Stress management in the spotlight in latest School Project webinar

The Secretary of the European Medical Commission (EMC), Dr Zoran Nikolovski, who currently works at the University of Split, delivered a very engaging session on Thursday afternoon to complete the second series of webinars organised and run by the CEV Technical and Development Department. With 15 years of Volleyball coaching and research in the fieldContinue reading “Stress management in the spotlight in latest School Project webinar”

2021 schedule builds anticipation for VNL return

From Canada’s Calgary in the north and west to Japan’s Kyoto in the east and Argentina’s San Juan in the south, cities across the globe are getting ready to host the 2021 FIVB Volleyball Nations League as the competition returns to inspire Volleyball fans the world over. The 2021 VNL is set to start onContinue reading “2021 schedule builds anticipation for VNL return”

Volleyball Ireland launches Youth Beach Tour

Volleyball Ireland yesterday (July 29) introduced its first National Beach Tour, specifically designed for junior players. The innovative programme will see players aged 14 to 18 battle it out in events located on the West (Fanore, Co Clare) and East (Bettystown, Co Meath) of Ireland. The 3vs3 format will see Tour ranking points allocated forContinue reading “Volleyball Ireland launches Youth Beach Tour”

Pop up and play – Scottish Volleyball announce support fund for clubs

We have all been through unprecedented and tough times recently, and through it all, the top priority for Scottish Volleyball has always been the well-being and safety of each of their members and the wider volleyball and sports community. As per Scottish Government guidelines and timeline, Scotland are currently going through Phase 3 of theContinue reading “Pop up and play – Scottish Volleyball announce support fund for clubs”

Northern Ireland Volleyball adjusts to COVID-19 as activities resume

Back in March, the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic halted the whole world, including the Volleyball community. Matches stopped, training ceased, and players had to give up the sport they love to help stop the spread of the novel virus, but it was brilliant to see how everyone adjusted to the changing times. In NorthernContinue reading “Northern Ireland Volleyball adjusts to COVID-19 as activities resume”

Scottish Volleyball celebrates delivery of extensive, inspiring online content

March 23, 2020 is the official date when the UK government announced the beginning of the lockdown to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Scottish Volleyball staff members had already begun working and started envisioning and planning what Volleyball was going to look like during and after the pandemic. As any other sport andContinue reading “Scottish Volleyball celebrates delivery of extensive, inspiring online content”

CEV staff members help raise funds for Red Cross during coronavirus crisis

The Volleyball family stands out for its strong sense of solidarity and this feature has come to the fore during the toughest days and weeks of the coronavirus crisis and the resulting lockdown. A number of members of the staff working at the CEV headquarters in Luxembourg joined forces back in April to raise fundsContinue reading “CEV staff members help raise funds for Red Cross during coronavirus crisis”

Unscripted with… Marketa Slukova and Adrian Carambula

While national authorities are lifting the measures introduced to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus and sport is slowly resuming in a number of countries, we have caught up with a couple of charismatic Beach Volleyball players, Czech star Marketa Slukova and Mr Skyball Adrian Carambula. Under ordinary circumstances, they would now be touringContinue reading “Unscripted with… Marketa Slukova and Adrian Carambula”

Volleyball Ireland hail progress and increased participation in their activities

Volleyball Ireland have published their first quarterly report of 2020, which shows a significant increase in registered junior players compared to the same period of last year. As many as 227 under 18s have active player licenses compared with the end of March 2019, which is mainly due to the fantastic development work carried outContinue reading “Volleyball Ireland hail progress and increased participation in their activities”