German Laura Ludwig earned her second straight FIVB Most Outstanding Player honor as well as Best Defensive Player, Sportswoman of the Year and Most Inspirational accolades after winning the FIVB World Championships and Swatch World Tour titles.
France’s Adrian Caravano and Yann Faure, Russia’s Maksim Hudyakov and Ruslan Bykanov, Serbia’s Lazar Kolaric and Djordje Klasnic and Dutch duo Ruben Penninga and Tom van Steenis each won a pair of matches to advance to the Round of 16.
The 2018 FIVB World Tour season is upon us just weeks after the World Tour finals and just days into September.
Dalhausser won 3 awards, which brings him to 30 career post-season honors – the most since the FIVB started voting on them in 2005.
With the 2017 FIVB World Tour Finals ended, new rankings and money totals have emerged.
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Dalhausser still has a long way to go before catching #2.
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Agatha Bednarczuk/Eduarda ‘Duda’ Santos Lisboa of Brazil and the reigning champions, Laura Ludwig and Kira Walkenhorst of Germany have claimed their spots in the women’s finals of the 2017 FIVB World Tour Finals.
American pair Summer/Sweat were one of three U.S. teams eliminated from the World Tour Finals on Friday in Hamburg.
The Men’s quarterfinals have been set after the Round of 12 commenced on the third day of play at the 2017 FIVB World Tour Finals.
Day three of the FIVB World Tour Finals are in full swing for the women’s side of the competition, with the semifinals set for later today.
Team USA had some up and down moments during the first two days of play at the FIVB World Tour Finals. Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena were the only American team to finish with a perfect record after pool play, while Summer Ross and Brooke Sweat downed the top-ranked women’s pair in straight sets.
The chase for the World Tour Finals title continued for the men’s side of the tournament today, as three teams topped their pools with undefeated records.
The second day of the FIVB World Tour Finals has concluded, with three teams ending pool play with a 2-0 record on the women’s side.
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