Bartosz Kurek (left) and Piotr Nowakowski (right) both made the Dream Team after Poland’s 2nd-straight World Championship.
Sweeps were the result of the day at the World Championships on Day 3 with all three matches in Pool A and in Pool D ending in short order.
At the halfway point (12 teams with 2 matches remaining and the other 12 teams with 3 matches remaining) in…
Kursk has the trophy in his grasp for Poland, up 2-0.
Wallace and Kurek have come out with hot hands for Brazil and Poland in the first set.
Bruno is getting the start at setter for Brazil in the finals.
Maret Balkestein-Grothues led Netherlands to a 3-2 win over Japan on Sunday, giving them the Pool A lead.
Pool D still hasn’t seen a competitive match at the 2018 World CHampionships. That will (hopefully) change on Monday when Serbia and Brazil play.
The Netherlands now have an inside track on preliminary perfection, while Mexico and Germany both bounced back with their first wins.
Can Poland defeat Brazil to win a 2nd-straight men’s volleyball World Championship? See what VolleyMob’s official prediction expects.