“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
Female World Championship Round 1 Stats Wrap-Up
2018 FIVB VOLLEYBALL WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 29 September – 20 October Schedule Teams Power Rankings Best Scorers As was expected,…
2018 W. World Championships Daily Summary – October 4
At the end of the day, the Netherlands, Italy, the United States and Serbia wrapped up the preliminary round with perfect 5-0 marks and pool titles.
2018 W. Volleyball World Championships – October 3 Summary
Eight of the 12 matches on Wednesday were decided in straight sets and five teams claimed spots in the FIVB Women’s World Championships second round.
Pool C: #2 USA Survives vs Shorthanded #16 Thailand
2nd-ranked United States squeaked by 16th-ranked Thailand, which was down a starter and lost its top scorer amidst the 4th set, in 5 to remain undefeated in Pool C play Wednesday.
Pool C: #2 USA Sweeps, #5 Russia Survives on Day 2
2nd-ranked USA cruised by 34th-ranked Trinadad and Tobago in straight sets, while 5th-ranked Russia outlasted 16th-ranked Thailand in 5 sets to move to 2-0 in Pool C at the 2018 FIVB World Championships on Saturday. 24th-ranked Azerbaijan earned its first victory inside Kobe Green Arena, downing 10th-ranked South Korea in 4 sets to move to 1-1 in pool play.
USA, Russia Get Sweeps; Thailand Wins Crucial Match to Open Pool C
A balanced American offense saw 4 players score in double figures as they earned an opening win over Azerbaijan.
Dinamo Kazan Sweeps Chemik Police In CEV “Match Of The Week”
Dinamo Kazan proved to be too strong for the Polish squad Chemik Police in the second leg of the Championships League.
EuroVolley’s Team And Player Statistics Show New Trends In Volleyball
This year’s tournament’s statistics shows us some interesting trends on how the game is evolving
Russia Set to Take Four Olympians to Boris Yeltsin Cup June 26
Russia will be resting three of its leaders for the Boris Yeltsin Cup, including star Nataliya Goncharova.