Radiu Slovenija - Val 202
MLIDINSKA REPREZENTANCA SLOVENIJE V BOJU ZA EP 2018
PRIMORSKI DNEVNIK :NAŠ POGOVOR O OLIMPIJSKIH IGRAH 2018
V športni prilogi Primorskega dnevnika,18.2.2018 je novinarka Staška Cvelber pripravila daljši prispevek o Južni Koreji,zimskih olimpijskih igrah 2018 in zanimivosti mojega prijatelja Kim Ho Chula
GOSTITELJICE BOLJŠE V VSEH ELEMENTIH
CEV-Dudingen - Braslovče (Nov-2014)
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.
The 2017 FIVB Volleyball Men's Club World Championship will feature eight clubs from December 11-17
One of the most prominent volleyball clubs in Russia might shut down!
It is well-known fact that last season’s CEV Women’s Volleyball Cup winners Dinamo Krasnodar have major financial problems that escalated by not paying salaries to their players for the last seven months. But, it seems that men’s section of the club also lacks money. Men’s Dinamo Krasnodar management also did not pay salaries to its players for the last few months, “R-Sport” reported.
Slovenia looking for new coach, Giani parts ways with European vice champions
News from the National Federations Ljubljana, Slovenia, January 26, 2017. Italian Volleyball legend Andrea Giani has announced he is parting ways with Slovenia men’s national team. His contract expired in July 2016, shortly after Slovenia claimed top honours at the FIVB World League Group 3 Finals in Frankfurt. The 46-year-old Volleyball legend who helped Slovenia claim a historic silver medal at the 2015 CEV Volleyball European Championship in Bulgaria and Italy, will now take on new challenges.
“Despite our efforts Andrea decided not to extend the contract as head coach of our men’s team. He announced his decision last night, together with his staff. We are sincerely thankful to Andrea for everything he did for Slovenian Volleyball and Slovenian sports in general,” the President of the Volleyball Federation of Slovenia, Metod Ropret said after Giani’s announcement.
To smo mi v 2014/15 " ŽOK Braslovče"