The schedule of 2020 Tokyo Olympic volleyball (Part 2)

Italy will play its first match on July 25 against Canada, while Japan will play Venezuela and Poland will play Iran on the same day.

Men’s content schedule

In the women’s content (starting from July 26), the special tone is expected in Group A, which brings together both the Brazilian candidate and the two volleyball backgrounds that have made a great deal in Olympic history, Japan and Serbia. The hosts Japan twice won the 1964 and 1976 Olympics, including the first 1964 Olympics they played as the host.

Serbia has recently surprised, especially at the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil. The representative of the European women’s volleyball village made it to the finals, and even after failing to beat the Chinese team (Serbia lost 1-3), the team also wrote a new page full of competition for Serbian volleyball.

12 women’s teams participated in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games

Protecting the silver medal plate is not easy, but the current world champion that teachers and coaches Zoran Terzic holds (won in 2018), and the title of European Championship 2019, are the facilities for this team to continue to believe in a good journey of themselves.

In this group A, in addition to Serbia, Brazil and Japan, there are Korean teams, Dominican Republic and Kenya.

In Group B, the war for the top rankings is even more fierce. The current Chinese champion will face the heavy opponents including the US, Russia, Italy, while Argentina and Turkey.

Women’s content schedule

Coach Karch Kiraly has an advantage when preparing the plan to summon the US team. That is his students have been playing in the top volleyball tournaments in the world.

The US volleyball team feel more confident in the race to the peak of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. This is the arena that they still have dreamed but never won a gold medal in his entire history.

Three times in the past, the US team came close to winning, but ended up losing to China (at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles) and the last two times against Brazil (at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and London 2012).

The schedule of 2020 Tokyo Olympic volleyball (Part 1)

Recently, the World Volleyball Federation (FIVB) has officially finalized the schedule of volleyball at the Tokyo Olympic 2020, after selecting enough 12 men’s and 12 women’s teams on continents to win the right to participate.

On July 25, the men’s content will start, while the women’s content will take place one day later (starting July 26). However, due to COVID-19 pandemic, the schedule may be changed.

In the men’s event, the defending Brazilian champions of Group B were very tense. The clashing with Argentina, Russia, the United States, Tunisia and France. Interestingly, the top 3 volleyball platforms in the world have won the gold medal 3 times in the past. Russia was formerly the Soviet Union, having won gold in 1964, 1968 and 1980.

Brazil was the closest team to ascend to the throne in Rio de Janeiro 2016, while the US and Russia won gold in the 2012 and 2008 seasons. But surely, both the US and Russia want to improve their rankings at the Olympics of the Year. now, do not want to continue to face each other in the third match as in 2016 (then, the US team won 3-2 to win bronze).

As scheduled in Group B, Brazil will play the first match against Tunisia on July 25. Meanwhile, the US team will face France and Russia against Argentina. The match against the first team in this group took place on 27-7, when the US vs Russia.

12 men’s teams participated in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games

In Group A, the Italian runner-up team is highly appreciated, standing out over the same group rivals as Poland, Japan, Venezuela, Canada and Iran. In particular, in an effort to make the dream of the first Olympic champions come true, the team from the country of boots will enlist “plan” fast group stage to focus on the next round.

The opponents that are expected to get in the way of the first place in Group A are Poland, Canada and especially the “unknown” Japan, the host team of the 2020 Olympic Games.

Top beautiful and talented female volleyball players in the world (Part 2)

Laura Dijkema (Netherlands)

The Dutch girl was one of the best volleyball athletes in Europe for many years. She helped the Netherlands national team to win gold in the European Championships in 2015 and 2017.

At the World Grand Prix, Laura Dijkema and the Netherlands won the bronze medal in 2016. She also frequently appears on the cover of the country’s fashion.

Francesca Piccinini (Italy)

Piccinini is one of the best volleyball stars in Italian history and the world. Noticeably, this beautiful athlete has won many titles such as World Championship 2002, World Cup 2007, World Grand Champions Cup 2009.

