Ottawa, Canada, February 11, 2019 - Volleyball Canada has named its new women’s indoor programme head coach. Tom Black, current head coach of the University of Georgia Bulldogs programme and former assistant coach for the United States national team, will take over Canada’s women’s programme beginning May 2019.mehr auf fivb.org
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Canberra, Australia, February 15, 2019 - After three years at the helm of the Australian women's team, as well as the country's Centre of Excellence for the last two years, Shannon Winzer has decided to take up an opportunity with the Canadian national team and move back to her home town of Vancouver. Over the past three years the Volleyroos have improved their ranking to reach the highest they have been for several years, and are currently ranked 30th in the world.
Lausanne, Switzerland, February 15, 2019 – Maxim Sivolap and Artem Yarzutkin will lead the way at the men-only Kg Speu 1-Star in Cambodia with the Russians named as number one seeds.
Lausanne, Switzerland, February 15, 2019 – Zhana Todorova, one of the rising stars in the world of women’s volleyball, is already looking forward to her team’s debut in the FIVB Volleyball Nations League. As Bulgaria celebrated with the inaugural FIVB Volleyball Challenger Cup trophy in 2018, their libero topped the best receivers chart of the tournament in Peru, but as she told fivb.com, the biggest reward for their effort was the right to play in the VNL.
Port Hardy Volleyball club requests funding from Port Hardy council - North Island Gazette16.02.2019 - 02:48 Uhr
Port Hardy Volleyball club requests funding from Port Hardy council North Island GazetteThe sport of Volleyball is alive and well in the North Island, and the equipment needed to play is not cheap.
7th Grade Volleyball Standout Plays Beyond Her Years www.localmemphis.comTaylor Wooten is only in 7th grade, but she's already playing volleyball against high school-aged competition.
Now Showing: FEU Lady Tamaraws volleyverse.comDespite the absence of Bernadeth Pons, Toni Rose Basas, and Kyla Atienza, it's not wise to write the FEU Lady Tamaraws off the UAAP Season 81 Final Four.