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Mr. André Meyer at the Moser glass manufactory

 

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Foto: Mr. André Meyer at the Moser glass manufactory

 

Who would guess that volleyball can be such a drudgery. Even CEV President Mr. André Meyer learnt about it. During his official program after his visit to the Karlovy Vary City Council, he tried to buggle out his impressions of Karlovy Vary using a traditional blowing pipe at the Moser glassworks.

You can read the result out of the Mr. Meyer´s eyes.

 

Russian powerhoused Czechs

In the last match of the preliminary pool B, the Czech national team did not match up with the currently best world team – Russians deserved to win 3:0 (19,14,18) and qualified from the first place to the quarterfinals. Ahead of the Czech players is Wednesday´s semifinal battle with Poland, the third team of Pool D, played in Prague.

Local guys entered the match very bravely and they kept pace with the Russians up to the score 10-10. Both teams were carefully watching their attacks after serving and setting. Before the second technical time-out the Russians got into a three-point lead. They intensified their strength at the serve. Two Czech receptions ended up on the Russian half and Russian hitters, without any compromise, punished them. Russia finished the first set in peace and won it 25-10.

In the subsequent sets, Russia created a sufficient lead from the very beginning. Players enjoyed the game and they demonstrated their calm in successful attacks and defence on the net. Russians
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NOW IN VIENNA: Finland, France and Italy

NOW IN VIENNA: Finland, France and Italy

Matti und Mikko Oivanen – Finland‘s Turbo-Twins!  

Many teams would be happy to have just one Oivanen in their ranks. Finland has two of them: Matti and Mikko Oivanen are probably the most renowned twins on the volleyball courts in Europe.

Outside the court it is difficult to tell them apart because at the first glace the two resemble each other like two volleyballs. However, if both are on the court the difference is obvious: Mikko acts a swing spiker while Matti’s role is that of the middleblocker.

 In 2005 they celebrated their debut in the Finish national team on the same day. In 2006 their paths separated when they started to play for different clubs. Ever since then their careers have gathered momentum. Both play for clubs outside Finland in Europe’s top leagues.

 In the preliminary matches of Pool C in Innsbruck the two brothers proved their value for the Finish team. In the decisive encounter Mikko was best scorer and made life difficult for the Belgian block. Also Matti demonstrated h
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