In Europe, she won two European Championship titles in 2007 and 2009. Piccinini was frequently invited as a photo model and appeared on reality TV shows of Italy.

Jaqueline Carvalho (Brazil)

She is a mainstay of the women’s volleyball team that won two consecutive Olympic Games in Beijing 2008 and London 2012. Carvalho is the mainstay of the Brazilian volleyball team that has dominated the world for a long time. The owner, born in 1983, has won 5 World Grand Prix and 2 World Grand Champions Cups.

Nataliya Goncharova (Russia)

Nataliya Goncharova is considered as one of the best volleyball players Russia has ever produced. In her career, she has won countless titles with the Russian national team, such as the 2010 World Championship, the European Championship in 2013 and 2015, the 2015 silver medal Grand Prix.

At the age of 30, Nataliya Goncharova is still devoted. Recently, she and her teammates won the 2019 silver medal World Cup held in Japan.

The beating on the barrier of owner Zhu Ting Zhu Ting is now the number one owner of Chinese women’s volleyball and the world. However, she is always a fear to all opponents when owning a height of 1.98 m, good rebound and powerful ball smashing.

Top beautiful and talented female volleyball players in the world (Part 1)

Many beautiful female volleyball players in the world, but not everyone converges both beauty and talent. However, the list of female volleyball players below will amaze you because of their perfection in both beauty and talent. Let’s check out some of the most beautiful volleyball players in the world as follows.

The volleyball athletes come from many countries all around the world, including the USA.

Natalia Malykh (Russia)

The girl born in 1993 is one of the stars of the Russian volleyball team. Having been recruited since 2013, Natalia Malykh has achieved many successes by helping the Russian national team to win Europe in 2013 and 2015 and won the 2015 Grand Prix Medal and the 2014 Grand Prix Medal.

Possessing a delicate face with a high nose bridge and beautiful eyes, Natalia Malykh has been repeatedly invited as a model photo of fashion birch magazines.

Zehra Gunes (Turkey)

At the age of 20, Zehra Gunes is the new idol of European volleyball. Along with the Turkish national team, Zehra Gunes won the European Medal in 2019. Besides, Zehra Gunes also won the HCB FIVB Nations League in 2018.

In real life, Zehra Gunes still has the cute and mischievous features of a teenager in her twenties.

Andrea Drews (USA)

She was born in 1993 and was once named one of the best volleyball players in the world. Along with the US national team, Andrea Drews won two FIVB Nations League championships in 2018 and 2019.

Besides, Andrea Drews also won the 2019 World Cup Gold Medal, the 2017 World Grand Champions Cup Medal. She comes from the famous American student sports system (NCAA).

The history and development of volleyball in the USA

The history of volleyball is tied to an American game of passing hands back and forth. In the middle of the nineteenth century, people named this sport volleyball. Although not a sport with a long history, but volleyball has attracted the attention of millions of people around the world.

History of volleyball development in the world

Many people often wonder how volleyball history is? Where does volleyball history come from? In fact, volleyball is a sport formed in America. Its attractiveness and interest has attracted people from all over the world to participate. Let’s learn about the history of volleyball history as well as the rules and equipment used in volleyball from the moment we were born until now!

From a game called Mintonette volleyball gradually formed and developed in the US. Mintonette is a game devised by a teacher, to play this game the player only needs to pass the ball through a 6.6 foot high net. Although it is considered to be a tennis ball, it is completely non-racquet.

Volleyball was officially named Volleyball in 1896 in a conference among religious members. Since its inception, for the sake of playing volleyball, this sport has grown at a dizzying pace. In 1916, this sport was officially recognized by the American University Sports Association as a game loved and practiced by thousands of American citizens.

Volleyball was first introduced to the Games in the Philippines in 1913. In the following years, volleyball continued to grow and become a prominent sport. The proof is consecutive sports tournaments are held.

