World giants Cuba won the gold medal of the unique World League Group 3 finals after a hard fought win against hosts Turkey in a thrilling marathon of five sets.
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Last Sunday, Vietnamese and Philippine troops displayed unity by playing beach volleyball together on a disputed island located in the South China Sea. Now China is PISSED OFF!
The FIVB hosted Chinese beach volleyball players Xue Chen and Xia Xinyi for a social media Q&A with the home-team at Fuzhou, with questions collected from fans.
The 29th edition of the Montreux Volley Masters will welcome the current top three teams in the world, namely Brazil, USA & Japan.
Oh No! Such a sad and bad news for the American spiker and 2012 Olympic silver medalist. Is it that serious? We hope not. She’s been playing well with Team Evergrande.
Savani finally talks about his move to play in the Chinese League. The 31 year old talks about one of the most life changing decisions he has ever made in his volleyball career.
Former star players Virna Dias, Feng Kun from China and Japan’s Yoshie Takeshita share their thoughts in a series of blog entries released by the FIVB about the Grand Prix Finals.
It’s official! The world’s most powerful female volleyball coach has been hired to lead China’s women’s volleyball team from 2013 up to the 2016 Olympic cycle.
After a long battle with the Big C, former star player of the Chinese squad has died at the age of 58. On behalf of volleyball fans from around the world, our condolences to Chen’s loved ones. 安息
Full Recap of the 2012/2013 edition of the Chinese League (men & women). We got the complete results of the finals and pictures for you to enjoy!
Eeeekkkkk! We’ve heard bits and pieces of this shocking sexual harassment scandal in China a few weeks ago and now we finally found more concrete details.
In an interview with pzps.pl, the 29 year old opposite hitter, who currently plays for Guangdong Evergrande Volleyball Club, aims to defend their Chinese League Crown.
We’re still NOT convinced that Wang Yimei is fit & ready to play. The other players expected to lead are outside hitter Hui Ruoqi. midde blockers Yang Junjing & Ma Yunwen & setter Wei Qiuyue. What do you think of China’s roster?
The excuse is pretty legit! China played TERRIBLE at the 2009 Grand Prix & since they did it again the coach has another excuse! Not the internet this time. Hah!
Definitely not the kind of news we want to hear and post knowing the Olympics is just months away. China’s Wang injured her ankle which required surgery to fix it. Ugh! Will she make it to London?