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Peter Pláteník looking forward the EuroVolley fights

Peter Pláteník looking forward the EuroVolley fights

The Czech national team succeeded at the 2010 World Championship in Italy primarily thanks to an excellent team performance. Coach Jan Svoboda always strived to build a team through individuals. The team was doing well. Suddenly, the Czech team had the second best setter, and the second best libero of the championship. Blockers were among the top ten. Peter Pláteník was even announced to be the best WC hitter. Czech volleyball hasn´t had such a personality on this post for a long time. The main topic with Peter Pláteník was certainly the local European Championship and Russia, where Peter will be playing in the next season.

(This interview was taken before the first Czech match against Portugal at EuroVolley 2011.)

 

Peter, how do you fell yourself while training the KV Arena? How satisfied are you with the training conditions and accommodation in Karlovy Vary?

The arena in Karlovy Vary is more than satisfactory. The conditions are on a high level regarding accommodation or staff,
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Italy proves favorite role in Pool C

The „Azzurri“ also won their second Eurovolley-match in Innsbruck. Finland played well and scored just 8 points less than Italy, but lost 0-3 (23-25, 25-27, 25-21).

To be honest, nobody expected that there would be more Finnish than Italian fans in the „Olympiahalle Innsbruck“. It seemed that even the Italian players were surprised by this fact, as they started pretty nervously in the match. The „Suomi“ calls from the stands helped Finland to take the early lead and keep it till the end. Everything was ready for a big surprise when Italy suddenly arrived in the game and overtook control. 4 consecutive points brought Italy back on winner’s road (25-23).

The second set started as the first one had ended before. A 4:0 mini-break put Italy in front. It took some time till Finland recovered from first set’s shock. Just because of strong services by Mikko Oivanen (3 winners), Finland was able to keep the game open till the end. They had the chance to win (23-22), but Italy countered again and us
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Serbia wins thriller against Slovenia

Serbia wins thriller against Slovenia

The pre-favorite of Pool A, Serbia, claimed on Sunday afternoon a second win after edging Slovenia 3:1. With this result the guys around superstar Ivan Miljkovic have already claimed a pass for the next round and are very much likely to advance directly to the 1/4 finals should they win also their last game of the prelims against Austria.


Serbia dominated the scene in the opening set where Slovenia could score only 9 points. Milos Nikic had already scored 8 for his side at the end of that set but the story changed in set 2 where Alen Sket stepped up to set the pace for Slovenia’s attack; although he pocketed 11 points all alone, still this was not enough to take home that section of the game which ended at 25-23 for the bronze medalists from last year’s Worlds in Italy.

After initially trailing down, Slovenia stormed back in set 3 to take the lead at 16:15 and with Serbia having troubles to finalize their side-out, the guys in green jerseys could go for the 2:1. The
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Belgium wins thriller in Pool C

Belgium wins thriller in Pool C

Hitchcock couldn’t have written a better screenplay, than the game story in Sunday’s first match between Belgium and France was like. Not less than 23 set points were played in the game. Belgium had the better end and beat France 3-1 (31-29, 34-36, 25-20, 26-24) after 125 minutes.

Belgium had made the better start in the game (12-8), when France came up and even took the lead (16:19) in the opening set. But the Belgians didn’t give up and worked hard for their first two set points in this match (24-22). France tried everything to counter, but Belgium finally used their seventh opportunity to save the first set (31-29).

Those who thought, that the game couldn’t get more exciting were disabused. France set the pace almost all the way in set two. Belgium closed a gap twice (14-19, 21-23) and had the chance to come out on top. This time France converted his seventh set point to equal the score (36-34)- Belgium missed five chances.

Despite winning the second set, France couldn’t keep the mo
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Festival of colorful mini-volleyball in Karlovy Vary

Festival of colorful mini-volleyball in Karlovy Vary

Almost 750 children came to Karlovy Vary to play mini-volleyball.

 

At present, Karlovy Vary are hosting not only top European volleyball teams but also hundreds of youth teams. 743 from all the Czech Republic aged 6 to 12 years came here to compete in several mini-volleyball categories. Mini-volleyball is, in fact, a „miniature“ of the classic game for the 4th – 6th grades. It enables children from the age of 6 to play volleyball on a standard court as the adults do. The court is, however, slightly smaller and the net is lower. Five colors differentiate five kinds of mini-volleyball. So in Karlovy Vary, the yellow, orange, red, green and blue mini-volleyball was played. It is worth mentioning that the project “Mini-volleyball in colors” is financially funded by the World Volleyball Federation FIVB.

Organizers in Karlovy Vary managed to organize the competition on an excellent level. 215 teams were divided into five categorie. Five groups, seven participants each were competing for
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