Aside from injury, relegation must be one of the worst feelings in sport
The weekend was spectacular for American fans of Brazilian volleyball
Cruzeiro is running through its competition
Guimarães can’t take it anymore and let’s reporters know it
“The law says that if Tifanny presents blood-work results consistent with IOC regulations, she can play. She did.”
The higher you are, the bigger the fall. At least that was what happened to Superliga’s 2nd seeded Sesc/RJ, who was upset by 10th seeded Montes Claros 3-1 (23/25 25/18 24/26 19/25), the latter without three of its starters. Its win clinched its permanence in Superliga’s elite, and officially relegated JF Vôlei and Copel Telecom/Maringá.
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Tifanny Abreu made volleyball history when she became the first trans female to play in Brazil’s Superliga
This week, three international stars shared with fans emotional moments regarding motherhood
Cuban star Yoandry likely to leave Brazil to join Lube Cvitanova according to Brazilian reporter.
Uberlândia closes out the season at 21-2
Lucarelli is Taubaté’s only hope for a chance at a Superliga title
If Sesc is indeed to end, it would be perhaps the biggest blow for Superliga in the competition’s history.
Brazilian national team’s starting setter and 2012 Olympic gold medalist Dani Lins welcomes baby Lara to the world
As a testament to the league’s strength, 4 of its 6 match-ups this round were only decided in a tie break
Former Michigan State HM All-American Holly Tolliver was awarded with a spot on the competition’s Dream Team
Only one round to go in Superliga’s regular season
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