After Historic Run, Stephane Antiga Resigns as Canadian Head Coach
After a two-year run that included leading Canada to an all-time best finish at the 2017 World League, Stephane Antiga has resigned as the head coach of the VolleyMaples.
Brazil Defeats France 3-2 After Two And A Half Hours Of Play – Pool B
France and Brazil had a gem of a game today in Bulgaria
Men’s Volleyball World Championships: September 12th Daily Summary
Team USA beat Serbia 3-2 in the biggest match of Wednesday at the 2018 FIVB Men’s Volleyball World Championships.
France, Canada, and Brazil Start Off Pool B Play With Easy 3-0 Wins
Pool favorites France, Brazil, and Canada all debuted at the tournament with relatively easy 3-0 wins
France Includes Injured Ngapeth on 14-Man Roster for Worlds Tournament
France’s Earvin Ngapeth (center) says he may not play in France’s opener at the World Championships, but that he does expect to be available for most of the tournament.
VolleyMob’s FIVB Men’s WCH Power Rankings
2018 FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship 9–30 September Schedule Teams Only a few hours to go before the year’s most…
France and Serbia Split 3-2 Friendlies in Paris
France played both matches without Earvin N’Gapeth, and they got some momentum late in the 2nd when they brought in 3 reserves to finish the match.
Italy Keeps #VNL Final Six Hopes Alive with Sweep of France
Italy put up 15 blocks and star Ivan Zaytsev chalked up a match-high 23 points to lift the team past first place France to keep its Final Six hopes alive on Saturday.
#VNL Pool 20 Preview: France, Italy, Russia, USA
With the top three teams in the VNL standings plus seventh place Italy in Pool 20, it could be considered the group of death in terms of toughness. The Russians and Americans are just mere points away from the Final Six, while Italy will rely on home court advantage to push through.
France Edges Canada in 5, Brazil Falls in Five Sets in Varna
Canada opted not to play many of its starters and came up just short in a five-setter against first place France, which won its sixth straight VNL match. Thirty-three errors proved to be too much to overcome as Brazil fought valiantly before falling to Bulgaria in five sets for the team’s third-straight loss in Varna.