Marck Espejo played after a two-game absence but the Oita Miyoshi Weisse Adler fell to the defending Japanese V.League Men’s Division 1 champions.
Marck Espejo and Oita Miyoshi fought hard for the first set. In the end, however, the Panasonic Panthers extended their lead atop the V.League standings.
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Poland secured first Olympic berth at Men’s WOQT in Japan. France, Iran, Australia, China and Canada are still in the race to claim remaining berths.
Canada moves up the Men’s WOQT table after securing straight sets victory over Venezuela. Europeans remain on the top of the ranking.
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Poland was close to losing the match, but made a come back winning a horror in the tie-break, extending their chances to qualify to Rio.
The decisive battle in Pool A of the European Olympic qualifier awaits Poland and Germany. Players and coaches have different expectations of that one.
Victory over Serbia puts Poland in a good position in pool A at the beginning of the European Qualifier in Berlin.
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Poland, Team USA and Italy all enter the final day with a chance to win the FIVB men’s World Cup after posting victories on Day 10.
Poland took a major step towards their goal of winning a maiden FIVB Men’s World Cup with a four-set victory over Team USA – but can they keep their unbeaten record intact with two days remaining?
Poland are the only undefeated team left in the FIVB Men’s World Cup after a 3-1 (17-25, 25-19, 25-23, 25-15) victory over Team USA on a dramatic Day 9 in Japan.
World Cup leaders Team USA head into the final and most important round of the FIVB Men’s World Cup facing two of the teams who can still take qualification to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio away from them.
USA continued their dominant start to the FIVB Men’s World Cup with a straight-sets 25-18, 25-23, 29-27 victory over fellow heavyweights Italy on day four.