BEACH VOLLEYBALL


Road to Buenos Aires starts in Moscow for bunch of Europe’s rising Beach Volleyball stars

Saturday 3rd of June 2017
Road to Buenos Aires starts in Moscow for bunch of Europe’s rising Beach Volleyball stars

Moscow, Russia, June 3, 2017. The journey taking Europe’s most promising Beach Volleyball players to the 2018 Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires started on Saturday in Moscow – with one qualifying event on schedule for the CEV Youth Beach Volleyball Continental Cup running in conjunction with an FIVB World Tour tournament in the Russian capital.

Russia, France and Italy with dominant display on World League opening day

Saturday 3rd of June 2017
Russia, France and Italy with dominant display on World League opening day

Lausanne, Switzerland, June 2, 2017. Russia, France and Italy are the teams that started off with straight-set wins on the first day of Group 1 action in the 2017 FIVB Volleyball World League. China’s Chuan Jiang topped the scorers’ chart across all groups, tallying 32 points against Turkey, which was still not enough for his squad to record a victory in this Group 2 game.

“Summer Sweat” breaks-through Moscow chill

Friday 2nd of June 2017
“Summer Sweat” breaks-through Moscow chill

Moscow, Russia, June 2, 2017. It was no day at the “beach” for players competing Friday in the US$150,000 FIVB World Tour event, but a “Summer Sweat” did break-out at the at the Vodny Stadium Beach Sports Centre to create the “hot” headline of the day.

Polish pairs lead Moscow men’s quarter-finalists

Friday 2nd of June 2017
Polish pairs lead Moscow men’s quarter-finalists

Moscow, Russia, June 2, 2017. Two newly-formed men’s teams from Poland lead eight pairs into the men’s quarter-finals of the US$150,000 FIVB World Tour event after winning two matches each Friday at the Vodny Stadium Beach Sports Centre in Moscow.

Three straight wins open World Championship qualifier in Baku

Monday 29th of May 2017
Three straight wins open World Championship qualifier in Baku

Baku, Azerbaijan, May 30, 2017. The first day of the women’s World Championship qualifier in Baku produced three victories for the top favourites of the competition - with The Netherlands routing their opponents from Denmark 3-0, the home team of Azerbaijan thrashing Norway in three sets as well and Ukraine doing the same with Israel. The competition continues on Wednesday with another three matches – and will reach its climax this weekend, with the eventual winners of the tournament securing their participation in next year’s World Championship in Japan.