After suffering a narrow defeat to the Netherlands, Japan bounced back with a straight sets victory over Mexico in the FIVB Women’s World Championship 2018.
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.
Although all tickets to Rio were given away on Saturday, teams stepped in on court with Italy topping the WOQT table at the end of competition.
Day 6 at the WOQT in Japan brought all the answers about the four teams that will be competing in Rio 2016. Read full recap at Volleyverse!
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.
Day 2 at the World Olympic Qualification Tournament brought us first, surprising, victory of Peru & Japan’s strong position as the WOQT leader.
Thailand surprised the audience with victory over Dominican Republic during opening day of the FIVB World Olympic Qualification Tournament in Japan.
World Olympic Qualifier kicks off in Tokyo on Saturday. Volleyverse shares predictions on the top four teams. Do you agree? Share your voice!
World Qualifier dates announced for Men and Women tournaments in Tokyo. Top teams from Europe, Asia & the Americas will compete for qualification.
Six nations have qualified for the women’s volleyball tournament at the Rio Olympics, with six spots on offer for the main event starting on August 6.
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.
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.