Pravce in zgodbe med Idrijo in Sočo..
Športno kolturno društvo " VERIN "
Slike za vas
Pogled čez mrežo
Radiu Slovenija - Val 202
ISKANE KORENIN JERONČIČEV
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL WOLRDCUP CHAMPIONSHIP 2019
Na japonskem se je zaključil letošnji svetovni odbojkarski pokal za moške 2019. Največ uspeha so imeli odbojkarji Brazilije. Aktualni svetovni prvaki reprezentanca Poljske pa je zasedla odlično drugo mesto, ZDA pa so stopile na tretjo stopničko.
Medal winners at the 2019 FIVB Men’s Volleyball Worldcup Championship in Japan
Best Opposite Hitter: Yuji Nishida (Japan)Več
EVROVOLLEY 2019 ČASOPIS DNEVNIK INTERVJU
EvroVolley 2019 Intervju v Dnevniku z novinarjem Rokom Knafelcem.
Avtor fotografije je Luka Cjuha.
PRED 60 LETI,PISALI SO ZGODOVINO KANALSKE ODBOJKE
Minilo je 60 let od zgodovinske prvenstvene tekme OK Kamnik : OK Kanal 2:3,ko so odbojkarji iz Kanala ob Soči prvi v zgodovini prestopili v 1 Republiško ligo.
CEV-Dudingen - Braslovče (Nov-2014)
Media Guides Next year’s women’s tournament will see hosts Japan (WR 6) take on Lang Ping’s China, who rose to the number one spot in the world ranking following their win in Rio. And there is no doubt that defending champions, Brazil will go into the Grand Champions Cup determined to make up for their quarterfinal loss in Rio against the Olympic champions. Olympic bronze medalists and world no. 2, USA will also be vying for a place on the podium, alongside world no. 5, Russia and wild card entry, Korea (WR 10). The men’s competition features an equally impressive lineup. Current Olympic gold medalists and world no. 1, Brazil, will be looking to claim their fourth consecutive title. France, who currently sits in ninth place in the world rankings, will make their debut in the competition against hosts Japan (WR 14), Iran (WR 7), Olympic bronze medalists USA (WR 2) and wild card entry, Italy (WR 4). Brazil has been the most successful team in the competition with the men's team winning four gold medals (1997, 2005, 2009 and 2013) and the women's team two titles in 2005 and 2013.In the women’s competition, only Cuba and Brazil have won the World Grand Champions Cup in the year following their Olympic gold medal wins in 1992 and 2012, respectively. The Brazil men’s team achieved this feat following their gold medal win at the Olympic Games in 2004.The quadrennial FIVB Volleyball World Grand Champions Cup is the final event on the FIVB’s 2017 Volleyball Calendar and will serve as the climax of the season whilst also providing an excellent preview one year out from the FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship Japan 2018 and the FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship Italy and Bulgaria 2018. The competition traditionally features six teams – including hosts Japan – competing in a round robin tournament. The Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium will host Women’s World Grand Champions Cup matches on September 5 and 6 before the competition moves to Nagoya from September 8 to 10 where it will take place at the Nippongaishi Hall. In the Men’s World Grand Champions Cup, the Nippongaishi Hall will play host to the first two days of the competition on September 12 and 13. The second part of the competition will take place at the Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium from September 15 to 17.
To smo mi v 2014/15 " ŽOK Braslovče"