qualification teams

25.08 - 20h00

24.08 - 20h00

Qualification tournament

26.08

25.08

Departure of eliminated teams

27.08

26.08

 

Main Draw Tournament

Date/ Time/ Location

Men

Women

Arrival of Main Draw teams

26.08

25.08

Preliminary Inquiry

26.08 - 19h - 20h

25.08 - 19h -20h

Technical Meeting

26.08 - 20h

25.08 - 20:h

Pool play matches (start – end)

27-28.08

26-27.08

Departure of eliminated teams

29.08

28.08

Round of 24 matches (start – end)

29.08

28-29.08

Departure of eliminated teams

30.08

29.08

8th (quarter) Final Matches

29.08

28.08

Departure of eliminated teams

30.08

29.08

Semi-Final matches (start – end)

30.08 (tbc)

29.08 (tbc)

Final matches and awarding ceremonies (start – end)

30.08 (tbc)

29.08 (tbc)

Departure of athletes

31.08

30.08

 

  

EVENT's REGULATIONS

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Competition Format

 

FIVB World Tour Grand Slam is composed of the following phases:

 

– Continental Quota Playoff (if any)

– Country Quota Playoff (if any)

– Qualification Tournament (applicable only for FIVB World Tour events)

– Main Draw Tournament

 

Country Quota Playoff is played with a maximum of six (6) same country teams in a Single Elimination format, in case and NF has entered more teams than available NF spots in the Qualification Tournament at the time the Confirmed NF Entry List is issued.

 

The Qualification Tournament is played in a Single Elimination format with a maximum of thirty-two (32) teams, after Country Quota calculations.

 

The Main Draw Tournament of each gender is made up of 32 teams and is played through a:

- first phase of eight (8) pools of four (4) teams each (Round Robin);

- second phase with twenty-four (24) teams playing in a Single Elimination format (the losers of the semifinal matches will play the bronze medal match, while the winners of the semifinal matches will play the gold medal match).

 

From the Round Robin phase the 1st, 2nd and 3rd ranked teams from each pool will advance to the Single Elimination phase (total: twenty-four (24) teams).