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German volleyball live

Posted by devo on January 17, 2010

On Monday, 18/01 at 19:20 –  (19/01 at 5:20 AESST) Spobox.tv transmits live and  free the Bavarian derby VC francs vs Generali Haching. spobox.tv – Bundesliga LIVE und KOSTENLOS

UPDATE: If you slept in ;{ you can catch the match here.

With four wins on the trot, and now in seventh place, the German team of Aussie coach Mark Lebedew and Aussie player Tom Bawden will be a good watch for early risers. Volleyball Club FrankenTranslation

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Howard video

Posted by devo on January 17, 2010

You can watch Aussie Dan Howard #15 starting for – Marmi Lanza Verona ~ Translation – vs RPA Luigibacchi.it in the Italian League at legavolley

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Spike up and running

Posted by devo on January 11, 2010

The guys over at Spike Online appear to have gained a new lease of life. There has been a steady stream of content for the new year. Always worth a read, Spike is always willing to tell it as it is. As a new year’s treat, Spike‘s complete photo catalog has now been released to the public. And they’re working on a brand new photo gallery engine so stay tuned for more updates – and perhaps most importantly – more recent photos, to be added very soon.

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German Bundesliga

Posted by devo on December 23, 2009

On http://www.spobox.tv/ you can watch the most recent match of VC Franken (Mark Lebedew (C), Tom BawdenVolleyball Club FrankenTranslation) and other matches in the German Bundesliga

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Lozza has a win

Posted by devo on December 18, 2009

Lauren Bertolacci CV Cuesta PiedraTranslationSpain superligahas notched up her first win for the season in the Spanish Superliga in a tight 5 setter.

Tubillete.com Aireuropa Tenf. lost to Traysesa Santa Cruz 2 – 3 (23-25/25-17/25-17/19-25/12-15)

You can check out the team, and Lozza pretending to speak Spanish, here.

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aussies in Italy video

Posted by devo on December 10, 2009

In the Italian League: Dan Howard‘s – Marmi Lanza VeronaTranslation vs Paul Carrol‘s – Yoga ForliTranslation:  Check out the video and the stats

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Refs’ resource

Posted by devo on December 8, 2009

The FIVB Multimedia Teaching Material for Referees 2009 is now available online on the FIVB website.

… an innovative tool for introducing the complete set of Indoor Volleyball rules and regulations to Indoor Volleyball referee instructors, referees and even players and fans. Everything from the rulebook, to refereeing guidelines, protocol and instructions are included while issues such as how to check a completed score sheet are also covered.

Click here to view the FIVB Multimedia Teaching Material for Referees 2009

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Oz Volleyball Team

Posted by devo on December 7, 2009

Some pictures of the Oz-Volleyball team streaming the MAVL final at MSAC yesterday. Check out their site to see the MAVL finals if you missed them over the weekend.



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Men’s AVL Finals Live This Weekend

Posted by Robbo on December 5, 2009

Three games from the Final Round of the Men’s Australian Volleyball League Season will be streamed live on the OZ Volleyball Channel from the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre this weekend. The final 4 teams are QAS Pirates, AIS, UTSSU and Volleyball WA.

Update: Due to large costs at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre, the games might not be streamed Live on air. We will still be recording and commentating the games but might have to stream them onto the website at a later time (then they will be available to watch at anytime). DVD’s of the games should also be available in the coming weeks. We apologise for the change at the last minute.

Update #2: Thanks to the AVF getting on board and supporting us, we are now able to stream the 3 games Live.

The schedule is:

  • Preliminary Final – Saturday 5th December @ 6pm – Loser of Pirates vs AIS play winner of UTSSU vs WA
  • Bronze Medal Final – Sunday 6th December @ 12noon – Loser of UTSSU vs WA play loser of Prelim Final
  • Gold Medal Final – Sunday 6th December @ 2pm (maybe delayed depending on previous game) – Winner of Pirates vs AIS play winner of Prelim Final

The coverage will start 20 minutes prior to each match and will be run by a number of commentators, and will also feature some interviews of ex-national players, people involved with the current AVL season and also spectators.

