Jaja Santiago’s volleyball career goes from strength to strength and it appears she is yet to maximize her potential. What is it that makes her so good?
If you are to choose the 19th Asian Senior Women’s Championship Most Valuable Player, who will it be?
AFTER five days of action-packed volleyball, only two teams remained perfect — South Korea and Japan — in the Asian Senior Women Championship.
The Koreans called their best player, Kim Yeon-koung, to finish the first set against the Philippines. Are the Filipinos are now being taken seriously?
Korean volleyball superstar, Kim Yeon-koung saw limited action in the Asian Seniors. Will she get fielded against the Nationals?
Before plunging into the action-packed playoffs among the 19th Asian Senior Women’s Championship Top 8 teams, let us take a quick look at the stunning faces that represent the continent.
Day 5 at the WOQT in Japan brought fans first answers on the those who are still in the race for an Olympic berth in Rio2016. Who is out? Find out!
WOQT Day 4 puts Dominican Republic and Kazakhstan in tough position on their road to Rio. Both teams are still to record their first win in Japan.
Japan loses its leader’s position after loss to Korea. The first spot has been taken by Italy who remains the only team without a loss at WOQT.
Thailand surprised the audience with victory over Dominican Republic during opening day of the FIVB World Olympic Qualification Tournament in Japan.
Pomi Casalmaggiore defeated VakifBank Istanbul in the Champions League final yesterday, bringing the crown to Italy first time in six years.
We’re assessing which of Eczacibasi, VakifBank, Dinamo Kazan or Casalmaggiore has the best chance of winning the CEV Women’s Champions League title.
CEV DenizBank Champions League gets more exciting as the six teams will step in the last round to win their tickets to Final Four in Italy!
A rising star has upstaged the biggest names in the women’s game to win the 2015 Fans’ women’s Player of the Year award.
We locked our panel of volleyball experts in a dark room and told them they couldn’t come out until they agreed on the Top 20 in 2015 & the Women’s Player Of the Year.