Brazil will start its WCH quest against Puerto Rico on September 29
After posting a four set win on Sunday, the United States women’s national team made short work of Brazil in the second of four friendlies on Tuesday.
Lucarelli’s decision means that Brazil will be without its two starting outside hitters in the competition
Sarah Wilhite (above), Rachael Adams, and Lauren Gibbemeyer each had 3 stuffs as the USA defense held Brazilian star Tandara Caixeta in check on Sunday in Brasilia.
After many doubted she could still play at a high level due to her ACL surgery and long recovery time with Barueri, Skownronska proved she is still an offensive powerhouse.
Karsta Lowe, above, will return to Rio with Team USA in her first official matches since the 2016 Olympic Games.
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The 36-year-old 6’1″ outside hitter, who spent all of her pro career in Brazil, Russia, and Turkey is returning to Osasco, after a 10-year-absence. She is a two-time Olympic gold medalist, in 2008 and 2018 (MVP), and a two-time Grand-Prix winner, in 20105 (MVP) and 2008
Brazil will be a new beginning for the middle blocker
Ouch. You know things are not looking very good when not even your former stars are able to muster up a few words of optimism
While tickets have been open to Japanese fans for a few weeks, the rest of the world gained access to the ticketing portal on Saturday. The Yokohama Arena (above) will host the final.
Although Brazil’s Men’s NT had a stellar 2016-17 campaign, which included gold medals at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and Grand Champions Cup, 2018 hasn’t been a great year so far
When current World Champion Andre Loyola left his partnership with Evandro Gonçalves to join current Olympic Champion Alison Ceruti, he took a huge gamble.
Brazilian fans can now breathe calmly
At his new club, Wallace will join a team that finished its maiden Superliga run in third place, a surprising performance for a debuting team
Although technically not a return to the team, fans cannot but hope that the middle-blocker who captained Brazil to two Olympic gold medals is rethinking her retirement from the national team after Brazil’s 2016 Olympic fiasco at home
In the first training session open to the media, reporters were surprised to see Lipe practicing with Brazil’s national team
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