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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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Italy beats Belgium in four sets

Innsbruck, Austria, September 10, 2011 – In Saturday’s second game in Innsbruck, Italia won against Belgium 3-1 (22-25, 25-18, 29-27, 25-15). Italia is now leading Pool C of the 2011 CEV Volleyball European Championship duo to a better points ration compared to France. Belgium couldn’t take advantage of the win of the first set.

Like in Saturday’s first match in Innsbruck, the team that had won the first lost the match. It took some time till Italy found a recipe against Belgium’s high-speed offense, led by setter Captain Frank Depestele. Also Italy’s service wasn’t as efficient as in the end of the match. Belgium used his chances and won the opening set 25-22.

In the second set Italy achieved to decrease Belgium’s reception percentage dramatically and created good opportunities for blocking. Seven kill blocks by Italy in the second set were the result – the “Squadra Azzurra“ took that second set quite easily.

The most important set was for sure that third. Belgium almost led the whole
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Serbia celebrates dominates against Turkey

Serbia celebrates dominates against Turkey

Serbia punctuated it’s rank as one of the favorites to win the 2011 CEV European Championship for Men on Saturday as it celebrated an impressive 3:0 (25:16, 25:18, 25:20)-win in 72 minutes against Turkey.

The Bronze medal winner of the FIVB World Championships 2010 dominated the game right from the start puzzling the Turkish team with an array of different effective variations in their attack. On the other hand the Serbian defense frustrated their opponents when they erased numerous offensive efforts.

Ivan Miljkovic, who had 19 points to lead all scorers, headed a strong team effort, that never allowed any doubts who would win this game. He was supported by Nikola Kovacevic and Dragan Stankovic who chipped in 10 points each. Burutay Subasi was Turkey’s top scorer with 9 points, while Serhat Coskun added eight.

While the presence of Miljkovic was always felt, Turkey struggled to find a rhythm all the way. When the Serbian top scorer was subbed out at the end of the third set, Turkey
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