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FIVB BEACH VOLLEY TOUR LJUBLJANA SLOVENIJA 2020
Vrhunska odbojka na pesku sredi Ljubljane (Slovenija) Ljubitelji športa in odbojke na mivki že z nestrpnostjo pričakujejo začetek letošnjega turnirja svetovne serije FIVB World Tour 1 Star Ljubljana, ki ga bomo v Športnem parku Ludus in na Kongresnem trgu spremljali med 30. julijem in 2. avgustom in na katerem bo nastopilo 49 ekip iz desetih držav, tudi enajst slovenskih
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FIVB World Tour 1 Star Ljubljana 2020
Vrhunska odbojka na pesku sredi Ljubljane (Slovenija)
Ljubitelji športa in odbojke na mivki že z nestrpnostjo pričakujejo začetek letošnjega turnirja svetovne serije FIVB World Tour 1 Star Ljubljana, ki ga bomo v Športnem parku Ludus in na Kongresnem trgu spremljali med 30. julijem in 2. avgustom in na katerem bo nastopilo 49 ekip iz desetih držav, tudi enajst slovenskih
CEV-Dudingen - Braslovče (Nov-2014)
After months and months of waiting, we finally know who will lead Russian men's and women's national teams in the next Olympic cycle.
Sergey Shlyapnikov has worked in several Russian clubs including Yaroslavich, Fakel and Dinamo Krasnodar, while he has also coached Russia U18 national team.
In October 2016, the Japanese Volleyball Association (JVA) announced that Yuichi Nakagaichi would be the head coach of the Men’s National Team. All expectations were at the time that former National Team star Nakagaichi would guide the team through the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
However, these expectations have taken a sudden shift as Nakagaichi was supposed to take over the National Team in April 2017. This is due to a car crash that he had on the Chugoku Expressway near the city of Shobara on November 9th, which seriously injured one person.
Both the V-League and the JVA started compliance violations investigations on Nakagaichi due to the accident. On December 22, the V-League announced their finding and found that Nakagaichi had violated 3 V-League compliance laws and failed to comply with V-League regulations. A penalty was not handed out by the V-League at that time and still has not as of this article being published. Nakagaichi is still working as the Director of the Sakai Blazers V-League team.
Lausanne, Switzerland, January 31, 2017 – The FIVB Volleyball Men’s Club World Championship
|Brazil's Sada Cruzeiro and Russia's Zenit Kazan at the 2016 FIVB Volleyball Men's Club World Championship|
Lausanne, Switzerland, January 31, 2017 – The FIVB Volleyball Men’s Club World Championship will be the final event on the international federation's 2017 volleyball calendar, with a new event formula to bring excitement to the volleyball community when Poland hosts the tournament from December 11 to 17.The new event formula includes the continental champions from South America, Europe and Asia, who will be joined by the league champions of the host country - Poland, and two league champions from the top countries in the FIVB ranking on December 31, 2016. Rounding up the eight-team roster in the Men’s Club World Championship will be two wild cards, to be announced closer to the event.
Last year, Sada Cruzeiro and Dinamo Kazan met in the final, where the Brazilian club outplayed the Russian team in straight sets.
The FIVB World Grand Prix is the annual competition for women’s national teams that has been held since 1993. The first competition had 8 teams, but as this was pre-internet, we could not find information on the amount of prize money that was awarded at that time. So, we will start from 1995.
In 1995, the San Diego Union-Tribune published that the USA women who won the Final Round received $280,000 for the win and had won $275,000 in Regular Season for a combined total of $550,000 out of total $2 million in prize money (Cleveland Plains Dealer).
Players and coaches of both Men’s and Women’s senior teams of Dinamo Krasnodar are fighting to survive.
In only two days, last weekend, players and coaching staff of both Men’s and Women’s Dinamo Krasnodar boycotted games in the Russian Championship. They thought there was no other way to draw attention to their financial problems – not received salaries from beginning of the season and even at the end of previous.
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