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Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, April 4, 2017 – Japan and Korea became the two unbeaten teams to meet in the final showdown of the SMM 11th Asian Boys’ U19 Volleyball Championship at the Wunna Theikdi Indoor Stadium following their wins in the Tuesday’s semi-finals, with Korea stunning title-holders Iran in hard-fought five-set thrille
Japan stun China in giant-killing match to storm into final with unbeaten record
Smaller, but steadier, Japan, the only team in the top-notch competition which have yet lost a set to their respective rivals en route to the semi-final encounter, turned a giant killer after their exceptional straight-set 25-16 29-27 25-22 win over tall and towering China.
Volleyball Australia is thrilled to announce Chinese Olympic gold medallist, Jiang Ying, will be joining the VA Board in a major coup for the sport.
Ying was a member of the Chinese women’s team that won gold at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, and then won bronze four years later in Seoul.
Now we have seven teams who will participate at 2017 FIVB Volleyball Women's Club World Championship, 9-14 May in Kobe.
Update USAV Processes 397 International Transfers 2016/17
Russell Holmes, a 2012 U.S. Olympian, recently had his international transfer certificates approved to play in France.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (April 2, 2017) - USA Volleyball has processed 397 international transfer certificates (291 females, 106 males) allowing United States citizens to compete in foreign professional volleyball leagues for the 2016-17 season as of April 2– an increase of six transfers since March 13, 2017. Additional transfers will be processed throughout the winter months.
On the women's side, athletes have transferred to play in 35 different countries with Germany attracting 53 players, England 28 players, Finland, Puerto Rico and Sweden with 15 players each, Italy, and Philippines and Switzerland with 14 players apiece.
The Philippines has already submitted their entry form by name to the AVC, confirming that Foton Tornadoes will represent the nation at the 2017 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship between May 25 to 31 in Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan.
The one-week tournament has attracted eight teams to be pitted against one another, vying for the top honour and the lone ticket to represent Asia at the next year’s FIVB Women’s Club World Championship, where the host nation has yet to be... revealed. Teams from hosts Kazakhstan, Thailand, Iran and Chinese Taipei have been drawn in Pool A, while Pool B comprised teams from Japan, China, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Hoping for a better result than what they have achieved at the previous edition at home, where Foton Pilipinas finished a disappointing seventh, the Philippines are sending Foton Tornadoes (formerly Foton Pilipinas) to chase their dreams of a top-four finish at the championship for the first time in history.
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