The first day of play at the 2018 Asian Games saw 5 games of action and some of the sport’s biggest stars light up Jakarta’s scoreboards
After 4 straight Asiad titles, Kim Yeon-Keong (above) and South Korea dethroned China in 2014.
On Friday, the PFU BlueCats announced that they had signed Thai women’s national team player Chatchu-On Moksri to a contract…
With both VNL preliminary phases over, 10 teams were sent home, and with them, some very good players we wish we could have the chance to see more of
2017 European Championship MVP and 2018 European Cup MVP Tijana Boskovic will remain in Istanbul through at least the 2020-2021 season.
Turkey won its third straight match in Thailand with a dominant offensive showing in a sweep of South Korea. Japan mounted an awe-inspiring comeback effort, rallying from down 2-0 in the match, down five points in Set 4 and facing two match-points in Set 5 to steal away a victory over Thailand.
A strong service game and dominant hitting effort led by Yuki Ishii pushed Japan past South Korea on Wednesday, while an all-around team effort and four double-digit scorers lifted Turkey to a four-set win over Thailand.
Current Turkish League’s runner ups Eczacibasi will do everything in its power for a better chance at the title this upcoming season
Week 4 started with a bang as fourth ranked Brazil upset top ranked China in five sets, No. 7 Italy bested third-ranked Serbia in five sets and 12th-ranked Turkey continued its hot tournament with a four-set win over No. 6 Japan.
Turkey kept pace with the top group in VNL play with a four-set win over Japan. Fourteen blocks and 20-point efforts by Jin Yang Hyo and Kim Yeon Koung helped Korea snap a four-match win streak on Tuesday.