Asian Volleyball

Chinese Player Hui Ruoqi Gets Her Own Barbie Doll

As part of Mattel’s Barbie Inspiring Women series, icons from all arenas of life, including sport, are being made into Barbie dolls. One of the group is former Chinese women’s national team captain Hui Ruoqi, who won gold at the 2016 Olympics.

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Philippines’ Jovelyn Gonzaga Will Miss 2018 Asian Games Due To Injury

Gonzaga told the media that she is not pressuring herself to get back to the court and instead is opting to take her recovery one step at a time

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Kath Arado Wins UAAP Player Of The Week Honors

Kath Arado helped UE to its first win against UST since 1994

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Thomas Edgar Pens Emotional Letter To Fans After Injury

Edgar’s absurd offensive numbers have become the stuff of legend in Japanese volleyball

“Brazil And The USA Are Our Main Opponents.” – China’s Zhu Ting

Zhu Ting has taken volleyball by storm and is showing no signs of letting go

La Salle’s Kim Dy Named UAAP Player Of The Week

La Salle University’s Kim Dy was named the UAAP Press Corps Player of the Week after her performance in the team’s win over Ateneo Lady Eagles. 

Al Rayyan Wins First-Ever Arab Men’s Club Championship

In the 36th edition of the Arab Men’s Club Championships, Qatar’s Al Rayyan has won the title for the first time in the club’s history. 

Netherlands Set to Put in Host Bid for 2022 World Championships

The Netherlands reportedly is putting in a bid to host the 2022 Women’s World Championships as well as the Sitting Volleyball World Championships.

Panasonic Panthers Fined For Resting Players In Japan’s V-League

The Panasonic Panthers have had a very difficult week in the Japanese League

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(PHI) University Of The East’s Women’s and Men’s Coaches Resign

Francis Vicente, the women’s head coach, and also the current head coach of the Philippines women’s national team, had a pretty abysmal 2-42 record during his three years with the program

Skra Belchatow’s Grzegorz Lomacz Is Almost Back To Full Health

Good news have finally made its way to Sra’s headquarters,

Kunihiro Shimizu Suffers Season Ending Injury In Japan (VIDEO)

Shimizu’s 12 months of recovery time means that he will miss the 2018 FIVB Men’s World Championship, an enourmous blow for the Japanese National Team.

Russia Hosts Its First Ever Snow Volleyball Cup

Snow Volleyball continues to pick up steam in Europe.

Jaja Santiago Earns Second Straight UAAP Player Of The Week

For the second straight week, National University’s Jaja Santiago has been named the UAAP Season 80 Player of the Week for her efforts in the team’s victory over De La Salle University.

Americans Put Down Big Numbers In Opening Wins Of PSL Grand Prix

The first four matches of the Chooks-2-Go Philippine Superliga Grand Prix have concluded with some tough matches unfolding early. 

(PHI) Des Cheng Misses Graduation To Play For La Salle

Being a college athlete has its perks, specially when sporting activities conflicts with school duties

(PHI) Jaja Santiago Wins UAAP Player Of The Week Honors

The 6’5″ middle blocker is dominating Philippines’ college season

Santo Tomas Loses Rivera & Alessandrini To Injury In Loss To Ateneo

The UAAP Season 80 is in full swing but the University of Santo Tomas will be without their starting libero, Rica Rivera, due to a knee injury while Melina Alessandrini went down with a shoulder injury.