2016 FIVB World League MVP Marko Ivovic (above) and Serbia were swept the last time they faced each Brazil and France, but will have health on their sides in the Final 6.
Simone Parodi is leaving Piacenza and heading to Top Volley Latina for the 2018-2019 season.
A new report from the Human Rights Watch says Iranian women have been allowed to watch international volleyball live along with live broadcasts of World Cup football matches, a step forward for the country’s previous bans on women attending sporting matches.
After 10 years away, Gavin Schmitt is going to back to Greece to play for Olympiacos.
MKS Będzin has signed Lincoln Alexander Williams for the upcoming season. Williams played for Rhein-Main Volleys in the German Bundesliga last year.
At the 2016 FIVB Grand Prix, Brazil’s Women’s National team got a 200k USD check for winning the competition, only one-fifth of the value of the men’s prize. At the 2017 edition of the competition, things improved a bit, with Brazil, again the winner, taking home a check for 600k USD, three-fifths that of the men’s prize
Taylor Averill is among the new additions to Chaumont VB 52 for the upcoming season. Keith West of UBC will also be starting his career with the French Ligue A finalists.
With both VNL preliminary phases over, 10 teams were sent home, and with them, some very good players we wish we could have the chance to see more of
Dmitry Muserskiy of Russia is at or near the top of many statistical categories after the Preliminary Round of the VNL.
Matey Kaziyski is one of the best Bulgarian players in recent times