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Coaches Convention set to begin in Slovenia
Historic Coaches Convention set to begin in Slovenia
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Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, June 21, 2019. As many as 88 coaches from 28 countries across the whole of Europe have travelled to Slovenia to attend the historic Coaches Convention that is due to run from Friday to Sunday at Kranjska Gora, a popular mountain resort that is home to the training camps of the Slovenian Volleyball national teams as well. The focus of the convention will be on inspiring coaches working at the grassroots level – those who are in charge of growing the next generation of Volleyball players.Več
JULIJO VELASCO TEHNIČNI DIREKTOR MLADIH REPREZENTANC PRI FIPAV-U
LICENČNA SEMINARJA V STRANJAH PRI KAMNIKU IN FRAMU PRI MARIBORU 2019
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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.
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.
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