Snow Volleyball is on the rise, with a featured night for the up-and-coming sport at the PyeongChang Olympic Games.
Snow Volleyball has begun to pick up steam in Europe and now the FIVB and CEV will showcase the sport at the upcoming PyeongChang Olympics
The men’s and women’s squads from Austria have been determined for the first-ever CEV Snow Volleyball European Championships.
Croatia concluded their first-ever Snow Volleyball national championship that will send a men’s and women’s pairing to the inaugural CEV Snow Volleyball European Championships from March 23-25.
Over the weekend a number of snow volleyball competitions unfolded, crowning the Aremenian/Lithuanian teams for the first-ever CEV Snow Volleyball European Championship.
17 countries across Europe have expressed that they will hold a national championship in snow volleyball to be able to qualify teams for the first ever CEV Snow Volleyball European Championships.
The third edition of the CEV Snow Volleyball European Tour is set to begin on January 12-14 with a tournament at the Erciyes, Turkey.
Ary Graça shares his ambitious goals for the future of world volleyball
The World Tour event in Moscow featured a change of scenery for many of the players, in that it introduced snow volleyball to all players prior to the start of the competition.
Craig Carracher, President Volleyball Australia (centre) and President Kenji Kimura (left of Carracher) and senior JVA executives.