Radiu Slovenija - Val 202
IZOBRAŽEVANJE IN NESEBIČNA POMOČ SO KLJUČ DO USPEHA
Za velikanske, ogromne, fantastične uspehe, ki jih v zadnjih letih dosegajo slovenskih odbojkarji/ice so poleg izvrstnih odbojkarjev njihovih trenerjev trenerjev klubih zaslužni tudi tisti strokovnjaki ki so nam nesebično pomagali. V začetku 90-tih let je odbojkarska zveza natančneje trenerska organizacija "DOTS"sprejela pomembno odločitev da na trenerska izobraževanja povabi najboljše tuje strokovnjake.
To so bila leta ,ko večina sedanjih reprezentantov/tk še ni bila rojena. In pričelo se je nekje v letih 1993 in od takrat naprej so se seminarji, izobraževanja naših trenerjev samo stopnjevala. Od začetka devedesetih pa do danes je na odbojkarskih seminarjih predavalo 37 tujih predavateljev, nekateri tudi po večkrat.Več
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EP2021 ZA MOŠKE/ PRESENEČENJI STA DVE A MED NJIMI NI SLOVENIJE
Slovenija je postala stalnica polfinalnih obračunov na zadnjih evropskih prvenstvih od tiste nepozabne prve Bolgarije 2015 naprej. In tudi tokrat so fantje pokazali iz kakšnega testa so. In presenečenji? No več jih je a najbolj bodeta v oči dve.
Izločitev reprezentance Francije aktualnih Olimpijskih zmagovalcev iz nadaljevanje EP 2021, kar na stari celini ni pričakoval skoraj da nihče. Ni v "Curiculumu" novega trenerja francoskih "Galov" Brazilca Rezendeja da bi se kar tako predal. In drugo presenečenje so naši zahodni sosedje, ki so se takoj po IO 2020 v Tokyu odločili za prenovo in pomladitev reprezentance z novim selektorjem Ferdinandom "Fefe" De Giorgijem.Več
CEV-Dudingen - Braslovče (Nov-2014)
It was also the first-ever title that Japan won in this age group event since their debut effort in 1997 in the Philippines. At the previous edition in Sri Lanka in 2014, Japan advanced to the final, only beaten by Iran to return with the second place.
The Wednesday’s win also gave Japan a clean sweep of both Asian Youth titles on offer in the Girls’ U18 and Boys’ U19 Championship. Last month, Japan won the Asian Girls’ U18 Championship title in Chongqing, China.
With top four teams in the 11th Asian Boys’ U19 Championship securing their places for the FIVB Volleyball Boys’ U19 Championship in Bahrain in August, Japan, Korea, China and Iran have been confirmed to be the four teams from Asia to qualify for world meet.
Kento Miyaura scored a team-high 19 points for Japan in this final match including 17 kills from 31 attempts and Hirohito Kashimura added 4 kill blocks, while Lim Sungjin led Korea with 10 points including 8 attack hits. Im Donghyeok added 8 kills.
“I’m very happy that my team won the match. It’s our best performance in this tournament. Every player performed well because they look fresh and never get tired on court. After this, we will prepare for the world meet in Bahrain and maybe, this team will compete at the next year’s Asian Men’s U20 Championship,” Japan’s head coach Hiroshi Honda commented after the match.
China clinched bronze medal after overpowering defending champions Iran with a magnificent come-from-behind 22-25 25-22 25-21 25-19 victory in the third-place playoff.
For Iran, the 11th edition in Myanmar turned out to be a nightmare as they left the competition venue with their heads low in great despair following a fourth-place finish at the championship, which they have won for seven times including six in a row. Above all, it was the first time that Iran dropped from the top-three podium in this biennial tournament since their debut effort in 2001 at home.
Among the eight editions they took part in, only their second appearance in 2003 saw the Iranians finish second. They finished on top of the remaining episodes they participated which consisted of 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014.
Zhang Jingyin scored a match-high 22 points for China including 19 kills from 32 attempts. Tian Cong contributed 13 attack hits and 4 stuff blocks. Morteza Sharifi led Iran with 20 points, all of them from devastating spikes, while Ali Tabari contributed 17 kills.
Meanwhile, Chinese Taipei, which finished fourth at the previous edition in Sri Lanka in 2014, took the fifth place this time following their hard-fought 25-21 25-23 25-21 win over Thailand.
Australia claimed 7th place after brushing off hosts Myanmar in straight sets 25-14 25-23 25-19 in the 7th-8h place playoff match.
The award presentation was held on Wednesday, with Dr Myint Htwe, Union Minster of Ministry of Health and Sports, presiding. Japan captured the 11th Asian Boys’ U19 title, with Korea securing the second place. China had to be content with the fourth place, while Iran came in fourth.
Remark: Top four teams – Japan, Korea, China and Iran qualified for the 2017 FIVB Volleyball Boys’ U19 World Championship in Bahrain between August 18 and 27.
Best Outside Spikers
No.12 Iran – Morteza Sharifi
No.9 Japan – Mahiro Sake
Best Middle Blockers
No.7 China – Wang Dongchen
No.11 Japan – Shunichiro Sato
Best Opposite Spiker
No.1 Korea – Im Donghyeok
No.3 Korea – Choi Ikje
No.16 Korea – Park Kyeongmin
Most Valuable Player
No.1 Japan – Kento Miyaura
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AVC Youtube: click: Asian Volleyball Confederation
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