Beach volleyball is an optional sport at the quadrennial Commonwealth Games.[1] It first appeared at the 2018 Games with both men's and women's contests. It is scheduled to be held for the second time at the 2022 Games[2] and a third time at the 2026 Games.[3]

Venues

Men's tournament

Results

Year Host Gold medal match Bronze medal match Teams
Gold medalists Score Silver medalists Bronze medalists Score 4th place
2018
Details
Australia
Gold Coast
Australia
Christopher McHugh
and Damien Schumann
2–1 Canada
Sam Pedlow
and Sam Schachter
New Zealand
Ben O'Dea
and Sam O'Dea
2–0 England
Chris Gregory
and Jake Sheaf
12
2022
Details
England
Birmingham
12
2026Details AustraliaGeelong

Performance by nation

Nation Australia
2018
(12)
England
2022
(12)
Years
 Australia 1st Q 1
 Canada 2nd Q 1
 Cyprus QF Q 1
 England 4th Q 2
 Fiji GS - 1
 Maldives - Q 1
 Mozambique GS - 1
 New Zealand 3rd Q 1
 Rwanda - Q 1
 Saint Kitts and Nevis GS Q 1
 Scotland QF - 1
 Sierra Leone QF - 1
 South Africa - Q 1
 Sri Lanka GS Q 1
 Gambia - Q 1
 Trinidad and Tobago QF - 1
 Tuvalu - Q 1
Total 12 12 24

Legend

Women's tournament

Results

Year Host Gold medal match Bronze medal match Teams
Gold medalists Score Silver medalists Bronze medalists Score 4th place
2018
Details
Australia
Gold Coast
Canada
Melissa Humana-Paredes
and Sarah Pavan
2–0 Australia
Mariafe Artacho del Solar
and Taliqua Clancy
Vanuatu
Linline Matauatu
and Miller Pata
2–0 Cyprus
Manolina Konstantinou
and Mariota Angelopoulou
12
2022
Details
England
Birmingham
12
2026Details AustraliaGeelong

Performance by nation

Nation Australia
2018
(12)
England
2022
(12)
Years
 Australia 2nd Q 1
 Canada 1st Q 1
 Cyprus 4th Q 1
 England QF Q 2
 Fiji GS - 1
 Ghana - Q 1
 Grenada GS - 1
 Kenya - Q 1
 New Zealand QF Q 1
 Rwanda QF - 1
 Scotland QF Q 1
 Singapore GS - 1
 Solomon Islands - Q 1
 Sri Lanka - Q 1
 Trinidad and Tobago GS Q 1
 Vanuatu 3rd Q 1
Total 12 12 24

Legend

All-time medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Australia (AUS)1102
 Canada (CAN)1102
3 New Zealand (NZL)0011
 Vanuatu (VAN)0011
Totals (4 nations)2226

See also

References

  1. ^ "Constitutional Documents of the Commonwealth Games Federation" (PDF). thecgf.com. Retrieved 18 September 2021.
  2. ^ "Birmingham 2022 Medal Event Programme" (PDF). birmingham2022.com. Retrieved 18 September 2021.
  3. ^ Juanola, Marta Pascual (2022-04-12). "Victoria to host 2026 Commonwealth Games". The Age. Retrieved 2022-04-12.