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SWATCH FIVB Beach Volleyball World CHAMIONSHIPS 2011 – ROMA – The courts on Fire !

Another Hot day in Rome and not only because the sun, most of the matches on all the courts was very interesting to follow. Most of the Top seeded are still on the road but we had great surprises too. Kessy/Ross, who defeated Juliana/Larissa in the 2009 FIVB Swatch World Championships in Stavanger, Norway, needed […]

SWATCH FIVB Beach Volleyball World CHAMIONSHIPS 2011 – ROMA – A great first day

The SWATCH FIVB World Championships starts yesterday with great games and surprises. The thrill of onset combined with the difficulty of finding the favorites ,on the other side, of the tournament. The couple Orsi-Toth – Benazzi pays a heavy duty against Larissa -Juliana (21-7, 21-9) and is already looking to tomorrow’s race against the German […]

SWATCH FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour 2011 – Myslowice Open – Great Result for Italians Greta Cicolari and Marta Menegatti

Greta Cicolari and Marta Menegatti after the semi finals (Source photo: Beach Volley News) Great results for the european teams with 3 teams on the 5 first ranked teams and Special mention to Greta Cicolari and Marta Menegatti. Record for the Italian beach volleyball. Marta Menegatti and Greta Cicolari won the Silver at the Myslowice […]

Swatch FIVB World Championships – Welcome to Rome 2011 – Benvenuti a Roma 2011

Giulia Momoli – Roma 2010 (Source photo : Karim Levy) The countdown has started for the FIVB Swatch Beach Volleyball World Championships Rome 2011, where the best male and female beach volleyball players around the world will compete for the premier title in international beach volleyball from June 13-19. After hosting a men’s Open in […]

Swatch FIVB World Championships – Rome 2011 – Change of date

The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) announced on Monday that the 2011 FIVB Beach Volleyball Swatch World Championships in Rome, Italy, will now take place from June 13-19, having been brought forward a week from the original dates of June 16-26. The change means that the biennial World Championships will now run over seven days, intensifying […]