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Europe dominates FIVB Men's World Championship

 

Tschechien-aufmThe European participants continue to have terrific success at the FIVB Men's World Championship. Among the 12 teams that have made it to the 3rd round are eight European nations. Seven 3rd round teams will also play at the EuroVolley 2011: France, World Championship-host Italy, Serbia, Russia, Bulgaria, Germany and EuroVolley-co-host Czech Republic. Spain, that will also play for a semi final spot at the World Championship, is the only European team that did not qualify for the EuroVolley 2011.

 

Starting Monday the twelve best teams of the FIVB Men's World Championship in Italy will compete in four groups of the 3rd round for the semi final spots. While the pool winners still have the chance to capture the title, the others have to settle for the 5th to 12th place.

 

Bulgaria upset defending champions Brazil 25-18, 25-20, 25-20 on Saturday night in the concluding match in second round Pool N, played out in front of 6,050 fans at the PalaRossini in Ancona. With three teams ranked in the world's top seven, the 'pool of death' had already claimed the hopes of Poland, meaning Bulgaria and Brazil were already sure of their progress and that their meeting simply determined which third-round group the two powerhouse teams would play in. Bulgaria, who had finished a disappointing third in their first-round group, will now compete in Pool Q in Florence, while Brazil move into Pool R, where the South Americans will face the Czech Republic and Germany, home of Austria’s national team Headcoach Michael Warm.

 

“I didn’t expect this performance of the Czech Republic. It seems like they had an excellent preparation. To this point the Czechs basically played a perfect tournament”,  said Warm. “If you look at the strong performance of the European teams, then you’ll realize, what a long, rocky road still awaits us to the EuroVolley 2011”, continued the Austrian Headcoach.

 

FIVB World Championships 2010, Italy

3rd round, October 4th/5th:
Pool O, Rome
France
USA
Italy

Pool P, Florence
Serbia

Argentina
Russia

Pool Q, Florence
Bulgaria
Cuba
Spain

Pool R, Rome
Germany

Czech Republic
Brazil