Brazil is among the favorites to win both competitions
Brazil is FIVB’s current number 1 ranked team
Canoas, Minas, Corinthians, and Campinas were eliminated
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.
Marko Ivovic shined in Taubaté’s win
Minas wants to surprise its Superliga contenders
If any team hopes to take home the title this year, it must be ready to do away with Cruzeiro’s winning ways.
Sesc is solidifying its place among Brazil’s elite teams
Teams ready their final push for favorable Brazilian Cup seeding
37-year-old Dante Amaral, a gold medalist in the 2004 Olympic games, came off the bench to fill in for Lucarelli