Volleyball rules were first drafted in the USA

In the US, the volleyball law was first compiled for the first time in the United States in 1897. The new Volleyball Law was composed of 10 articles, clearly defining how to mark the pitch, how to play, how to play high grid, … The law also clearly stated that the player must stand 1 leg on the horizontal line, open hands when hitting the ball. Especially if the ball foul is played again for the first time.

Also in volleyball history, the rules for calculating points are very clear. Accordingly, each time the opponent is unable to block the ball, the player gets 1 point. If the ball hits the net or falls into a line, it is considered a violation.

In addition, the new law of volleyball has not mentioned the official hand of volleyball referee. However, these are just the most basic rules of this sport, in the development process it was revised and supplemented to be more appropriate.

The USA volleyball team and the Tokyo Olympic 2020 (Part 2)

Italy will play its first match on July 25 against Canada. Meanwhile, Japan will play Venezuela and Poland will play Iran on the same day.

In women’s content

In the women’s content (starting from July 26), the special tone is expected in Group A. This brings together both the Brazilian candidate and the two other teams that have made a great deal in Olympic history, Japan. and Serbia. The hosts Japan twice won the 1964 and 1976 Olympics, including the first 1964 Olympics they played as the host.

Serbia has recently surprised, especially at the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil. The representative of the European women’s volleyball village made it to the finals. This happened even after failing to beat the Chinese team (Serbia lost 1-3), the team also wrote a new page full of competition. for Serbian volleyball.

Protecting the HCB plate is not easy, but the current world champion that teachers and coaches Zoran Terzic holds (won in 2018), and the title of European Championship 2019, are the facilities For this team to continue to believe in a good journey of themselves.

The groups

In group A, in addition to the trio of Serbia, Brazil and Japan, there are Korean, Dominican Republic and Kenya.

In Group B, the war for the top rankings is even more fierce. The current Chinese champion will face the heavy opponents including the volleyball teams of USA, Russia, Italy, while Argentina and Turkey all want Make a special impression.

Coach Karch Kiraly has an advantage when preparing the plan to summon the US team. His students have been playing in the top volleyball tournaments in many countries like Brazil, Japan, China, Italy, Turkey and Russia.

Therefore, playing more football and experiencing with many subjects will help the US team feel more confident. The race to the peak of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the arena is not easy. And the USA’s volleyball teams have still dreamed of but never won a gold medal in his entire history.

Three times in the past, the USA’s volleyball team came close to winning, but ended up losing to China (at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles) and the last two times against Brazil (at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and London 2012).

The USA volleyball team and the Tokyo Olympic 2020 (Part 1)

Recently, the World Volleyball Federation (FIVB) has officially finalized the schedule of volleyball at the Tokyo Olympic 2020, after selecting enough 12 men’s and 12 women’s teams on continents to win the right to participate. On July 25, the men’s content will start, while the women’s content will take place one day later (starting July 26).

Men’s content

In the men’s content, the defending Brazilian champions Group B were very tense. There are Argentina, Russia, the United States, Tunisia and France. Interestingly, the top 3 volleyball platforms in the world Brazil, USA and Russia have won the same gold medal in the Olympic arena 3 times in the past. Russia was formerly the Soviet Union, having won gold at the 1964 Olympic Games, 1968 and 1980.

Brazil was the closest team to ascend to the throne in Rio de Janeiro 2016. Meanwhile, the US and Russia won gold in the 2012 and 2008 seasons. But surely, both the US and Russia want to improve their rankings at the Olympics. They do not want to continue to face each other in the third match as in 2016.

As scheduled in Group B, Brazil will play the first match against Tunisia on July 25, while the USA volleyball team will face France and Russia against Argentina. The match against the first team in this group took place on 27-7, when the US vs Russia.

In Group A, the Italian runner-up team is highly appreciated. The team stands out over the same group rivals as Poland, Japan, Venezuela, Canada and Iran. In particular, in an effort to make the dream of the first Olympic champions come true, the team from the country of boots will enlist “plan” fast group stage to focus on the next round.

The opponents that are expected to get the first place in Group A are Poland, Canada. Besides, Japan, the host team of the 2020 Olympic Games, is a heavy opponent.