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A legendary Russian volleyball player Ekatarina Gamova has won the European Championship again
It was U18 competition, but still, it is a huge success for Gamova who just entered the coaching world.
“I love the girls. I am just happy that we won the European Championship. I tried my best at this tournament and helped the girls where I could. It is a great job and I will do it as long as I can,’’ says Gamova, the assistant coach of Russian national team.
Arnhem, Netherlands, April 9, 2017. Russia was crowned European champion in Arnhem at the end of a long and amazing tournament, where the Russian butterflies flew to a remarkable 3-2 (18-25, 25-16, 26-24, 21-25, 15-10) win over Italy in a roller coaster final at the 2017 CEV U18 Volleyball European Championship – Women. Belarus finished their campaign with a 3-2 (17-25, 29-27, 25-17, 22-25, 15-13) win over Serbia in the bronze medal match to secure the first podium appearance for their country since the U18 women’s European Championship in 2001.
FINAL | Italy vs. Russia
Russia overcame Italy in a remake of the match these teams had already contested in Pool I at the very beginning of the tournament and where the Italian girls overpowered the opponents in straight sets. This is Russia’s third title in the competition following their gold medal performance from 1997 and 2015. Russia is the first team that could defend the title and have so far claimed 6 (3 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze) medals in this competition. Italy were also vying for their third title after topping the charts in 1995 and 2001 but had to be content with silver.
Incheon, Korea, April 5, 2017 – Hyundai Capital Sky Walkers produced a comeback 3-2 win over Korea Air Jumbos in the home-and-away five final matches to capture the 2016-17 Korea Men’s Volleyball League Final Championship on Tuesday.
The final championship between Sky Walkers and Jumbos was held between March 25 and April 3 in Incheon and Cheonan, homes of Jumbos and Sky Walkers respectively.
Andrea Anastasi will stay in Lotos Trefl Gdansk for at least one more season
Despite numerous offers from many different parts of the volleyball world, Andrea Anastasi has decided to extend his contract with Lotos Trefl Gdansk. Italian coach signed a new 1+1 deal with the Polish team.
"Together with Andrea Anastasi we came up to a conclusion that it is for the best for both sides to continue our cooperation. We have extended his contract for one more year. Lotos Trefl Gdansk are pleased with the fact that Anastasi will remain our head coach, especially because he decided to turn down many offers from stronger clubs, just to stay with us," said Lotos Trefl Gdansk president Dariusz Gadomski.
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