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Meeuwsen (left) and Brouwer celebrate a point during their World Championships win in 2013
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Leading the teams qualified for the 2019 World Championships are Brazil and the United States with four berths per gender. Germany secured six berths for Hamburg as it prepares to host the event.
Other countries with multiple entries are Russia with six teams (four men and two women), Canada with five pairs (two men and three women), Australia (one men and two women), China (three women), Latvia (two men and one women), the Netherlands (one men and two women), Poland (two men and one women) and Switzerland (one men and two women) with three tandems each.
Nations with two teams scheduled to participate in the 2019 FIVB World Championships in Germany are Argentina (one men and one women), Austria (two men), Chile (two men), Cuba (one men and one women), the Czech Republic (one men and one women), Italy (one men and one women), Japan (one men and one women), Mexico (one men and one women), Qatar (two men), Rwanda (one men and one women), Spain (one men and one women) and Uruguay (one men and one women).
Countries with one team each qualifying for the Hamburg World Championships are Belgium (one men), Colombia (one women), Egypt (one women), Finland (one women), Iran (one men), Mauritius (one women), Morocco (one men), Mozambique (one men), Nicaragua (one women), Nigeria (one women), Norway (one men), Paraguay (one women), Sierra Leone (one men), the Slovak Republic (one women) and Venezuela (one men).
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