If you like what you’ve seen on the channel or would like to see more games in the future, please show your support by donating. The more support that OZ Volleyball can get, the more games that can be streamed and the better equipment we can use. Donations can be made by clicking the donate button, which will take you to the Paypal site.

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CEV Indesit Champions League live

Posted by devo on December 3, 2009

LAOLA1.tv will broadcast the entire season of the 2009/2010 CEV Indesit Champions League. Volleyball fans from all over the world can enjoy Europe’s best club teams at www.laola1.tv

All games are available as free on-demand clips in full length and at the best streaming quality. Moreover, all users of www.laola1.tv have access to current scores, standings, and many editorial reports or interviews with players and coaches.

No registration or log-in is needed to enjoy the live streams, on-demand videos. To have a look at the online platform specifically conceived for the CEV Indesit Champions League click here

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Carroll video

Posted by devo on November 15, 2009

Thanks to the Yoga Volley Forli blog translated –  for this link to Legavolley web tv, where you can watch Aussie Paul Carroll playing for Forli against Perugia.

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on another note…

Posted by markleb on November 13, 2009

Volleyball can be amusing too. I had to laugh at the last one. Click here.

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Canadian games live

Posted by devo on November 8, 2009

HOME GAMES STREAMED ONLINE. This year the Brandon Bobcats will have all of their home games streamed online. This enables family and friends nationally and internationally to log on and watch the games from their homes. This certainly is exciting for the program and a step in the right direction.

http://www2.brandonu.ca/athletics/live/index.asp

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AVF – coaching resources online

Posted by devo on November 7, 2009

The AVF are continuing to update resources for all involved in volleyball. They have articles, presentations and weblinks posted onto an additional resources page.

The newest addition is from a company called  Athlete Assessments. Their company focuses a lot on coaching, the relationships between coaches and athletes, and the importance of these realtionships. The presenter is Bo Hansen, a former rower who represented Australia at 4 Olympics. www.athleteassessments.com

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Luke’s video update

Posted by devo on October 26, 2009

Luke Campbell has uploaded some more videos onto his site so that players around the country can see the national team in action, and also see the level of real club volleyball. They are a free download.

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Igor Yudin highlights

Posted by devo on October 25, 2009

A nice video highlighting Igor Yudin playing in Poland on this Volleyball Movies site. Lots of other video clips are also listed, including highlights of Australia at World Cup 07.

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Yoga Volley Forli video

Posted by devo on October 21, 2009

My corresspondent reports that Simone at Yoga Forli Volleyball makes up movie clips on youtube and runs the Forli volleyball blog. My correspondent also reports that he watched a Forli game on Tele1 the other night. “It wasn’t bad, but I had no idea what was being said!”

The games of Yoga Volley Forlì can be seen streaming on http://www.tele1.it/ every Tuesday at 5:30 pm and every Wednesdays at 9:30 pm Italian time. A chance to catch up on Aussie Paul Carroll playing in Italy.

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Aussies fight for 5th place

Posted by devo on October 4, 2009

asian men logo 09AsianVolleyball1On the second last day of the Asian Men’s Volleyball Championships, Australia will be fighting for a 5th place finish.

Iran will play South Korea and China will play Japan in the Championship semi-final. scores and draw ~ video of semis (8pm / 10pm AESST – note that this is betting site)

UPDATE: China vs Japan 2-3 (25-20, 25-23, 22-25, 26-28, 10-15)

UPDATE: Iran vs South Korea 3-2 (24-26, 25-20, 26-28, 25-17, 15-11) Iran are having a great championship. They defeated China for their first time ever; they are now into their first championship gold medal match. Previously they have a 3rd in 2003; a 4th in 1995.

UPDATE: Kazakhstan defeated Australia 3-2 (17-25, 25-21, 13-25, 25-22, 15-11) Australia will play for 7th position tomorrow.

