Volleymob ranks the teams to watch out for in this year’s EuroVolley
Teams from four countries will vie for the Qinzou Three Star women’s medals late Wednesday night/early Thursday morning ET. Italy’s Marta Menegatti/Viktoria Orsi Toth, Americans Kelly Claes/Sarah Sponcil, Russia’s No. 7 Ekaterina Birlova/Evgenia Ukolova and Brazil’s No. 16 Ana Patricia Silva Ramos/Rebecca Cavalcanti Barbosa Silva make up the final four.
With the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship coming up on Saturday September 29th in Rome, Italy and Varna, Bulgaria,…
Belgium ranked 13th in the world, stumbled at last year’s European Championships, which has left them in the second-chance tournament to earn a spot for the 2019 edition.
With a $150,000 check on the line for the champion and just 10 teams vying for the title, take a look at the women’s field, which includes teams from seven nations, including two each from Brazil, Germany and Canada and Americans Summer Ross/Sara Hughes.
The European Championships podium will be filled with new faces on the women’s side, meanwhile the defending silver and bronze medalists on the men’s side are still in play.
After two days of pool play, the women’s field is down to 24 teams, while the men are set to wrap up pool action on Thursday at the CEV European Beach Championships.
Who will win Europe’s most coveted volleyball crown?
The 10,000 seat Polyvalent Hall in Bucharest, Romania will play host to the Final 4 of the 2018 CEV European Women’s Champions League this weekend.
Over the weekend a number of snow volleyball competitions unfolded, crowning the Aremenian/Lithuanian teams for the first-ever CEV Snow Volleyball European Championship.