Thailand edged South Korea, China dominated Cuba, and Japan lorded over Argentina in Day 1 of the FIVB Women’s World Championship 2018.
For the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship 2018, Argentina looks to the void left by their top player while Brazil got significant reinforcements.
Here’s the schedule for the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship 2018. Will Team USA defend their title or will another champion emerge? #FIVBWomensWCH
The top volleyball nations will compete in the FIVB Women’s World Championship 2018. Here’s details on when and where it will be plus the tournament format.
If you are as excited as we are about the FIVB Volleyball World Championships 2018 then you’ll be desperate to know how to watch every game.
The day after last World Olympic Qualification Tournament’s matches, FIVB announced official pools composition for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Argentina made history on Sunday evening as they smashed Peru in straight sets (25-20, 25-20, 25-14) to qualify for their first-ever Olympic Games.
Argentina and Peru play this Sunday in Bariloche to decide who will win the South American women’s Qualifier and book their ticket to the Rio Olympics.
Peru coach Mauro Marasciulo hit back at critics after his team’s 3-0 (30-28, 25-22, 25-22) win over Colombia at the South American women’s Olympic qualifier.
The packed hall with Argentinian fans did not seem intimidating to veteran Brazilian coach Mauro Marasciulo, who has been training Team Peru for a year.
The South American women’s Olympic qualifier could not have started better for the fans, especially the Colombian ones.
Five teams will travel to Argentina to fight for one Olympic berth in the Women’s South America Olympic qualifier.
Volleyverse reporter Sidronio Henrique interviews Argentina superstars Mimi Sosa and Tatiana Rizzo ahead of the South American women’s Olympic qualifier.
Several top volleyball nations will have the benefit of a dress rehearsal at the Olympic venue – the revered Maracanãzinho – before the Rio Games next August.
World champions USA and fierce rivals China will fight it out in Pool A while hosts Japan have been drawn in a powerhouse Pool B ahead of next month’s FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Cup.