Kazakhstan was hailed as final set victors against Australia in a five-set close match in the 5th to 8th semi-finals at the 15th Asian Senior Men’s Volleyball Championship at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium on Sunday.

The first set naturally saw both teams sizing up each other, neither taking a solid lead over the other. Kazakhstan relied on Svyatoslav Miklashevich at the scoring helm while setter Matthew Young distributed the ball to nearly everyone on the Australian court. Young outsmarted the Kazaks with a dink at 8-7 by the first technical timeout. The Australians then utilized their blocking game plan with 212cm-tall Thomas Edgar manning the net. The move paid off as Australia augmented its lead to 16-11. … Australia was persistent with its blocking with Andrew Grant also helping out on defence as they took the first set 25-17.

Kazakhstan tried to come off the huddle by utilizing its other offensive options. Marat Imangliyev stepped up by firing at the Australian court with back row stunners. The set came to a tight situation once again at 7-7 but Travis Passier slammed an attack down the middle, causing the Australians to take their eighth point of the second set. The Kazaks found themselves with even more options courtesy of Asset Bazarkulov who delivered crucial points. Kazakhstan took the 16-11 lead with their more fluid orchestration. Australia tried to fuel a scoring run and capitalized on their opponents’ ball handling errors but the attempt only ended on a futile note. Kazakhstan took the second set with 25-21.

Australia came back strong in the third set by reverting to their game plan of distributing the ball. They attacked from all areas of their court and took advantage of the Kazaks’ faulty floor defence. Everything seemed to work in favour of the Australians with their opponents even falling for decoys. Australia also toiled with their defence, saving the ball as much as they could. By the second technical timeout, Australia’s efforts paid off with a 16-11 lead. Australia’s second setter Shane Alexander served nearly flawlessly from the end line and zeroed in on the reception mishaps of the Kazaks. The third set ended with a huge lead for the Australians, 25-13.

The fourth set saw a reversal of fortune for the two teams. It was now Australia who was hounded by errors while the Kazaks tried to enlist more of their other players in the scoring department. Kazakhstan took an early 8-3 lead. Adam White tried to steer the Australian offense and came to fore with back-to-back kills. The Australians managed to inch closer to the Kazak lead of 16-15. The Australians tried to regenerate their defence with their tall line up but the Kazaks’ power prevailed at 25-22 to force a fifth set.

The final set proved to be a head-to-head match, each team relying on their usual gunners: MIklasevich and Imangliyev for Kazakhstan, White and Thomas for Australia. A surprise hit from Kazak captain Dmitriy Gorbatkov took the Kazaks to an 8-7 lead. Kazakhstan persisted with their defensive stance to neutralize the opposing team’s attacks. Australia relied too much on their outside hitting that Kazakhstan knew all too well to deflect. Kazakhstan took the match with a 15-11 win in the deciding set. more@avc

Classification 5th–8th

5th–8th places 5th / 6th place
4 October – Manila
Kazakhstan
Australia
5 October – Manila
5–8 1 Winner
5–8 2 Winner
7th / 8th place
4 October – Manila 5 October – Manila
Indonesia 5–8 1 Loser
Chinese Taipei 5–8 2 Loser

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Jenny Kirk Match 5 Live Tonight

Posted by Robbo on October 2, 2009

oz-volleyball tvThe final match of the Jenny Kirk Cup will be streamed live tonight on the OZ Volleyball Channel from the State Volleyball Centre in Dandenong. The broadcast will begin around 6:50pm, with the game scheduled to start at 7pm (AEST).

 The teams come into the 5th and deciding match both with 2 wins. It should make for a great game.

Apologies for the non-streaming of game 1 last Sunday night. We were informed only once we got to the stadium that there was no internet available.

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Resources for sale

Posted by devo on September 30, 2009

The AVF now have a page dedicated to the resources available to the volleyball communityhttp://www.avf.org.au/index.php?id=1209

John Cheadle, Sport Development Manager at Volleyball Australia says, “The feedback I have received from various people involved in our sport is that there isn’t enough resources available to them. Hopefully this should help quench their thirst.”

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