The FIVB can only win by keeping the IOC as a strategic partner, specially now that the volleyball institution is getting some major criticism regarding its Olympic qualifying criteria
Japan’s Women’s Coach Kumi Nakada Optimistic About Team’s Chances At The Olympics After Respectable WCH Run
The Japanese women’s volleyball team was once the sport’s strongest powerhouse
At Scandicci, Scott will join a team that finished its 2017/18 regular season in second place, sporting a 18-4 record.
The Mexican east-coast city of Chetumal is currently hosting a 3 star FIVB World Tour event that bears its name. In it, Mexican fans were able to see the country’s new faces of beach volleyball. Mexico fielded four teams for the event, and six of its eight athletes, all under 20 years of age, made their international debuts.
The Galindo sisters are by far the most successful Colombian beach pair duo in FIVB’s World Tour
After Partner’s Retirement, Czech Republic’s Michala Kvapilova Ready To Start World Tour Ranking Climb From The Bottom
It now has been two years since Czech Republic’s Michala Kvapilova made the switch from the indoor game to the beach.
The move comes after the team finished 11th at the World Championships in 2018 that they co-hosted with Italy.
“I Did Not Have Enough Help From The Coach In The Games” – Russia’s Irina Koroleva After Her Team’s Worst Ever WCH Finish
There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that Russia’s recent 8th place finish at the FIVB WCH was beyond disappointing
“Bidding To Host The Olympic Qualification Tournaments Starts At 500k USD” – FIVB boardmember Miroslaw Przedpelski
The qualification system for the indoor volleyball tournament at the 2020 Olympic Games has been confirmed by the FIVB recently and it has drawn heavy criticism from teams around the world.
Although some Italian media outlets have her retiring at the end of the season, the soon-to-be 40-year-old Piccinini is not totally sold on the idea yet.