A sorry finish in the SEA Games doesn’t hamper the spirit of the Philippine national team in its quest for glory. And a Thai coach expressed optimism over its future.
Thailand kicked out the national women’s volleyball team of Finals contention in the 29th SEA Games but the Nationals still have a chance to take home the bronze.
Who are the players to look out for to see if they can make a big impact in the 29th SEA Games?
Both the men and women’s national volleyball teams will be aiming for glory in the 29th SEA Games. Here’s everything you need to know about its Malaysia edition this 2017.
If you are to choose the 19th Asian Senior Women’s Championship Most Valuable Player, who will it be?
No less than the Thai coach believes that the Filipinos have what it takes to make it to the finals of the SEA Games. Will the national team players take it as a motivation?
Southeast Asian (SEA) Games 12-time champion Thailand moves to the semifinals of the 19th Asian Senior Women’s Championship as it eliminated the home team.
AFTER five days of action-packed volleyball, only two teams remained perfect — South Korea and Japan — in the Asian Senior Women Championship.
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.
Everything you could possibly need to know about the 19th AVC Asian Senior Women’s Championship, being held in the Philippines.
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.
Watch Thailand v Peru online on day 7 of the Women’s World Qualifiers for Rio 2016 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. Game starts at 03:55 GMT on 22nd May 2016.
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!
Korea can be the first to secure Olympic berth at WOQT in the upcoming match vs Thailand. Potential loss will end Olympic dream for Thai.
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 is back on the Day 5, starting with all-Asian duel Thailand vs Kazkahstan! Watch live online via FIVB & Volleyverse here!
Echo of the controversial tie-break between Japan & Thailand at WOQT continues today as Thai team can’t accept referee’s decisions form the 5th set.
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.
Watch Japan v Thailand online on day 4 of the Women’s World Qualifiers for Rio 2016 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. Game starts at 10:20 GMT on 18th May 2016.
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.