Archive for September 2018

First Trans Player In Brazil’s League, Tifanny Is Running For Congress

Tifanny really became a prominent public figure in Brazil after she broke into the country’s professional volleyball scene

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Argentina’s Coach Julio Velasco Rips WCH Draw Format

Argentina will debut at the WCH against Belgium on September, 12. It will then go on to play against Italy, Japan, The Dominican Republic, and Slovenia.

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Poland’s Skra Belchatow Will Host The 2018 FIVB Men’s Club WCH

The 18th edition of the tournament will be held in Poland for the second year in a row, as it was hosted by Zaksa in 2017, a nice change of pace since Qatar and Brazil hosted it for 8 years straight before that.

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The Return of Malova: Former Russian Champion Joins Uralochka-NMTK

Former Russian Champion Anna Malova signs with Uralochka in her return to professional volleyball.

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Possible Junior, Youth, & Beach Pan American Games on the Horizon

Three new Games initiatives are being discussed at the Pan Am Sports General Assembly taking place this week, one of which is a Junior version of the Pan American Games.

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Pomi Casalmaggiore Signs Cuban Star Kenia Carcaces

Kenia is a 5x Cuban champion, as well as a 2x Swiss champion. At Pomi, she’ll find a team that has made it clear to everyone this transfer window that it does not intend to repeat its last season’s fate, which almost saw the team, one of Italy’s finest, get relegated from the A1 league.

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Superstar Abdel-Aziz Talks About The Netherland’s Chances At The WCH

If you were a fan of volleyball in the 90’s, then you remember a Dutch male squad that completely dominated the sport, which culminated with gold medals at the 1996 Olympic Games and 1997 European Championship, in addition to many more podium finishes in other high-profile competitions.

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The VolleyMob Pod #9 – with Indiana HC Steve Aird

Indiana head coach Steve Aird joins The VolleyMob Pod for the ninth edition.

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Marquette’s Barber, Creighton’s Winters Grab Big East Week 3 Honors

Marquette’s Allie Barber wins BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week for the second time this season after helping the Golden Eagles take down No. 10 USC.

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