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Japan women's national volleyball team - Wikipedia

Japan Nickname(s) Nippon (火の鳥NIPPON) [1] Association Japan Volleyball Association [2] Head coach Kumi Nakada FIVB ranking 5 (as of 12 June 2021) Uniforms.

Women’s Volleyball push third-ranked Carabins to limit - The Fulcrum

Following a string of tough losses, the University of Ottawa Women’s Volleyball team pushed the University of Montreal Carabins, ...

5th place : Montréal claims fifth place by beating Laval in straight ...

Women’s Volleyball. ... In a duel between Québec rivals, it was the RSEQ champion Montreal Carabins who dominated the host Laval Rouge et Or 30-28, 25-19, 25-7 Sunday at PEPS at Laval University.

Lakehead Thunderwolves Women's Volleyball 1-4 in Montreal

Lakehead University Sports Lakehead Thunderwolves Women’s Volleyball 1-4 in Montreal.

TOP 10 TUESDAY: Carabins back in front ahead of women’s volleyball ...

The Montreal Carabins are the new No.1 women’s volleyball team in the nation as all eyes turn towards the playoffs.

Montreal's Bélanger headlines U SPORTS women's volleyball major ...

Montreal outside hitter Marie-Alex Bélanger was honoured with the Mary Lyons Award as U SPORTS women’s volleyball Player of the ...

FIVB - 2008 Women's Volleyball Olympic Games

Women's Tournament. ... Beach Volleyball. ... As a Brazilian National Team player, Ze Roberto won the gold medal in the South American Championship twice and finished seventh in the Montreal Games of 1976.

South Korea women's national volleyball team — Wikipedia Republished ...

The South Korea women's national volleyball team (Korean : 대한민국 여자 배구 국가대표팀) represents South Korea in international volleyball competitions and friendly matches.

South Korea women's national volleyball team - Wikipedia

South Korea Association Korea Volleyball Association Confederation AVC Head coach Stefano Lavarini FIVB ranking 14 (as of 12 June 2021) Uniforms.

Canada women's national volleyball team - Wikipedia

Summer Olympics Appearances 3 (First in 1976) Best result 8th place (1976, 1984) World Championship Appearances 8 (First in 1974) Best result 11th place (1974, 1982) www.volleyball.ca.